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Front snorkel - where to get

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sjkidd2002

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Hi everyone - Im looking for somewhere in the UK to get a front snorkel (finswimming :) style) to use whilst practising my finning technique - any help where I might be able to get one much appreciated.
thanks
 

sjkidd2002

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aah thanks - the FINIS seems to be about 23 GBP here. - did a search on FINIS and came up with bournesports.com :)
Simon
 
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subaquaticus

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commonerg said:
Lots of companies market them.

I really like the Finis snorkel, but it's $40 USD.

Water Way has a nice line of 4 snorkles with different shapes for different types of swimming. They are around $15 USD.
http://www.finswimworld.com/snorkels.htm

SpecialFins also makes one - 15 Eur but the mouthpiece optional and I assume an extra cost.
http://www.specialfins.com/eng_products.php?product_id=33

interesting !

I have had several front snorkels in my life :

1. one Europalmus ; not bad...

2. a Ukrainian one with no mouth piece and with a sharp piece of iron forewards : pretty dangerous if you bump into some body !

3. a Breyer one... it is complicate to put on ; risk to lose a little pice for adjustinf the tube to the frame... in addition if I swim underwater, there is a lot of fluttering !

that is why I strongly envisage to acquire a Finis front snorkel ; they do one "special freestyle" !

http://www.swimoutlet.com/product_p/3029.htm

I need a snorkel better adjusted allowing me to swim underwater with no problem..
 
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