When it comes to expertise in drysuit technology few can rival the years of knowledge from Hammond, who will once more be on hand to discuss your scuba diving drysuit requirements at the Dive Show, NEC, Birmingham 22 to 23 October 2016.
Hammond understand the importance of the requirement to stay dry in a water rescue situation in order for the rescuer to maintain focus and attention. They are preparing to showcase their range of drysuits, chest waders and cast covers on stand C86 at the upcoming Emergency Services Show Birmingham, 21 to 22 September 2016.
Lauren Crosgrove, born prematurely with only a 30% chance of survival has perhaps not had the easiest start to life. Lauren developed short gut syndrome at an early age, which means she is fed through a line, which until recently prevented her from taking swimming lessons and playing in the sea as any other young girl would do.
At Hammond our business is keeping you warm and dry when messing about in or near the water. It might be when you are sailing, scubadiving, kayaking, SUPing or fishing. You might need one of our drysuits for work or when out volunteering as part of the Fire & Rescue Services, the Environment Agency or as part of a flood rescue situation. Maybe you have broken your arm and about to head off on holiday well we can make a cast cover so you can still go in the water. At Hammond our drysuits we will keep you dry.
On Friday 8th January the London Boat Show will be opening its doors once again where visitors will be hunting out a bargain, looking to purchase new clothing, equipment and perhaps even a boat for the 2016 season.
There is nothing quite like the smile of a child when they are at their happiest. For children who are into sailing, this usually comes about for a number of factors. One if they are competitive and winning the race, or secondly if they are simply content being warm, comfortable and dry whilst they are on the water. During winter months the former may be influenced by the latter. At Hammond we cannot guarantee success on the water, however we have worked hard for over 35 years to make sure our drysuits and the associated equipment we sell will keep the wearer warm throughout the year.