The high-quality Aquaviz UTS PRO core is a lightweight yet durable SCUBA and dive mask by Sportviz featuring proprietary Azion materials designed to provide maximum grip and comfort for exploration down to 330'. Combine them with custom prescription Inzerts for the ultimate in innovative versatility to create a prescription SCUBA mask or prescription dive mask.
Low volume dive mask featuring lightweight and scratch-resistant polycarbonate PRO frame. Suitable for virtually all face shapes and sizes. Tempered glass lens is rated for use to 330' depth and gives broad field of vision. Integrated Easy-Adjust swivel buckles plus high grade Silicone gasket and twin head strap provides comfortable yet watertight fit. Accepts any Inzert (tinted Inzerts not recommended). Supplied with FREE protective hard case.. For free diving, SCUBA diving, and other under-the-surface activities.
Prescription adapter also fits into the Aquaviz full line of eyewear including swim mask, dive mask, sunglasses, and ski goggles.
Aquaviz Prescription Information
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.
Sorry, this style doesn't come with a purge valve. The most similar product with a purge would be the Hilco XRX Dive Mask. http://www.sporteyes.com/hilco-xrx-dive-mask.html by Joseph noynaert
on October 30, 2016 07:00:00
They are custom made to your prescription. We don't normally take into consideration the refraction of the water unless you have a really high plus power and already know you are sensitive to the slight extra power the water gives to plus powers (less than 0.25 diopters). For the most part we have found people prefer to see well above water as well so they can find the boat, shore, etc. so we don't make that adjustment. Underwater photographers are another segment that may need the adjustment, but for the most part it is so slight, that it is not needed. by Rand Foster
on February 16, 2016 08:00:00