Diving Masks, Fins and Other Diving Equipment
Masks, snorkels, fins and other diving equipment are used for safe fishing under water. More than often, they are used just for spending some time diving - whatever you do, be safe. Water is not natural element for humans and many divers get injured or even die every year due to many circumstances. Once more, be safe.
Also, to get more information about diving, feel free to check Bowfishing and Spearfishing articles (links open in the new windows).
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For more information about these topics, feel free to check:
- The Best Full Face Snorkel Masks - How To Choose The Best One?
Here are our reviews and recommendations of various masks, fins and other diving equipment can be found below.
SeeReef Full Face Snorkel Mask is very popular 'full face' mask. Thanks to the flat viewing panel, it is highly suitable for shallow diving and observing the sea from the surface. The four valves and extra long breathing tube keep the view fog-free and enable the diver/swimmer to breath with ease. This mask is suitable for low to medium intensity swimming and shallow diving, with low intensity being highly recommended.
However, like all similar masks, SeeReef Full Face Snorkel Mask is not suitable for deep diving and for high intensity swimming/diving!
Tilos Neoprene Fin Socks are thin and light diving socks suitable for diving in light currents; also works well for keeping feet warm in other conditions - great liner for hiking or hunting boots.