Scuba Gear Reviews by Deborah S.
Rating: Flag & Float (2 Parts) 3/1/2010
Its big and can readily be seen by boats, and it is easily packed for travel. However, if you have wind, chop and current, it becomes a kite unless it is heavily weighted. The problem with attaching weights is that the bouy is made of vinyl and its rope eyelets wont take the abuse for very long.
Oceanic Ultra Dry Snorkel
Rating: ultra dry snorkel this is the one to get! 3/1/2010
the ultra dry is definitely the snorkel to get!!! just spend 2 weeks snorkeling in cozumel doing our own shore snorkeling (no tours) with my new ultra dry snorkel which is my 3rd snorkel over a 30 year span of a lot of snorkeling all around the world. 1. its true they are ultra dry. you do not get those occassional gulps of water or backwashes in your mouth while snorkeling. and best of all, because of that, you dont get water in your lungs, which means you dont come home coughing or a candidate for phenumonia. 2. get the yellow top for visibilitys sake so that boats can see you better as well as your snokeling buddy. i was very pleasantly surprized how effective the ultra dry snorkel really was. it exceeded my expectations.
Product Information Questions? Contact our certified instructors
E-mail our instructors at firstname.lastname@example.org
Corporate Office: Scuba.com, 1752 Langley Avenue, Irvine CA 92614