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About Cressi Delta 2 Snorkel

Not all people like their Snorkel on the Left Side of the Mask This Tradition of the placement of the Snorkel is due to the Scuba Regulator comes over the right shoulder, so for Convenience and Safety the Snorkel is Worn on the Left The Delta 2 Snorkel is a new Reversible Snorkel (it can be used on the right and left side), designed for Snorkeling, Free-Diving and Scuba Diving

The Snorkel Tube is made from Variable Sectioned Flexible Material to Assist Swimming, and the Top Section is Slightly Bent to follow the Profile of the Diver's Head The Shape of the Semi-Dry Splash-Guard Top has been designed to prevent water from entering the breathing tube when swimming through waves or wind spray

The Self Draining Purge System has an Elliptical One-Way Valve that sits in a Water Collection Well The Well Keeps any Residual Water Away from the Mouthpiece and the Breathing Tube The 100% Silicone Rubber Snorkels Mouthpiece is Replaceable and is the Same Quality as the one used on Cressi Regulators This allows replacement of the mouthpiece rather than replacement of the entire snorkel once the mouthpiece is worn or damaged

The lower end of the Snorkel has a Corrugated Section that has a Smooth Internal Bore which Prevents Trapping Water inside the Snorkel Tube allowing Excess Water to Quickly Drain to the Collection Well Below The Corrugated Section also quickly Drops-Away from the Diver's Mouth when switching from the Snorkel to the Scuba Regulator The Snorkel Keeper Ratchets Up and Down the Snorkel Tube for Perfect Adjustment and Comfort and has a Quick Release Clip for Fast and Easy Removal from the Mask Strap The Cressi Delta 2 Snorkel is available in 6 color choices of Yellow, Blue, White, Clear, Light Blue or Red and is covered by a 12 month limited warranty

The Cressi Delta 2 Snorkel is commonly used for Pool, SCUBA Diving, Snorkeling, Spearfishing and more. The Cressi Delta 2 Snorkel is most used by customers who consider themselves to be a Recreational Diver among others. The Cressi Delta 2 Snorkel is popular because customers like the following qualities of the Cressi Delta 2 Snorkel: Comfortable Mouthpiece, Ergonomic Design, Purge Valve, Resistant To Flooding.

Warranty Information

This product has a limited warranty of 12 months.

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Cressi Delta 2 Snorkel Features

  • Cressi Delta 2 Snorkel
  • Reversible Snorkel Wear-On Left or Right Side of Mask
  • Designed as a Scuba Divers Snorkel
  • Excellent for Snorkeling, Free-Diving
  • Semi-Dry Splash-Guard Top
  • Valve will Keep-Out Waves and Wind Spray
  • Tube Made from Variable Sectioned Flexible Material to Assist Swimming
  • Top Section is Slightly Bent, Follows Profile of Diver's Head
  • Contoured Tube for a Streamline Design
  • Lower Purge Valve Instantly Clears Snorkel Tube of Water
  • Excess Water Quickly Drain to Collection Reservoir
  • Replaceable Regulator Quality Mouthpiece
  • Corrugated Lower Flex Section Quickly Drops-Away from Diver's Mouth
  • Corrugated Lower Flex has Smooth Inner Bore for Rapid Drainage
  • Mouthpiece 100% Silicone Rubber for Durability and Comfort
  • Easy Rapid Adjust and Quick-Release Snorkel Keeper
  • 6 Color Choices: Yellow, Blue, White, Clear, Light Blue or Red
  • 1 Year Limited Warranty

Cressi Delta 2 Snorkel Specifications

Materials
Mouthpiece & Corrugated Tube: Silicone Rubber
Purge Valve
Yes
Tube Style
Contoured
Entry Style
Semi-Dry
Corrugated Lower Tube
Yes
Available in the Following Colors:
All Clear, Clear/Blue, Clear/Orange, Clear/Red, Clear/Yellow, Light Blue, White
Removable Mouthpiece
Yes

Delta 2 Snorkel Customer Reviews

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4.0

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    (3)

  • 3 Stars

     

    (1)

  • 2 Stars

     

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71%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Purge valve (10)
  • Ergonomic (9)
  • Comfortable mouthpiece (8)
  • Resistant to flooding (7)

Cons

  • Causes jaw fatigue (4)

Best Uses

  • Snorkeling (12)
  • Pool (4)
  • Scuba diving (4)
  • Spearfishing (4)
    • Sizing:
    • Feels too small

       

      Feels true to size

       

      100% 

      (11 reviews)

      Feels too large

       
    • Reviewer Profile:
    • Recreational diver (6), Beginner (3)

Most Liked Positive Review

 

good product

The first snorkle I used was a cheapt set from a sports store. I'm happy with this snorkel. I only dive to about 20 feet for a minute or less, but i come up...Read complete review

The first snorkle I used was a cheapt set from a sports store. I'm happy with this snorkel. I only dive to about 20 feet for a minute or less, but i come up and there often times is little water to clear, and the water that is in the tube clears just fine. After about an hour in the water though my jaw begins to feel a little sore. I've tried to adjust the height or how far from the mask it sits a few times, but so far I haven't been able to get it to where it won't eventually bother me.

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

This snorkel sucks.

