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Bother U lads a bit : Scubapro Frameless Mask

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Mr. Long Post
Apr 22, 2002
Anyone has experience with this claimed to be "extreme low volume" mask ?

My scuba diver friend said that it is good but I need to know from the point of view of spearos and freedivers.

Thanks In Advance
Iya, while they are relatively low volume, they are not extremely low. In comparison to other Scubapro fish-bowl masks, yes, but not compared to your standard OMER, Picasso, Cressi, Mares models that you see on so many spearos and freedivers. Those are good low volume masks that still let you see, compared to the extremely low volume Cressi Minima, Dacor Bandit, or OMER equivalent.
Erik Y.
Erik - having a problem getting in contact - can't give my number via this site - yoour email seems to be down too. What can I do to get my contact numbers to you for your Aberdeen visit?

Thanks Erik,

I nearly parted with my money for the FRAMELESS. I kind of lean to it cause it has single lens. Everytime I use a double lens, I can see the existence of the middle partition, that irritated me. Been using high volume single lens 4 so long that a small change really bother. Will do more research. Since I don't expect to do more than 60 feet ( if I can ever progress that far ... ha ha ha ) do you think a "decent" low volume will help or will do at this stage ?

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