Tusa Corrective Lenses for Geminus, Ceos & Splendive 4 Masks -3.0

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About Tusa Corrective Lenses for Geminus, Ceos & Splendive 4 Masks

Do you have Vision Problems when Diving?

Rx Lenses are offered on Several Tusa styles of masks. This Option allows the diver to choose right and left lens powers in both a variety of diopter for maximum flexibility of proper vision. 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 vision underwater.

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. If you need corrective lenses for your Geminus or Ceos 2 window or Splendive 4 windowed masks, it can be easily fitted with optical lenses from -1.5 and -8.0 diopters in 0.5 increments. Lenses are manufactured from tempered glass. Stop squinting and dive safer with corrected vision underwater. Lenses are covered by a 12 month limited warranty.

The Tusa Corrective Lenses for Geminus, Ceos & Splendive 4 Masks is popular because customers like the following qualities of the Tusa Corrective Lenses for Geminus, Ceos & Splendive 4 Masks: Easy To Use, Improves Diving Experience.

Tusa Corrective Lenses for Geminus, Ceos & Splendive 4 Masks Features

  • Tusa Corrective Lenses for Geminus, Ceos and Splendive IV Masks
  • Vision Problems when Diving?
  • Available in Right and Left Lenses
  • Variety of Diopter for Maximum Flexibility and Proper Vision
  • 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
  • 1 Year Limited Warranty

Tusa Corrective Lenses for Geminus, Ceos & Splendive 4 Masks Specifications

Tempered Glass
Yes
Increments
0.5
Range
-1.5 To -8.0
Available in the Following Sizes:
-1.5, -2.0, -2.5, -3.0, -3.5, -4.0, -4.5, -5.0, -5.5, -6.0, -6.5, -7.0, -7.5, -8.0
Weight [with packaging]
-3.0: 0.05 lb,
-1.5, -3.5, -4.0, -5.0: 0.1 lb,
-5.5: 0.14 lb,
-2.0, -2.5, -6.0, -6.5, -7.0, -7.5, -8.0: 0.15 lb,
-4.5: 0.2 lb

Corrective Lenses for Geminus, Ceos & Splendive 4 Masks Customer Reviews

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Tusa Corrective Lenses for Geminus 2 Window and Splendive IV Window Masks
 
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  • Improves diving experience (4)

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    5.0

    Easy Installation, A World of Difference

    By Alex

    from Space Coast, Florida

    About Me Casual/ Recreational

    Verified Buyer

    Pros

    • Easy To Use
    • Improves Diving Experience

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • All Diving Applications

      Comments about Tusa Corrective Lenses for Geminus 2 Window and Splendive IV Window Masks:

      If you're reading this, you probably already want corrective lenses in your mask, so I'll spare you most of the rants and raves I'd like to give these. I am nearsighted and these corrected my vision perfectly. They are fantastic!

      But on to the more important point: installation. The lenses arrive in small cardboard boxes, and there is no left/right indication. For a while I wondered how the same lens could work for both left and right mask windows. Then, I rotated one lens about 45 degrees and it hit me. Pretty smart design.

      The actual installation is a breeze. A quick search will bring you the official Tusa installation instructions, which are pretty easy to follow. I had a little trouble popping the first clip out because it is above the nosepiece and under the skirt of the mask. Eventually I got it with a precision screwdriver. The rest pop out plenty easily and the plastic piece that holds the lenses in place pops off. A quick push with your thumb pops the lenses out. Pop the prescription lenses in and follow the same instructions in reverse and you have a prescription mask!

      Personally, I installed my lenses in a Tusa Geminus mask that my LDS had for sale at a heavily discounted price. It's definitely a no-frills mask, but it serves my purposes just fine and is comfortable to boot. So far, no leaks with my mask and corrective lenses, so can't give it anything less than 5 flags!

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      4.0

      easy mask upgrade

      By Nicole the Mermaid

      from Moline, IL

      About Me Advanced

      Verified Buyer

      Pros

      • Easy To Use
      • Improves Diving Experience
      • Solid Construction

      Cons

        Best Uses

        • Recreation

        Comments about Tusa Corrective Lenses for Geminus 2 Window and Splendive IV Window Masks:

        The lenses were incredibly easy to install. My mother saw a huge improvement when snorkeling. The only minor problem is that I had to install -1.5 lenses because they don't carry -1.0 lenses. TUSA should extend their RX range.

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        5.0

        WORKS BETTER THAN EXPECTED!!

        By OSTER BAY YACHT CLUB

        from PACIFIC COAST

        About Me Recreational Diver

        Verified Reviewer

        Pros

        • Easy To Use
        • Functional
        • Improves Diving Experience
        • Lightweight
        • Stylish

        Cons

          Best Uses

          • Cold Water
          • Professional
          • Recreation
          • Warm Water

          Comments about Tusa Corrective Lenses for Geminus 2 Window and Splendive IV Window Masks:

          I HAVE A STIGMATISM AND THESE LENSES DO NOT CORRECT CORRECT THAT. I WAS VERY PLEASED TO FIND OUT THAT THE LENSES ALLOWED ME TO SEE UNDERWATER JUST LIKE I HAD MY NORMAL PRESCRIPTION IN THEM, AT A SMALL FRACTION OF THE PRICE!!! THXS TUSA AND LEISURE PRO!!

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          5.0

          Good deal!

          By Doug in Dallas

          from Dallas, TX

          About Me Beginner, Recreational Diver

          Verified Buyer

          Pros

          • Easy To Use
          • Functional
          • Improves Diving Experience
          • Lightweight
          • Stylish

          Cons

            Best Uses

            • Recreation
            • Warm Water

            Comments about Tusa Corrective Lenses for Geminus 2 Window and Splendive IV Window Masks:

            A good deal on corrective lenses for a great mask! For the recreational diver/snorkler these lenses will fill the bill without breaking the pocketbook. Install is easy but if you are afraid of breaking something let LP install them for you.

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            Shopper  Why Did You Choose This?
            JIM O  Gift for my father
            Michael B  I have a Splendive II mask. Will these lenses fit?
            JIM O  I bought some corrective lenses with the same SKU (TBTML8) for my father's Splendive II back in 2009. However it's best to contact leisure pro directly to ask them so you make sure you get the correct lenses.
            Shopper  I have the mask with corrective lenses in place but now have had cataract surgery so I now need to replace with the standard lenses. How do I do that?
            JIM O  I recommend you watch a video on youtube. It's pretty easy once you see how it's done. I'd try to explain but it's been over 4 years since I changed lenses, so I don't remember exactly.
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