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About Tusa Corrective Lenses for Ceos, Positive Diopter

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 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 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 Ceos 2 windowed mask, it can be easily fitted with optical lenses from +1.5 to +4.5 Diopters in 0.5 increments. Lenses are manufactured from tempered glass. Stop squinting and dive safer with corrected vision underwater.

Tusa Corrective Lenses for Ceos, Positive Diopter Features

  • Tusa Corrective Lenses for Ceos Mask (See SKU: TBTM212)
  • 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 +4.5 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

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from Atlanta, GA, US

These "reader" lenses are excellent! I was able to see my gauges and my camera perfectly! The only reason I did not give them 5 stars is that I would like the magnifier to be a bit bigger/higher. Due to how low the magnifier is and that there are two lenses rather than one big lens, I had to look through one eye or the other to focus when using the magnifier portion.


just awaiting on return policy..


from Spokane , WA, US

If you only need reading glasses power..Probably would be fine..However for my own prescription lenses with progressive vision..they didn't fair well at all.


Not real corrective lenses


from Willemstad, Willemstad, CW

I thought I was buying corrective lenses, which should cover the entire surface of the mask. Instead, these are just gauge readers, small lenses at the bottom that make it easier to read your instruments. If you are truly farsighted, as I am, these are pretty much useless. Note that the pictures on the Web site show full lenses. Maybe the negative diopters are like that.


Work well



Makes reading gushes easier without getting in the way otherwise

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Shopper  Is the corrective section a glued on piece or integrated into the glass?
Scott S  The lens is one piece. When you replace your own clear standard glass lens, it is just one solid item that is installed into your mask, no glue is needed.
David W  They have a plastic film you remove and then place the lens on the mask glass. They work very well and are easy to install.
VICTOR J  It is a glued on piece. For positive diopters, it covers only the bottom area of the lens.
william h  Glued Works well though.
ZEKE T  Integrated into the glass. When you buy the mask, it comes with standard, clear lens. Each corrective lens, right & left, is shipped as a piece that you have to have changed by an authorized service tech to maintain your warranty.
Shopper  Are these bifocals?
KEVIN F  No, the it is a positive correction only at the bottom of the lens. The upper portion is standard tempered glass.
Sean F  Are the lenses easy to change out for corrective lenses?
VICTOR J  You can do it yourself, and there is a video on YouTube showing how to do it. However, it is a bit tricky and there is a chance that you will damage the mask if you are not careful. I did it myself without any problems.
Frank L  We recommend you have us do it. We charge $10 for both lenses.
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