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The [[Travel suit]] (or ''TeeSuit'') is a garment especially designed for [[Dolphin]]s. This garment is a combination [[Gravity Control Technology|gravitic]] vehicle and [[hostile environment suit]], which contains a super-humid atmosphere for the health and comfort of its wearer. Versions of the TeeSuit are constructed for most other water living [[sophont]]s.
 
The [[Travel suit]] (or ''TeeSuit'') is a garment especially designed for [[Dolphin]]s. This garment is a combination [[Gravity Control Technology|gravitic]] vehicle and [[hostile environment suit]], which contains a super-humid atmosphere for the health and comfort of its wearer. Versions of the TeeSuit are constructed for most other water living [[sophont]]s.
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Early versions are available at {{TL|12}}, cost Cr125,000, weigh 12 kg (with the grav modules turned off), and provide fairly comfortable support for up to 12 hours. By {{TL|15}}, the cost has increased to Cr150,000 but the suit only weighs 7 kg, and provides very comfortable accommodations for up to 48 hours.
 
Early versions are available at {{TL|12}}, cost Cr125,000, weigh 12 kg (with the grav modules turned off), and provide fairly comfortable support for up to 12 hours. By {{TL|15}}, the cost has increased to Cr150,000 but the suit only weighs 7 kg, and provides very comfortable accommodations for up to 48 hours.
  

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