Scuba Choice Scuba Choice Blue Diving Dive Snorkel Mask Nearsighted Prescription RX Optical Corrective Lenses, -4.0

September 1, 2015 - Comment

One of the best selling items in Scuba Choice. This item features everything you need to get started, regardless if you’re a beginner or expert,. Product Features Available corrective lenses: -1.5, -2.0, -2.5, -3.0, -3.5, -4.0, -4.5, -5.0, -5.5, -6.0 Tempered glass lenses Crystal silicone facial skirt and mask strap. Unique buckle design which allows

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One of the best selling items in Scuba Choice. This item features everything you need to get started, regardless if you’re a beginner or expert,.

Product Features

  • Available corrective lenses: -1.5, -2.0, -2.5, -3.0, -3.5, -4.0, -4.5, -5.0, -5.5, -6.0
  • Tempered glass lenses
  • Crystal silicone facial skirt and mask strap.
  • Unique buckle design which allows you to adjust the mask easily

Comments

Thos. P. "Thos P." says:

Worked great. Changed the whole experience I don’t know much about snorkel equipment, but last year in St. Croix I rented a prescription mask and it really changed my experience a lot. I saw this mask online and I purchased it for about what I rented the mask for last year. Worked great, prescription and optical clarity was certainly close enough for my occasional use. I don’t wear contact lenses, so this was a big deal. Showed up in no time with the cheapest delivery option. I would definitely recommend to recreational divers.

MWM says:

Best purchase I made for my trip to the Great Barrier Reef. Let me say the obvious, without this dive mask, I would have been blind to the beauty of the Great Barrier Reef. I wear glasses to drive and prescription sunglasses. I do not wear contacts. Many years ago, I went snorkeling and did not use anything to correct my vision. I remember seeing the photos that we took with amazement. I had no clue what was in the water with me until i saw the prints after the trip! This time, for my trip to the Australia, I took the advice of a friend who said she was going ISO prescription lens for a diving mask. Real prescription lens can be very pricey. So, I decided this type of off-the-shelf mask would have to do. I took my sunglasses to the optical department of a local warehouse and asked them to review my lens correction. After some jostling with the information, we decided that a -2.5 correction would be appropriate for both eyes. (This is a bit like buying a pair of reading glasses, right?) The mask arrived as promised and the shipping through this…

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