Cressi Calibro Mask

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  • Dual lens tempered glass mask
  • Low volume construction
  • Dual integrated frame technology
  • Wide field of vision
  • Hydrodynamic design

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Cressi Calibro Mask Customer Reviews

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4

(based on 6 reviews)

83%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

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Most Liked Positive Review

 

Thin face...this masks does it.

This mask is exactly what ive been needing for a long time now. If youre familiar with ski goggles, youll understand what i mean by “asian fit”. I have a thin face, and have always had trouble finding a dive mask that trully doesnt get any leaks. If youre someone whos in that boat, id certainly give this one a try. What impresses me most by this mask is the very exagerated skirt surrounding the frame. Its super comfy and really provides an excellent seal. The “anti-fog” design that pushes air...

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

Big disappointment

I own a Cressi Liberty Triside mask, mono lens, which I simply love because the 2-sided lens allow me a panoramic and peripheral view. The problem is the fogging and it is so annoying I got used to allow a bit of water inside my mask to prevent me from removing my mask during all my dive to defogging it. The Liberty Triside do not have a profile so close to the face and with a simple head shake I can defogg it fast. Obviously, my eyes used to be really red after dives. After trying all possib...

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Thin face...this masks does it.

By John M.

from Boston, MA, US

This mask is exactly what ive been needing for a long time now. If youre familiar with ski goggles, youll understand what i mean by “asian fit”. I have a thin face, and have always had trouble finding a dive mask that trully doesnt get any leaks. If youre someone whos in that boat, id certainly give this one a try. What impresses me most by this mask is the very exagerated skirt surrounding the frame. Its super comfy and really provides an excellent seal. The “anti-fog” design that pushes air downwards and out the bottom of the mask is not a hoax it really does work and does exactly as described. This is now my primary mask, and ive got plenty of $120-$200 masks as backups now. Obviously everyones face is different i understand some users may have some cons, i however do not. Its definitly worth a shot if ur struggling on a seal with a thin face. 5stars for me.

 

Fog stop works!!

By James W.

from Camden, AR, US

Absolutely Love it!

 

No more fogging!

By Victor m.

from Lower Gwyneed, PA, US

Love it! No more fogging issues!

 

Superior protection!!!

By Snorkel M.

Great way to pack mask to prevent damage!!

 

Big disappointment

By Paulo L.

from Rio de Janeiro, RJ, BR

I own a Cressi Liberty Triside mask, mono lens, which I simply love because the 2-sided lens allow me a panoramic and peripheral view. The problem is the fogging and it is so annoying I got used to allow a bit of water inside my mask to prevent me from removing my mask during all my dive to defogging it. The Liberty Triside do not have a profile so close to the face and with a simple head shake I can defogg it fast. Obviously, my eyes used to be really red after dives. After trying all possible defogging techniques known by the science I gave up and decided to buy a new mask when I discovered this release from Cressi, the Calibro mask with It's CRESSI FOG STOP SYSTEM. It is an expensive mask but I decided to go for it. The Calibro is different from what I was used since it's a 2-lens mask. I must confess my surprise with the excelent field of view since the internal volume is minimal, really close to the face, and also due to the raked angle of the frame. But, comparing with the Liberty Triside, the peripheral view is clearly narrower. Last Saturday (January 12th, 2019) I went into a wreck dive here in Arraial do Cabo - Rio de Janeiro - Brazil, where the water is cold (about 13ºC) and visibility is often lesser than 3 meters. The steam freighter Harligen shipwrecked in November 4th, 1906. So, all it's wreckage are scattered and there is no penetration in a depth between 18to 25 meters. It was my first time using The Calibro and I was confident my fogging issues would end. Well...big disappointment. The fogging kept happening but it fogged less than the Liberty Triside. After a 1h30 min surface time, during which I cleaned my Calibro all over again, we went to our second dive in a 10 to 13 meters deep and a much warmer water (21ºC) and the fogging issues were even worse. Actually, I never had so much problems with fogging. I spent all my second dive trying to see anything and, due to the no room between the face and the lens, I couldn't use my "strategy" to allow a bit of water inside my mask like I do with my Liberty Triside. Concluding, the Cressi Calibro is an expensive mask, well crafted, beautiful, surprisingly allowing a great field of view but do not deliver what it’s promised: no more fogging. Honestly, the CRESSI FOG STOP SYSTEM is a bust. Do I recommend the mask? Well...it is a good mask but forget the no fog promise. It's a good mask but you can have cheaper ones with the same performance. I have a strong feeling of having spent money for nothing.

 

Fogs up

By Carollanne F.

from Baltimore, MD, US

Still getting fog. Emailed Cressi directly and they suggested it didn’t fit my face correctly? Although there’s only one size.

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This mask fits my face PERFECT! I absolutely love it for freediving.
Charlotte N on Jun 28, 2019
from the anti-fogging properties of the mask
nicholas a on Mar 18, 2019
This mask fits my face PERFECT! I absolutely love it for freediving.
Charlotte N on Jun 28, 2019
I want to try it , if it’s work I will recommend it to my diving students
Ali A on Jun 16, 2019
from the anti-fogging properties of the mask
nicholas a on Mar 18, 2019
Looking for anti fog mask. Some good reviews,hope it fits and works!
Gary M on Mar 1, 2019
I want to try it , if it’s work I will recommend it to my diving students
Ali A on Jun 16, 2019
Looking for anti fog mask. Some good reviews,hope it fits and works!
Gary M on Mar 1, 2019
What is the difference in the "HD" lens making it $15 more expensive?!
calivendor on Sep 20, 2018
BEST ANSWER: HD or mirrored lens so the fish don't see your eyes and you see clearer in the water.
Watched a video review about the Calibro that stated no corrective lenses available and probably won't be in the future. True??
Lawrence P on Jul 14, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Correct
Since there is no picture of the box...is it hinged lid or snap on? Also, what are the dimensions of the box?
Thanks!
A shopper on Dec 26, 2011
BEST ANSWER: It is snap on like a tupperware container. Approx dimensions are 8"x4.5"x4.5", picture will be posted soon. Thanks.
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