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This log book is more detailed than your regular PEDI log books. My divemaster actually look some of my log book pages.
Its just a T-shirt and it does what a T-shirt should do. I wear it to sleep or after I get out of scuba...
This is so comfortable, warm, and easy wear. It slips on very easily, locks in water, and very cushiony.
Oceanic Ultra Dry Snorkel is definitely dry, but it is harder to breath out of. I would go for semi-dry snorkel unless you get scared of water.
The seal part between your nose and your lip is big, so when you have you regulator in your mouth, it tends to move up and plug your nose, then you have to push your mask back down so that you can equalize. During this process, water can get in as well. It was a hassle to use this mask for me, but my boyfriend seem to love this goggle. (Men normally have bigger space between their nose and lip than women.)
This is one of the top of the line in oceanic V series. You can really move effortlessly. I think my boyfriend has to kick double the time than I do to move at the same rate.
I had old 5mm oceanic gloves. I wore some unknown rental gloves. But I have to say that this was worth my money. It is a bit difficult to put it on and you might need to ask your buddy to help you out with it, but when its on, it keeps you warm for sure by locking in all that water.