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July

Tusa Freedom One Dive Mask Review

Written by Dive Gear Reviews Editor. Comments Off on Tusa Freedom One Dive Mask Review Posted in: Below $100, Dive Masks

Tusa’s latest mask is the M-211 Freedom One, named for the use of Tusa’s “Freedom Technology” in the skirt design. This embraces a trio of features intended to increase comfort and sealing efficiency. The skirt has a pattern of dimples to improve the mask’s general seal, and a set of ridges above the cheekbones to absorb mask compression. Also the part of the skirt above the mouthpiece has variable thickness, improving the seal in that area. The result is a super-dry, super-comfy mask that also comes with Tusa’s quick-adjust buckles, three-dimensional strap, and rounded-skirt edges.

The company also produces a suped-up “Pro” version of the mask. The M-211S Freedom One Pro adds lenses with an anti-reflective and anti-UV coating to the basic package.

The Freedom One mask comes with both clear and transparent skirts, and with a variety of colors for the lens frames.

Average Price: The basic version of this mask is listed at $89, but is sometimes discounted to as low as $50, and typically priced between $70 and $80. The Freedom One Pro is listed at $115.