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About Tusa Corrective Lenses for Platina Mask

Vision Problems?...
Rx lenses are offered on several styles of masks. This option allows the diver to choose right and left lens powers in both a variety of Diopter for maximum flexibility and for a custom fit. Just as eyeglasses are the easiest and safest way to correct vision topside, corrective lenses are the simplest and most cost effective choices for correcting it underwater.

Tusa Corrective Lenses for Platina Mask Features

  • Vision Problems when Diving?
  • Available in Right and Left Lenses
  • Variety of Diopter for Maximum Flexibility and Custom Fit
  • Optical Lenses from -1.5 to -8.0 Diopters
  • Increments: 0.5
  • Tempered Glass Lenses
  • Corrects Vision Underwater
  • Stop Squinting and Dive Safer with Corrected Vision Underwater
  • Improves Vision for: Gauge, Computer and Camera Readings
  • Easy to Install
  • Cost Effective

Tusa Corrective Lenses for Platina Mask Specifications

Tempered Glass
-1.5 To -8.0

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Just what I needed!

By Charlie

from Charleston, SC

About Me Recreational Diver

Verified Buyer


  • Easy To Use
  • Functional
  • I can see underwater
  • Improves Diving Experience


    Best Uses

    • Professional
    • Recreation

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    Customer service was wonderful getting my backordered lens from Tusa to me in time for my dive trip. They sure went the "extra" mile when others fouled up. Many thanks!!

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    Questions about this item:

    Shopper  How do I figure out what strength I need from my eyeglass prescription?
    LeisurePro S  You will need to add the sphere number to half the cylinder number. Round down to the nearest half diopter if you end up with a non-half number.
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