Cressi Palau Mask Fin Snorkel Set with Snorkeling Gear Bag, Pink, S/M | (Men's 4-7) (Women's 5-8)
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- Includes: Palau short fins - silicone two window mask - 100% dry snorkel - carry mesh bag
- The dry snorkel has an original anti-splash end with a special valve that seals the tube as you dive
- Anti-Splash end with automatically closing valve | ergonomic shape for maximum comfort
- A skirt edge that adapts to most faces and a small inner volume
- Comes with strong rapid action buckles to adjust the strap
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My complaint is with the fins. The strap on the back was constantly coming off, and I would try to press the buckles back into place, hoping for a "snap" as the plastic buckle was placed over the retaining button, but no matter how hard I pushed, it never seemed to lock into place. While wearing them the tension would keep it in place, but every time I took them off, hanging onto the strap was a problem. Sure enough, lost one of the straps, fortunately on the last day. So upon my return, went on Amazon to order a replacement. Ten dollars for the strap itself, and ten dollars more for the plastic buckles. Really Cressi? Really? I'm to pay 1/3 of the price of the whole snorkel/fin/mask package to replace a single strap for one of the fins? Twenty dollars for a replacement part that costs you a dollar or so? Nice customer support.
If you buy these, be very careful every time you take the fins off, keep your eyes on the back straps or be prepared to pay a ridiculous price for a replacement.
If you are trying to get into Snorkeling you have prably seen a few “all in one sets”. From U.S. Divers (which has good rating) perhaps some Aqualung ones and maybe some off brands, etc. Since they are all relative in price and ratings, it doesn't seem like a big difference; but, it is. Stop looking and by the Cressi, it is worth the extra few bucks and at most I mean 10$ comparatively. This set is fantastic. I have returned EVERY pair I have bought except the Cressi, these will be staying with me. Once it arrives you can tell the quality difference, the snorkel is phenomenal and worked PERFECT. I dunked it at the bottom of the reef of 10ft deep water and had to go fetch it at the bottom of the ocean and it still was as good as new. You are probably asking well why not 5 stars. Mainly because the mask is a bit small, the window view isn't great and sometimes the black clip distracts you while you are swimming; but, it is is just a nitpick complaint, especially for the price range. Hey not everything can be 5 stars and I don’t like just blindly handing them out unless things are flawless.
Great value for the price it is LIGHT YEARS beyond the competition of Aqualung and U.S.Divers, don't even bother with them, I actually spent almost an hour just trying to get back my broken fin (that broke within 10 minutes of snorkeling) just to return the U.S. Divers. This really is a GREAT product, it’s not as "cute" as the Aqualung or the U.S. Diver editions but SOO much better in quality.
The goggles fog and have a small window and with it so clear you can get distracted by the black bulb on the ends holding the straps together. It also is about 5-10 more expensive; but, TOTALLY worth it since you will own this awhile and not have to return it.