Average Customer Review: based on 7 reviews.Rating: Good, But not for bigger noses
I am looking for the TUSA Platina Mask with only +2 gage readers. Just had corrective eye surgery and eyes are now 20/20 but need a +2 to read my computer/camera.
Hello Larry, you can get: http://www.scuba.com/scuba-gear-54/028512/Trident-Stick-On-Optical-Lens-for-Masks.html that would work for the mask you are wanting. As for glass optical lens this mask does not have that option unless you would have them custom made.
M-20 TUSA Platina Mask
The M-20 Platina mask eliminates the inner frame that blocks the field of vision and attaches the lens directly to the frame to realize a super-slim frame. The Direct Sashing System (D.S.S.) results in a major increase in the upper/lower-left/right visibility range. It also achieves a major narrowing of the center joints connecting the left and right lenses to eliminate the vision field split.
Like all TUSA masks, it incorporates a wide range of features to enhance comfort and provide clarity of vision.
> Direct Sashing System (D.S.S.)
> Narrow center joint eliminates vision split
> Corrective lenses available (MC-20)
> Colors: Black (BK), Cobalt Blue (CBL), Flash Yellow (FY), Pearlescent Pink (PP), Translucent (T)
> Also available in black silicone (M-20QB): Black/Red (BK/R)
Corrective lenses are offered on several styles of masks. This option allows the diver to choose right and left lens powers in both a variety of diopters for maximum flexibility and for a custom fit.
Mask, Snorkel and Fin Care
Q: Should I clean my new mask?
During the production process silicone film can form on the glass lenses which can cause increased fogging. A toothpaste or a very mild abrasive liquid can be used to gently scrub the inside of the lens to remove this silicone layer. This will help to reduce excessive fogging on a new mask.
Q: What causes my mask to fog, is something wrong?
As mentioned above when new it is typically the silicone film from production. However, over time oils and contaminants can build up on the lenses causing a layer on top of the lens that will increase fogging. We recommend cleaning the mask occasionally with a mild liquid soap or detergent to remove this build up. This can help to reduce fogging that may occur with a dirty lens.
Q: How do I stop my mask from fogging?
Aftermarket anti-fog solutions are available and can be used on TUSA masks. Companies such as JAWS, McNett, and 500psi amongst others offer suitable products. Please contact your local TUSA retailer for their recommendation.
Q: I have CrystalView AR/UV lenses in my mask, any additional care required?
Masks such as the M-211 Freedom One PRO and M-28S Geminus PRO are equipped with CrystalView AR/UV lenses. These optical glass lenses are treated with a multi-layer proprietary anti-reflective and ultraviolet coating that is hardened for durability. Although not likely, care should be taken when using these lenses as the coating could possibly be scratched or removed. The coating is on the outside of the mask lens, which allows cleaning and use of an anti-fog solution on the inside without issue. Take care to read the included care and maintenance information with each CrystalView AR/UV equipped mask.
Q: How should I care for my mask, snorkel and fins?
After use rinse your equipment in fresh clean water and dry thoroughly before storing. Take care that any purge valves or snorkel tops are free from sand and debris that can cause leakage. Store in a cool dry place away from heat and sun. Do not dry your equipment in direct UV light for extended periods of time.
Q: Can I get parts for my Mask, Fins or Snorkel?
TUSA offers a variety of straps, buckles and accessories for replacement if a part is broken or damaged. These are available as TUSA CARE genuine accessories and must be purchased from your authorized retailer.