Innovative Save-A-Dive Kit with Quick Release Fin Strap RB-0011 030950

Mfg Part #: RB-0011
 $19.95 
Includes the following items:
  • Will fit on all type of adjustable strap fins except: Atomic, Dive Rite, ScubaPro and old style metal buckles without quick releases
  • All other Save-A-Dive kits include fin straps that will only work with fins that use metal buckles
  • Quick Release Fin Buckle
  • Silicone Mask strap
  • Silicone Snorkel keeper
  • 2 replacement tank o-rings
  • Silicone Mouthpiece
  • 2 cable ties

FULL MANUFACTURER'S WARRANTY

Customer Reviews for Innovative Save-A-Dive Kit with Quick Release Fin Strap:

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Average Customer Review: based on 9 reviews.

Rating: Save a dive kit
Reviewer: Nicholas D.  -  View all my reviews
This kit is amazing! A couple weeks after I bought it I took my advanced open water corse and just before the underwater nav dive I lost my fin strap buckle. I was able to grab this kits fin strap and put it on and get back into the water in less than 5 minutes. On the next day of my advanced open water I needed to secure something to my BCD so I grabbed one of the zip ties and put it on. Great save a dive kit and highly recommended.

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25 out of 48 people found this review helpful.

Rating: worth having
Reviewer: Melanie Hansen  -  View all my reviews
Has saved a dive already, the o ring was a little chubby but it worked happy days. Id add a dive tool maybe a few more o rings to the kit but otherwise perfect.

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6 out of 13 people found this review helpful.

Rating: Save a dive kit
Reviewer: Jay Niec  -  View all my reviews
Always good to have a few extras in your dive bag just in case something breaks. In general, this kit will provide that support.

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16 out of 35 people found this review helpful.

Rating: A Real Diver Saver
Reviewer: JOHN W.
The save-a-dive kit contains exactly what is necessary to make sure you dont miss a dive at the last minute. Every diver and especially every divemaster should have one.

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16 out of 29 people found this review helpful.

Rating: If can break it will on the dive boat
Reviewer: Pete Z.
You never know when an important item on your dive gear will give-up, but its almost a guarantee than when it does happen there is no Dive Shop near or its closed. This kit gives you most everything a diver could and will break/wear-out. A must for all divers.

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195 out of 441 people found this review helpful.

Rating: Save -A Dive is right
Reviewer: John Munnich  -  View all my reviews
I found that having that kit is one of the best investments I made. As they say being prepared for loss or damage will definitely save a dive. I had several episodes were either a strap broke or lost a snorkel keeper, etc. Or some other person with us did so and we saved the dive because I had the Save-A Dive kit with us. It is so inexpensive compared to ending a dive before it even begins just because of something so simple yet important. Thanks again, John

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412 out of 759 people found this review helpful.

Rating: As advertised
Reviewer: Debra Gibson  -  View all my reviews
Havent used the kit yet but I know it will come in handy some time. I liked the fin strap. It is one that I can use with my fins.

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305 out of 574 people found this review helpful.

Rating: Great kit
Reviewer: Phil Balsamo  -  View all my reviews
It is a nice little kit to have. I would recommend that everyone has one...

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397 out of 752 people found this review helpful.

Rating: thanks
Reviewer: Calvin Johnson  -  View all my reviews
The save a dive kit worked we went out and one of the tanks was missing a O ring and tanks to the kit we were able to dive

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344 out of 658 people found this review helpful.

Questions and Answers for Innovative Save-A-Dive Kit with Quick Release Fin Strap:


  • Susana:

    Hello, Have some apollo fins (size 9-13) and want to buy a c-strap for my them. What size should it be, M or L. They say M is for small and medium, and L for large and extra large, I dont know the correspondence for the 9-13 size... Can you help me?

    Darrick  (Certified Scuba Instructor at Scuba.com):

    Hello Susanna, if you have a size 9-13 fin then you are looking at getting the size large strap.

Quick Release Save-A-Dive Kit

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