I hate this snorkel! The first time I used it, a bunch of sand got clogged in the bottom part of the valve and it was nearly impossible to get it out! Every time...Read complete review

I hate this snorkel! The first time I used it, a bunch of sand got clogged in the bottom part of the valve and it was nearly impossible to get it out! Every time I use it, it gets clogged, making accidental water inhalation a common occurrence. I need to clear the snorkel violently way too often to enjoy any activity when using it in the water. Be aware! I will be returning it for another.

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5.0

A Snorkel Connoisseur's Delight!

By Snorkelenir

from Snorkelsville

About Me Advanced

Pros

  • Comfortable Mouthpiece
  • Ergonomic Design
  • Purge Valve

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Free-diving
    • Snorkeling
    • Spearfishing

    Comments about Cressi Delta 2 Snorkel:

    To the untrained snorkelerette this may seem a pretty average piece of equipment, but the avid snorkelenir immediately recognizes it as the most auspicious of specimens. And far from wrong he is: With carefully nurturing (in the manner of slight modifications) one can turn this snorkel - which is pretty dece right from the bag - into a veritable Bombin' Snorkel.

    Some notes about construction:

    Very Durable: the only hard plastic is in the snorkel foot. The main tube is a nice semi flexible material: stiff, but with just enough give not to crack. The silicone tubing is thicker and tougher than in most snorkels and with a nice curve that reduces jaw fatigue by keeping the mouthpiece in your mouth.

    Very nice low profile purge system. A permeable shield protects the delicate valve without comprimising function.

    Tooth pads have a very nice ribbed texture, quite agreeable to the chompers. The mouth piece itself is of heavy, thick construction which prevents cuts and undue wear to the gums.

    Some modifications for advanced snorkelers (snorkelenirs proceed):

    First: rip off the piece of junk "splash guard". This makes breathing much easier, But Beware: Water will now enter the snorkel more frequently. Learn to use your purge valve!

    The stock snorkel clip (keeper) is also piece of junk: Replace immediately.

    There you have it. You have transformed your snorkel into a very functional and aesthetically pleasing article - one that would make a fine addition to anyone's snorkel collection. I have a very fine orange specimen adorning my living room wall. Many vistors remark on how it ties the whole room together. Indeed I've had a problem with some of my house guests feinting upon spying the piece. It seems they mistake it for one of Plato's perfect exemplars. Quite understandable.

    Now onto the CCCs (Yes folks, every product has them):

    Couple'ah Cons to Consider:

    Like others said the purge valve guard will clog with sand, but, obviously, that's only a problem for ostriches or others who frequently bury their head in the sand. Compartment is easily cleaned with water hose.

    If you are a jaw gnasher -like me- you will eventually wear through the tooth pads. And a replacement mouthpiece is near impossible to find.

    • Sizing:
    • Feels true to size

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    3.0

    Not so great...

    By Matt

    from Punta Gorda, FL

    About Me Recreational Diver

    Pros

    • Ergonomic Design

    Cons

    • Causes Jaw Fatigue
    • Difficult To Purge Water
    • Floods Easily

    Best Uses

    • Pool
    • Snorkeling

    Comments about Cressi Delta 2 Snorkel:

    I used this for about 10days in the keys while catching lobsters. I found that the snorkel easily filled with water while being towed behind a boat or in small waves. I am sure this would work great with little to no water movement. Also the purge was very hard to clear, and took several attempts to expel the water.

    • Sizing:
    • Feels true to size

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    5.0

    Best snorkel I've ever owned

    By scubafoolin

    from BVI

    About Me Professional Diver

    Verified Reviewer

    Pros

    • Comfortable Mouthpiece
    • Ergonomic Design
    • No drag
    • Purge Valve
    • Resistant To Flooding

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • Pool
      • Scuba Diving
      • Snorkeling
      • Spearfishing
      • Vacation

      Comments about Cressi Delta 2 Snorkel:

      This snorkel clears fully every time, easily. But its best feature is complete lack of drag - one of the only 'purge' snorkels I have found that you can freedive with zero drag. Fantastic! Lost mine, desperate to replace!! Not cheap but worth it. May need to replace clip though - struggled with that as it can work its way free on ascent.

      • Sizing:
      • Feels true to size

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      5.0

      Great snorkel

      By DM Dan

      from Arlington, VA

      About Me Professional Diver

      Verified Buyer

      Pros

      • easy breathing
      • Ergonomic Design
      • Purge Valve

      Cons

        Best Uses

        • Scuba Diving
        • Snorkeling

        Comments about Cressi Delta 2 Snorkel:

        This is actually the second Delta II I've purchased after giving my original to a friend. Much, much easier to breathe from than the other models I tried. While diving in Hawaii the purge valve got sand in it, but not enough to prevent a good seal. It was also easy to clean the sand out with a hose.

        • Sizing:
        • Feels true to size

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        4.0

        adequate

        By scuba steve

        from tampa, fl

        About Me Novice Diver

        Verified Buyer

        Pros

        • Comfortable Mouthpiece
        • Ergonomic Design

        Cons

          Best Uses

          • Snorkeling

          Comments about Cressi Delta 2 Snorkel:

          product is great except the clip broke easily when i placed it on my mask strap, i'm sure they're cheap to buy though.

          • Sizing:
          • Feels true to size

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