Fourth Element has announced two new additions to its mask collection for 2022 – the Aquanaut Freediving and the Navigator Tech. Both come with a selection of optional lenses depending on personal preference and type of diving.
Fourth Element Aquanaut
The Aquanaut freediving mask features a new design of silicone skirt which has been developed to fit as many face shapes as possible from a single design. The low volume freediving mask is compact in size but offers a wide field of view through the two different lens types that are available. Although it’s named as a freediving mask, Fourth Element says the design makes it ‘a very capable all-purpose mask and a perfect second mask for tech divers.
Fourth Element Navigator Tech
The Navigator mask is designed for comfort at depth for technical divers. Like its Freediving counterpart, the Navigator has an excellent field of vision and is available with two lens types called ‘Clarity’ and ‘Enhance’, and – also like the Freediving mask – is suitable for all divers, not just its technical namesake.
Every Fourth Element mask is supplied in a zero plastic mask case that fits into the foot pocket of a fin, continuing the company’s mission to reduce plastic in its products and packaging
A range of snorkels to accompany the masks has also been launched, with a range of design options for shape, mouthpiece and splash protection. Picture above are the Dry (RRP £27.95), Float (RRP £19.95) and Splash (RRP £24.95)