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Re: Weezle Drysuit Undergarments for Northwest Diving

Posted: Thu Nov 24, 2016 7:35 am
by John Rawlings
The link on how to measure on the new website is hosed up....they are working on repairing it. In the meantime, I sent you my e-mail address in a PM, Gdog. Please send me an e-mail and I will send you the Weezle sizing chart and directions.

Re: Weezle Drysuit Undergarments for Northwest Diving

Posted: Wed Nov 23, 2016 6:42 am
by John Rawlings
Hi! I just returned last night from deer hunting over in Idaho and didn't see this until this morning! I sent you a PM, gdog!

Re: Weezle Drysuit Undergarments for Northwest Diving

Posted: Wed Nov 23, 2016 6:29 am
by ScubaJess
Gdog wrote:Anyone know how to get ahold of John?

Yes! I'll text you his info :)

Re: Weezle Drysuit Undergarments for Northwest Diving

Posted: Tue Nov 22, 2016 11:10 pm
by Gdog
Anyone know how to get ahold of John?

Re: Weezle Drysuit Undergarments for Northwest Diving

Posted: Tue Nov 22, 2016 10:03 pm
by Scubie Doo
ScubaJess wrote:
Gdog wrote:John, tried to use your link to measure myself to an extreme plus, but the link is dead

I'm so Happy that you are getting a Weezle Extreme Plus!!!! I love mine!!! :joshsmith: :partydance: :eric: :taco: :luv:


Amen Jess!


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Re: Weezle Drysuit Undergarments for Northwest Diving

Posted: Mon Nov 21, 2016 9:14 am
by ScubaJess
Gdog wrote:John, tried to use your link to measure myself to an extreme plus, but the link is dead

I'm so Happy that you are getting a Weezle Extreme Plus!!!! I love mine!!! :joshsmith: :partydance: :eric: :taco: :luv:

Re: Weezle Drysuit Undergarments for Northwest Diving

Posted: Sat Nov 19, 2016 1:20 pm
by Gdog
John, tried to use your link to measure myself to an extreme plus, but the link is dead

Re: Weezle Drysuit Undergarments for Northwest Diving

Posted: Thu Oct 29, 2015 7:28 am
by John Rawlings
Just a note - Christmas is just around the corner! If you want to give or GET a Weezle this year, remember that the closer we get to December 25th the bigger the back-up runs at US Customs for shipments coming in from the UK! I currently receive Weezle shipments within 2 weeks, so let me know if you wish to place an order! :)

Re: Weezle Drysuit Undergarments for Northwest Diving

Posted: Thu Apr 30, 2015 2:05 pm
by John Rawlings
Notice: I have updated the first post to reflect the new pricing.

Re: Weezle Drysuit Undergarments for Northwest Diving

Posted: Sun Apr 19, 2015 7:26 am
by John Rawlings
Scubie Doo wrote:I just bought an Extreme + and this is, by far, the warmest undergarment I have ever used. I have dove with several undergarments (including 4th Element Arctic, DUI, USIA, Weezle Extreme) and I have never been more comfortable than I have with the Weezle Extreme +. All I wear underneath is a wool base layer. Also, I did not have to add any weight with the change to Extreme + and my suit vents perfectly fine. Those are (2) myths about the Extreme +. Thanks for making my dives way more comfortable Mr. Rawlings!


Thanks for the kind plug! Every now and then I come across someone that *heard* Weezles have a venting problem. When I ask them it is always the old story of how they heard from *someone* who *knew a guy* that had heard a story about *someone else* that had a problem years ago.... People that actually dive with Weezles just shake their heads.

Re: Weezle Drysuit Undergarments for Northwest Diving

Posted: Sat Apr 18, 2015 11:50 am
by ScubaJess
I agree with Scubie Do! I vented perfectly and didn't need extra weight and stayed super warm & dry! I can't wait till mine gets here! :-)

Re: Weezle Drysuit Undergarments for Northwest Diving

Posted: Sat Apr 18, 2015 11:41 am
by Scubie Doo
I just bought an Extreme + and this is, by far, the warmest undergarment I have ever used. I have dove with several undergarments (including 4th Element Arctic, DUI, USIA, Weezle Extreme) and I have never been more comfortable than I have with the Weezle Extreme +. All I wear underneath is a wool base layer. Also, I did not have to add any weight with the change to Extreme + and my suit vents perfectly fine. Those are (2) myths about the Extreme +. Thanks for making my dives way more comfortable Mr. Rawlings!

Re: Weezle Drysuit Undergarments for Northwest Diving

Posted: Thu Apr 02, 2015 7:39 am
by John Rawlings
*ANNOUNCEMENT FOR ANYONE CONSIDERING BUYING A WEEZLE UNDERSUIT*

I just received an e-mail from Weezle announcing that their prices are going up. I'll have to change my prices when theirs go up. Any orders that they receive before the last day of April will be at current prices, after that date they will be higher.

Just something to keep in mind....

Re: Weezle Drysuit Undergarments for Northwest Diving

Posted: Wed Apr 01, 2015 4:35 pm
by bradmond
Jan K wrote:I got to bump Weezle Drysuit Undergarments post.
I got wet today, and as you know, we got some cold spell upon us.
I stayed warm in spite of leaky drysuit, and believe me, my old bones don't tolerate cold !
Thank you John ...


Jan, Are you diving the extreme or extreme plus? Considering one of these and not sure which one. Seems like a plus under a shell suit would be a good choice.

