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ScubaMax has been manufacturing high-quality, low-hassle scuba equipment for 20 years. Two decades of experience in innovation have made their gloves, masks, knives , speargun bags, and snorkels into valuable additions to any divers gear bag. ScubaMax has foundation of technical expertise and commitment to affordable prices that means you won't have to sacrifice quality for value.See more
When ScubaMax was founded in 1993, their goal was to provide both recreational and professional divers alike with the highest quality scuba diving equipment available --- at unusually affordable prices. ScubaMax has kept this promise. Each year they've introduced new products to their already comprehensive equipment line. ScubaMax engineers have been busy creating new products using advanced materials, with focus on performance, technology, durability and style.
No other scuba diving company offers so many truly outstanding models, at such value in every category. ScubaMax gloves come in different thicknesses and sizes, for multiple climates and diverse divers. Many models even have palms made out of patented Supratex, a kevlar-life material that increases both protection and grip. ScubaMax also has regulator and hose accessories, like spare o-ring kits and octo holders. ScubaMax knives and safety shears are made of high-quality stainless steel and even 100% corrosion resistant titanium. There are models with serrated blades, smooth blades, folding or fixed. Their snorkels come in regular and semi-dry models, the kind that are specifically designed to guard against water entering the breathing tube.
The most important part - it's all easily affordable on any budget.See less
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Scubamax Scuba Gear Reviews
|Scubamax Free Diving Mask Long Blade Fin and Snorkel Backpack Bag Reviews
Reviewer:Michael C.on2/10/2014The Better Fin Bag - We took one each of the Scubamax and the Mares Attack Freediving Fin Backpacks with us on a 6,000 mile trip. Both held up very well and survived boats, porters, and overhead carry-on racks with no damage to our gear. The differences: - The Mares bag is a little shorter and it was a tight fit to get in the Beauchat Mundials. - That second pouch on the front of the Scubamax bag seemed to get in the way a lot, and made stacking in the overhead bins more challenging. - Most importantly, the two back strap system on the Scubamax bag was WAY more comfortable than the single strap on the Mares bag. Not significant in just slinging the bag in and out of the boat, but trying to move... View Full Review
|Scubamax Reel Reviews
Reviewer:Michael Eweron6/21/2008Okay for the money - Used this reel on a recent weeks wreck diving trip to send up my DSMB. It is quite compact but cheaply made. The line is quite thin and showed signs of wear at the end of the week. I had to trim the base of the reels winder knob as it did not rotate freely when its securing bolt was tightened and consequently when you wound the reel the knob securing bolt unscrewed itself. All that said the reel survived the week ( 9 dives) and never let me down. In hindsight I would buy the reel with the longer line.
|Scubamax Weight Belt Reviews
Reviewer:Brian L.on5/9/2013could be better - At first look the belt seem perfect but after using them I see they are not made very well. -the pockets are not the same size so similarly sized weights dont fit in all pockets -stiching should be with a more durable thread. I expect the seams will fail quickly. Granted, these belts are inexpensive but I dont think better quality control would add to any increased manufacturing expense.
|Scubamax Stainless Steel Safety Shears Reviews
Reviewer:David S.on7/22/2013Did the Job - We just returned after a week diving and speared about 25 lionfish of all sizes. The shears performed as expected. we used them to cut off the venomous fins before bagging. The only issue we had was some rust on the blades after the first day. The shears need to be thoroughly cleaned and coated with silicone after every use.
|Scubamax Camouflage Mask Reviews
Reviewer:Keith Sollenbergeron9/2/2012very small but functional - I thought this was a childs size mask when I unpacked it. The lenses were very close to my eyes. However the skirt was very soft on the skin and sealed great. The lenses were clear and virtually never fogged. Peripheral visibility was impacted a bit, but not terribly. Clearing water from the mask was complicated a bit by the soft silicone skirt which easily got folded rather than laying flat, but never became an issue. Id recommend this mask for people with average or smaller sized faces.
|Scubamax Glow-In-The-Dark Wrist Dive Slate Reviews
Reviewer:Scott M.on4/14/2013Scubamax Wrist Dive Slate - I do like the idea of the slate, I just need to find a better pencil. It works but with the harder lead it makes a faint line. I want to try a softer lead pencil to see if it can be read easier. I do like that it comes with o-rings, I somehow knocked one off or caught it on something and was thankful for having more. I might have to play miniture golf... View Full Review
|Scubamax 3mm Supratex Palm Diving Gloves Reviews
Reviewer:Ruth D.on9/22/2013the best gloves at this price - I bought this gloves for a galapagos trip, I wore them in all the dives, always grabbed from the rocks. They are very resistent, no damage at all. Works well for cold water temperature around 18C. You dont have to pay more for something similar
|Scubamax Bifocal Opt Lens Left Reviews
Reviewer:William Hutchisonon7/23/2013Nice to see equipment - Works as advertised. My mistake was putting them on a mask that I ultimately decided against using. Great to me able to see my watch and gauges. Probably would have done one eye at a time in case I changed masks.
|Scubamax Finger Spool Reviews
Reviewer:Radhakrishna J.on2/2/2013Basic - It is a very basic reel - a bobbin with a string & a clip. nice & compact to go in the pocket along with your SMB. This may need a little getting used to for Deployment underwater as the reel has no tension & the string can come loose ..... just a little practice & you should be fine.
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