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I agree with all that MechDiver said, but don't buy the OM Dry snorkle, which I did in a weak moment at my LDS. Although it was large bore, etc.... The #%$# thing got stuck, and was unusable, the first and only time I needed it, in bad conditions, while low on air, never have used it or any snorkle since
MechDiver once bubbled... Whatever will fit in the bag you leave in the car
If you want a snorkle that you actually use for snorkling, get something with a large bore, purge valves and flex tubing. If you want one for diving, well, see note above.
The mask really has nothing to do with the snorkle that I can think of.MD