They're Back--The All Rubber Dry Suits Popular in the 50's are Available for Collectors and Users Alike

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Customworks Limited Co. produces an expanding line of dry suit seals and all rubber vintage style suits. Robotics, craftsmanship, and a proprietary process have been key to the companies success. Low cost prototyping of dipped natural rubber goods is a growing market for the company.

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After being online a full seven years selling hand crafted replicas of vintage style dry suits, Customworks Limited Co. has geared up for full time production of all natural seamless rubber dry suits. Most all modern dry suits have a fabric lining that will collect odors and begin to mold if not dealt with properly and in a timely manner. Customworks's all rubber suits have a smooth tack free rubber surface, inside and out. They are easy to get on. These suits dry fast inside and out and are easy to repair. Divers and collectors worldwide are showing an ever growing interest in the simple style of these vintage type dry suits.

Mr. William Sewell is the driving force that has brought these vintage type suits back into the market place. In his own words: "We use modern robotics, old world craftsmanship, and a proprietary process to give new life to an old product." The waist entry suit that is the companies pilot product is just the tip of the iceberg. The ground work has already been done for providing every diver / dry suit user with a molded customized fit one would only expect from a hand cut suit. They are a very unique suit, they appeals to the customers desire for nostalgia and a sense of adventure. The basic designs are firmly rooted in history while using modern manufacturing to bring them back.

Customworks Limited Co.'s web page http://www.replicadrysuit.com lists all the latest product developments available related to diving, however other small companies and entrepreneurs are finding that Customwork's highly specialized production system is geared to very low cost prototyping work. One offs and short runs can be done at prices below the industry average.

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