Seaview Snorkel Instructions

SNORKEL TUBE INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS

To begin, slip the snorkel tube over the mount on top of the mask. The plastic tab on the snorkel tube should be facing behind the mask.

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Once the tube hits the colored O-ring seal, gently push it forward while moving the tube side-to-side and pushing down firmly. Angling the tube is important so that it can work itself over the O-ring

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Push firmly until the tube is flush with the mount on the mask. Do not use excessive force to install the tube. This tight fit helps prevent leaking while the mask is in use.

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INTRODUCTION

Congratulations on your new Seaview 180° full-face snorkel purchase. Snorkeling just got easier! Seaview 180° is intended for surface snorkeling and allows you to breathe easily without lifting your head from the surface of the water. This snorkel mask is not intended for use in freediving or scuba diving. Please follow the instructions in this booklet carefully to maximize your snorkel experience and to maintain safe use of the product.

PREPARATION

When at the snorkel location, make sure there is no sand on the mask or tube. Sand can scratch the mask and impair breathing. If there is sand, rinse using water to clear sand from the breathing tube.

Once the mask is clean and ready for use, attach the breathing tube. Make sure the breathing tube is clear of debris.

CHECKING THE SEAL

Pull the straps of the mask over your head and check the fit of the mask on your face. It should create a full seal around your face. Breath normally to check for any leaks. If you feel a slight pressure change when you breath then you have a good seal. If the mask is too loose or too tight take the mask off of your face and adjust the straps accordingly.
Please note that facial hair could prevent a proper seal and may cause leaking in the mask. For an optimal experience, shave any facial hair you may have.

USE

Seaview 180° is designed to be used on the surface of the water rather than as a free diving mask. Once in the water, swim on the surface and breathe calmly through either your mouth or nose. Calm breathing helps prevent fogging. Keeping your chin slightly up will create the best breathing experience. If you feel any obstruction to your breathing, it may be due to the snorkel being covered in water temporarily. The dry snorkel design will prevent water from entering through the top of the snorkel. If water leaks into your mask, simply lift your head out of the water and it will drain out of the chin valve. No need to remove your mask to clear it of water.

CARE

To maximize the life of your Seaview 180°, rinse and soak with tap water using a small amount of detergent to help with cleaning. Wipe the mask down with a microfiber or non abrasive towel to prevent water spots and then allow the mask to air dry. Store the mask in the included nylon pouch and avoid exposure to direct sunlight and black rubber material as it could stain the silicone insert. Avoid leaving the mask in sandy areas when not in use.

WARRANTY

Seaview 180° comes with a one year warranty that covers manufacturer defects. To register, please visit: www.wildhornoutfitters.com/warranty

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Great Value

I bought this jacket for a friend who is just learning to ski. I’ve been skiing for 55 years so I am very familiar with ski apparel. This jacket had all the important details from the right pockets inside and out, put zips, helmet compatible hood. The tonal design around the shoulders is subtle but nice and I really liked the accent color of the zipper. It is A LOT of jacket for the price and I would highly recommend.

If you are wondering if you need one of these you do!

This is the latest in a series of sound systems I have used over 50 years from Astraltune to Sony Walkman and shock-proof CD players to IPOD, bunch of different headphones and eventually the headphones that go in the helmet with a wire with way-too-small-for-my-mittens on-of switches. This last transition had two goals (1) to get rid of the earphone wire so that the iPhone could get away from the cold and (2) control the volume and play/stop/rewind without having to take off my mittens. From that perspective these are great. The thing pairs with my iPhone very nicely, the buttons are very intuitive and easy to get to, and as an extra bonus I don't have to dig my phone out of my pocket to talk to Mr. Spam Likely when I am on the slopes.

One thing that could be better at least for my helmet is that the recharge wire pokes out of the headphone so to make sure it wont break I need to disconnect it and then take the thing out of the helmet to charge it. It would be nice if there was a way to recharge the headphones without having to mess with that but that is not a big deal really. This is a long way from strapping the 3.5lb Astraltune on my chest not to mention the earplugs and plus the sound quality is great!

One piece of advice if you are new to this: Keep the volume down so that you can still hear the wind (and the snow boarders) but most importantly remember the bumps are not evenly spaced so don't try to ski to the beat of the music. Ski to the melody or the Cadence if you want to be fancy.

Awesome goggles. My grandson loved them because they fit over his glasses.

Awesome helmet/googles

Sent it to my grandson that is 4 , his Dad said it fits great and loves the googles

Best value in helmet audio

Love the battery life and mediocre sound quality. Does high fidelity even matter

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