International Delivery Times
|Monday – Friday||3 – 5 Working Days|
UK Mainland Delivery Times
|Monday – Friday before 2pm||Next Working Day|
|Monday – Friday after 2pm||2 Working Days|
|Saturday & Sunday||2 Working Days|
UK Extended Areas Delivery Times
|Monday – Sunday||3 – 5 Working Days|
Please note delivery times may be extended during busy periods.
Please note that due to changes by HMRC, orders being shipped to EU countries will not be shipped on the same day as they are invoiced. EU Orders will now be shipped on the next working day. This only applies to E.U. orders. Domestic and Worldwide shipments remain the same.
When you go to the online checkout, you can opt to collect your items in store. We'll let you know when your order is ready for you to collect. Your order will normally be ready to collect the next working day.
You can return any item within 28 days of receipt for a refund, provided the item is unused, in its original packaging and in 'as new' condition.
Items will be refunded in full (less postage) if received within 28 days from the date of despatch.
THIS RETURNS POLICY DOES NOT AFFECT YOUR STATUTORY RIGHTS. DETAILS OF WHICH ARE AVAILABLE FROM THE CITIZENS ADVICE BUREAU OR CONSUMER DIRECT.
We aim to deal with all returns and exchanges on the day they arrive, however please allow longer during peak periods.
You can return the item(s) by dropping them off in store or by returning the item(s) by post. We do not insist on a specific courier service for the return, so please use the most economical or appropriate method for returning the item(s).
Northern Diver (Int) Ltd
Appley Lane North
If an item becomes faulty after a period of time then please contact customer services (01257 254 444 or firstname.lastname@example.org) prior to returning the item. We will either repair or replace the item at our discretion.
4.8 out of 5 Stars (10 reviews)
By Neil on 14 Jan. 2014
My buddy and I deliberated over various brands, latex seals or not, custom made or not and the ND range seemed to tick all the boxes especially considering the price. Like all drysuits, its going to be down to fitment 1st and foremost and their off the peg size range is extensive. I also tried a Divemaster XLT (more size variations in the Dive Master) but decided the XL voyager was a far better fit. Being a new drysuit user, making sure thermal undergarments are folded in and down around the neck was key to ensuring my neck seal remained leak free. We have done 4 dives so far, 3 x 25m ish average length recreational dives in temps of 6-8 degrees with thermal top, fleece & thermal leggins and trousers and it was very comfortable, warm with plenty of movement whilst still being a good fit. (I'm 6'1 'athletic' build with quite broad shoulders so often find it hard getting something that isn't too large on the waist and chest)..! Highly recommend the ND Voyager drysuit.
A Realy Good Drysuit for the Money
By Andy Pittam on 05 Oct. 2013
Have had one of these drysuits for a while now and it has proved its worth at 4 degrees. Warm and very flexible.
Great Value Drysuit
By Conor Mc on 01 Jul. 2015
Had over 100 dives now in this drysuit and have been warm and dry on all them. E-Mailed Northern Diver about some changes I wanted and was looked after superbly. E-Mailed on Monday, met their Rep on Thursday, had my drysuit back the following Thursday..!
Best Value Drysuit
By Sam Graham on 06 Jul. 2015
2 years ago when I finished my commercial diving course at the Underwater Centre (Fort William) I started to look for my own drysuit. During my course I had used a Northern Diver Divemaster drysuit. Even though it was a 'School' drysuit it still performed perfectly and allowed me to complete my course warm, dry and comfortable (under extreme conditions). This was the main reason I chose Northern diver for my own drysuit but after the cost of my course I was low on money and went for their entry level 'Voyager' neoprene drysuit. My plan was to use it to get started then when I had worn it out I would have more money and could afford one of their commercial spec drysuits. However, 2 years later the voyager drysuit is still going strong. Even though the suit is advertised as a recreational diving drysuit it has performed brilliantly over two years of hard civil diving and has even been offshore in the North Sea. It is also quite famous as it was the only red/black suit seen in my environment.. I brought the suit to Northern Diver this week for replacement drysuit boots as they had seen better days. Northern diver still let me take advantage of their free drysuit service offer and also pressure tested my drysuit for free, they only found one small leak (I hadn't even noticed) after 2 years of hard use. They also replaced the boots at a very reasonable price. Finally I was so impressed with the Voyager drysuit and the after sales service that I decided while i was there to try on one of the military style drysuits (that was on a clearance rail). It had been altered and therefore couldn't go back to stock but it fitted me perfectly. So finally after 2 years the Voyager will get a well deserved rest but it is still ready to go if I need it. Thanks Northern Diver for superb drysuits and even better service.
By Anonymous Customer on 14 Jul. 2011
I bought this a couple of years ago and absolutely love it. It fits well and I've always been warm and dry all year round in British waters and it's still pristine after over 50 dives. My only criticism is that the boots are rather spacious on me - I need the length of the boot but not the width (but I think that's just me). A friend bought this suit too, as she liked mine and she doesn't feel the same about the boots. I'd highly recommend it.
