Salvimar Neo Mask
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Salvimar’s Neo Mask boasts a 4mm thick mono-glass lens with a hypoallergenic silicone skirt. The mask has a low volume which works in concert with the single lens design. The low volume makes equalisation more efficient, as less air is required for use as the volume to be replaced is smaller. The low volume brings the lens closer to the eyes, which improves the field of vision with a lens that already gives great vision. The lens has been tempered and CE approved.

The skirt is a double feather-edged hypoallergenic skirt which provides fantastic sealing against the skin. Part of the reason for the skirts effectiveness is the split strap design which evenly distributes pressure over the head so you can comfortably secure your mask. The strap can be easily adjusted with a push button buckle system for quick adjustments so you can get back to diving. The adjustments are micrometric and so can provide a perfect fit for any user.

These features make the Salvimar Endless Mask perfect for spearfishing or freediving.

Features

  • Hypoallergenic silicone skirt
  • Temperated highly resistant 4 mm mono-glass
  • Push button adjustable buckles
  • Micrometrically adjustable strap.
  • Low inside volume + wide range of vision
  • Frameless design giving superior vision 

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