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FRD 900 Freediving mask small volume - storm grey
  • FRD 900 Freediving mask small volume - storm grey
  • FRD 900 Freediving mask small volume - storm grey
  • FRD 900 Freediving mask small volume - storm grey
  • FRD 900 Freediving mask small volume - storm grey
  • FRD 900 Freediving mask small volume - storm grey
  • FRD 900 Freediving mask small volume - storm grey
  • FRD 900 Freediving mask small volume - storm grey
  • FRD 900 Freediving mask small volume - storm grey
  • FRD 900 Freediving mask small volume - storm grey
  • FRD 900 Freediving mask small volume - storm grey
FRD 900 Freediving mask small volume - storm grey

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FRD 900 Freediving mask small volume - storm grey

IDR355,000.00
  • FRD 900 Freediving mask small volume - storm grey
  • FRD 900 Freediving mask small volume - storm grey
  • FRD 900 Freediving mask small volume - storm grey
  • FRD 900 Freediving mask small volume - storm grey
  • FRD 900 Freediving mask small volume - storm grey
  • FRD 900 Freediving mask small volume - storm grey
  • FRD 900 Freediving mask small volume - storm grey
  • FRD 900 Freediving mask small volume - storm grey
  • FRD 900 Freediving mask small volume - storm grey
  • FRD 900 Freediving mask small volume - storm grey
FRD 900 Freediving mask small volume - storm grey
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Our design teams have created this mask for intermediate freedivers. It allows you to observe sub-aquatic life while freediving down to a depth of 30 m.

BENEFITS

Field of vision

Vertical field of vision: 96 ° (M). Horizontal field of vision: 110 ° (M)

Instructions


TECHNICAL INFORMATIONS

Micrometric adjustment buckle

Micrometric buckles together with the notched strap on either side of the mask allow easy and highly accurate adjustment of the mask, even when wearing gloves.

Internal volume

The volume of air inside the mask, between the face and the lens, represents the internal volume.
For freedivers and spearfishers, the internal volume of the mask must be as small as possible to facilitate equalisation.

Equalisation

The mask gets pressed against the face when diving down. As you dive, pressure gets applied to the mask's soft skirt, reducing the internal volume and pressing the mask against the face. This phenomenon, which can cause pain in the eyes, can be avoided by equalising the internal pressure of the mask and the external pressure applied by the water. Simply breathe out gently through your nose. Air is very precious in underwater sports, so this equalising effect must be kept to a strict minimum.

Silicone

Silicone is an extremely flexible material. A silicone skirt conforms gently to the contours of the face, creating a watertight seal. The material is hypoallergenic.