Simply screws into your second and first stages. Used it on a few dives so far and its been fine. Good price, good product.
for a wide view mask, you cant beat this price. but i found the big eyes to have a few flaws. the skirt is a bit narrow just under the nose. my other masks seal well even with a bit of mustache stubble, but the big eyes requires me to be completely clean-shaven or it leaks tremendously. i also find that it is difficult to clear completely because the lenses are so long there always seems to be a bit of water remaining in the very bottom of the mask. overall, the wide view makes it all worth it, and it has become my primary mask of the moment. next time, i think i would spend a bit more for the atomic frameless or sub-frame, and use the cressi as a backup mask.
these lights are all fantastic everything you need for day and night dive lights at a very good price. i unfortunately lost one of the lights already, so make sure you get some good clips! even the smaller lights are plenty bright with wide beams, and battery life has been adequate.
These shears are certainly inexpensive, and work just fine. They are a bit flimsy, but the sleeve and clip are sturdy. I can tell after just a couple dives that they will tend to rust more quickly, but at this price, Im not complaining. Im sick of losing expensive dive knives and will stick with these shears. Buy two!
i took a chance and ordered this online, size ml. ive tried on henderson, pinnacle, and other wetsuits and have never had a problem fitting into a standard ml size. but unfortunately, this wetsuit simply does not fit the torso and arms were much too tight and cut off circulation to my hands. just be aware that i think they tend to size a bit smaller than other brands. it was otherwise of very nice quality and easy to put on.
this mask fits well, which is most important. clearing it, when necessary, is a breeze. that being said, the field of vision could be much better. the side windows are not very useful in adding to my field of vision i find that the sharp corner between windows causes too much distortion under water and i end up only "seeing" whats right in front of my eyes using the main windows. my buddy keeps pointing out things to see that are beyond the peripheral vision of this mask. i think i would be better off with a two window or frameless mask.
ive used these fins on 10+ dives, now, and they are a solid performer. ive heard claims that super expensive split fins will reduce my air consumption by [ random amount here], but after using these fins i think i will save my money. getting out past the surf on a shore dive, slowly crusing at depth the fins have been easy to control without causing fatigue or cramps. for the average beginner or intermediate recreational diver, you cant go wrong with these fins.