Cressi’s Spring 3.5 one-piece wetsuit is designed to be worn in waters ranging from the tropical to the marginally warm. Made from Ultraspan neoprene, the suit comes with pre-shaped legs and provides lots of freedom of movement. Its glued and blind-stitched seams minimize water seepage. Wrist and ankle seals are made with a new Aqua-stop smooth-skin cuff. The adjustable neck seal is also smooth-skin neoprene. It is available in six mens sizes and five Spring Lady sizes.
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The Beta semi-dry snorkel from Cressi has a large-bore tube that allows lots of airflow while you’re enjoying the scenery just below the surface. The profiled splash guard deflects water away from the top of the tube when swimming in choppy seas; water that does manage to find its way in is easily expelled through the lower purge valve. A flexible tube section lets the silicone mouthpiece hang out of the way when scuba diving. Cressi’s Sigma snorkel is a smaller version of the Beta, making it easy to pack for dive travel.
Cressi’s R1 jacket-style BC is comfortable and easy to use. It features padding in the back and lumbar areas as well as underneath the shoulders, and the air cell slides on the cummerbund, eliminating body squeeze
Bare Velocity wetsuits feature Progressive Full-Stretch Technology with three full-stretch materials for maximum comfort and durability
The Leonardo is a complete RGBM computer that offers all the functions recreational divers need in a sharp-looking package. It is the first computer completely manufactured by Cessi Electronic, a new division of the company introduced this year. This sleek wristwatch-style dive computer is a single-gas unit, has a user-changeable battery and is nitrox-capable to 50 percent. The large, single button lets divers access all, easy-to-read screens. And, with no wet contacts used on the unit, the Leonardo stays free of rust.
The wristwatch design of Cressi’s Edy II is striking, but this dive computer offers tons of functionality in addition to its sleek good looks. The Edy II offers dive, gauge and free dive modes. You can easily set it for nitrox diving, adjust the depth alarms and access the normal dive-log and watch functions. Programmable depth and time alarms keep you within a comfortable range, and there are three safety settings so you can adjust it for more conservative or more liberal diving. Click here for more info.
Based on a design used in Cressi’s successful free-diving line, the classically crafted Master Frog paddle fin offers performance-minded divers pure power for a great price.
The Pro Light is an extremely light and well-balanced fin that’s surprisingly responsive and powerful.The compact blade features a soft rubber center panel that’s flanked by thermoplastic stiffeners and flexible yet supportiv
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High-stretch neoprene offers tropical protection
Cressi’s popular raked-glass single-window Piuma mask is now available with Cressi’s exclusive crystal-clear silicone. This silicone creates a mask skirt that is so close to total transparency, it simply has to be seen to be believed. Even better, this super-clear silicone is hypo-allergenic, and it’s able to resist aging and yellowing better than traditional silicones. It’s also soft, so it can comfortably conform to the face for a leak-free fit.
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