The OMS Scuba and skin diving Mask Guide 
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  OMS  ICU ™ MASK

Fit and field of view are the most important considerations when selecting a mask. The OMS ICU ™ line of masks have been designed to fit most faces and fit them superbly. You will find that if you tilt your head back and place any of the OMS ICU ™ masks on your face, that the weight of the mask, when you gently inhale through your nose, will allow an even seal. After you try your mask on determine your field of view by locating objects from the peripheral areas of the mask. You will find that the ICU ™ masks are superbly engineered to provide the necessary field of view to read your gauges, and locate essential equipment.

The ICU ™ masks have the following features: Heat tempered, distortion free lenses, feather edge seal skirt, ear equalizing nose pocket, adjustable split head strap with no slip buckles, black or clear frame with secure lens retainers and the choice of a black or clear silicone skirt. For those that prefer even a greater field of view try the ICU ™ WIDE EYES™ with clear Silicone skirt.

Optional corrective lenses are available in 1/2 diopter increments from -1.0 through -9.0 for near-sighted correction.

     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
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