Same great features of the adult mask but in a junior (kids) size. Also fits adults with narrow faces. Versatile, lightweight masks with an exceptional field of vision. Suitable for either snorkeling or diving. Comes with Rx adapter. Mask can be worn with or with the insert. One step strap adjustment system. 100% Hypo-allergenic silicone face skirt with purge valve. Silicone split strap for a secure fit. Tempered glass lens for lasting performance. Side windows provide 180 degree panoramic view.
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 with bifocals or progressives lenses if you prefer to do it locally.
See Hilco Leader brand information page for more brand information and frame warranty.
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 is the smallest dive mask available with a prescription but it is not that small. I'm not sure that it will fit a 4 year old. Usually fit it on kids 7+. The only other option would be to get a generic prescription adapter http://www.sporteyes.com/scubaspec-dive-insert-199.html and then take it and find a mask locally that fits both the insert and her face. by Tracy Joseph
on September 14, 2016 07:00:00
This is a dive mask and typically with dive masks, you won’t have tinted lenses because this will make it too dark to look at the fish, etc. under water. If you are looking for a swim mask, we don’t have any swim masks that come in kids sizes, only larger adult sizes. But if you do prescription, you could add a tint to the prescription lenses as they are custom made. This would give him some protection. Light would still come in around the rest of the mask area but the center where he looks through could be tinted dark. by Linda
on June 15, 2016 07:00:00