When should I replace my scuba mask?
Test your seal when out of the water by pushing the mask against your face without the strap around the back of your head. If you find your mask no longer adheres to your face on the surface, it’s likely time to replace it. Lastly, a lens crack, even a small one, renders a mask unusable.
How do you store a scuba mask?
Store Your Dive Mask in a Cool, Dry Place
Always store it in a cool and dry place that isn’t exposed to direct sunlight. Sunlight can degrade the plastic on the mask, making it brittle and rendering it useless and fragile. It’s best to keep a dive mask in a mesh bag or other gear bag that facilitates airflow.
How long can you breathe with a scuba mask?
Scorkl makes a full face snorkel that will let you be fully submerged for 10 minutes.
How much does a good dive mask cost?
These options (and a range of color schemes) are a matter of personal preference–just make sure the mask you choose fits right. Cost – From $50 to $200. Our Advice – Clear or light-colored mask skirts let more light in and are generally more comfortable for new divers.
What can you do with old scuba gear?
Consider donating your gear to an organization that uses divers, like your local aquarium. Jack Kuhn of Harbor Dive in Sausalito, CA, donates his store’s used wetsuits, masks and fins to the nearby Marine Mammal Center.