|Number of Items||1|
|Included Components||Mask, Reusable bag, Snorkel|
|Item Model Number||USC281020|
|Product Dimensions||40.64 x 5.08 x 5.08 cm; 476 Grams|
Cressi Italian Boutique Collection - Tempered Glass Lens Frameless Scuba Snorkeling Dive Mask - Splash Guard Dry Snorkel Set
|Price:||+ $14.04 Delivery|
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- Frameless mask with single lens design, tempered glass lens for extra durability.
- Ultra clear lens for vivid colors, soft and comfortable mask skirt, low volume design. It features push button buckle for easy strap adjustments, wide field of vision.
- Dry top design snorkel, anti-splash top, special valve seals tube when submerged.
- Corrugated smooth bore lower tube, quick release snorkel keeper, easy clear purge valve.
- The F1 & Supernova Dry is designed in Italy by Cressi and made in Taiwan. Cressi has been an Italian brand pioneer in scuba diving, snorkeling, and swimming equipment since 1946.
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Frameless masks are loved by many divers for their low-profile and ability to fold flat for easy carrying, even in a BC pocket. Cressi’s frameless design bonds a high-grade silicone skirt directly to a single lens for the ultimate in simplicity. The lens is made in tempered glass and certified by the CE (Communauté Européenne).
The low-internal volume allows for effortless clearing and quick-adjust strap buckles are molded directly into the skirt for a flexible fit and reduced drag. It also represents an unbeatable value, with a cost roughly half that of similar masks.
The Supernova Dry is one of the best dry snorkel available in the market.
It has a unique Splash Guard at the top which greatly reduces the entrance of water during use on the surface. The special valve on top seals the tube as you dive, almost totally preventing the entrance of water when the snorkel is submerged. The end part has a corrugated piece that is smooth on the inner side and keeps the snorkel away from the mouth during use when scuba diving. A special water collection well, with a large elliptic valve, allows quick and easy expulsion of water. The replaceable angled mouthpiece and corrugated tube section are both made from Hypoallergenic Silicone adding comfort and function. A quick-release snorkel keeper and ergonomically contoured shape make this one great snorkel.
The F1 & Supernova Dry is designed in Italy by Cressi and made in Taiwan. Cressi is an Italian brand pioneer in scuba diving, snorkeling and swimming equipment since 1946.
The product is covered by a 2-year limited warranty.
From the manufacturer
Cressi is a Family Owned Company that creates premium water sports products for people that love the water and the sea. Our goal is to create the highest quality products, and our family's name is molded into every product that we make. Our priority is that everyone that uses a Cressi product, will enjoy his or her water sports experience.
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+The dry valve works well, when surfacing you can just start breathing straight away, don't need to preserve any air to purge.
+The snorkel moulds around the face very well too.
+The snorkel clips on and off with relative ease.
+The mask strap adjusts very well.
+The snorkel mouthpiece is comfortable.
The mask purges fairly well, but some water always seems to remain just under my nose.
-The snorkel air flow feels fairly restricted, probably due to the fact that the tube becomes narrow just before the dry valve. This seems like very poor design, a tube is only as good as it's narrowest point, and this tube is wide everywhere apart from this point.
-Removing the dry valve may be possible, but looks like it might be messy and non-reversible.
I made the mistake of scuba diving without first cleaning the mask.
Apparently many masks (like this) come with a protective coating on the inside of the perspex and this coating fogs up on long dives.
It was still possible to complete the dive but I couldn't see much detail around me.
Apparently the solution to this problem is to scrub the inside of the mask with toothpaste and a toothbrush to scour the coating off. Then, just before a dive, rub spit on the inside to act as a barrier from the moisture.