This Tusa Sport Liberator Adult Combo combines a Tusa Sport Liberator Mask (UM5000), which fits adult medium to large faces, with a Tusa Sport Imprex Hyperdry Snorkel (USP-190), plus two Tusa Corrective Lenses (MC-5100 L/R).
Great for Snorkelling and Diving. Mask fits Adult Medium to Large Faces.
Tusa Sport Liberator Mask
The Tusa Sport Liberator Mask (UM5000) is a high performance mask with an affordable price tag. The Liberator masks are often the first choice of many divers offering comfort and features to suit most faces and diving styles.
Tusa Sport Liberator Mask Features:
- A high grade hypoallergenic crystal silicone double feathered skirt for added comfort
- 2-window design for sharp looks and maximum field of view
- ClearVu tempered glass lens
- Low volume design for snug fit and easy clearing.
- EZ adjust buckle technology
- High quality polycarbonite frame with a choice of fashionable frame colours
- Lightweight construction
- Fits Adult Medium to Large Faces
- Corrective lens options available with this mask
Tusa Sport Imprex Hyperdry Snorkel
The Tusa Sport Imprex Hyperdry Snorkel (USP-190) has a special angled chamber at the top of the snorkel that is offset from the main barrel. This unique chamber helps prevent water from entering the main barrel while you're snorkelling by simply deflecting incoming water.
Tusa Sport Imprex Hyperdry Snorkel Features:
- Hypoallergenic crystal silicone flexible neck and mouthpiece
- Hyperdry technology reduces water flow into the snorkel
- Large capacity drain chamber and purge valve for easy clearing
- Ortho-consciously designed mouthpiece for ultimate comfort
Mask and Snorkel Colours:
The mask and snorkel colour combinations available are:
Clear skirt, Light Blue frame (CLB)
Clear skirt, Smoke frame (SK)
Black skirt, Black frame (BK/BK)
Mask Corrective Lenses
- Negative: -1.0 to -8.0 (step 0.5)
- Positive: +1.0 to +4.5 (step 0.5)
- Bifocal: not available
Two Corrective Lenses are included in the price.
Negative dioptre lenses for those with near-sighted or myopic vision are available in:
-0.5 dioptre increments from -1.0 to -8.0 (MC-5100).
Positive dioptre lenses for far-sighted divers are available in:
+0.5 dioptre increments from +1.0 to +4.5 (MC-5100).
TM-5700/5800/7000/7500 and M-40 Lens Replacement Manual (Adobe PDF, 1 page, 270 Kb)
Care and Maintenance:
Always be sure to rinse equipment in fresh clean water after use and before storage. Store in a cool dry place away from heat and sun. To wash the lens surface of a new or dirty mask use warm, clean water and baby shampoo and gently scrub the mask lens, skirt and strap until clean. This will help prevent fogging. Be sure to thoroughly rinse after cleaning.
Limited 3 Year Warranty:
Tusa Sport warranties this product to be free from defects in workmanship and material for a period of 3 YEARS from date of purchase. Products that are deemed defective under normal use within 3 years will be replaced or repaired without charge. For warranty service, return product with proof of purchase to the store where the product was purchased.
Why Black Skirt Diving and Snorkelling Masks Are Better
Clear silicone skirts on diving and snorkelling masks are popular because they minimise the claustrophobic feeling some people get when they wear a mask. Nevertheless, clear skirts actually interfere with vision. Extraneous light entering through the clear skirt makes it more difficult for the eye to focus and causes reflections that obscure vision. Demonstrate this by looking out a window from a lighted room at twilight. You will see better by cupping your hands around your eyes as you press your face to the window. For these reasons, knowledgeable divers and snorkellers seeking the best possible vision prefer masks with black silicone skirts.
Prescription Lens Mask Return Policy
Please Note: Masks fitted with corrective lenses to your specifications are treated as custom made products. They can only be returned if there is a fault with the mask under warranty. They can not be returned if you've ordered the wrong correction values. This is why we strongly recommend you consult your optometrist for their expert guidance to obtain the correct values.