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The black-and-white version under water

Mask Mares X-Vision LiquidSkin

Appeared in DIVER July 2014
The most recent DIVER Awards Brand of the Year winner, Mares, has recently “evolved” one of its most popular products. more...
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Reflective Wade - the Trufit skirt is close to a universal fit

Mask Scubapro Synergy Twin Trufit

Appeared in DIVER June 2014
I’ve tested a few masks lately. Some offer real advantages to the user – masks with prescription ophthalmic inserts and masks with special glass lenses that give the brightest, clearest view into the underwater world.
These specialist masks are of little or no use if they don’t fit the intended wearer’s face. Everyone’s face is different.
Some, like mine, are wrinkly with a large nose; most people’s faces are smooth-skinned with an average-sized proboscis; some are long and thin; others wide and rotund.
This limits mask choice, because the most important factor is a good fit and should be your priority, rather than style, colour or special features. more...
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Aqualung Linea mask in Twilight livery

Mask Aqua Lung Linea

VERY FEW GEAR MANUFACTURERS cater specifically for female divers. Some add pink accents to generic dive kit and call it their “ladies’ range”, while others produce a range that is gender-specific. more...
Appeared in DIVER May 2014
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Prescription Mask Aquaviz UTS Pro Core & Inzerts

IF YOU’RE A CONSTANT WEARER of prescription eyewear or suffering from the effects of ageing and need glasses for close-up work, you’ll know the difficulties encountered in trying to find a solution to take under water.
Single-lens masks pose a particular problem, especially for those of us who need a progressive prescription to correct near, intermediate or far vision.
If you need glasses for reading or computer work, you’ll appreciate the problems associated with bi-focal prescriptions and diving masks too.
Wouldn’t it be wonderful if your arms were just that little bit longer, so you could get your dive computer with large graphics into your sharp focus range?
It would be a far better solution if you could take a pair of glasses under water with your exact lens prescription.
Enter the Aquaviz UTS Pro Core mask and Inzert with ophthalmic lenses. more...
Appeared in DIVER April 2014
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Mask Atomic Venom

Appeared in DIVER March 2014
Atomic Aquatics has gained a great reputation for producing top-quality, high-end dive gear. Its policy is to use the best materials available in everything it produces, and the Venom mask is no exception.
I took one with me on a trip to Sulawesi to check it out. more...
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The Hollis M-1 Single Lens

Masks Hollis M-1 & M-3

Appeared in DIVER October 2013
As a photographer, I prefer black silicon-skirted masks, because this stops light interference from the sides and prevents me from seeing my eye reflected in the viewfinder as I try to capture the “big shot”. Technical divers prefer these masks for similar reasons.
Enter Hollis, the technical diving equipment manufacturer from across the pond.
more...
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Mask TUSA Freedom Ceos

Appeared in DIVER September 2013
Despite the importer choosing to send me a mask that made me look like Tonto’s best mate, or Delboy and Rodney on their way to a fancy-dress party, I was knocked out that it asked me what strength lenses I needed – and by the fact that it could supply them from stock. more...
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Mask-cleaner Frog Spit

Appeared in DIVER September 2013
We’re all agreed that a fogging mask is more than simply annoying. New masks are made in an environment that leaves an invisible residue of silicone over their glass. more...
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Camera mask liquid image 1080p HD

WHILE SOME OF US ARE JUMPING into the water with bigger, heavier and ever-more expensive camera kit, in the search for better technical-quality pictures, others are looking to gather images with as little effort as they can. more...
Appeared in DIVER December 2012
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Mask Sherwood Mag Four

ALTHOUGH MY CHILDREN STILL THINK I’m only 23 years old, I’ve reached the age when I feel more comfortable wearing glasses when I read a book, writes Farzi Bantin. The same can be said for looking at the small details on the display of my computer-watch. more...
Appeared in DIVER March 2011
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COMPUTER/MASK OCEANIC DATAMASK

US company Oceanic has introduced a mask with a built-in computer and a head-up display. It has been developed from one designed for use by Special Operations. I'll bet you boys will be queuing to buy one. more...
Appeared in DIVER July 2007
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MASK Mares X-Vision Liquid Skin

By combining two types of silicone, Mares has managed to make a mask that uses a strong material for the support structure and a very soft skirt edge that will fit a wide variety of faces without leaking. more...
Appeared in DIVER March 2007
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FULL-FACE MASK Ocean Reef Neptune Space

Developed from an Italian fire-fighter's breathing mask, this has been the subject of continual research and development since its introduction, at which time I was a little scathing of one or two glaring oversights in its design. more...
Appeared in DIVER December 2006
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MASKS Beuchat X-Contact

They say there are two types of men over 40: those who wear glasses and those who don't read books. more...
Appeared in DIVER July 2006
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MASK Atomic Vision SubFrame

Atomic Aquatics is one of those companies that makes products up to a standard rather than down to a price. more...
Appeared in DIVER September 2006
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MASK Hydro Optix Mega - 4.5d

'So, Mr Bantin, I see that you wear glasses.' So said the cross-examining lawyer at the inquest. He was trying to destroy my testimony as a material witness. more...
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