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Scubapro Solo – Just THB 2,600

Scubapro Solo – Just THB 2,600

Scubapro Solo

GO SOLO WITH STYLE

This noteworthy mask is a diver favorite.

The SOLO is a modern tempered glass single lens mask that offers a panoramic, low-volume field of view in a streamlined design. The crystal clear double-sealed silicone skirt molds to the face to create a comfortable, watertight seal.

Buckles with flexible mounts on the skirt allow you to easily route the non-slip strap to achieve the perfect fit. Offered in a choice of stylish dual colors, the SOLO is a favorite among divers.

Technical Information

Dual colored frameless single lens design delivers a panoramic field of view.

Double-sealed silicone skirt offers superior fit and comfort.

Low volume design increases field of view plus makes clearing easy.

Non-slip strap with easy-adjust buckles let you find that perfect fit.

Tempered glass lens.

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