If you're a glasses wearer whose leisure time involves diving or snorkelling, a prescription dive mask can really change your life. You'll get a clearer view of the fish and aquatic life, see potential hazards sooner, and find your gear on the shore more easily.
We have four distinctive styles of masks: the Tusa Intega M2004 ($240 mask only) , the Tusa Freedom CEOS M212 ($200 mask only), the Tusa Splendive ($130 mask only ) and the Tusa Prodive ($240 including prescription lenses).
Get all the up-to-date details about the masks (including the colours), snorkels and lenses in our downloadable information sheet.
Tusa prescription lenses are available for the Intega, the Freedom and the Splendive for $200. They're available in short-sighted powers from -1.00 to -8.00
and in long-sighted powers from +1.00 to +4.50
steps. The lens centration can't be altered but you can order different lens powers for each eye. Stock bifocal lenses are also available in certain models - the usual system is to have one bifocal lens only and put it on the side you read your gauges.
The M212 is pictured below - more pictures in the information sheet.