Cressi Scuba Diving Snorkeling Freediving Mask Snorkel Set
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- No-frame design reduces weight and provides one of the largest fields-of-view | Extremely low volume design | Swiveling, easy adjusting buckles
- Ideal for hunters and photographers | Perfect back-up mask as it folds and fits easily in your BC pocket
- The first submersible Dry snorkel in the Cressi collection
- Dry top eliminates water entry when submerged
- Soft silicone mouth piece and flex tub
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|Package Height||2.83 x 9.45 x 15.75 inches|
|Shipping Weight||1.12 pounds|
Cressi Frameless Mask Sleek 100% liquid silicone skirt attached directly to the tempered glass lens. No mask frame means the frameless mask offers an incredible field of vision and packs flat. | Cressi Desert Dry Snorkel is the first submersible dry top snorkel of the Cressi line. Great for kids to adults, anyone who wants to feel that much safer when they are snorkeling.
Color: All Black
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Also if you've never used a dry snorkel before, these things are great. You don't have to clear the snorkel when you surface because it keeps any water from entering. You also don't have to worry about wave water splashing in while swimming on the surface, so great for snorkeling. If you're wondering about what color to buy, go with black if you're on the fence. While clear masks sound good in theory (can see more) they let in too much light and can be extremely distracting to the eye due to the may reflections. In very clear bright water they can be almost painful on the eyes. They also discolor over time (yellow). I would only wear a clear mask in very dark water/low visibility. And even then I still prefer a black mask as it allows me to focus more on my given field of vision.
You can't go wrong with this set. As always try it on first if you can as masks fit every face a little differently.
The dry top snorkel is very good. I took different dives (slow and fast) to see when water gets in. When I do a fast dive, no water went in. When I do a slow dive some water got it BUT it was very easy to clear the water - a hard puff and the water is expelled. The other excellent feature on this snorkel is the quick release clip. A push and pull and the snorkel separates from the mask making storage very easy. The other snorkel I had, it was hard to put on and remove the snorkel.
I must comment on the complaints about the mask fogging. You have to make sure you get all of the coating off of the tempered glass. I tried toothpaste and Soft Scrub, two times each. After some more research I decided to try the flame option to make sure I got it all off. Sounds scary but there are a couple of good videos on YouTube. Even after the four scrubs I had given the mask, and the squeaky sound it made, it still had the film on it! It burned right off with the flame -- actually really cool to watch. You don't have to get the flame actually on the glass, just close. I used a couple of drops of Sea Tears, rinsed, and they were great. Absolutely no fogging.