Originally Posted by Inukshuk
I probably have one of the oldest Safari Snorkels in the US as it was privately imported before 2000. A few parts of the grill I have cracked from impacts but the rest is like new. 14+ years?
They are time proven.
This one belongs to a local customer of mine, it is at least 14-15 years old as well. Laid it on its side and it flexed right back afterwords. This flop was in 2001? and the rig is still running driving as a daily driver year round in Utah