Salamander Squeeze Nose Clips

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Best nose clips ever

These clips stay on and keep the water out. CKS is about the last place that carries them so I’m very thankful to them for being sane enough to know a good product when they see it.

Elizabeth P.
United States United States

Best I've Found

For whatever reason, I have trouble with nose plugs coming off. I've tried just about every brand, and these are the ones that work best for me. The spring is strong (though I haven't found it to be too strong, as another reviewer did). I've never tried the band-aid trick mentioned below, but I recently discovered that cleaning them, and my nose, with isopropyl alcohol before paddling does wonders for helping them stay put. now I keep a small Nalgene dropper bottle of isopropyl in my paddling bag.

Kevin H.

Salamander Squeeze Nose Clips For lap swimming with snorkel

Good positive hold for keeping water out and easy to lanyard to the snorkel so they don't get lost. Comfortable! Will see how durability works out, although they are much more stout that any other plugs on the market.

Mike S.
United States

I use a band aid underneath for better grip

I like this style of clip and hate water up my nose which gives me sinus issues. These don't stay on well for me, but i discovered a solution which is to put a band aid across my nose first so they stick to the fabric. I wish I could get older harmony clips that had an integrated cord which wraps on both sides back astound your face to help them stay put. That's progress for you.Good since they seem to be the only game in town.

P A.

Works fine, doesn't slip off

Works fine, doesn't slip off the nose. Only issue... the spring is too strong, and just plain hurts when left on more than a few minutes. You can stretch the spring so that there's less pressure, but it would be better if the spring were lighter... had a greater range of action, and weren't so strong. (like another brand I've had for a long time, but don't know the name of).

Frank B.
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