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SP-300Q TUSA IMprex Purge Snorkel
The SP-300 Imprex snorkel features a cross-cut barrel, a flexible neck and an integrated drain purge valve. An excellent economy snorkel, the SP-300 is a straightforward addition to your snorkeling gear.
> Hologram top reflector for high visibility
> Large capacity drain chamber for easy clearing
> Hypo-allergenic high grade silicone mouthpiece for ultimate comfort
> Crystal silicone flexible neck
> Color: Black (BK), Cobalt Blue (CBL), Flash Yellow (FY), Translucent (T)
When water enters the mask while swimming on the surface,
water can be easily drained by simply lifting the mask from the
face. However, when swimming under water, it is necessary to
perform the “mask clearing” by sending air into the mask through
Clearing an Ordinary Mask
For ordinary masks, tilt your head back and slightly lift only the
bottom of the mask while exhaling air into the mask through the
nose in order to purge water.
Water will not drain properly if air is blown into the mask with
excessive force. Take care to send air into the mask slowly at a
Clearing a Mask with Purge Valve
Since the purge valve is located at the lowest point of the frame,
tilt the head slightly to the front or left (M-21) to collect water
around the purge valve, and send a stream of slow and steady air
through the nose. It is not necessary to lift the mask while purging
with this procedure, however slightly pressing the mask against
the face while blowing will assist the purge process.
MAINTENANCE AND STORAGE
●To maintain the equipment in optimum condition and enjoy safe
and pleasant diving in the future, be sure to wash the mask in
fresh water as soon as possible after diving.
After washing the mask in fresh water, use a dry cloth to
remove all moisture and store the mask in a well-ventilated
area out of direct sunlight.
●Do not place the mask in extremely hot locations such as in
direct sunlight or in cars or trunks directly exposed to the sun.
The heat and ultraviolet rays could cause damage and shorten
the life of the equipment.
●When storing with other colored items (wet suits, rubber fins,
swimwear) the colors could transfer to the silicone section of
the mask. When storing or transporting the mask and snorkel,
insert them in a case to separate them from colored items.
●In case of soiling of the mask and snorkel, wash with a neutral
cleaning agent diluted with water to the percentage indicated by
the manufacturer (instructions on container). Then completely
remove any residual cleaning agent with running water. If
strong cleaning agents are used or the equipment is inserted
directly in cleaning agent so that some of the agent remains on
the mask, the cleaning agent could enter the plastic materials,
causing cracks and similar damage.