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SNORKELS
Features to consider when buying a snorkel are: The snorkels diameter; whether you want a purge valve; if it has a smooth bore and adjustability.
Snorkels with a small diameter have a greater breathing resistance. It can be like trying to suck air through a straw. Swimming on the surface while wearing full dive gear can be a workout, and using a small bore snorkel can make you feel like you're not getting enough air.
Purge valves can make the snorkel easier to clear, but also increase the price. They work because water seeks its own level. When you surface after a dive, the water in the snorkel above water level drains through the purge. When you clear the snorkel, you will have to blow out less water..
A smooth bore snorkel will breath and clear easier.
 
  Mares Snorkels
The ergonomic design with flexible curvature combined with the splash-guard and the lower purge valve for immediate clearing, make this the ideal choice for diving. The new valve body with an oblique mouthpiece attachment allows for optimal angling of the snorkel tube.
 

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