Courtesy of our native company Mola Mola, I got for testing the most technologically advanced undersuit model that the company currently offers.
According to the manufacturer’s declaration, this model is dedicated to diving in waters from 4 degrees C. Where could there be a better test site than the caves located in the northern regions of Norway, on the border of the Arctic Circle? It was there that I decided to check the possibilities of the Thermoflexx + undersuit.
I am back from the Antarctic and I would like to say thank you very much for the fantastic underwear by MOLA MOLA that I have worn all the time during the expedition on land as well as on the dives. She kept me warm and was very comfortable to wear. I can just recommend her.
Thermoactive clothing from the “600 FT” series successfully replaced Czarek Abramowski’s undersuit during long and deep technical dives in Dahab in winter 2017.
“600 FT thick linen test from our domestic company Mola Mola.
More and more often we take our audience to Egypt, especially in winter, and the age-old question is always being asked: what to put under the suit? Thick undersuit that we use in the country? – too much, only thermoactive underwear? – a little bit, so what? Buy a thinner undersuit? Our Polish company Mola Mola offered me a test of its latest thick underwear with a mysterious sounding name: 600 FT
Thermoactive clothing “600 FT” once again successfully passed the tests in extreme conditions. After the Arctic, it’s time for Antarctica. Water with a temperature of 0 degrees Celsius did not cool the diving team. The opinion of the testers was unequivocal: clothing from the “600 FT” series passed the exam during dives in extremely cold waters.
In 2015. Polish team Nevado Tres Cruces 2015 MedExpedition set a Guinness record in diving in the highest lake on Earth (5915 meters above sea level) in the Chilean Andes. During the expedition, a group of divers, climbers and scientists also conducted a series of medical tests to investigate how the human body behaves when diving at high altitudes. During the dives, MOLA MOLA thermoactive clothing from the “cool thermoactive” series was tested in order to check the thermal comfort in extremely cold waters.
During the expedition on this expedition, the tests of “heating with polar boletus” were tested. Clothing to protect against winter winds and cold temperatures when searching for hours spent on the ribie in the Glacier Search Review.
In 2014, Ela Benducka – Polish record holder in women’s diving (190m) made several long dives in Florida caves. Clothing from the “cool thermoactive” series in the configuration with a thin trilaminate suit (without additional undersuit) provided Eli with thermal comfort.
During the trekking on the border of Venezuela and Brazil, the participants of the expedition used thermo-active underwear with silver ions from the “BIO LINE” series. Underwear has passed the test, ensuring comfort during multi-day marches in extreme conditions (moisture, high temperatures) .