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Fourth Element releases Argonaut 3.0 drysuit



Fourth Element‘s acclaimed trilaminate drysuit the Argonaut is entering its third phase, with the launch of the Argonaut 3.0.

Engineered to move with you, the new Argonaut 3.0 (SRP: £2,149) design allows perfect fit and freedom of movement when diving in trim.

Optimised for diving in horizontal trim, the unique leg design of Argonaut 3.0 – dubbed AFT, or Arcticulated For Trim, by Fourth Element – allows unrestricted freedom of movement across the knees and thighs for complete comfort during your dive.

The Argonaut 3.0 comes in new colourways

The redesigned telescopic torso fits more closely to the body for a more-streamlined silhouette, and the new warm neck collar allows hood skirts to be tucked away swiftly and securely.

With a composite dry zipper running from the right shoulder to the left hip, flexibility and fit are improved, as is gas management when dumping air from the left shoulder.

The 3.0 is fitted with the same easy-to-use Apollo bio-valve inflator and exhaust as on the Hydra drysuit.

The Argonaut 3.0 shot in Iceland

Argonaut 3.0 can be specified with glued-in latex or neoprene wrist seals, the Ellipse wrist system, Si-Tech, QCP Ultima, or the new intuitive PSI system.

Designed for Fourth Element’s award-winning BIOMAP measuring system, this is a truly bespoke drysuit, made for adventure.

It comes in new Stealth colourways – bright blue and deep blue – as well as the existing black and anthracite grey.

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Scuba Diver's Editorial Director Mark Evans has been in the diving industry for nearly 25 years, and has been diving since he was just 12 years old. nearly 40-odd years later and he is still addicted to the underwater world.
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