Scuba Mask: How to get the best fit

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So once you’ve bought your new mask you must ensure that it is a good fit before using the mask in any form of water and before any treatments to the lenses are applied. Once the mask has been used in water or if the lenses have been cleaned with a mask scrub solution or toothpaste (to help prevent fogging) we are unable to accept it back for a refund or exchange.

This video will simply explain and show you how to get check that your mask has an air-tight (therefore water-tight) fit.

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5 Comments
  1. Kieran Hedley says

    Yeya! Love this a lot (: Going to be using this as inspiration for my own channel ay. Keep up the good work!

  2. Martin Jablonský says

    Pleas, what music is that in intro and outro? I know it from somewhere but I cannot remember from where.

  3. Simply Scuba says

    +yvine carino, you're only inhaling enough to hold the mask to your face.  You won't be able to breathe in completely if you have a mask that fits properly.

    If you sniff and the mask sticks to your face even when you smile you have a perfect fit.

    Safe Diving,
    Mark

  4. yvine carino says

    i can't breath in my nose .. when i use it
    Can you help me please?

  5. private arsenal says

    That method doesn't necessarily work.  I've gone through half a dozen masks that all sealed perfectly on the surface using this method, as soon as I go in the water, I get leaks, usually around the top right corner. 

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