“Scuba time” by Vicky Devika

[2nd post for today, you can find the other one below]

Time to present another stunning video from Vicky Devika!

Over the last months, I presented 8 videos of her in which she wore stunning outfits and used all sorts of different scuba masks.

In these videos, some great fantasies of mine come to life, and I am sure that many of you will love these videos as well!

Today I wanna present the video “Scuba time”.

 

Official description by Vicky:

It’s scuba time, and we’re taking this to the next level: a new high definition camera, a new suit, amazing angles and perfect crystal clear water like you’ve never seen before!

Remember the amazing location from my previous clip Cenote Adventure in Latex? Ever since I found that unique location, I had been wanting to scuba dive in this perfect crystal clear warm fresh water.

A lot of thinking and preparation went into making this scene a reality, as I had to take a 30 minute walk into the jungle with all my scuba gear in order to get there. For this reason, I’m donning a small 19cf tank. Anything bigger would have been impossible to carry with me!

You might notice the loud screeching noise made by my failing first stage reg. For those who are into peril scenarios, you’ll certainly take great pleasure in knowing that my gear was in the process of failing.

Indeed, as soon as I hooked up the old vintage reg, I knew something was up because of the horrific sound it made. Nonetheless, after walking this far into the jungle, there was no way I’d abort the dive. I went and dove in, knowing full well that my reg was in its last miles. What would you know, the reg actually failed the next day at home! Knowing this could have happened at any point during the dive really adds to the excitement, don’t you think?

More than half this clip is shot using a new high definition underwater camera in third person view. I’ve also included some second-person footage shot using the action cam as per my previous clips’ style.

Video quality here is incredible crisp, and at many points you can’t even see the water. It just looks like I’m floating in space.

Dive with me for another completely unique scuba adventure!

Here are some images from the video:

(click on the image to enlarge it to full size)

And a preview snippet:

As you should know by now I love masked women, therefore I do have my other blog Maskripper.

If a woman is wearing a mask that she also uses as her breathing device…..it hits two of my fetishes at the same time.

So, I really enjoy seeing Vicky using a gas mask to breathe underwater!

Her new latex suit is pretty awesome as well. With the black zipper and the beavertail, it is cut like a vintage wetsuit…with the big difference that it is actually made from latex.

As you can read in the description above her regulator was close to failing….and yeah, that’s a nice detail to keep in mind while watching this video 😉

Would love to see her using a gas mask with big double hoses as well! The setup she used in the swimming pool.

I think my all-time favorite Technisub scuba mask would also look awesome on her:

Back to the video:

That water is really crystal clear and offers a look that is just perfect for such a video. You won’t find better conditions in open water.

Much clearer as is most oceans. Reminds me of Silver Springs, Florida where they shot big parts of Sea Hunt.

With the rocks and the wood, you would also have a great setting for an underwater action video 😉

I imagine two frogwomen fighting each other down there, struggling to get the upper hand, while massive formations of bubbles are heading towards the surface.

So folks, check out the video!

Here are the important links for you:

“Scuba time” on Clip4sale

Vicky Devika on Clip4sale

Vicky Devika’s website/links

What do you think of her dive in this gear?

You are welcome to post a comment!

 

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