Speardiver is an American brand based in Florida, offering a complete range of quality freediving and spearfishing equipment.
Speardiver was started by breath hold spearfishermen looking for the best gear to meet their requirements. Continuously experimenting with equipment over three decades of underwater hunting, and staying in step with the latest manufacturing technology, we ended up with what works best. Now our goal is to outfit every freediving spearo with no-frills high quality gear that's uncompromising in its suitability for the task, at a fair price.
Our product lineup was measured against the best freediving and spearfishing equipment currently available, and engineered to fill in the gaps left by other manufacturers. Most spearfishing equipment available on the market comes from Europe, where spearfishing conditions and environment are different to what we encounter in the USA. European engineering leans toward finery at the expense of usability. Speardiver gear changes the game combining aesthetics and attention to detail with rugged durability.
Before being offered to the public all Speardiver gear is tested by our local south Florida freedivers, and then by freedive spearfishermen across the continental US and the Caribbean. We are constantly seeking input from users about how we can improve and expand our product line. All freediving and spearfishing gear offered by Speardiver we use ourselves and recommend without hesitation.
Where to buy Speardiver products?
Complete range of Speardiver products is available from www.spearfishing.store
Our team members are experienced freedivers and underwater hunters who understand your needs.
Please feel free to contact us with any questions.
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What neoprene is used in Speardiver wetsuits?
- The neoprene is chosen for the optimal balance between stretchiness/comfort and resistance to permanent compression. It’s difficult to get this balance right and we don’t want our competitors copying us.
- There are misconceptions about neoprene in the dive community. For example Yamamoto 45 is purported to be the best and is priced accordingly. In reality it is very soft but compresses almost instantly leaving you with 1mm wetsuit instead of the 3mm you paid for. We believe the majority of divers are not in a position to form a correct opinion about a wetsuit based on the neoprene used.