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All dive masks need to provide a good field of view, and they must be both comfortable and watertight. But freediving masks require one additional design feature: they must be ultra low-volume so that it takes only a puff of air to equalize, because oftentimes that’s all the air a freediver has to spare.
The new Steel Comp frameless mask takes it a step further. This is the ultimate dual-lens freediving mask, and it’s particularly well-suited to deep divers. It has the lowest possible internal volume so equalizing is easy. But on descent the mask itself compresses, so equalization is not required as often. The flat, Ultra Clear, scratch-resistant glass guarantees an undistorted appreciation of underwater colors. The frameless design, together with the soft skirt, offers a universal fit and a sleek appearance.
Ultra low-volume design requires minimal air when equalizing, a huge plus for freedivers.
Premium ultra-soft silicone comfortably fits a range of faces.
Ultra Clear scratch-resistant glass lenses deliver undistorted vision and long-term wear.
Rotating buckles work with a micro-adjustable strap to achieve a comfortable, watertight fit.
Available with black or white skirts to prevent light reflections, or with a clear skirt to match a variety of diving conditions.
Dual-lens Steel Comp offers the lowest possible internal volume and compresses on descent, a great advantage when equalizing during deep freediving descents.
The Steel Comp, with its ability to compress, makes an even more appealing choice for those extreme freedivers who venture to the deepest depths.
Note: with the Steel Comp, as water pressure increases, the bridge between the lenses bends slightly and squeezes the mask tighter to the face. The only noticeable indication of this is a brief change in vision as the eyes need a split second to adjust. Because of this, Steel Comp masks are not recommended for scuba diving as this could lead to sickness.