Fourth Element has unveiled the latest addition to its collection of masks – the new Scout Dive Mask, a customisable mask with several different colour options for lens, skirt and strap.
According to Fourth Element, the Scout’s lens system is designed ‘to deliver an optimised experience for different conditions when diving – whether for underwater photographers looking to maximise the light transmission or wreck divers needing to enhance their perception of dimly lit surroundings.’
- Single-lens frameless mask
- Ideal for snorkelling and scuba diving
- Angled profile to maximise field of view
- Soft silicone skirt for optimised comfort fit
- Easily interchangeable straps
Each mask can be custom-built for the wearer’s requirements using the options available on the Fourth Element website. In keeping with the company’s campaign to produce sustainable dive gear, the Scout is created using recycled materials wherever possible. The elasticated strap is made using rubber and recycled nylon; the clips – which have been designed so that they will fit most mask buckles – are made using recycled waste ABS plastic from the automotive industry.
The Scout comes with a low-profile protective case with a cushioned half shell to protect the lenses.