Tusa Sport Splendive Mask (UM-7500) with Corrective Lenses (negative, positive or bifocal)
*Diopters increase in 0.5 increments (-1.5 then -2.0 etc.)
Please select your mask colour and then your Left and Right lens strengths in the drop-down menu above
The Tusa Sport UM-7500 Splendive Mask fits adult small to medium faces, and here it is combined with your choice of two negative, positive or bifocal Tusa Corrective Lenses.
Great for Scuba Diving and Snorkelling
The Tusa Sport Splendive Mask (UM-7500) is a high-performance mask with an affordable price tag. The Splendide masks are often the first choice of many divers offering comfort and features to suit most faces and diving styles.
Hypoallergenic, high-grade crystal silicone double feathered skirt for added comfort
2-window design for sharp looks and maximum field of view
Low volume design for a snug fit and easy mask clearing.
EZ adjust buckle technology
High-quality polycarbonate frame
Choice of fashionable frame colours
Fits adult small to medium faces
ClearVu tempered glass lens
Colours: Clear skirt with Fishtail Blue frame (FB), Clear skirt with Smoke frame (SK), Black skirt with Black frame (BK/BK), Black skirt with Fluro Yellow frame (BK/FY)
Negative: -1.5 to -8.0, step 0.5 (MC-7500)
Positive: +1.0 to +4.5, step 0.5 (MC-7500)
Bifocal: +1.0 to +4.5, step 0.5 (BF-7500)
Two Corrective Lenses are included in the price.
Negative dioptre lenses for those with near-sighted or myopic vision are available in -0.5 dioptre increments from -1.0 to -8.0 (MC-7500).
Positive dioptre lenses for far-sighted divers are available in +0.5 dioptre increments from +1.0 to +4.5 (MC-7500).
Bifocal lenses for gauge reading are available in +0.5 dioptre increments from +1.0 to +4.5 (MC-BF-7500).
Please Note: Masks fitted with corrective lenses to your specifications are treated as custom made products. They can only be returned if there is a fault with the mask under warranty. They can not be returned if you've ordered the wrong correction values. This is why we strongly recommend you consult your optometrist for their expert guidance to obtain the correct values.