By Dave Byrne on 04 Mar. 2012
I bought my Voyager Drysuit just over 12 months ago and has been used about 20 times. The neoprene is flexible and easy to move about in, the wrist seals are great and the neoprene neck seal is comfortable. In all, a great suit.
ND Drysuit of Choice
By Tim F on 14 Nov. 2012
With over 500 dives in and around the UK (cold,dark and sometimes nasty dives). Tried many suits, finally Northern Diver was my drysuit of choice. Then they came out with a compressed neoprene drysuit. ND never let me down, kept me warm and dry. Now living in the US and wish I could find a local agent so I could get another drysuit.
If I can dive in one ... Anyone can..!
By Michele on 06 Jan. 2013
As a first drysuit, it's proved an excellent choice. It was recommended by the ever helpful staff at Northern Diver and is the most comfortable one I've ever dived in. It's not leaked (like so many tend to around the neck) and has been in use year-round. An excellent choice for your money (even better value when you get your other half to buy it for you too!)
Comfortable and great value
By Emma on 12 May. 2014
This is my first drysuit, bought (after a personal recommendation) at the diveshow last year. My main concern was warmth and comfort and have been most satisfied on both counts. My first outing was at "The Rez" and found that I didn't think about the suit once during the dive, surely a testament to it's effortless use and comfort. The second was my first 'cold' dive at Capernwray in 4 degree water, again this was surprisingly warm and comfortable. My favourite thing about the suit is the supersoft neck seal. The only downside was the struggle to get the boots on over my super thick socks however, after changing to normal socks the boots went on ok and my feet were warm enough without my 'heat-holders'. It is also worth mentioning that I had the boots changed to the correct size and a cuff dump fitted and the work was excellently carried out.
Honest and functional drysuit
By Anonymous Customer on 25 May. 2013
After reading several diving forums any one would feel uncomfortable on buying a ND dry suit and I would probably feel the same If I didn't have the experience of hard working with a CNX200 before... That was a great suit, It fitted like a glove, was comfortable and in the >350 dives I've made with it I've never had any problems with it. The project I was working in finished and my beloved dry suit went away with it. Afterwards I tried several really stiff membrane suits, I even owned one, aiming to reduce possible floatability problems associated to neoprene compression. After a while I just tossed that away and came back to neoprene compressed ND suits. I got one voyager in a occasion market and finally I can move inside a dry suit again. It has been flawless, I have changed the dump valve because I prefer a smoother one, added a bellows pocket, and I'll change the boots for socks when the time comes. I've done more than 100 dives with it, I can not find any relevant floatability issues and I'm a technical diver. This suit is an honest, effective, comfortable and very functional dry suit, I recommend it.
Seams can be stitched and taped or welded or butted and glued, or a combination for a highly durable yet still flexible seam; finished with inner taping for comfort.
The Cuff Ring System has excellent resistance to acids, alkalis, abrasion, chemicals, cutting oils, petrol and gasoline.
Excellent option for those interested in replacing seals quickly and easily.
Attaches directly to the drysuit.
Custom tailoring options are available on stock size drysuits - perfect for people who wish to add other elements such as neck, wrists, pockets, reflective panels and much more. Drysuit repairs are available for all suits - visit the Custom Tailored and Suit Repairs page for more information.
Small diamond neoprene fabric has a soft hand feel with enhanced heavy 3D textural appearance.
Its abrasion resistance is higher than standard nylon fabrics making it very suitable for drysuits.
The thickness of the FO4 neoprene varies dependent on suit specifications. Standard nylon lining has a stretchable soft/ smooth texture.
Available in various colours and MTP.
Compatible with our dry glove ring system. Loss of movement or manual dexterity, due to cold hands, can be dangerous during a dive, as well as being uncomfortable for the diver. Maintaining hand warmth and a divers ability to efficiently operate their essential diving equipment, is vital to safe diving and maintaining a high level of dive comfort. Northern Diver is proud to manufacture and continue to innovate our revolutionary concept in dry diving glove systems.
If a stock drysuit is not for you why not build your own?
Using our Made To Measure system you could have a drysuit meant only for you, perfect for your personal requirements. You can add numerous elements to your drysuit. Choose fabrics, pockets, boots, zipper and seals that fit your unique specification. Complete your drysuit by personalising it with you name or company logo.
High quality low cost drysuits.
A 4-way stretch neoprene, super stretchy comfortable and versatile. Used on the neck and wrist seals of drysuits and wetsuits.
Our one-way Super-Vent valve removes trapped air from the inside of the hood, increasing comfort and ensuring a perfect fit throughout the duration of the dive.
Independent testing & certification of valves.
This suit is available in gents sizes. Look at the documents tab to view our size charts and measuring guide.
This suit is available in ladies sizes. Look at the documents tab to view our size charts and measuring guide.
Northern Diver offers trade accounts. Please click here to register your details and find out if you qualify. Once your trade account has been confirmed you can view all trade prices and shop easily online when logged into your account. Please note when you are not logged in to your trade account retail prices are shown. If you have any queries please do not hesitate to contact us. Tel: +44 (0) 1257 25 44 44.