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These gloves are truly something different from what I’m used to. I bought these gloves for cold water diving and was astonished when I received them in the mail. The gloves themselves are very thick but when placed on the hand feel almost like they are not even there. The nifty feature I like the most is the wrist band that wraps around. The reason is because it keeps the water from circulating and getting your hands colder. The one thing that I wish that was different was that on the palm. There is no Kevlar option or something as strong to ensure that what ever I touch such as a rusted out wreck will not rip my gloves. I find that these gloves are extremely well suited for those divers who are just going to dive deep and not play with anything sharp such as rusted out wreck. These are a must have for those who wear wetsuits and dive in 42 degree water.
This hanger is a lifesaver when it comes to keeping my gear off the ground and out of the door along with keeping it together in one spot. I purchased this hanger and ever since it has allowed me to place all my wet gear in one place and leave it alone till it is dry. Some may say just lay it on the ground or place it on a board but what this leads to is getting dirt back on the gear. I recommend this product to those who have little room to store gear to dry and those who like to know where everything is at when it comes to the next dive.
I currently use these boxes to protect my mask and thus this is one of the better ones that I have. The locking mechanism on the box ensures that nothing gets in or out and this is pertinent to my storage of my gear. After I dry my gear I place it into my dive bag and this case protects anything from scratching the lens or breaking the purge. I would recommend this to any diver who carries a lot of gear in there bag that could rub or grind on the lens of there mask.