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The Zoom snorkel series has been developed, by our technicians, specifically for spearfishing and freediving. The shapes of the anallergic silicone mouthpiece and the air tube have been ergonomically designed to follow the profile of the spearfishermans face, to greatly reduce its visibility during the dives. The internal diameter of the tube is 20mm, a specific dimension to optimize the air flow rate. The strap holder is easy to use and reduced to minimal dimensions. The tube of the Zoom Pro is manufactured in TPU, an extremely flexible plastic material with a high mechanical strength used mainly for articles subjected to wear and for all heavy-duty engineering components. The tube will undergo no swelling in water and wont yellow under the action of UV light. The snorkel has a high rebound elasticity and snappiness, allowing the diver to fold it when it is not needed, and to take it out whenever the use of a snorkel becomes a necessity. Still, it is rigid enough not to vibrate during the ascent. The Zoom Transparent is part of the Inshore hunting line by Marco Bardi. The silicone mouthpiece, the rigid PVC tube and the strap holder are all manufactured in crystal clear plastic materials with the specific intention of making it completely invisible when submerged. This is based on the simple but effective idea that the perfect camouflage is in fact transparency. The Zoom snorkel is the same as the Zoom Pro but it features a non-foldable rigid PVC tube. The Zoom Med and Ocean Mimetic feature a non-foldable rigid PVC tube treated with an extremely durable three dimensional camouflaged coating film. The same treatment is applied on the mask holder. The mouth bite is manufactured in green silicone for the Med Mimetic model and in blue silicone for the Ocean Mimetic model.
Please note that Freediving and spearfishing are inherently dangerous sports and should only be undertaken by experienced, well-trained divers. More powerful spearguns must be fired with two hands and a locked elbow to prevent injury from excess recoil. Do not load or unload your speargun out of the water, treat every speargun as if it were loaded. Never point your speargun at anything you do not intend to shoot. Before you begin your dive, be sure to check all your gear. You should never dive alone and your equipment should be serviced regularly. You should always plan your dive and dive your plan. You should discuss safety precautions, your plan, and contingency plans with everyone onboard BEFORE you dive. Communication among divers and operators is imperative. Failure to adhere to these guidelines could potentially result in physical harm or death. Blue Tuna Spearfishing is not responsible for any loss, damage, harm, or death caused by using any of our products.