The Seac Libera Full Face Snorkel is Seac's finest Full Face Snorkel Mask made from the best materials and features. By keeping the water away from your eyes nose and mouth the Libera is best for snorkelers who don't like water anywhere near your face.
A completely separate circuit for inhaled and exhaled gas greatly reduces any CO2 build up. The exhalation section has a minimal internal volume so more CO2 is expelled compared to other Full Face Snorkel Masks.
One of the best features of the Libera is that you don't need to prepare or defog the mask like other masks. The wide lens will fog when on your face but every time you breathe in fresh air rushes over it an the mask defogs itself so you can see clearly.
WHO IS THE LIBERA FOR?
The Libera is made for snorkellers who do not like water anywhere near their face. Unlike separate masks and snorkels the Libera combines the two with a huge seal that keeps all the water away from your face. If any water does make its way into the mask a purge valve at the bottom will push it out of the mask simply by breathing normally.
While the Libera does have a dry top snorkel so the snorkel closes whenever submerged it's best used on the surface. The air pocket inside the mask will be quite buoyant so while you can swim under the surface the mask will always try to float up to the surface.
The Extra Small is specifically redesigned for kids. unlike other masks that just fit a smaller skirt the Libera XS or "Fun" has a unique shape for the entire mask so it is smaller and rounder and fits children better.
Snorkelling Fins are a fantastic accessory to help you move through the water and you don't have to buy huge fins to get a benefit, shorter fins can be perfect for most snorkelers on holiday.
If you're swimming somewhere nice and sunny a Rash Vest is essential to protect you from the sun. On the surface the water will cool you so you don't notice the hot sun bearing down on you so it's best to protect yourself.
There are many Full Face snorkel Masks on the market today but Seac three grades of Mask. This Libera is their top of the range, Down a step is the Unica that has many of the same features but for a material elasticated strap and their budget mask is the Magica that features lower grade materials.
A similar mask from another manufacturer would be the OceanREEF Aria, a very similar mask to the Unica but made by a different supplier.
?All Full-Face Masks will have a one-way purge valve at the bottom, but most will just allow the exhaust to vent in any direction. Some masks have adjustable exhalation, so you can control the exhaust to vent in one direction or increase the force required to open the valve.Close.
?The lower points of the mask strap can be fitted with quick release mechanisms, so you can quickly pull up or push a button to loosen the mask and pull it off fast if you need to.Close.
?Full Face Diving Masks can be fitted with a Surface Air Valve, so you can breathe on the surface without wasting valuable gas. While all can be fitted with a SAV some come fitted as standard.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.
?The opening of the top of a full-face snorkel may have one of three openings; Open, Deflector or Dry. Open top snorkels are just a simple tube that allows air to flow in and out freely but will allow water in if submerged. Deflector tops prevent waves from splashing water in but will let water in if submerged but Dry tops will deflect waves and close the top of the snorkel when submerged to stop water getting in only to open again when you surface.Close.
?Holding the mask to your head is a four- or six-point adjustable strap. Elastic Fabric straps are comfortable and don't pull on your hair but can lose their elasticity over time. Silicone straps are stretchy and grippy but can stick to your hair sometimes.Close.
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