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Freedive masks have some features and advantages over normal dive masks such as low internal volume and soft silicone material that make them ideal for freediving. Our recommendation is to buy a good quality product from trusted freedive gear manufacturers like Mares, Cressi, Omer or Salvimar that will last for years. It is good to have a secondary mask too just in case you lose or break the main one. Read this how to choose a freediving mask guide for a detailed explanation, or check the best freediving masks
Freediving fins help you to achieve optimal power transfer. They are longer, more flexible and responsive than scuba or snorkeling fins. Beginner freediving equipment kits usually include, plastic freediving fins that are cheap and durable. Later on, it is good to change to fiberglass fins with long blades that are more powerful, while at a professional level, carbon freedive fins work the best.
Using a snorkel provides you with comfortable breathing while swimming on the surface. Some freedivers prefer to breathe-up through snorkel, while others rarely use it. It is up to you what technique you apply (practice both and decide which one is more comfortable) but a snorkel essentially is a worth-to-buy part of your freediving equipment.
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Freediving fin bag
Buying a freedive bag that is designed to fit longfins will not only protect your valuable gear from unwanted damages, but also makes carrying them easy. Depending on your needs, you can choose from simple fin bags to waterproof backpacks that can hold all your freedive gear and speargun too, the choice is yours.
Freediving nose clip
Some freedivers prefer to use swim goggles with a nose clip over freediving masks. A nose clip can provide you with great benefits while pool training or deep-dive session too such as hands-free equalization and air-saving, but you might need some time to learn the way of using it on the right way.
At some places, it is already mandatory using a high-visibility surface marker buoy with a ‘Diver down’ sign and dive flag attached, but even if it’s not, think about your own safety and get one. Inflatable freediving buoys are important not only in terms of safety, but can also be useful when you get tired, so you have something to rest on.