Brad

Re: Weezle Drysuit Undergarments for Northwest Diving

Posted: Wed Apr 01, 2015 2:10 pm
by ScubaJess
Thanks John! Another super nice guy named John is letting me borrow his wifes. I'm sure I will fall in love with it, so then I can order one from you when I get back. Thanks for your help! :)

Re: Weezle Drysuit Undergarments for Northwest Diving

Posted: Wed Apr 01, 2015 7:33 am
by John Rawlings
Nope....afraid not. You sure could use it up there with all the diving you're going to do!

Lately, I've been getting the Weezles about 1 to 1 and 1/2 weeks after I order them from the UK. The order I just received yesterday arrived in LESS than a week, but that's unusual.

Re: Weezle Drysuit Undergarments for Northwest Diving

Posted: Tue Mar 31, 2015 1:37 pm
by ScubaJess
Hello John,

Do you happen to have any Womens Small Weezle Extreme Plus hannging around?

I'm going to Gods Pocket next week :partydance: , so it's way too short notice to order one in. :eek:

Re: Weezle Drysuit Undergarments for Northwest Diving

Posted: Thu Dec 04, 2014 7:18 am
by John Rawlings
Thanks for the endorsement, Jan! :rawlings:

Re: Weezle Drysuit Undergarments for Northwest Diving

Posted: Wed Dec 03, 2014 9:52 pm
by Jan K
I got to bump Weezle Drysuit Undergarments post.
I got wet today, and as you know, we got some cold spell upon us.
I stayed warm in spite of leaky drysuit, and believe me, my old bones don't tolerate cold !
Thank you John ...

Re: Weezle Drysuit Undergarments for Northwest Diving

Posted: Sat Nov 29, 2014 7:01 am
by John Rawlings
John Rawlings wrote:Christmas is coming up (Egad!), so I figured that I'd better encourage some advanced planning out there for anyone wanting to give or receive a Weezle! The last couple weeks of December are hectic with US Customs since so many millions of products are streaming through into the United States, so it can sometimes take a wee bit longer for Weezles to arrive here after you order. Please plan ahead so that your Weezle will be safely wrapped and under the tree on Christmas morning! ;)

I never ask for payment until your Weezle arrives here from the UK and I either personally place it in your hands or ship it to you by Priority Mail.

For information on Weezle products, as well as measuring and ordering, please refer to the very first post in this thread.


Continuing with the Christmas and Holiday ordering heads-up. My last order took 8 days to get here from the UK, and as the overall amount of goods coming through US Customs increases this will probably slow down. If you are thinking of giving or getting a Weezle, please plan ahead so that it arrives in time. :taco:

Re: Weezle Drysuit Undergarments for Northwest Diving

Posted: Wed Nov 05, 2014 6:23 am
by John Rawlings
KneeDeep wrote:John,
I'm planning on getting one (extreme plus), but I just not sure on my size.

I might be a Med Long or a Large, but will have to measure again tonight as I forgot. Anyone have one of those sizes that I can try on?


Cool....just let me know when you're ready to go on it!

Is there anyone out there With a Weezle in his size that can help him out? If not, always remember that since Weezles do not stretch it's far better to have one slightly too large than one that is slightly too small.

There are a lot of Weezle divers living on the Eastside - hopefully there is one in your size willing to let you try theirs on!

Re: Weezle Drysuit Undergarments for Northwest Diving

Posted: Tue Nov 04, 2014 11:52 am
by KneeDeep
John,
I'm planning on getting one (extreme plus), but I just not sure on my size.

I might be a Med Long or a Large, but will have to measure again tonight as I forgot. Anyone have one of those sizes that I can try on?

Re: Weezle Drysuit Undergarments for Northwest Diving

Posted: Tue Nov 04, 2014 6:26 am
by John Rawlings
Christmas is coming up (Egad!), so I figured that I'd better encourage some advanced planning out there for anyone wanting to give or receive a Weezle! The last couple weeks of December are hectic with US Customs since so many millions of products are streaming through into the United States, so it can sometimes take a wee bit longer for Weezles to arrive here after you order. Please plan ahead so that your Weezle will be safely wrapped and under the tree on Christmas morning! ;)

I never ask for payment until your Weezle arrives here from the UK and I either personally place it in your hands or ship it to you by Priority Mail.

For information on Weezle products, as well as measuring and ordering, please refer to the very first post in this thread.

Re: Weezle Drysuit Undergarments for Northwest Diving

Posted: Thu Jul 10, 2014 3:34 pm
by Dashrynn
Just a quick post. I dove with the cove 2 wednesday guys after receiving my weezle extreme. Had to do a weight check and all of that since this was my first dive in about 2-3 years.

Had some complications, my suit pretty much flooded. Thankfully I stayed warm, the entire time I was pretty much compressed with very little extra air. When finally feeling the full extent of my suit filling up (and being soaked from head to toe) I added a bit of air to warm up (not much). The dive was cut short due to a leaky inflator so my entire dive was only 34ish minutes not counting water bobbing time. At the end my hands were only a little bit cold. When I took off my suit, about a gallon of water poured out. some sleeves, most legs. Still warm, and weezle extreme soaked.

I think this pretty much sold me on weezles, and if you know me, I'm not easily pleased. Plus 1 gazillion for weezles.

Re: Weezle Drysuit Undergarments for Northwest Diving

Posted: Mon May 19, 2014 7:02 am
by John Rawlings
I have been PM'd recently by a couple of folks wondering if I will still continue to sell Weezles despite my forced retirement from diving. The answer to that is YES. The business will continue, and anyone wanting to buy a Weezle need only send me an e-mail or PM to get the ball rolling....