XS Scuba Kevlar Bug Grabber 2mm Diving Gloves GV150-SM 019135

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Mfg Part #: GV150

XS Scuba Kevlar Bug Grabber 2mm Diving Gloves

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  • Great for lobster diving
  • Reinforced Kevlar palm
  • Kevlar wrapped thumb and fingertips
  • Adjustable Velcro wrist closure
  • SIZES: Small through 2XLarge
  • COLORS: Black
  • FULL MANUFACTURERS WARRANTY

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Average Customer Review: based on 19 reviews.

Rating: XS Scuba Kevlar Bug Grabber 2mm Diving Gloves Review - $29.95 - Scuba Gear Customer Reviews
Reviewer: Scott S.  -  View all my reviews
Over good gloves. Fit hands well and flexible with movement. Protective to my hands when grabbing bugs and other creatures on the sea floor. Especially liked the protection when moving sea urchins out of the way. Only thing I didnt like was the Velcro strap kept coming loose. Gloves didnt slip off just the Velcro strap flapped around. I recommend these gloves.

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1 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

Rating: fantastick gloves
Reviewer: Christianna S.
these are the best gloves i have ever had i have usaged them lobster diving on maney accashions and have never been cut by one but dont think that these gloves are just for bugs i usage these on almost every dive i go on thay are amasing ly warm thay cept me warm in the 57 degree water of upstate ny but i still usage them plenty in the florida keys. they are even perfict for spesrfishing. i alwas where mine when i am shooting fish off of south carolina. i personaly ceep a pair in my boat when bottom fishing and have usaged them duck hunting. my only advice to you is get a sise up if you have bigger hands gecause thay can be a little tight .

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16 out of 29 people found this review helpful.

Rating: GREAT GLOVES
Reviewer: Robert W.
Bought these for a quick trip to the Bahamas for Lobster catching. In the Bahamas you can only catch Lobsters with snorkel equipment and a "Hawaiian Sling". No spear gun or tanks. A good pair of gloves are so important to getting the lobster off the spear and into the boat quickly and securely. Bob

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65 out of 126 people found this review helpful.

Rating: Best Hunting Gloves For The Money....
Reviewer: James W.  -  View all my reviews
I like the ALL ArmorTex but when I want to save a few bucks I buy these. They work great for spearingfishing, lobster and lionfish hunting. I go through a lot of gloves doing lionfish hunting so if you want to get a few extra miles out of them use a little FLEXIABLE glue along the sewing seams on the fingers. Also you may like the fit of one size bigger than you would normally order (same goes for the the AllArmorTex).

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109 out of 218 people found this review helpful.

Rating: XS Scuba Kevlar Bug Grabber 2mm Diving Gloves
Reviewer: Chad P.
Descent kevlar glove. Velcro could have been more industial. A friend of mine has the Pinnacle kevlar gloves. His velcro strap is wider and the cuffs are extended. When these wear out I will opt for the Pinnacles.

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76 out of 155 people found this review helpful.

Rating: Professional, gear, highest quality
Reviewer: Luelly Harper  -  View all my reviews
Love dealing with these guys.

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94 out of 182 people found this review helpful.

Rating: Good gloves
Reviewer: Keith B.  -  View all my reviews
Bought these gloves for freshwater diving and spearfishing and they have worked great.

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132 out of 268 people found this review helpful.

Rating: Comparison of Deep See 2mm Barnacle gloves & XS Scuba Kevlar Bug Grabber 2mm Gloves
Reviewer: Larry C. S.
I am a volunteer diver at a local zoo as well as a recreational diver. I help to clean/scrub a 100,000 gal. reef tank. I have to hold onto an artificial reef with one hand while I scrub/clean with the other. Last year after wearing out a pair of reef gloves in a short period of time, I decided to do a head to head comparison of two different gloves. I alternated using of Deep See 2mm Barnacle gloves and XS Scuba Kevlar Bug Grabber 2mm gloves. In my opinion, I thought that the Barnacle gloves would outlast the Bug Grabber gloves. I liked the tactile sensation of Barnacle gloves a little better than the Bug Grabber gloves. However, the Barnacle gloves did not hold up as well. After I had repaired the Barnacle gloves a couple of times, they gave up the ghost (They lasted about seven months). Since that time, I have been using the Bug Grabber gloves exclusively. They have held up well while wreck diving and cleaning the reef tank. The Bug Grabber gloves kept my hands warmer than the Barnacle gloves. After about a year, the Bug Grabber gloves began to show a little wear (no holes), but I still use that first pair with my recreation dive gear. I have not had any problem using my computer or any of the rest of my gear while using the Bug Grabber gloves. Most of you will not be as rough on your gloves as I am (at least I hope that none of you will be clinging to a reef the way that I do). I found that the Bug Grabber gloves held up better than the Barnacle gloves. I would recommend the Bug Grabber gloves to others. I would buy another pair of the Bug Grabber gloves. And, I did.

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332 out of 640 people found this review helpful.

Rating: Average results
Reviewer: Shane M.
I use these gloves for spearfishing. I grab fish, brush and objects in the water so they are not babied!! I noticed after the first day that the thread has already begun to come undone and the velcro strap on one has already torn loose. Under the circumstances the gloves have performed average.

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352 out of 735 people found this review helpful.

Rating: Bug Grabber
Reviewer: Michael Perrego
This is promoted as a bug grabber yet if these gloves were used to grab lobsters in florida they wouldnt last 2 dives. the kevlar name is not used as expected. their are gloves that are intertwined kevlar that is perfect for spiny lobsters yet these gloves do not fit the bill.

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456 out of 885 people found this review helpful.

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Questions and Answers for XS Scuba Kevlar Bug Grabber 2mm Diving Gloves:


  • missy:

    how do ki know what size gloves to order?

    Darrick  (Certified Scuba Instructor at Scuba.com):

    Hello Missy, the sizing of the gloves go by height and weight. If you have any other questions or would like to place an order please feel free to give us a call at 1.800.347.2822.

2mm Bug Grabber Gloves

Perfect glove for lobster diving
2mm neoprene with Kevlar palm
Kevlar wrapped thumb and fingertip design
Adjustable Velcro wrist closure
Extra small size designed to fit a ladies hand
Available sizes:
MEN'S: SM, MD, LG, XL, 2XL
Part# GV150

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Clean your XS Scuba wetsuit after every use. Hand wash in fresh water and rinse thoroughly. Air dry by hanging out of direct sunlight. Never put your wetsuit in a washing machine or dryer. This will cause damage. Do not expose to detergents or chemicals. Chlorine and sunlight will cause fading to the color of the fabric. Store properly using a wetsuit hanger in a cool and dry place.

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