Reef Inferno Mask and Snorkel review

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Reef Inferno Mask and Snorkel review

Post  eckart on Fri Mar 05, 2010 12:53 am

I've been using the Reef Inferno on my last fwe dives and let me tell you that I have been highly impressed by this lethal combo! Let's first talk feel and looks:
The mask is a great low volume mask that really fits well and comfortable on my face (which isn't an easy thing when it comes to low volume masks) and seems to deal really nicely with the fact that I hate shaving! The build quality seems high although the strap does feel a little soft.
While the snorkel is what impressed me the most, I know this may seem hard to believe! I have an old J snorkel which I thought was fine until I tried this one out, I can definately breath much more easily with alot less effort and it has a really soft mouth bit that sits well in your mouth and doesn't bite the inside of your mouth.
Now you might be expecting these two items to cost an arm or a leg but they are cheap as chips at R300 for the set and well worth it for either a backup mask or even as your main one.
Let us know if you would like to try a pair out.
Contact Eckart on capespearfishing2@gmail.com or 082 577 9162

http://www.capespearfishing.blogspot.com/
you guys will have to check out the blog for the photos!

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Re: Reef Inferno Mask and Snorkel review

Post  Dieter on Mon Sep 13, 2010 12:03 am

Hey Eckart ,

I purchased 2 of these snorkels from Sportsmans warehouse the other day as i lost the 1 omer zoom snorkel i had.

Well For the R 90.00 bucks that i paid i really cannot complain , it really is a fantastic buy.

What i really liked about it , is the fact that when you are surfacing and by chance your snorkel tends to get caught in the kelp , your mask generally gets pulled off your face , however with this product , the snorkel bends and the mask stays where it should be.

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Post  spearouys on Thu Sep 16, 2010 6:47 am

I bought a few of these masks for some mates of mine and must say I was quite impressed with it soft silicone and sits comfortable on the face for the price it's well worth the money. a bit heavy mask squeeze after 18m or so but it's quite low volume so nut much air needed to equalize it again.
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