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MAKO is pleased to announce that we are now offering a mask that is the number one choice for competitive freedivers. Ask any freedive instructor, and they will agree, the Sphera is one of the lowest volume masks ever produced, which is why it is so popular among pure freedivers and freedive instructors, worldwide. The skirt and nose pocket are made of top quality silicone to provide maximum comfort. And the curved Plexisol lens provides 180 degree visibility with minimal drag.
NOTE: This mask is not recommended for spearfishing. This is a highly specialized mask specifically designed for competitive freediving and freedive training. Because the lens is made of Plexisol, (not tempered glass), it is subject to scratching. Additionally, because the lens is curved, it can alter perception.