Fourth Element has announced the launch of its new Seeker mask, designed to offer an ‘unparalleled’ field of vision and a universal fit for divers of all levels.
According to Fourth Element, the Seeker’s innovative design has focused on the two primary objectives of maximizing the diver’s field of vision while maintaining a comfortable fit.
The low-profile, single-lens design provides a ‘brighter and wider visual experience’ for the wearer, so close to the natural human field of vision that the company says it ‘comes close to the feeling of not wearing a mask at all.’
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The Seeker mask has been engineered to fit nearly everyone comfortably, thanks to new facial geometry and a soft silicone skirt, which moulds to the contours of the diver’s face for a leak-free seal.
The mask’s reduced internal volume also makes equalisation and mask clearing easier, making it ideal for both novice and experienced divers.
‘The Seeker Mask represents Fourth Element’s commitment to the pursuit of innovation in diving equipment,’ said a company press release. ‘Whether you’re exploring vibrant coral reefs or descending into the depths of underwater caves, the Seeker mask is your ticket to a truly immersive and visually stunning underwater world.’
The Seeker mask is currently available in grey, blue and black versions, with the black version having the option of a clear ‘Clarity’ lens, or a green-tinted ‘Contrast’ lens.
The mask is compatible with Fourth Element’s recycled plastic straps and is available through Fourth Element’s authorised dealers and fourthelement.com