Best Snorkel Vest for the money in 2019. Tried, tested & reviewed
While snorkeling is a great way to get out of the house and spend some time with friends and family, it is important that you have the proper gear while out on the water. One of the first things you’ll want are a good pair of goggles. Whether that be a full face snorkel mask or your more standard pair of goggles, you’ll want to make sure you have a pair that is ready for a full day of use.
Next, you’ll want to make sure you have a good pair of fins. Whether that be a pair of float tube fins or some fins specifically designed for snorkeling, you’ll want to make sure you’re comfortable swimming with these fins on for long durations of time. Finally, one of the most important pieces of equipment you’ll want to make sure you have before you even enter the water is a good snorkeling vest.
These vests help you with overall flotation, allowing you to spend even more time in the water. They are also a life preserver, help you to maintain your buoyancy if you find yourself struggling to maintain afloat. If you’re on the market of a snorkel vest or you’re just looking for some of the top snorkeling vest currently available, you’re in luck.
Here are our picks for the best snorkel vests for the money in 2019.
The Rrtizan Adult Inflatable Snorkel Vest offers buoyancy that makes it easier to snorkel. This is a great option for beginner snorkelers and those who simply want to snorkel with safety and ease.
This inflatable snorkel vest measures approximately 20.5 x 17.75 when fully inflated. When deflated and stored in the included carrying case, it’s not much bigger than your typical pocketbook.
Among the most notable features of this snorkel vest is that it quickly inflates and deflates using a mouth tube. Ordinarily, it shouldn’t take much more than 15 seconds to fully inflate it. You can even re-inflate the vest when you’re already in the water for as long as the mouth tube isn’t submerged.
To make sure that the vest stays in place, it is fastened using both a waist strap and a crotch strap. Both are 60 inches long and are fully adjustable so it can fit adults of all sizes.
While it comes in black, it also comes in a variety of bright colors (neon yellow, orange, and pink), which comes handy in emergency situations.
The X-Lounger Inflatable Snorkeling Vest helps you float on water to keep safe and minimize fatigue when snorkeling. Unlike regular life vests, it allows you to keep your head in the water when snorkeling and above water when doing a backstroke.
It is made of a tear-resistant nylon and measures 25 x 17.3 inches. When folded and rolled up, it is not much larger than a folding umbrella at 9 x 3 inches.
This snorkeling vest is inflated by mouth using the mouth tube. The average person should be able to inflate it within 15 seconds. Deflating should be just as easy by inserting the cap into the valve. For as long as the valve isn’t submerged, you can use it to adjust your buoyancy even when you’re already in the water.
The X-Lounger Inflatable Snorkeling Vest is secured using a waist strap and a crotch strap. The waist strap is 46.5 inches long and the crotch strap is 61 inches long. It comes in neon green, neon orange, and bright red for maximum visibility. It also includes a life-saving whistle for emergency situations.
The Scuba Choice adult snorkel vest measures 27 x 19 inches and has a neck size of 27 inches. It is a good option for snorkeling because it has the over-the-neck design, which keeps you safe while keeping your head submerged. It will also keep your head above water when swimming using a backstroke.
This snorkel vest is made of a tear-resistant nylon and comes in neon yellow and is suited for adults weighing up to 200 pounds. It is meant to be fastened using a chest strap as well as a crotch strap so you can be sure it doesn’t slide off when you’re in the water.
This vest is meant to be inflated by mouth using the conveniently placed air valve. The same valve has a quick-release feature so you can deflate your vest easily.
Using this, you can adjust your buoyancy, even when you’re already in the water. You can release some air when you want to go deeper in the water, and then re-inflate if you want to float again.
The Lesberg Inflatable Snorkel Vest is made of durable polyester and PVC. It comes in very bright colors (neon green, neon orange, bright pink, wathet blue, and neon yellow) for maximum visibility but the stitching around the neck and along the sides are black polyester. This vest is a good option for adults weighing up to 220 pounds. The waist strap can be adjusted to a maximum of 60 inches.
When inflated, the Lesberg inflatable snorkel vest measures approximately 20.5 x 15.75 inches. When deflated and rolled up, it’s not much larger than a typical umbrella.
It inflates by mouth using a tube that’s conveniently placed to be accessible yet out of the way when you’re floating on water. To release air and deflate it partially or completely, you push down on the same mouth valve.
This snorkel vest’s over-the-neck design makes it easy to wear and remove. It is kept in place by waist and crotch straps that are fastened with easy-pinch buckles.
The snorkel vest by Faxpot is made of waterproof PVC and covered with an outer layer of tear-resistant nylon. It measures 20.47 x 15.75 inches when fully inflated.
When deflated, it can be rolled up to a size of a folding umbrella or folded and stored in the included mesh bag, which makes it the size of a typical book.
The Faxpot snorkel vest is meant for use by adults weighing up to 220 pounds. It is inflated by mouth using the conveniently located air valve. To inflate, blow air through the valve. It should only take a regular adult approximately 10 seconds to fully inflate it.
To deflate, you simply need to press down on the same valve. It fastens horizontally and vertically using adjustable belts, each measuring 60 inches. These belts are made of durable nylon and secured using safety buckles.
The Faxpot snorkel vest is incredibly easy to put on and remove. It comes in bright blue or neon yellow. This makes you highly visible when wearing it, which is important in emergency situations.
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