Typhoon Eon Semi-dry Snorkel

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Typhoon Eon Semi-dry Snorkel

The Eon snorkel has a soft but durable silicone mouthpiece to give a good fit, says Typhoon, adding that the silicone corrugated piping keeps it comfortable even on long dives or snorkels.

The “advanced semi-dry top” is claimed to keep more water out, and there is a purge valve and built-in whistle for emergencies. Available in a wide range of colours including black and orange variants with metallic spray finish, the Eon costs £15.

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29-Jun-17

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