Would you like to prevent marine animals from sensing you under water?

The answer is here: HECS featured its new “Stealthy” wet suits and skins at DEMA Show 2016.

A uniquely woven conductive carbon fiber integrated as a mesh in their the wetsuits forms a “Faraday cage” that reduces the diver’s electrical energy field, allowing him or her to get closer to marine animals without being detected.

This gives the diver a great advantage no only for spearfishing, but marine research and filming as well.

The suits are available in three thicknesses — 3mm (US$649/613 Euros), 5mm ($749/707 Euros) and “skin” ($449/424 Euros) — and come in different color schemes: Multicamo, black, bluewater and also a “crocodile” print.

Forrest Galante demonstrates the effectiveness of HECS’s stealth technology with a tri-field meter.

All of the suits come with booties and gloves included.

For more info, check out the HECS website at hecsaquatic.com.

— By Vaclav Havlik