Oct 05, 2012 · My current dry suit does not have one and I have been surviving. I have about 30 dives on it. There have been a few times I wish I would have had a valve. Nothing real bad, but being able to go would have been nice. I am picking up a newer suit this evening and it has a pee valve. I too have some apprehension about it. The “tip” of the condom is left open so it can be mated with the “tube” of the P-valve. When you pee, everything (hopefully) travels straight into the tube, and out of your dry suit. OK, it’s not as bad as the typical catheter that you think of. Just roll the condom on, hook up the tube, and pee freely.
Mar 21, 2018 · A common dive saying states that there are two types of divers: those who pee in their wetsuits and those who lie about peeing in their wetsuits. But you can add two more types of diver to that list: those who pee in their drysuit — hygienically via a p-valve — and those who hold it at all costs. What is a drysuit p-valve and how does it work? Jan 14, 2013 · By Steve Lewis OK, hands-up all of you who have taken a pass on that extra glass of water because you’re about to zip yourself into a drysuit and go diving? Better yet, how many of you have been wrapped in the comfort of your drysuit hanging on a safety-stop at the end of a [ ].
Those who pee in their ---t suit and those who lie about it. (yes, wet is a four letter word). Diving dry adds two more types, those who don’t pee in there suit and those who should lie about about it! The p-valve defuncts the old adage make honest divers out of all. The p-valve is usually installed on the inner thigh. Jan 28, 2016 · Dive Right In Scuba giving a quick rundown on installing a P-valve into your drysuit. There are always multiple ways to install these, and even different materials. Please call our experts if you.