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I can't help but see vintage diving suits and think "Big Daddy." Still cool: Carmagnolle Diving Suit, 1882

French armored diving suit - just the thing for an alien to wear in outer space.

19th century French deep sea diving suit. It weighs 800 pounds, and has ball joints like modern deep sea suits. Circa 1882, designed by Alphonse and Théodore Carmagnolle, on display at the National Marine Museum in Paris.

ADS by Carmagnolle brothers, Musée national de la Marine, Paris - 002

Duikerspak scheepvaartmuseum

Duikerspak scheepvaartmuseum

Steampunk Gas Mask Bust Statue

Gas mask (Uh, this scares me a lot!) ((I love it, tho)

Picture

Picture

A very scarce and sculptural Bug/Insect Eye diving mask with yellow glass lenses and brass mouthpiece. 1941. Adopted as a prototype for navy quite briefly.

“ A very rare and sculptural Bug/Insect Eye diving mask with yellow glass lenses and brass mouthpiece. Adopted as a prototype for navy quite briefly. Reminds me very much of Kroenen.

French Steampunk — Armored Diving Suit (1878) by Alphonse and Theodore Carmagnolle

French Steampunk — Armored Diving Suit by Alphonse and Theodore Carmagnolle

The Carmagnolle brothers' atmospheric diving suit from 1882 with rolling convolute joints.

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Armored diving suit from 1878. Returning to the surface was obviously only a remote secondary consideration!

Century Deep-Sea Diving Suit ~ diving in those suits was very dangerous work

Steampunk

Steampunk

Scary scary scary

Steampunk Leather Masks by Bob Bassett

History of Diving Suits 11

History of Diving Suits 11

Diving Suit from 1882

Atmospheric Diving Suit from 1882

Scaphandre Carmagnolle MnM Paris - Atmospheric diving suit - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

diving helmet

Vintage diving helmet and suit

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Carmagnolle Diving Suit back

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