Do Bifocal Lenses for SCUBA Masks Exist?

It’s not an uncommon problem. You may be a recreational diver who goes out several times a year or just enjoys that occasional SCUBA adventure whenever you fit in a hard-earned vacation. Yet you’ve reached that point in life where up-close objects appear blurry and unfocused. Reading glasses or bifocals have become a necessary tool for reading and writing. But you can’t bring your reading glasses or bifocals with you on a dive, and you’ve noticed on your last several outings that your vision issues are hampering your underwater excursions.

Bifocal Lenses for SCUBA Masks

You don’t have to assume your best dives are behind you. Any of the dive masks offered by Aqua Eyewear are available in a bifocal option. They’re also available in any prescription, as well, so you can essentially incorporate the functions of your regular bifocals into your SCUBA mask. It’s like combining your prescription glasses with your reading glasses and having them mounted into a dive mask; the best of all possible worlds for a SCUBA enthusiast with a need for vision correction.

MRx Prescription Dive MaskA popular model for both diving and snorkeling is the MRx Prescription Dive Mask. It comes in six different colors and includes a purge valve so you can drain your mask when necessary. In addition to the bifocal option, other features include:

  • Revolutionary ergonomic quick-adjusting buckles
  • Top-quality purge valve
  • One size fits most
  • The highest grade silicone available for a soft, comfortable fit
  • Ultra low volume

Black Silicone Back Up MaskAnother offering is the Black Silicone Back-Up Mask. Don’t be fooled by the name – this mask is durable and reliable enough for everyday use. Customizable as a bifocal and offered in an impressive array of prescriptions, this mask also features:

  • Low profile, split-lens configuration
  • Minimal frame coupled with super-soft black silicone
  • Includes “tech style” glue-on pocket

LX Children's MaskThe need for bifocals, of course, isn’t limited to adults over the age of forty. So why should prescription dive masks be limited to that age group? The LX Children’s Mask includes the option of a bifocal just like Aqua Eyewear’s adult masks. Your son or daughter doesn’t have to miss a minute of the fun and excitement of a dive just because they require vision correction. In addition to an included snorkel, the LX features:

  • Silicone face skirt
  • A one-way purge value for easy drainage
  • Tempered glass lens for safety and easy to adjust buckles
  • Dry-Top “Hydro-Adhesion Technology” keeps splashed water out
  • Ergonomic shape with a comfortable mouthpiece

The sea offers another world of richness and beauty, teeming with life. See it all – and see it clearly – the next time your don your SCUBA gear.

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Do Bifocal Lenses for SCUBA Masks Exist?

It’s not an uncommon problem. You may be a recreational diver who goes out several times a year or just enjoys that occasional SCUBA adventure whenever you fit in a hard-earned vacation. Yet you’ve reached that point in life where up-close objects appear blurry and unfocused. Reading glasses or bifocals have become a necessary tool for reading and writing. But you can’t bring your reading glasses or bifocals with you on a dive, and you’ve noticed on your last several outings that your vision issues are hampering your underwater excursions.

Bifocal Lenses for SCUBA Masks

You don’t have to assume your best dives are behind you. Any of the dive masks offered by Aqua Eyewear are available in a bifocal option. They’re also available in any prescription, as well, so you can essentially incorporate the functions of your regular bifocals into your SCUBA mask. It’s like combining your prescription glasses with your reading glasses and having them mounted into a dive mask; the best of all possible worlds for a SCUBA enthusiast with a need for vision correction.

MRx Prescription Dive MaskA popular model for both diving and snorkeling is the MRx Prescription Dive Mask. It comes in six different colors and includes a purge valve so you can drain your mask when necessary. In addition to the bifocal option, other features include:

  • Revolutionary ergonomic quick-adjusting buckles
  • Top-quality purge valve
  • One size fits most
  • The highest grade silicone available for a soft, comfortable fit
  • Ultra low volume

Black Silicone Back Up MaskAnother offering is the Black Silicone Back-Up Mask. Don’t be fooled by the name – this mask is durable and reliable enough for everyday use. Customizable as a bifocal and offered in an impressive array of prescriptions, this mask also features:

  • Low profile, split-lens configuration
  • Minimal frame coupled with super-soft black silicone
  • Includes “tech style” glue-on pocket

LX Children's MaskThe need for bifocals, of course, isn’t limited to adults over the age of forty. So why should prescription dive masks be limited to that age group? The LX Children’s Mask includes the option of a bifocal just like Aqua Eyewear’s adult masks. Your son or daughter doesn’t have to miss a minute of the fun and excitement of a dive just because they require vision correction. In addition to an included snorkel, the LX features:

  • Silicone face skirt
  • A one-way purge value for easy drainage
  • Tempered glass lens for safety and easy to adjust buckles
  • Dry-Top “Hydro-Adhesion Technology” keeps splashed water out
  • Ergonomic shape with a comfortable mouthpiece

The sea offers another world of richness and beauty, teeming with life. See it all – and see it clearly – the next time your don your SCUBA gear.

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