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New Paragon Mask Revealed by TUSA

A new professional diver’s mask has been revealed by TUSA - the Paragon M2001SQB.

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A new professional diver’s mask has been revealed by TUSA – the Paragon M2001SQB.

The mask features TUSA’s new reinforced Tri-Mix frame, Freedom Technology with Fit II, and the UV 420 Lens Treatment with AR and CrystalView Optical Glass which helps you dive with eye protection and clarity.

Three distinct layers have been combined to produce one superior frame structure – Polyurethane (PuRiMaX) material bumper protection and a cross-beam metal frame structure combined with the polycarbonate frame bolted together – to create a seriously tough mask.

Retailing at US$200/€163, the paragon mask features technologies to enhance fit and performance. This includes a dimpled skirt surface with varied silicone thicknesses and stability ridges in addition to a proprietary low-friction skirt surface on the fitting line. The new Fit II technology adds strength and rigidness to the skirt for use in tough environments.

The lens is treated to protect against both ultraviolet light as well as high-energy visible (HEV) light.

The spec also includes an Angle Strap Adjustor with Side Hold; a 3D Mask Strap; a Strap Stopper; a Quick-Adjust Buckle System; an Offset Buckle; an Easy Drain; a Freedom Dry; a Damper; and a Round Edge Skirt.

To find out more, head over to the TUSA website.

Our gear content is sponsored by Mike’s Dive Store, the UK’s premier dive retailer. For all your diving needs visit them in-store or online for your diving, freediving, snorkelling and servicing.

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