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Omer Bandit Mask

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Jun 30, 2003
Does anyone have the Omer Bandit or Asia? How do they fit? The bandit looks like a small fitting mask similar to the Cressi Superocchio. I am looking for a mask that will fit wider than the cressi that comes with corrective lenses. thanks.
How about the Sporasub Samurai?
It is a good fit for average to wide faces and can accept script lenses.
The Bandit is an upraded version of the widespread Abyss. Some characteristics are improved but the skirt geometry is the same. If you have access to an Abyss mask you can make a test with it. A friend of mine with a slightly wider face uses an Abyss and is very satisfied. Besides, masks traditionally are a priority in Omer products.
sea-wolf said:
If you have access to an Abyss mask you can make a test with it. .

I have an Abyss you can try, feign. I believe the lenses are slightly longer in the vertical than the Samouri/Occio. Fits well.
Erik Y.
OK thanks Erik. I would like to try it next weekend if we meet up for a dive at Wabuman.

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