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Scubapro Synergy Mirror lens Mask- Just THB 3,200

Scubapro Synergy Mirror lens Mask- Just THB 3,200

Scubapro Synergy Mirror lens Mask

The Scubapro Synergy Mirror Lens mask is one of the most popular masks in the Scubapro range.

How to Fit a New Scuba Diving MaskHow to Fit a New Scuba Diving Mask

THE ULTIMATE IN COMFORT FOR A DUAL LENS MASK

You have only to try one on to feel the difference.

A superior mask must provide an expansive field of view and it must keep water out, but most of all, it must be comfortable. The dual lens SYNERGY2 TWIN TRUFIT hits all of these performance targets, but where it really shines is in the comfort department.

The key to its comfort can be found in its new- generation Trufit technology skirt, which is actually two skirts. The main skirt offers a thin and soft silicone material for the best possible fit, seal and comfort against the skin. The outer skirt, made with firmer silicone, provides support and rigidity where needed. SCUBA PRO’s exclusive Trufit technology can be identified by its distinct ribbing texture.

This double-skirt design has proven to be ultra comfortable during extended periods under water while providing a watertight seal.

In addition to comfort, the SYNERGY2 TWIN TRUFIT’s dual lens design is low-volume and provides excellent field of view, and its buckle and strap system is easy to use. The quick-release buckles attach to tabs on the skirt rather than on the frame. This optimizes strap angle and range of motion when dialing in fit, plus it enables the mask to be folded flat for easy packing. The mask frame is spray painted for that premium look.

The SYNERGY2 TWIN TRUFIT’s unique ribbed system molds to the contours of virtually all faces. Try one on, you’ll feel the difference Trufit technology makes. The SYNERGY2 TWIN TRUFIT will truly make you feel one with the underwater environment.

Scubapro Synergy 2 Trufit MaskScubapro Synergy 2 Trufit Mask

Technical Information

  • New-generation Trufit technology uses two skirts for creating a comfortable, watertight seal
  • Main skirt offers a thin and soft silicone material for the best possible fit, seal and comfort against the skin
  • Outer skirt, made with firmer silicone, provides support and rigidity where needed
  • Trufit technology can be identified by its unique ribbing texture
  • Dual lens design is low volume and provides excellent field of view
  • Quick-release buckles attach to tabs on the skirt to optimize range of motion when dialing in fit
  • Buckle tabs are flexible, enabling the mask to be folded flat for traveling
  • A choice of black or clear skirts lets you match your mask to your individual diving style
  • Mask frame is spray painted for that premium look
  • Mirrored lens option delivers a glare-free view of the underwater world

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