The She-P allows women to use a pee valve in their drysuits, which allows you to urinate while diving. It is from super soft silicone. It consists of a reservoir and tube that has flexible wings, designed to be temporarily glued to the skin. This creates a seal that does not leak and is comfortable to wear and use.
Much more information is avaible on the She-pee site: www.she-p.com
Before the dive
- Apply the adhesive (Urobond V or Hollister spray) on the whole contact area.
- Put it on (shave before use!) and hold approx. 30 seconds. Be sure that the back is secured or taped very well.
- Use some tape (if you want) or fix it with your underwear (two G-strings work fine).
- Connect the p-valve with the She-P connection and open the valve on the outside of your drysuit before use.
- Pee before the dive (in the water or on land) to be sure it is well placed and your P-valve is working fine.
- To be absolutely safe for the first dives: place a small diaper or super-absorbent sanitary towel.
After the dive
- Use some tape or plug (if you don’t use a quick disconnector) to close it. Now you will not spill and wet your underwear while you change clothes.
- The outside part of the She-P contact area is fragile and can tear be careful when you remove it.
- Remove the adhesive from your skin and She-P: Use the removal pads. Baby oil for your skin is very nice. Be sure you remove the oil before applying your She-P for next dive.
- Be sure everything is disinfected before the next use. Rinse very well to avoid irritation.
- The P-valve in your drysuit must also be flushed with lots of clean water or vinegar.
£80.52 (Non UK orders ex.VAT)