H2O Tri-View Frameless Mask MS13-BlkSil 027449 H2O Tri-View Frameless Mask MS13-BlkSil 027449
H2O Tri-View Frameless Mask MS13-BlkSil 027449 H2O Tri-View Frameless Mask MS13-BlkSil 027449

Mfg Part #: MS13

H2O Tri-View Frameless Mask

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  • Free Protective Hard Case included
  • For XLarge Faces (220 lbs+)
  • 3 window frameless mask
  • Low Volume
  • COLORS: Clear or Black Silicone
  • FULL MANUFACTURER'S WARRANTY

     

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Average Customer Review: based on 10 reviews.

Rating: H2O Tri-View Frameless Mask Review - $49.95 - Scuba Gear Customer Reviews
Reviewer: Barry Smith
I purchased this mask as I was looking for something which had a larger FOV (field of view) and this mask does provide it. The Tri-View provides one of the best all around viewing masks that i have come across. This mask is also slightly larger than the standard sizes, which was the reason for my purchase. Im a big guy and most other masks cut close to my nose and the corners of my eyes. The closer the frame to your eyes restricts the side view. Hence my purchase of the mask. When trying it on, it seemed to fit real well. However upon diving with this mask i found myself on a constant mask clearing exercise. I could not get the mask to stay water-tight. every 3-5 mins i would have to clear the mask and try again. At first i thought it may be getting caught on my hood. On my second dive (my buddy now also aware), i tried again, however i had the same issues all over again. it just seemed that on closer inspection by my buddy while we were at around 60 ft, that the silicon seal would turn away from my face, as if it was too soft. I tried several times, to loosen/ tighten this mask, however i had to admit defeat, that this mask was not for me. Brilliant FOV but I had issues with the Skirt seal.

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Rating: H2O Tri-View mask for big faces
Reviewer: Vikki Landmark
I bought this mask for my husband who is a big man (300 lbs, 63") because it was advertised for big faces. However, it is not any bigger than any other mask we have and is not big enough for him. I will say that the visability is amazing with a very clear view all around, but it certainly does not live up to being made for big faces. (I am 54", average weight, and it fits me fine).

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40 out of 77 people found this review helpful.

Rating: H2O Tri-View Frameless Mask Review - $49.95 - Scuba Gear Customer Reviews
Reviewer: Ali Sinan Tüzün  -  View all my reviews
Havent tried in the sea yet but it looks like great quality and excellent fit to my huge face

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Rating: Comfortable well fitting mask
Reviewer: Charles P.  -  View all my reviews
My wife actually got this with the nose purge addition. The purge she could go either way on, but the mask itself set comfortably on her face and leaked no water. Mask has a wide field of vision and does not impair your peripheral vision.

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92 out of 194 people found this review helpful.

Rating: Fits Larger Faces very well
Reviewer: Joseph W.  -  View all my reviews
This mask fits my melon head very well, doesnt cut into the brigde of my nose like other masks have in the past.

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19 out of 35 people found this review helpful.

Rating: Tri-View Frameless Scuba Dive Mask Glacier 3 Clear Mas
Reviewer: Jay Barth  -  View all my reviews
Took a little while to get it to stay dry, but I have a very large head...after an afternoon of adjustments, got it right and it worked great from then on...

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73 out of 150 people found this review helpful.

Rating: big face mask
Reviewer: Cory Lund
Im 68" and 270 pounds. Very few masks fit me at all. This one fit well enough, and had a very good range of view.

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46 out of 94 people found this review helpful.

Rating: H2O Tri-View Frameless Mask - No BS Assesssment
Reviewer: Donald A. Dutcher
THE FACTS: Well made, quality mask. The field of view is outstanding. Mask strap is extra wide in the back. Looks great. MY OPINION: I am 63" and weigh 225 lbs. I ordered the extra large which fits me, but I think my face is not wide enough for this size. When I snorkelled with it on two occassions, the skirt seal broke in the nose area. I repositioned the mask higher on my face so it snugged up under my nose and it seemed to help, but I also had issues with the sides of the skirt folding over towards the front of the mask on a couple of occassions letting water in. THE BOTTOM LINE: The issues I had with this mask are a sizing issue only. Unless you have a larger than normal face, I think the normal size range will be best. This mask has a great field of view and the side windows make it even better, but Im a 3-lens guy. I ordered the black silicone because it wont be brown in a year like clear silicone masks will. It looks cool now and it will still look cool in 10 years. This mask was my first frameless and I am impressed. It is one of the most comfortable masks I have tried. I have already decided this is the mask for me and I have ordered the normal size. Hope this helps.

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258 out of 533 people found this review helpful.

Rating: Great mask
Reviewer: john S.
This mask doesnt leak, and the lense without the center frame allows a large window of view. This is the best mask I have owned.

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84 out of 166 people found this review helpful.

Rating: Mask
Reviewer: Charles M.
The mask worked great and was as I expected

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186 out of 403 people found this review helpful.

Questions and Answers for H2O Tri-View Frameless Mask:


  • Chris:

    I have a large head and face and normal masks dont fit right they push up on my nose and let in water. What mask do u carry that will suit my needs Chris

    Bob  (Certified Scuba Instructor at Scuba.com):

    For more specifics details on products please contact our instructors at 800-34SCUBA or at info@scuba.com . This is an ongoing database and products change year to year so specifics do not always remain valid. This particular mask is designed specifically for divers with a larger head or a wider face. It is designed to give a more proper seal and fit, with improved visibility.

  • Roy:

    i inquired a couple of days ago about the tusa liberator and visualator masks, and received a quick response (thank you!) suggesting i consider the h2o tri-view mask. response also included the notion that the tusa models were probably not going to fit me well i included the remark that my face is wide, quite similar to john candys or jonathan winters. this afternoon i visited a lds and sure enough, the response i got from scuba.com was right on the mark, as the tusa visualator mask did not fit at all, so im now inclined to focus on the h2o tri-view. but i have another question. i read in customer reviews that theres a size option (large model, and smaller model). however i dont see anywhere how to a particular size. can you help me on this? are there really different sizes available with the tri-view, and if so, please instruct me on how to the large(r) model. all i could see from the options button were different products, none of which made any sense, as the options are not germane to the h2o tri-view. whats going on? thanks, and i eagerly await another clarification from scuba.com. aloha!

    Darrick  (Certified Scuba Instructor at Scuba.com):

    Hello Roy, with this mask there is only one size and that is the larger size you are looking for in a mask.

  • Michael:

    Hi there. I have a relatively wide face but a big nose. The last mask you recommended (i think it is a TUSA Visualator or something like that)is not too bad but after three or four dives on the liveaboard each day and the bottom of my nose between the nostrils was rubbing raw due to compression. Does this mask have more room in the pocket for my nose? What is your best mask for avoiding rubbing on the spot betweent eh nostrils at the bottom? Thanks!

    Bob  (Certified Scuba Instructor at Scuba.com):

    This mask would be the next best choice after the Visualator. Many think it's a better choice and offers more room.

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