• A snorkel makes it easy for you to breathe when swimming on the water, and also helps to stabilize your position while snorkeling.
  • A snorkel is what you use while swimming on the water. You can not breathe using a snorkel under the water surface.
  • Be sure to check the following list properly, and stop using it immediately if you find any defects.
    • The drain valve is firmly attached (for snorkels that include a drain valve).
    • No foreign object such as dust or sand is caught in the drain valve. (You can use it once all foreign objects are properly removed.)
    • No damage to the mouthpiece
    • The mouthpiece fits firmly in your mouth.
  • Mask and snorkel must be attached properly to avoid any separation while snorkeling.
  • When the water enters the snorkel, it is necessary to clear out the water by blowing through the mouthpiece and snorkel pipe. Therefore, it is important to use the appropriate snorkel size for the children. If the water in the snorkel is not drained properly, you may accidentally drink the water while snorkeling.
  • Biting down on the snorkel mouthpiece too hard may damage and break the mouthpiece in pieces. Please be careful.
  • The snorkel may not return to its original shape if the snorkel is bent too hard or stays in a bent shape for too long. Please be careful.
  • While snorkeling, the snorkel tip must be out of water (on the surface of the water) in order for you to breathe. If the snorkel tip is under the water, then the water will enter the snorkel. This will prevent you from breathing through the snorkel. Be careful not to drink the water while snorkeling.
  • When the mask and snorkel are attached, please do not carry the mask and snorkel by just the snorkel pipe as the snorkel adapter may come off from the pipe.