Mask Prescription Lenses Explained

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Mask Prescription Lenses Explained
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In this video, Mark talks about the differences between prescription lenses and how to pick the right ones for you.
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5 Comments
  1. Kevin Mccarthy says

    I love the show, I am a rentry into the sport and want to buy the atomics venom mask with the special coatings unimpared with custom lenses with out the arc coatings. I do not want to try diving in contacts, with all the sloshing going on.

  2. joshua smith says

    I like your videos, but when it comes to buying lenses, I go to Copeland's dive shop, because they are a 45 minute drive away, and you guys are an 8 hour flight away from where I live. Keep up the great videos though, I like watching them and I'm all the way over here in Texas.

  3. The Morening says

    I have a stigmatism in my left eye and I wanted to know if your store has lenses for oceanic brand.

  4. mectic says

    So I’m new to this channel but have been binge watching. My eyes are -3 so should I just use lenses?

  5. LittleShaun Hughes says

    I'm new to your channel. I like what I've seen so far.
    I was quite interested in diving for many years and had inquired about that as a career. There were a few problems. I had recently started taking water pills for high blood pressure. Thus frequent urination. IBS is another. A scuba diving course of course is required. The biggest problem however was and still is,… I can't swim. Sounds obvious that I would need to learn that first, but my thinking was: maybe I could learn it with the diving gear.
    As a boy, while taking lessons, I was briefly pinned on the bottom of the pool and since then I could never learn to breath during swimming. I never got over that fear of inhaling a lot of water. So I never passed. Scuba diving is still a great interest that was forgotten. My question is: would it be possible to learn scuba diving first? I would have little problem (I think) outside of poor conditioning if I had a guarantee that I would not aspirate.

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