Basic figure - notice the old hairstyle as compared with the latest version
Deep-sea diving with Helmet Diving Suits usually consist of a waterproof one-piece suit made of canvas and rubber that entirely covers the wearer except for the head and hands. Heavy rubber bands seal the suit at the wrists, leaving the hands free. On the feet the diver wears leaded boots weighing about 40 lb (18 kg) and lead weights are fastened to the chest to maintain equilibrium. A metal helmet with side and front windows covers the head. A noncollapsible pipe connects the helmet to an air supply. An attached lifeline hauls the diver to the surface.
Too rapid an ascent from great depths causes the diver to suffer decompression sickness .
Included with this set is a moray eel and sunken treasure in the form of an 'antique' vase
Treasure chest and octopus. Octopuses are highly intelligent, probably the most intelligent invertebrates. For defense against predators, they hide, flee quickly, expel ink or use color-changing camouflage. Always have been fascinated with these cephalopods.
And here are Playmobil's Deep Sea Divers, side by side