TUSA Sport Power-View Dry Snorkeling Set
|Price:||$72.95 - $91.27|
- This Item Includes: Mask, Snorkel, Fins and Travel Bag
- Designed for Adults with Medium to Large Faces
- Complete Snorkeling Set with Travel Bag
- Available in Multiple Colors
- 3 Year Limited Warranty
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The TUSA Sport Power-View Dry Snorkeling Set includes a High-Quality 2-Window Mask with Enhanced-Vision for a Wide Field of View. The Masks EZ Adjust Buckle Technology allows Mask to be Quickly-and-Easily Adjusted with Minimal Effort for a Precise Fit and Ease-of-Removal when necessary. The Power-View Mask has a Clear-Vu Tempered Glass Lens that provides Superior Clarity, Color, Transmission of Light and Safety over Standard Inferior Glass. The Double Feathered Edge Skirt is made from Hypoallergenic Crystal Black Silicone along with the Wide Split Strap. The Double Feathered Edge Silicone Skirt and Wide Split Strap combined for a Comfortable and Perfect Seal on the Face. Mask has an Easy-to-Reach One Handed Nose Pocket for Ear Equalization which can be utilized even when wearing thick gloves. The Dry Snorkel features TUSA Hyper-Dry Elite Dry Top Technology (pat p) that Stops Water-from-Entering into the Snorkel. Hyper-Dry Elite Technology utilizes an Independent High Buoyancy Float for Superior Dry Performance. The Snorkel is equipped with a Drain Chamber and One-Way Purge Valve for Easy Clearing and Hypoallergenic Crystal Silicone Flex Tube and Mouthpiece. This Dry Contoured Tube Snorkel has a Corrugated Flex Tube which Drops-Away from the Face when not in the Divers Mouth making it a Great Snorkel for Scuba. The Snorkel also comes with a Snorkel Keeper. The TUSA Sport Reef TOURER Long Blade Snorkeling Fins have an Advanced Multi-Flex Long Blade De
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We used it on a couple different days to explore the coral reef off of the private beach of the hotel we were staying at. It was not a guided tour or anything. We snorkeled 3-4 miles on the first day, on our own route, at our own pace. I am not the greatest swimmer, but my husband took off in his gear! We saw all types of coral, colorful fish of all sizes, sea urchins, and even a sea turtle! It was amazing!
Because I am not the greatest swimmer, we bought life vests. (You can click on my name to see the review for the vests once I put them up.) We also bought 3mm fin socks. (I'll review those as well.) I don't know if you need fin socks with these fins. We never tried them without the fin socks, so I just honestly don't know. From other reviews I read, I hear it's good to use fin socks to prevent chafing. That makes perfect sense when you're swimming in salt water in plastic/rubber fins for a long time, but I guess it's at the user's discretion.
These fins are SHORT fins, not the long ones. They are open from the back; not enclosed like a shoe. However, that did not affect my husband's ability to propel quickly like a fish. The fins are adjustable, so if the entire family is not snorkeling at the same time, many members can share the same fins. I bought my husband a size Large. He normally wears a shoe size 9.5-10. He had no problems with it. Once he pulled his fins tight, he did have room left over to loosen the fins. I bought a size Medium and wear a shoe size 6.5-7. I had a LOT of room left over to make the fin bigger once I was done tightening it to where I needed it. The snorkel has a water release valve. The mask does not have a water release valve at the nose, the way some companies make them. Truthfully, it wasn't even necessary. Once we got the perfect fit, we had no problem with water coming into the mask. we also had little to no problems with fogging. I wish TUSA made a size small (or maybe they do and it wasn't on Amazon at the time) because I feel the mask was a little big on me. I struggled a bit with water entering my mask, until my husband adjusted it for me so I'd get the necessary tightness and perfect fit. I thought there was a leak in my mask, as water was dripping down, but it was really just that I hadn't adjusted it correctly on my face. After that, I did not struggle with my mask, except for when I forgot to breathe through my snorkel instead of my nose.
The one thing I found weird about the set is that one fin is "straight", while the other is SLIGHTLY "curved". You can't even tell unless you look closely. I thought that maybe one of us had a defective pair, but both of us had one straight, one slightly curved pair, so I believe it's normal - possibly to help with propulsion, as that was a listed feature of the fins in the "Item Description". Also, the set was a bit pricey, but I guess since we got a good quality product out of it, it was worth the price. I had the option of buying sets that were $10-$20 cheaper, but those sets had a lot of reviews about breaking within the first couple of uses, as well as sizing and propulsion problems. That's why I chose to spend the extra money. The one thing I did not like about the set is that the mask does not offer peripheral vision. I couldn't find a TUSA product that did offer peripheral vision in my price range. It is also my fault for not searching longer and harder for one with a peripheral vision mask, but I literally bought the set a few days before our flight departed. It wasn't a big deal though, it would have just been a nice perk. Most sets don't offer peripheral vision masks anyway unless you go up to the pricier sets.
Overall, my husband and I absolutely loved this set and cannot wait to use it again!!! I would absolutely recommend this set to anyone - beginner or advanced - looking to buy snorkeling gear!!!
they fit!!!! tried several brands and none were wide enough for my huge stomppers. i usually wear a 13 ee and these fit great