ScubaMax MK-219 Arc
Because scuba diving is all about the sights, a scuba mask is quite possibly themost important purchase a diver will make. It is essential to try several masks in order to find the right combination of vision and comfort for you. According to ScubaLab, "With its budget price the Arc works equally well as a primary mask, especially for free divers, or as a backup mask for scuba divers." As of 2014, the cost was less than $50. It is a traditional dual-window mask that offers exaggerated V-shaped lenses for enhanced downward viewing, squeeze-buttons for easier strap adjustment and a respectable field of vision compared to other masks in its class.
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Comments about ScubaMax Scuba Max Freedive Mask:
The mask was used on Bonaire while snorkeling and freediving to 26 meters. It would only leak when I would grimace (any mask would) and when I was unshaved that was also expected. Very easy to equalize, excellent field of view, my eyebrows never touched the glass. It is made in China but gives away nothing to the Italian-made masks I own and use extensively. Comes with a big protective box as well. Required an initial toothpaste application and after that just a 'traditional' method before each use (you know what I mean). Overall an absolute steal at this price and a viable replacement of Technisub Micromask. However you must try it - might not fit for some faces.