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Product description

Description:

- Length: 34cm/ 13.4 inches

- Strong solid marine grade aluminum alloy materials

- It can be used to point out interesting subsea creatures to your , anchor yourself off the fragile corals or rough rocks, but more importantly you can use the stick as a tank banger to attract attention.

- A strong wrist strap with draw string cord lock for adjustment to the best comfort.

- With measuring on the stick, you can do some simple measurement.

Package Includes:

1 Piece Diving Stick Pointer

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