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Mares X-Vision Ultra Liquidskin

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Mares X-Vision Ultra Liquidskin

The Mares X-Vision Ultra Liquidskin dive mask has a new bi-silicone facial geometry to fit more face types. The profile in contact with the face has been optimised, ensuring a better seal. The nasal area has small ribs, already present on the X-Vision model, but which have been further improved to relieve pressure and make it more comfortable to wear for a longer period of time.

The two-button buckle makes it easy to operate even when wearing gloves.

The strap is made of bi-silicone: a softer part, behind the nape, for greater comfort, and a more rigid part, guaranteeing better stability and grip on the buckles.

In addition to the hydrodynamic design, special attention has also been paid to aesthetics: in the black and grey versions, the Gold and Silver models are available with mirrored lenses, which, in addition to their appearance, also guarantee a better filtering of light in and out of the water, while still allowing excellent eye contact with diving companions.

In particular, the Gold version with gold mirrored lenses is dedicated to increasing visibility in murky water, while in the Silver version, silver mirrored lenses help reduce reflection in shallow water or sandy bottoms.

The main features of the X-Vision Ultra diving mask are:

  • Ultra-clear face (clylwcyl model, clblwcbl)
  • Gold mirror lenses to increase visibility in murky water (gogrkgrk model)
  • Silver mirror lenses to reduce reflection in shallow water or sandy bottoms (sigrkgrk model)
  • New moulded bi-silicone face piece for improved fit and comfort 
  • Hydrodynamic design
  • Small ribs around the nose to relieve pressure
  • 20% larger field of vision than the previous version
  • Bi-silicone strap shaped like an "x" shape

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Masks

Masks are an essential piece of equipment for anyone exploring the underwater world, whether through scuba diving or snorkeling. For new divers and snorkelers, selecting the right mask is crucial for comfort, safety, and a great viewing experience.

Scuba Diving Masks are designed to withstand the pressure of deeper waters and provide a clear, panoramic view of the marine life below. They are typically made of tempered glass for safety and feature a silicone skirt that seals against the face to prevent water entry. These masks are compatible with prescription lenses for those with vision correction needs.

Snorkeling Masks share many features with scuba masks but are generally lighter and designed for surface exploration. They offer a wide field of vision and are ideal for those who prefer to stay near the water's surface.

Full Face Dive Masks cover the entire face, integrating the mask and the regulator. This design allows for natural breathing through the nose and mouth, enhanced communication capabilities underwater through built-in communication systems, and often includes anti-fog technology. These masks are favored by professional and technical divers for their advanced features.

Full Face Snorkeling Masks have become popular for their user-friendly design, allowing snorkelers to breathe naturally through the nose and mouth. They cover the entire face for a wide field of vision and reduce fogging through a separate breathing chamber. However, it's important to choose models with safety features to prevent CO2 buildup.

When choosing a mask, fit, comfort, and field of vision are key considerations. A proper seal against the face is crucial to prevent water from entering the mask. For those new to diving or snorkeling, visiting a dive store for a fitting and advice on the best mask for your needs and budget is recommended.