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Phantom Aquatics Speed Sport Signature Mask Fin Snorkel Set

$44.99

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Twice the speed with half the effort
Open heel snorkeling fin with adjustable strap
Comfort fit liquid silicone skirt for water-tight Seal

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The Phantom Aquatics speed sport signature mask fin snorkel set is great for any skill level snorkeling and swim enthusiast. Included is the unique speed sport fins, featuring the adjustable straps for comfortable secure fit allowing you to maximize power and minimize expended energy. The dry snorkel reduces water entry at surface and prevents wind chop and spray from entering breathing tube. Then enjoy the view through the silicone two window mask with quick adjustable buckle for easy strap adjustment providing a comfortable fit. Also included is a snorkeling mesh bag with drawstring strap which makes it a great boat kit bag.
Twice the speed with half the effort
Open heel snorkeling fin with adjustable strap
Comfort fit liquid silicone skirt for water-tight Seal
Low internal volume silicone mask
Semi-dry top valve snorkel to help prevent water entry

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  1. Rated 4 out of 5

    This is a review of the Phantom Aquatics Snorkeling set that I purchased off Amazon. I looked through many reviews and products and these was the one that I selected. They really are a must have if you are going on a cruise or traveling anywhere that you plan on getting in the water for some snorkeling!

    I purchased these specifically for a cruise that we were going on for my girlfriend and I. We were going on Royal Caribbean, Navigator of the Seas with stops in Miami, Grand Cayman Island (snorkeling in stingray city and coral gardens), Falmouth Jamaica, and Labadee Haiti (snorkeling off the private island of Amiga Island).

    Overall I feel that they are a great purchase for $45/per set. There are only a few issues that I have with them:

    • from time to time, they can hurt the top of the foot if you have them too tight on your feet. Might want to get water socks/shoes
    • air/water can slightly get into the corners of the goggles causing the goggles to fog up and needing to be cleared. It could be the way that I wear them (I wear them normally, but more so meant the exact location/shape of my head maybe?)

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    Videos of the snorkeling gear in use:
    –Amiga Island, Labadee Haiti: https://youtu.be/DRZlRk1HG5g
    –Stingray City / Coral Gardens, Grand Cayman Island: https://youtu.be/0PbL_dy_aP8

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