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77 Mike said:Just playing the devils advocate here. But that site does not seem like an independent, third party site. It is registered to the same company that safarisnorkel.com is registered to. Plus the link that sticks out on the safarisnorkel.com homepage seems suspicious.
That said, it does look like good info and the laboratory results seem legit.
It's not. It's Safari's attempt to get you not to buy a knock off snorkel.
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Spike Strip said:So you mean the science is junk (or false), and SS is just trying to scare people away from the Chinese copies, or you agree the copies are crap ?
My experience with Chinese (not Taiwanese) copies of anything is not good...
Devilmans Hand said:you could always pay someone to bend you a stainless steel snorkel. Put your choice of air scoop or precleaner on top.
Prob end up being stronger and cheaper than the plastic types.