is this a stretchy, silicone type keeper?
It is not soft like the silicone kind. it's a hard, rubbery material. It is not overly stretchy, but it is very flexible.
No it is not. It is plastic, and not rubber. It does not stretch at all.
No, not as stretchy as the ones of yesteryear that you may remember.
I've used the old ones as octopus [alternate second stage regulator] keepers.
These work OK for snorkel keepers, but are relatively stiff.
I got a few different ones over the years. Yes, I think its the lush squishy one
If so it's real nice and substantial.
The stretchy silicon snorkel keeper is a most versatile item in your gear bag. It can hold your octo to your BC, replace a broken snorkel clip or an assortment of quick fixes. McGiver would not be without one.
This is the really nice keeper that stretches but is extremely strong.
Smells good too!
I went ahead and re ordered about ten because my buddies are always loosing mine.
The local dive shops are a really poor quality and tend to deteriorate with UV exposure. these are just the best you can get.
I personally recommend.
Not super stretchy like a gummy worm, but more of a solid, substantial silicone (withlimited stretch).
Yes, it has a small amount of stretch, easy to fit many snokles and around a mask strap.