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What is your favorite mask?

Discussion in 'Snorkeling & Freediving' started by engblom, Jul 25, 2018.

  1. engblom

    engblom Registered

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    What is your favorite mask out of the masks you have been trying? Why?
     
  2. northernone

    northernone Contributor Rest in Peace ScubaBoard Supporter

    # of Dives: 1,000 - 2,499
    Location: Currently: Cozumel, from Canada
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    The one pictured for fit and durability.
     
  3. Addicted2H2O

    Addicted2H2O Contributor

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    The Ocean Reef G. Diver I'm wearing in my avatar.
    1. It doesn't fog.
    2. It doesn't leak.
    3. Very unlikely that another diver is going to knock it loose/off
    4. No dry mouth.
    5. No jaw fatigue from biting on a mouthpiece.
    6. Never have to touch it to equalize (no more pinching my nose)
    7. I can set it up to breathe through my nose if I want (which is how it's supposed to be set but I'm weird)
    8. Cold water protection
    9. With additional COMS unit, I can talk to other divers provided they have COMS, too
    10. Look at it.....It looks cool as s**t!
     
  4. Bterle

    Bterle New

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    Right now I have by far my favorite mask I've ever owned in my 34 years of diving.
    A Mares X vision
    I've never had a mask fit and seal so well, even when I have a goatee.
    But everyone is different, so I advise putting many on, check for comfort, seal, easy nose pinch for clearing, and low profile.
     
  5. АлександрД

    АлександрД Contributor

    # of Dives: 100 - 199
    Location: Moscow, Russia
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    Aqualung / Technisub Aquasphere
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    I`m already posted about this mask, but in other topics subject: here
    and here
     
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  6. Mr. Sunday

    Mr. Sunday Instructor, Scuba

    # of Dives: I'm a Fish!
    Location: Seattle-WA-USA
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    Simple Scubapro Frameless mask. Love mine.
     
  7. Spudlet

    Spudlet Contributor

    # of Dives: 100 - 199
    Location: Sydney
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  8. chris kippax

    chris kippax Instructor, Scuba

    # of Dives: 500 - 999
    Location: Australia
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    Hollis M1
    Mares X vison were great but had a few skirt failures.
     
  9. engblom

    engblom Registered

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    Now I have ordered one like this. When reading reviews I realized this is a mask I need to try as I am not a scuba diver, but a combination of freediver and snorkeler. It is going to be interesting to see how much the smaller volume helps.
     
  10. АлександрД

    АлександрД Contributor

    # of Dives: 100 - 199
    Location: Moscow, Russia
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    one notice: If you like to have long and good life for you mask - handle it with care. Beware to drop it to the sand or stones. It could be scratched easy.
    And never try to remove oil from the "glases" (it is plastic) with lighter or toothpaste. Use only soap or washing liquid.
    And after one week of usage of Aquasphere try to make one dive with normal mask. :)
    Than you will feeling great advantage of Aquasphere :)

    Minimal volume... it is nothing, until you have (free)dive not deeper than 20-30m...
    If you have dives to 10-15m - small volume is comfortable, but not so strongly required.
     
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