Scubapro Spectra Black Mask
The Scubapro Spectra black mask is a reliable mask used by a lot of the Aussie Divers Phuket instructors.
Dependable Dive Mask Doubles as Stylish Eyewear
In a range of color combinations, with the Spectra you’re always looking good.The Scubapro Spectra Black Mask is the most popular in the range.
In addition to comfort, the SPECTRA’s buckle and strap system is easy to use. Push-button buckles that attach to the skirt adjust easily, optimize strap angle and range of motion for achieving that perfect fit, plus they enable the mask to be folded flat for easy packing.
Mask skirts are available in both clear and black, depending on frame color selected, and an exclusive paint process plus a choice of colors turns the SPECTRA into stylish eyewear as well as a comfortable, dependable dive mask.
Aussie Divers Phuket Instructor approved. I quality mask that serves a diver well. Ask for a trail of Scubapro Spectra mask before you buy. All Scubapro products can be colour matched. This mask goes well with the Scubapro Spectra snorkel. Try your today with Aussie Divers Phuket.
Lenses are made from tempered glass for safety and long-term durability.
Universal skirt design is super comfortable and fits a variety of face shapes.
Push-button buckles that attach to the skirt adjust easily to achieve a perfect fit.
Mirrored lens option delivers a glare-free view of the underwater world.
Bold frame colors include stylish duotones.
Note: Painted finish may be damaged if cleaned with abrasive products.
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