Two-Lens Mask

two-lens-maskIt has a very low internal volume, and can be used with great satisfaction even by enthusiasts of the most demanding free dive descents. Its extraordinary visibility, together with extreme comfort and a modern and efficient system for adjusting the strap makes this model indispensable for all diving activities, from snorkeling to deep free diving, to scuba diving.

Also a big advantage of the Two-Lens Mask, you can change the lenses to prescription lenses for  your needs!

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Explanation and description of the different types of masks:

Freediving Apnoea Mask

freediving-maskDifferent from Scuba Diving Masks the volume plays a big roll in Freediving Mask!

Freedivers from all around the world are usually looking for a mask with a low internal volume, the reason behind it is to loose as little air as possible to equalizing & clear the mask. If you’re really keen on checking out what internal volume a mask has in combination with your face profile, you should:

  1. Put the mask on
  2. Submerge your head into water
  3. Let the mask fill with water
  4. Reemerge from the water
  5. Let excess water drip from your face, or dry your face with a towel
  6. Release the water from your filled mask into a bowl
  7. Measure the volume
  8. Compare it to other masks

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Explanation and description of the different types of masks:

Frame-Less Mask

frameless-maskAs a class, frameless masks tend to be lighter, offer a very low profile and they’re lower in volume. They fold up flat for easier packing, and as we found in this Scuba Lab review, they also offer a wider field of vision.

Anatomy of a Frameless Mask

Throw away the thick plastic frame and attach the buckles directly to the mask skirt. As a result, the lens sits closer to your eyes, offering a broader field of vision in all directions, and with less volume, the mask is easier to clear. They also fold flat for packing and make great backup masks, slipping flat into a BC pocket. For all these reasons, frameless masks have become more popular than ever and companies are responding by offering a growing number of models.

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Explanation and description of the different types of masks:

Full-Face Mask

Full-face-maskA full-face diving mask is a type of diving mask that seals the whole of the diver’s face from the water and contains a mouthpiece or demand valve that provides the diver with breathing gas.The full face mask has several functions: it lets the diver see clearly underwater, it provides the diver’s face with some protection from cold and polluted water, it increases breathing security and provides a space for equipment that lets the diver communicate with the surface support team.

Full face masks can be more secure than breathing from an independent mouthpiece; if the diver becomes unconscious or suffers an oxygen toxicity convulsion, the diver can continue to breathe from the mask unlike a mouthpiece which must be always gripped between the teeth.

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