Despite its low price, this is not some cheap cap. Seems to made of good, strong rubber. The o-ring part doesnt fit my DIN-to-YOKE adapter, so I tied it to the adapter using a zip tie instead.
It comes in a tiny little plastic box. Never go on a trip without spare o-rings!
Dont go without any tools, especially if youre doing a liveaboard. Bring this with you, and you can tighten all your nuts, bolts, washers, and screws.
This is my first swivel, and after doing lots of research, I decided to pay more for the better (and most respected) brand. Besides, Scuba.com had a great price on this. I havent tried it yet, but I can already tell its of very high quality, and the swiveling action is buttery smooth.
I got a pair of XS gloves for my girlfriend who is about 53". They fit perfectly. Theyre thin, which allows for a lot of flexibility (like skin), yet durable enough that she was able to hang on during many of the dives we had with very strong current. Also, they look very cool!
These are very good, durable pads. I didnt get to use them because I found out Im not able to un-thread the straps of my sidemount BCD. With these shoulder pads, youll have to slide your straps through. So I had to sell them and buy shoulder pads that use velcro. Otherwise, I wouldve loved these ScubaPro shoulder pads.
This is so much better than when people tap their tanks with their metal pointers. When that happens, everyone is confused, because at any given time, there may be other dive groups. So the tapping all sound the same. This rattle stick, however, produces a unique sound. Above water, it sounds like the Salvation Army bell. Under water, it omits an audible but not-in-your-face ring. Its small and made with durable metal. Easily attaches to anything.