The DiveRite Frameless Mask is a smart and simple black skirted mask with a slim profile and smaller internal volume. By bonding the tempered glass lens directly to the silicone skirt the mask doesn't need a bulky frame so the lens can be closer to your face for a lower internal volume and wider field of vision.
WHO'S THE FRAMELESS MASK FOR?
Any diver or snorkeller who wants a simple mask with minimal bulk and a wide field of vision. The black frameless design is prefered by advanced technical divers but is suitable for anybody.
A simple black mask will match a simple black snorkel like the Dual. All masks require preparation and treatment to remove contaminants on the lens like release agents and sunblock. A brand new mask will need preparation with something like Sea Buff and before every dive a quick Defog Spray will keep your mask from fogging up.
About Dive Rite
Dive Rite is a pioneer in the SCUBA diving equipment industry. Some of Dive Rite's very first products include the first wing solely dedicated for doubles and the first commercially available back plate.
If you have longer hair and want to avoid it becoming tangled in the mask strap or just want the strap to be more comfortable remember to purchase a Strap Wrapper.
Dive Rite Frameless Mask - Features
?Masks are available with either an external (Frame) or internal (Frameless) which gives the mask it's structural strength. Somes advantages of an external frame design are replacement of parts as the mask can usually be dismantled into its component parts and some manufacturers offer off the shelf corrective lenses which can be retro fitted. The advantages of a frameless design are that the mask is usually of a lower profile (less internal volume) which masks clearing easier, the skirt wraps around the internal frame providing a more flexible seamless finish and the overall weight of the mask is reduced.Close
?Some mask lenses are specially coated to improve colour / light characters. Most coatings work by reducing the amount of light that is reflected as it passes through the glass, reducing glare and reflections and improving brightness within the mask.Close
?The main lenses are available in two different configurations, Single and Twin. Single lens masks provide a more open vision as the frame between the centre of the eyes is removed, this also typically results in a lower profile mask. Twin lens masks can allow for individual corrective lenses to be retro fitted, completely replacing the original lenses.Close
?A low profile mask offers the smallest internal volume possible, making clearing easier.Close
?Side lenses are small glass panels which provide better peripheral vision and also increase the amount of light that is able to enter the mask. The lenses can either be fitted directly to the main lenses to offer a seamless field of view or as separate lenses built into the side of the mask frame.Close
?Some masks allow off the shelf perscription lenses to be retro fitted to the mask, completely replacing the original lenses.Close
?The skirt is the seal around your face that stops the water from getting in. Cheaper masks will just have a Thermoplastic that will do the job but harden over time and discolour if left in the sun. Most are Silicone that are soft, create an effective seal and don't discolour quickly. The highest-grade silicone is Hypoallergenic that is purer with few impurities for a crystal-clear skirt that is soft and effective.Close
We offer free tracked UK standard delivery on orders over £50.
Standard UK delivery is £3.95 for orders under £50. You will receive your order 2 - 4 days from the date of despatch. Order by 3pm on a working weekday and we will aim to despatch the same day.
Next Working Day for the UK is £6.95.
We hope you will be completely satisfied with any product purchased from Simply Scuba.
However, you can return it for any reason within 14 days from the date of despatch for a full refund (less postage costs).
Royal Mail tracked return option within the UK for your convenience.
Diving Mask Advice
How To Choose Your Mask
Looking for advice on choosing your first dive mask?
Not a problem. Watch our video from our in-house expert Mark.
How To Fit A Mask
Not sure how to ensure your new mask fits perfectly before you take it for a dive?
Watch our video with Mark to learn how to ensure the perfect fit.
How To Prepare Your Mask
Learn how to prepare your mask for a dive.
Mark talks about how to use toothpaste and other methods to prepare your lenses so they don't fog up so quickly.