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Scubapro Spectra Mirrored Dive Mask Review

Written by Dive Gear Reviews Editor. Comments Off on Scubapro Spectra Mirrored Dive Mask Review Posted in: Below $100, Dive Masks

Glare is a fact of life on the water, and for divers with sensitive eyes, waiting for the dive boat to come by for a pick-up in that glare ranges from annoying to painful. On the boat, you can wear sunglasses, but what about in the water? Scubapro addresses this need with this spin on its Spectra dive mask, the Spectra Mirrored. Basically, this mask functions like a pair of sunglasses on the surface without darkening vision underwater. Otherwise, the mask the same as the original Spectra, with its two-windowed design, wide field of vision, and a design that fits most face sizes. The strap also earned good marks for its ease of adjustment.

Average Price: $100 for Spectra Mirrored; $35 for the standard Spectra.