• Please be sure to use with parental supervision for children’s safety.
  • Please do not use in the following conditions: Strong Water Current, High Waves, Deep Water, and Slippery Surfaces
  • The Viewing Bucket is not for collecting/storing fish, shellfish, or other things.
  • Storing any heavy object may cause the lens to be detached from the bucket.
  • Always check to make sure the lens is securely attached to the bucket before use.
  • Placing the lens surface on a non-smooth surface may cause permanent scratches on the lens surface.
  • When the lens surface is scratched, do not polish with a cleaner.
  • Do not use an organic solvent such as thinner or alcohol for removing dirt.
  • If you are concerned about dirt, please wash with hand soap, then rinse thoroughly with fresh water.
  • Leaving the Viewing Bucket in high-temperature areas such as a car may cause permanent damage or discoloration.
  • For Parents: Do not walk while using the Viewing Bucket. This may lead to major injuries due to instability.
  • Please be sure to use with parental supervision for children’s safety.
  • Please do not use in the following conditions: Strong Water Current, High Waves,  Deep Water,  Slippery Surfaces
  • Make sure to inflate with the appropriate amount of air before use.
  • If the Snorkeling Float is filled with enough air, it is normal to see some wrinkles on the circumference.
  • The float material may soften when placed under hot sunlight for a long period of time.
  • When inflating the float, be sure not to over inflate.
  • The air stopper has a double structure of a plug and a valve.
  • Please be sure to insert the plug firmly inside the valve.
  • When it becomes difficult to insert the plug, please apply a little bit of water around the plug.
  • If you put too much air, the air plug may pop out.
  • Wash thoroughly with fresh water after use. Shake off gently to dry off most of the moisture.
  • Do not keep inside a car, a trunk, or other places under high temperature.
  • Do not jump on the float.
  • The Snorkel Float is not a lifeboat or life-saving device.
  • If you’re using for the first time, please practice several times in a small pool or water area.
  • Contact with sharp objects such as a rocky corner, pile, gravel shell fragments, glass pieces, metal pieces, and wood pieces may puncture the body of the float, causing it to deflate.
  • Keep away from any fire object such as cigarettes and lighters.
  • Avoid using a high-pressure air pump.
  • Do not put head or hips in the viewing hole of the float.
  • These socks are for keeping your feet warm and preventing injuries when wearing fins. It should not be used without fins or for any other purpose.
  • Do not walk on slippery surfaces with socks on, or walk around in wet socks.
  • If you use the socks in a swimming pool, please note that discoloration will occur due to the use of chlorine in a swimming pool.
  • These socks are made from synthetic rubber. If you get a "rash" or "itchy skin," please stop using them immediately and see a doctor.
  • After use, please wash the inside and outside with fresh water and dry under cool a shaded area.
  • Hand wash only. Do not use the washing machine or dryer to clean these socks.
  • If you leave the socks in contact with other products in a wet condition, the discoloration may occur. Please keep away from other products when wet.
  • To clean, please wash gently with a diluted neutral detergent. Do not use bleach or chlorine type as it may cause discoloration.
  • The sock fabric is flammable. Keep away from fire or any heat source.
  • To make it easy to put the socks on and take them off, two holes – one near the toes and one in the instep of the foot – are strategically placed on the socks. These are vent holes, and not defective.