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Having a snorkel attached to your mask will allow you to breathe easily and conserve energy, whilst waiting on the surface to be picked up by your dive boat. This is particularly important if conditions are rough and you start to become fatigued.

By breathing through the snorkel, you will be able to swim face down enjoying a nice swim around observing the underwater environment.

 There are three main types of snorkel tubes, 

 The traditional  “J” tube shaped snorkel, another style has a self draining purge valve on the bottom, with a small device on the top, that diverts the majority of water from the breathing tube, then there is a snorkel with a float bulb on top of the breathing tube, that closes off- to stop all water from entering the breathing tube. 

 As with all equipment- proper use and maintenance, is vital for correct and safe operation.

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Mares Ergo Dry Snorkel

A dry top and an ergonomic mouthpiece make this the ideal snorkel for scuba or snorkeling sessions. The combination of the 100% dry top and exhaust valve in the mouthpiece ensure a completely dry breathing environment.
$69.95 incl GST

Mares Ergo Flex Snorkel

A peculiar feature of the Ergo Flex snorkel is the corrugated hose, which is made of transparent silicone. Ideal for those who prefer a simple, yet functional snorkel.
$43.95 incl GST

Mares Ergo Splash Snorkel

An anti-splash, semidry top with exhaust valve and an ergonomically oriented silicone mouthpiece make the Ergo Splash an intuitive and user friendly experience.
$49.75 incl GST

Mares Pro Flex Snorkel

Perfect for snorkeling in comfort and with ease. Made from 2 materials, it is flexible without airflow interruptions. With an ergonomic design which is great for extended use.
$39.95 incl GST

Hyperdry Elite II Snorkel

Hyperdry Elite II snorkel combines all of the best features of TUSA’s snorkels into one.
$97.00 incl GST