Typhoon TS3 Snorkel Reviews
Product Type: Typhoon Water Sport
Description:Manufacturer: Typhoon / Sports Type: Diving - Snorkel
Newest Review: ... the box does seem to seal quite well. To be honest, it does leak very slightly over quite a time, which you could probably ... more
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Last Update 07.03.2014 00:07
Customer Typhoon TS3 Snorkel Reviews (3)
by - written on 12/06/12 (Very useful, 81 readings)
I really got into snorkelling a few years ago on a holiday to the Red Sea (just like swimming in a giant tropical fish tank!!). But for quite a while, I use to just use the traditional style of snorkel with the silicon mouth piece connected to a stiff plastic pipe that bent around your head. Great for everyday holiday snorkelling, but after a while I would find that water would slowly collect in the bottom of the pipe, and then when you turned your head, you would suddenly get a mouthful of sea water mid-breath, which is never good. You could try blowing out as you go along, but you never seem to be able to get rid of all the water from the pipe, and obviously diving . Read the complete review
by - written on 03/05/11 (Very useful, 90 readings)
After my first holiday experience of snorkeling, I decided to get my own gear. I had been advised not to go for the all-in sets which on the face of it, seem to offer best value, but to purchase the items separately and get the best you can for mask, snorkel and fins. I went to the Decathlon store in Nottingham to have a look around at snorkelling equipment but they didn't have much choice and the main brand stocked was Tribord which a friend had told me to avoid. (I subsequently bought Tribord fins off ebay and they were fine). So I went to a local dive shop, where there was more choice but where the prices were a bit higher. It was there that I saw the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/10/10, updated on 02/05/11 (Very useful, 182 readings)
I enjoy snorkelling and bought my Typhoon TS3 snorkel a few years ago for a holiday, having lost the original snorkel I bought when I started diving. I wanted a basic, but comfortable and reliable snorkel, and I didn't want to pay a fortune for what is, after all, just a plastic tube. Typhoon International is a British brand, originally called ET Skinner and founded in 1947. The founder, Oscar Gugen, also started a small diving club that grew over the years and is now known as the British Sub Aqua Club (BSAC). Typhoon produces a range of diving, sailing and general watersports equipment, supplying the RNLI and the British Armed Forces as well as selling to ... Read the complete review
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