Unique patent pending ‘snap-in’ lens insertion design. Comfortable, watertight fit, achieved with a dive-quality hypoallergenic skirt that securely adapts to a wide range of face shapes and is secured with gasket suction and silicone double head strap. Mask lenses block 100% of the sun’s harmful UV rays and incorporate anti-fog coating inside. Includes AQUAVIZ ‘Snap-in’ lens insert for prescription lens insertion.
Black mask is Hydrodynamic AQUAVIZPRO Snorkel / Dive lightweight, low volume mask. Black Polycarbonate frame and Black TPR lens seal.
Prescription adapter allows for fitting of high prescriptions with astigmatism or bifocal or progressive lenses (note bifocals and progressive lenses are not offered online. See FAQ on bifocals and progressives here). Insert requires no special technology to fabricate lenses so your local optical shop should be able to fit this insert. RX Adapter interchangeable with swim goggle and ski goggle as well.
Rated for 150 feet depth.
Prescription adapter also fits into the Aquaviz full line of eyewear including swim mask, dive mask, sunglasses, and ski goggles.
Prescription lenses are an add on. Most popular prescription lenses listed. Prescription lens prices quoted are for a pair of lenses with prescriptions up to 6.00 diopters cylinder, up to 2.00 diopter cylinder. Higher prescriptions will incur additional power charges. For other lens options such as high index lenses (recommended on powers over 8.00 as thick lenses may push against facial bones), and more, see prescription information page. No prescription limitations. Estimated time frame for prescription: 5 to 7 working days. Anti-fog coating includes heavy duty scratch coating and is recommended on this product. Fog coatings will add 3-5 days to processing time.
This insert only fits this mask. It has a built in clip that holds the insert in place. Without the built in part, the insert wouldn't hold into place.
We do have a generic clip that can fit most single pane masks. http://www.sporteyes.com/scubaspec-300.html If you have a double pane like this mask (one lens for each eye) then we don't have anything that will work for this type of mask. by david tolbert
on March 24, 2016 07:00:00
They are on the smaller side as far as adult goggles go but we haven't tried it on a child that young yet. You could order the goggles to try for fit before having the prescription lenses made. Or this is a kids size that can take most prescriptions: http://www.sporteyes.com/hilco-xrx-kids-dive-mask.html by Tina
on February 27, 2015 08:00:00