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Aldi Snorkel with full Mask - (Similar to the decathlon easy breathe) - £17.99
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Aldi Snorkel with full Mask - (Similar to the decathlon easy breathe) - £17.99

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(Similar to the decathlon easy breathe)

Shhhhh! You are giving away Aldi/Lidl entire business model!

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Let's go caving!
(Similar to the decathlon easy breathe)

Shhhhh! You are giving away Aldi/Lidl entire business model!

Is this in store only.
Do these actually work in reality without misting up?
jasee50 m ago

Do these actually work in reality without misting up?


The ones from decathlon do
jasee14/07/2018 20:52

Do these actually work in reality without misting up?


Best trick I've found is to clean/dry the inside of the mask/goggles thoroughly before going in, seems there's lass for mist to "latch on" to.
Roger_Irrelevant11 m ago

Best trick I've found is to clean/dry the inside of the mask/goggles …Best trick I've found is to clean/dry the inside of the mask/goggles thoroughly before going in, seems there's lass for mist to "latch on" to.



With convensional masks? I use spit or special anti-mist stuff. Neither work very well. Or keep a bit of water in the mask which you can swill round the mask by lowering your head and shaking it.
For good diving experience (no water leaks and comfort) any musk MUST be tried on the face before purchasing. This is done by holding in your breath, mouth and nose and pressing the mask against the face, to see if mask skirt all around. If mask stays on, buy it, if not, you need to find another for your face shape.
As for mask misting up, you need to degrece the inner lense surface. This is done by using either mask defog or saliva (no joke). Both work, I've been diving for 7 years
Edited by: "dimon72" 14th Jul 2018
jasee14/07/2018 20:52

Do these actually work in reality without misting up?


No. Bought the Aldi one and it is terrible. Mists up almost immediately
Roger_Irrelevant25 m ago

Best trick I've found is to clean/dry the inside of the mask/goggles …Best trick I've found is to clean/dry the inside of the mask/goggles thoroughly before going in, seems there's lass for mist to "latch on" to.


Wiping the inside of the mask with toothpaste works fairly well. Rinse off afterwards, obviously!
My missus keeps trying to get me in to diving, I don't mind putting my head in for a while but I need to keep coming up for air
Philim8 m ago

No. Bought the Aldi one and it is terrible. Mists up almost immediately



thanks for that
dimon7219 m ago

For good diving experience (no water leaks and comfort) any musk MUST be …For good diving experience (no water leaks and comfort) any musk MUST be tried on the face before purchasing. This is done by holding in your breath, mouth and nose and pressing the mask against the face, to see if mask skirt all around. If mask stays on, buy it, if not, you need to find another for your face shape.As for mask misting up, you need to degrece the inner lense surface. This is done by using either mask defog or saliva (no joke). Both work, I've been diving for 7 years



Diving is (probably) in this respect, different from snorkelling? I don't know, I've never dived but I've snorkelled a lot. The decathlon says its system keeps the mask fog free. It's a bit more expensive but may be worth it if it does.
I nearly purchased this for my son last year..... imo highly dangerous few people have drowned using them, it won't let me copy link... but google it,
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Amazon has these and so do eBay I purchased one seems decent.
Never known a company to counterfeit so much stuff and get away with it !
If i made sports footwear and called them “Pike” and made the logo to be and upside down swoosh... I would need to lawyer up.... big time !
I really want one of these, until I see people with them on
lynn448 h, 39 m ago

I nearly purchased this for my son last year..... imo highly dangerous few …I nearly purchased this for my son last year..... imo highly dangerous few people have drowned using them, it won't let me copy link... but google it,


Did google it, and there is a lot of speculative stuff coming from a few incidents in Hawaii, even though most drownings happened with 2 piece masks.
I did find one article though, that seened to have a balanced and rational view
diveguernsey.co.uk/blo…ts/
Get yourself down to Poundland! 2 sets for £2
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People drown using these.
I use one for sea swimming BUT you can't dive with these as you'll very quickly drown! Also work best if your clean shaven. As for misting up not really noticed but mines from decathlon two years ago
hiscos18 h, 54 m ago

Is this in store only.


No. You can use them at the beach, in a lake. In a swimming pool. Pretty much wherever really.
Any masks that fogs up will more than likely have a layer of packing grease on them. Easily cleaned using toothpaste/rinse clear/toothpaste/ rinse clear technique. After this run a hot tap and hold the mask over it to check for spots that may need another toothpaste cleanse. After that "anti fog" or spit in the mask, rub round the lenses and then rinse once. This will stop fogging...

However dont use these masks,can cause shallow water blackouts and drowning!!!

Divemaster with 12 years experience.
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