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U.S. Divers Adult Silicone Snorkeling Set $29.97

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[Costco] U.S. Divers Adult Silicone Snorkeling Set $29.97

Both sizes on sale.

Note that size measurements are for feet size to get the correct fin size.
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Snorkel? Where? Lake Huron?
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frozatio wrote: Snorkel? Where? Lake Huron?
I went to Tubermory and Flower Pot and was really surprise. Yes, prior to COVID.
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If I wear contacts - can I use this not to get water in to my eyes? Sounds dumb but I really don’t know
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frozatio wrote: Snorkel? Where? Lake Huron?
Some of us live by the ocean, friend. Lakes can be awesome for snorkeling too.
Decent set, 100% submersible dry top snorkel, but fins not with full foot pocket and mask silicone not transparent (thus a bit claustrophobic for some in this case)

Thank you OP.
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runnersgambit wrote: If I wear contacts - can I use this not to get water in to my eyes? Sounds dumb but I really don’t know
Yes, that's what some people do for diving or snorkeling. But you have to have a bit more experience to know not to let water in at will.

You can also buy snorkels and use prescription lense(s), at higher cost.
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runnersgambit wrote: If I wear contacts - can I use this not to get water in to my eyes? Sounds dumb but I really don’t know
You just need a decent set of swim goggles, like Speedo Vanquisher 2.0
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runnersgambit wrote: If I wear contacts - can I use this not to get water in to my eyes? Sounds dumb but I really don’t know
If your mask gets flooded you could still lose your contacts. The SO scuba dives with contacts but I personally prefer paying$55 for prescription dive mask off of Amazon
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runnersgambit wrote: If I wear contacts - can I use this not to get water in to my eyes? Sounds dumb but I really don’t know
I lost one contact lens when doing snorkeling.
Fortunately that's the last day of my 2 week vacation...snorkeled almost everyday.
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Note that a correctly fitting mask is the most important thing for snorkelling and scuba diving, it may well be the difference between you choosing to snorkel again. The easiest way to test fit is to hold the mask up to your face and breath in through your nose. If you can hold the mask in place it fits fine, if it's a struggle that means that air is getting in which means water will get in, at best thats a minor annoyance (a slow leak) at worst it makes it almost entirely unusable.
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MrMello wrote: I went to Tubermory and Flower Pot and was really surprise. Yes, prior to COVID.
Tobermory was so clear for swimming. Loved it. Cooler water kept the masses out. More room for me. Grab a wetsuit to extend your swimming season
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runnersgambit wrote: If I wear contacts - can I use this not to get water in to my eyes? Sounds dumb but I really don’t know
I wear contacts when I snorkel. Usually the mask will keep the water out, but this is not guaranteed. If you don't currently use daily-wear disposable contacts, you may want to invest in a few pairs so you can throwaway and have a fresh pair after snorkeling. The reason is that sometimes water may get into your eyes while you're snorkeling, and continuing to wear the same pair of contacts after snorkeling could lead to an eye infection since there are micro-organisms in the water.
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I feel like I got my set for 19.97 in store last year. (Haven't used it yet lol)

Are the local beaches even open?
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Thundercloud wrote: I feel like I got my set for 19.97 in store last year. (Haven't used it yet lol)

Are the local beaches even open?
Depends what is considered local. In a lot of provinces, the beaches never closed.
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Best used in Lake Ontario by the Pickering Plant. Lots of variety of fish. Some newly discovered too!
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BubbaSPX wrote: Best used in Lake Ontario by the Pickering Plant. Lots of variety of fish. Some newly discovered too!
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