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Cressi Calibro Mask
Questions & Answers
Same item in a set or different variant
Newer model that offers advancements in technology, features, and performance over the previous version.
Is mask for man/woman or unisex?
Is the mask for adult or child?
What color the mask is?
- White, Pink
- Blue Metal
A frameless diving mask is a type of mask without a rigid frame, featuring a lens directly bonded to the skirt for a lower volume, wider field of vision, and increased comfort.
Two button buckle
Does the mask have two-button buckle? It makes it easy to operate when wearing gloves.
- 0.2 kg
- 7.05 oz (converted)
Number of lenses
How many lenses the mask have?
Does this mask have an option to use optical lenses?
Does this mask have mirrored version
- Cressi’s next generation diving masks are all equipped with the idf-integrated dual frame technology which offers exceptional field of view, and the new calibro is no exception. The mask is designed so that the integrated face and frame allow for an extremely hydrodynamic and compact shape and a particularly wide lens, maintaining the mask extremely close to the face. Cressi’s calibro combines minimal internal volume with a phenomenal field of view due to the raked angle of the frame. The buckles are, as always, directly integrated into the rigid skirt through a solid but flexible rubber attachment that allows you to adjust and place the mouthpiece without shifting the mask. Thanks to its matte coating the mask’s components all match, enhancing the underwater experience since it prevents reflections in the water that may disturb marine life. Calibro is the perfect mask also for free-diving since it is designed to provide the diver with a feeling of total freedom and comfort
- TECHNICAL FEATURES • A patented membrane surrounding the inner nose pocket which acts as a barrier and traps any moisture escaping from the diver’s nose involuntarily when breathing through the mouth. the result is that not only is the moisture channeled away from the lenses, thus avoiding the fogging up of them, but it also reduces the need to compensate for pressure. to further improve the anti-fog effect, cressi suggests, the first times that the dive mask is used, to spray some anti-fog solution or to apply some saliva on the inside of the lenses and then to rinse them with water.