The She-P has made my diving days so much better! I can drink plenty and have no worries! I’m not in a mad dash for the bathroom when I surface, and I never have to worry about diapers. Of course, nothing beats the look on the face of new dive buddies when they see me bend over to “plumb up”, just like one of the guys 😉
“What? I told you not to swim behind me!”
I’m definitely a happy she-p user, so thank you for inventing them
and it was nice to meet you (briefly) in France last year.
“The she-p is the perfect solution for long distance flights up to ten hours with my paraglider. Now I can drink as much I like and not thinking about diapers as limiting factor. For multi-day bivouac flight adventures I can reuse the she-p daily. More freedom and less waste in the environment.”
Gliders are like giant greenhouses in the bright sun – we need a lot of hydration, so having relief options is a must for long flights. Most modern gliders have the relief outlet inside the cockpit that vents outside, so it is just a matter of putting She-P on and adding a hose to connect to the built in glider relief system. Worked like a charm on my flight!
Honestly: The She-p is Gods gift to the diving women. It allows you to do longer dives and is very comfortable to wear, all day. On long boat rides or on long dives. It’s one of the best dive products I have bought, since it takes away a lot of stress, with having to think and plan for where, when and how to pee. Not to drink too much and having to use nasty diapers. It makes my diving so much relaxed and easier.
I’m so happy with it and I recommend it to all female divers.
This post is for all of the female racers out there that are jealous of the guy’s catheter system and have been looking for an option besides dehydration, diapers, or the disgusting option of just sitting in your own pee the entire race! The SheP is by far the best option to choose when you’ve “got to go” during a race! I have been wearing one every race including the 2016 Baja 1000 that I ironwomanned. It enabled me to stay in the race car for 23 hours; it worked so well and never leaked.
After a while you don’t even notice that you are wearing your “she-p”, neither underwater nor out of the water -You can normally drive your car, load and unload you dive gear and … pee underwater – hip hip hurrrrray!!!!! : )
I spend a lot of hours underwater and a lot of hours taking photos. The freedom to be creative with my underwater photography only comes with the freedom to pee when I need to. I love my She-P!
Yesterdays She-P training field: A cave in the Swiss Mountains. There is a small lake on top of the waterfall and behind that is the cave entrance.
In order to get all our cave gear down there, back up again und complete the surface intervall, we climbed down and up again eight !! times in total. The “path” can be seen on the close up picture, its on the right side, starting to go up on the upper side of the waterfall. LOL, there is no path, you have to rope up and down 😉.
Even though I didn’t have any leakage for months, I was curious to see if the She-P would stand up to these conditions: 15 hours in my She-P including four hours of car ride, a lot of climbing and heavy lifting,roping down over rocks, two dives. Well… it did! I’m so happy and thrilled.
Thank you Heleen and Laura for all your patience, time and effort in developing and improving the She-P. It’s so simple, but it changes everything!
She-P is a great invention! I do not only use it for longer dives, it is also very nice when doing more than one dive a day. So I don’t have to take off my drysuit between the dives 🙂
I’m extremely happy with it. It took my dives to another level. I’m finally free of those terrible geriatric diapers.