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  • SeaDive SeaClear RayBlocker-HD Mask
  • SeaDive SeaClear RayBlocker-HD Mask

SeaDive SeaClear RayBlocker-HD Mask

$130.00 Regular Price
$129.95Sale Price
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The SeaClear RayBlocker-HD mask is not only a popular mask in the RayBlocker-HD line, but it is the only mask that can accept corrective RayBlocker-HD lenses.

The SeaClear RayBlocker-HD can be purchased as an off-the-shelf, ready-to dive mask, or it can be purchased without lenses, so that you may install RayBlocker-HD corrective lenses yourself. Your local dive store can assist if necessary.

  • RayBlocker-HD lens coatings use Sharper Image Technology, which provides enhanced edge definition, making subjects appear as if they are in high-definition

  • Effectively reduces glare and UV

  • The SeaClear Mask is available in black, hypoallergenic silicone and is sure to fit most faces

  • The ratcheting buckle system is easy to adjust with gloves on

SeaClear RayBlocker-HD™ Mask with Corrective Lens Option

If you prefer to purchase the SeaClear RayBlocker-HD™ Mask with corrective lenses, you can purchase the mask with no lenses, along with 2 corrective lenses, and snap it together yourself. It’s quick and easy.

RayBlocker™ Corrective Lenses

RayBlocker Corrective Lenses are symmetrical so they can be installed in either the left-hand or right-hand position. They are available in 0.5 diopter increments from -1.5 to -6.5. Positive diopter lenses are not available.


Installation Procedure

Before installing the lenses, be sure that the edges of the lenses are clean, as well as the receiving channels in the silicone skirt. Remove any lint or hair. Carefully lay the lenses into the receiving channels of the silicone mask skirt. Make sure that they are laying flat and that the silicone mask skirt has come up around the edges of the lenses. Lay the subframe on top of the lenses. Using your thumbs and the adjacent insertion sequence diagram, begin pressing down on each corresponding pair of barbs to engage them into the mask’s main frame. Start with the “1”s, move to the outside to engage the “2”s and so on. Confirm that all 8 of the subframe barbs engage the mainframe. If you have difficulty, your local dive store can assist.


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