Cressi Gamma Snorkel Clear/Pink

Dive Pink & Fight Breast Cancer. Includes a $3 Donation

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About Cressi Gamma Snorkel

Gamma Snorkel has a Semi-Dry Profiled Splash-Guard that Drastically Reduces Water Entering the Snorkel Tube from Splashing of Wind and Waves, without Blocking the Breathing Tube. An Adjustable Snorkel Keeper Attachment System for Quick-Attachment to the Mask Strap runs along the snorkel tube for Perfect Positioning. New Drainage Well that draws all the Residual Water to the Bottom end of the Tube, Preventing Blockage of Breathing. Internal Elliptical One-Way Purge Valve optimizes Water Drainage, making it quick and easy to purge the Snorkel Clear.

Snorkel has a High-Quality 100% Removable and Angled Silicone Mouthpiece attached to a Lower Corrugated Section that Reduces Jaw Fatigue when used for prolonged periods of time. The Corrugated Section also quickly Drops-Away from the Diver's Mouth when switching from the Snorkel to the Scuba Regulator. Snorkel is available in 8 color choices of Yellow, Blue, Clear, Red, Orange, Pink, Light Blue or Black/Silver and comes with a 12 month limited warranty.

DIVE PINK & FIGHT BREST CANCER! For every Pink Snorkel $3 will be donated to fight breast cancer.

Warranty Information

This product has a limited warranty of 12 months.

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Cressi Gamma Snorkel Features

  • Cressi Gamma Snorkel
  • Profile Splash Guard
  • Semi-Dry Design
  • Keeps Out Water from Wind and Waves
  • Easy Adjust Snorkel Keeper Attachment
  • Drainage Well for Dryer Breathing
  • Elliptical One-Way Purge Valve
  • High-Quality 100% Removable and Angled Silicone Mouthpiece
  • Lower Corrugated Section
  • Mouthpiece & Corrugated Tube Reduces Jaw Fatigue
  • Corrugated Section Drops-Away from Diver's Mouth when Switching from Snorkel to Scuba Regulator
  • 8 Color Choices: Yellow, Blue, Clear, Red, Orange, Pink, Light Blue or Black/Silver
  • 1 Year Limited Warranty

Cressi Gamma Snorkel Specifications

Materials
Mouthpiece: Silicone Rubber
Purge Valve
Yes
Tube Style
Contoured
Entry Style
Semi-Dry
Corrugated Lower Tube
Yes
Removable Mouthpiece
Yes
Available in the Following Colors:
Clear/Orange, Clear/Red, All Clear, Black/Silver, Clear/Blue, Clear/Pink, Clear/Yellow, Lt Blue
Weight [with packaging]
0.35 lb

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Cressi Gamma Snorkel
 
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      3.0

      okay for the money

      By castanagajt

      from Las Vegas

      About Me Novice Diver

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      Pros

      • Price

      Cons

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

      Best Uses

      • Pool
      • Scuba Diving
      • Snorkeling

      Comments about Cressi Gamma Snorkel:

      For the price it is actually all right. It is plenty good for surface swimming as supposed to be. That's the best it goes.

      the bad well the clip is a piece of junk so buy the silicone snorkel holder for a 1.00 once you get this snorkel in your hands.

      If you are budget minded, buy it. But 15.00 or so can get you a better snorkel.

      The purge valve tends to leak water in, strange but it really does. It takes two deep breaths to clear this snorkel. mouth piece is very narrow and causes jaw fatigue.

      • Sizing:
      • Feels too small

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      3.0

      It's Okay

      By Cannonball

      from NYC

      About Me Beginner

      Pros

      • Purge Valve

      Cons

        Best Uses

        • Snorkeling

        Comments about Cressi Gamma Snorkel:

        I like Cressi snorkels because they are well made, and don't feel cheap like most other brands including the Aqualung Impulse. However this snorkel is just very awkward the mouthpiece is on the small side the angle when placed on the head makes it prone to flood. Overall I'd say go for the Delta snorkel.

        • Sizing:
        • Feels too small

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        3.0

        So-so snorkel

        By Nex

        from Chicago

        About Me Recreational Diver

        Verified Buyer

        Pros

        • Comfortable Mouthpiece

        Cons

        • Easily detaches from mask
        • Mouth piece falls off

        Best Uses

        • Snorkeling

        Comments about Cressi Gamma Snorkel:

        Overall good snorkel if you stay on the surface. If you decide to dive down ( even just 4-5 feet) it has problems staying attached to your mask, especially on the way up. On many occasions it detached itself from my mask strap on the way to the surface and on a couple occasions the mouth piece fell off from the snorkel. If you are not prepared it could be a problem when you push yourself from the bottom at 15 feet with a little air left.

        • Sizing:
        • Feels true to size

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        3.0

        Good enough for the money

        By Tojisha

        from Narragansett, RI

        About Me Divemaster

        Verified Buyer

        Pros

        • Comfortable Mouthpiece
        • Good adjustability

        Cons

        • Clip falls off easily
        • Hard to completely purge

        Best Uses

        • Recreation

        Comments about Cressi Gamma Snorkel:

        I received this as compensation for a job and gladly use it, but likely would not purchase again. The wave-guide is acceptable if waves are from your left, but if they're on your right it channels them into the snorkle. If you move quickly the snorkle twists and adjusts itself. You would probably be better off just getting a straight tube snorkle.

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        Shopper  Is this snorkel a collapsable snorkel?
        GEORGE B  No, but the bottom part is flexible and the whole snorkel is compact.
        Shopper  Is this a dry snorkel?
        LeisurePro S  This would be considered a semi-dry snorkel. While it significantly reduces water entering the top of the snorkel from splashing on the surface, it will not keep out the water if you dive under the surface.
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