Ocean Pro Enzo Free-Diving Snorkel, Black

SKU: OPREFS MFR: 707.1000.07

About Ocean Pro Enzo Free-Diving Snorkel, Black

The Ocean Pro Enzo Snorkel features an Internal Diameter designed for Optimum Flow Rate and is perfect for Free Diving and Spear Fishing. The Tried and True J"- Style Snorkel design with a Low Profile Contoured Tube for Snag Free and Low Drag around Rocks and Reefs when your On-the-Hunt" looking for that Trophy Fish or just Running-Silent on a Free Dive. Snorkel has a Regular Top, No Valves that can Leak and a Soft and Comfortable Mouthpiece for hours of Snorkeling Fun. Snorkel has a Simple, yet Efficient Snorkel Keeper for attachment to Mask and comes in All Black for that stealthy look.

Warranty Information

This product has a limited warranty of 12 months.

(800) 435-3483

Ocean Pro Enzo Free-Diving Snorkel, Black Features

  • Internal diameter designed for optimum flow rate
  • Designed for Spear-Fishing and Free Diving
  • Contoured Tube Design
  • Low drag and snag free
  • Great Around Rock & Reef while "On-the-Hunt"
  • Tried and True J"- Style Snorkel
  • Regular Top, No Valves
  • Soft and Comfortable Mouthpiece
  • Simple, Efficient Snorkel Keeper
  • Color: Black

Ocean Pro Enzo Free-Diving Snorkel, Black Specifications

Tube Style
Entry Style
Weight [with packaging]
0.3 lb
Mfr #

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Jeremie M  I'd like to know if the keeper keep the snorkel in place? I hate when it goes up and down aand spins around.
Monica s  There are notches to keep it from moving up and down, but I dont have one here to see how loose it may be around the snorkel....when we have one in stock we could check it out. You could also replace with a standard snorkel keeper that would keep it secure....
Shopper  I am looking at a few different snorkels and am wondering about softness of the material. I want a medium softness so it can bend just a little bit - enough to move through kelp etc. easily but not so flimsy and flopping around. I can show you which models I am looking at. Any advice?
Michael C  Most freediving snorkels are designed to have some flex in them. They are flexible but will not flop around. Some are capable of folding up. Good ones and most popular are Blue Reef, Cressi, Omer, Sporasub.
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