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About Cressi Corrective Lens for Focus Mask

Tired of not being able to see well underwater? Can't read your computer or gauges? Maybe you not sure what F-Stop you are setting your camera on? If these are problems for you when diving you need to get a set of Diopter lenses for your dive mask. See things clear underwater with this Cressi Negative Diopter for your Cressi Focus Mask. Easy to install and WOW! You can now see everything better than before. Lenses are made of Tempered Glass and are available from -1.0 to -6.0 in 0.5 Diopter increments for left or right side lens. Lenses are covered by a 12 month limited warranty.

The Cressi Corrective Lens for Focus Mask is commonly used for Open Water Diving, Recreation, Snorkeling and more. One reason why the Cressi Corrective Lens for Focus Mask is popular is because of its Lens Quality.

Cressi Corrective Lens for Focus Mask Features

  • Cressi Corrective Lens for Focus Mask
  • Easy to Install
  • Range: -1.0 to -6.0-Diopter
  • Increments: 0.5
  • Right and Left Side Lenses
  • Increase Your Vision
  • 1 Year Limited Warranty

Cressi Corrective Lens for Focus Mask Customer Reviews Powered by TurnTo®

Review Summary

 
4.4

(based on 11 reviews)

73%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Ratings Distribution

  • 5 Stars

     

    (7)

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    (3)

  • 3 Stars

     

    (0)

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  • 1 Stars

     

    (1)

Most Liked Positive Review

 

Good product, no instructions.

To remove lenses: snap out nose piece, slide up brow piece, then "pop" out frames, lenses will drop out.

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

Only one lens

When I ordered I thought it would be two lens, instead it is one lens. Did not use it and do not think it is worth the cost to order two separate lens. Additionally, I dropped it and chipped it so could not return. I will say as always the processing and shipment by Leisure Pro was great.

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5.0

Great find

By

from Torrington , WY, US

I received the corrective lenses and they were exactly what I ordered. The shipping was quick and easy. I didn't know how to put them on my set of goggles but I just googled it and followed directions others had posted. Love that they offer a solution for prescription goggles for those of us that don't want to wear contacts.

 
5.0

If you wear glasses buy these!

By

from Rocklin, CA, US

These are a must have if you wear glasses! So much detail under water!

 
1.0

Only one lens

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from Pensacola, FL, US

When I ordered I thought it would be two lens, instead it is one lens. Did not use it and do not think it is worth the cost to order two separate lens. Additionally, I dropped it and chipped it so could not return. I will say as always the processing and shipment by Leisure Pro was great.

 
4.0

Inexpensive prescription lens.

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from Broomfield, CO, US

These work well, but no instructions are included. There is no right and left. It seems wierd because the lens lip is not in the middle of the width of the lens, so the glass will be at slightly different distances from your face. But it works.

 
5.0

Underwater vision is finally clear!

By

This is a great product! It is the second mask I have purchased corrective lenses for and am more than pleased to see the results of those I have taken diving and snorkeling with me. Also you must take a lot of care while installing the lenses if you do it yourself, but it is not particularly difficult.* I would reccomend these to anyone wearing corrective lenses. *Must find your own instructions, does not come with any.

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Shopper  Why Did You Choose This?
Daniel d  to see better of course.
ANTHONY M  Great price for corrected lenses. They fit in the Cressi Focus Mask perfectly.
Shopper  Is sphere the only characteristic that is relevant when selecting lenses or do the "cylinder", "axis" and "add" characteristics of my prescription have an impact? If I have a sphere of 5.25, should I go with a 5.0 or 5.5 lens?
LAURA P  Spherical is the most important characteristic. I would go slightly stronger since your eyes will continue to age. I have bad astigmatism but do fine with these lenses.
PATRICK B  Go with the 5.0, the lens through the water will amplify and add some to the lens to bring the view up to 5.50. My lenses are 3.0 but my prescription is 3.50 and 3.25, I see great trough my mask.
Mike T  Hi There, These lenses only correct for distance so you go by the sphere number. If you are a 5.25 I would go with the 5.0
ELI F  You will need to order custom lenses from an optometrist that specializes in diving if you want astigmatic (cylinder/axis) correction. If you are over fourty go with the lower strength spherical correction.
Richard S  sorry it has been too far back and too long since I bought them I use contacts
Paula S  Not sure which diopter to choose? All of my numbers are +, not -.
Mike T  Hi Paula, Sorry but the Cressi lenses are negative for distance only. you will need to seek another option.
OLIVER F  tHIS IS A BASIC QUESTION, GET YOUR OPTICIAN TO GIVE YOU THIS
GEORGE H  You should be able to see a list of available corrections. If not at Leisure Pro, the Cressi web site lists what they make. Cressi makes masks with at least 2 lens sizes. If the correction you want is not in a large lens, it might be in a smaller lens, that would require a different mask. If they don't have what you want, I have heard of lenses that stick on the inside of the mask, but I only remember reading lenses. Last, I wear contacts, 1 for close vision and another for a slight distance correction. I have had no trouble diving with them. If you really need a contact to see anything at all, you could train yourself to keep one eye closed if your mask is knocked off.so you'll keep that lens in your eye for when you get the mask back on.
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