Review of Tusa Paragon Mask

The Tusa Paragon Mask is one of the latest additions to the popular line of dive masks from Tusa company. It features a unique design that provides an excellent fit and plenty of visibility. And while it does have some drawbacks, these aren’t major enough to make us not recommend it for most divers.

Review of Tusa Paragon Mask


  • Ultimate clarity and UV protection
  • Polyurethane (PuRiMaX) material
  •  TRI-MIX frame
  • CrystalView Optical Glass
  • Freedom Technology with Fit II
  • Easy Drain
  • Angle Strap Adjustor with Side Hold

Tusa Paragon Mask Review

The Tusa Paragon Mask is a great option for divers who want to stay safe while they’re underwater. It’s designed to be lightweight and comfortable, so you can wear it for hours at a time without getting tired or uncomfortable.

The mask uses an easy-to-adjust strap system that lets you adjust the fit of the mask according to your face shape and facial hair needs. The dual lenses provide excellent visibility when you’re under water, so you won’t have any trouble seeing what’s going on around you.

The Paragon Mask also has an anti-fog coating on the inside of each lens to prevent condensation from forming on its surface, which can make it difficult for you to see clearly underwater. This means that whether you’re diving in cold water or warm water, your view won’t be impeded by condensation from inside your mask!

Comparison: Tusa Paragon Mask Vs Tusa Paragon S

The Tusa Paragon Mask S is the next generation of the Tusa Paragon Mask, with a few key differences:

  • Tusa Paragon S Mask has a higher-quality silicone that is softer and more flexible than the Tusa Paragon Mask.
  • Tusa Paragon S Mask has a redesigned nosepiece that fits closer to your face for better comfort and fit.
  • It has an even more streamlined design than the original, which makes it even easier to put on and take off.

Does the Tusa Paragon Mask fit well?

The Tusa Paragon mask is designed to be one size that fits all, a low volume mask that is lightweight and comfortable. However, many divers report that the Paragon does not fit well. In fact, some divers have trouble even getting their face inside the mask because it is so tight fitting around the nose and eyes.

If you have a narrow face or if your skin tends to be oily at times (like mine), this might not be the right dive mask for you. In addition to its lack of comfort, another issue with this diving gear is that it doesn’t seem very durable either—the strap has started fraying after just a few months of use!

Tusa Paragon’s visibility

The Tusa Paragon mask has a wide field of view, which means you can see more of your surroundings at once. This is helpful for many activities such as spearfishing, underwater photography and even just enjoying the scenery. The low volume and internal volume of this particular model also contribute to its wide-angle visibility.

Divers who want a wider field of view will find this mask perfect for their needs.

How good is the Tusa Paragon in cold water?

The Paragon mask is designed to be used in cold water. It’s not a snorkel for warm water, and you should never submerge it in hot water. This mask’s thermal design has been carefully crafted to dissipate heat away from your face and prevent fogging while you’re snorkeling or diving.

The TUSA Paragon™ is a full-featured mask that will provide all the comfort and performance you need when exploring tropical reefs or frigid waters around the world!

How easy is it to clear water out of the Tusa Paragon mask?

Tusa’s Paragon mask has a purge valve that makes it easy to clear water out of the mask. The purge valve is located in front of the eyes, so you can use it without removing your headgear or glasses.

I find that when I’m diving in cold water, I have to spend more time clearing my mask because condensation forms on the inside of the glass and distorts my view of what’s going on around me. Tusa designed their Paragon mask with a double-slit skirt that helps drain water out of the skirt as well as giving you an unobstructed field of vision.

Are there any other features to be aware of in the Tusa Paragon mask?

The strap is a one-piece design with a silicone seal for comfort and fit. To adjust the strap, press the buttons on each side of the mask until you hear them “click” into place. Repeat this process on both sides until all four clips have been released, then remove one side at a time by pressing down on each clip and pulling gently away from your face.

Once all four clips are removed, slide your hand under the strap where it meets your chin and pull it over your head so that it sits comfortably around both ears (if you’re wearing glasses). Make sure not to squeeze or force anything here because this can lead to water leaking through cracks in your seal or discomfort while swimming! If necessary, tighten or loosen any excess length by pulling on either end of the strap until there’s no slack left in between—you’ll know when you’ve got it right when everything feels snug against your head yet still comfortable enough not to be too tight or constrictive.”

What are the drawbacks of the Tusa Paragon Mask?

  • The silicone skirt on this mask is a little thin. It’s not the thinnest silicone I’ve ever seen, but it is a little thinner than some other masks I have used.
  • This mask is heavy. It’s not as heavy as other masks on the market (the Atomic Aquatics for example), but it’s still one of the heavier options out there.
  • The strap on this mask does not adjust and can be difficult for some people to use. If you have a wide face or a long face, you may find that this strap doesn’t fit well with your face type and will be uncomfortable when diving with it on for an extended period of time.

If these drawbacks sound like something that would affect you and/or your diving style, then maybe consider looking at another mask before purchasing one of these!

A revolutionary design of Tusa Paragon Mask

The Tusa Paragon Mask is a great choice for those who want a dive mask with a revolutionary design that fits perfectly. The Paragon has been designed with the diver in mind, and it shows. The wide field of view provided by this mask makes it perfect for cold water diving and other types of diving where you need to see as much as possible. In addition, the easy clearing capabilities ensure that you won’t have to delay your dives because of poor visibility.


  • Black/Black
  • Black
  • Fishtail Blue
  • Flash Yellow
  • Metallic Dark Red
  • Rose Pink
  • Energy Orange
  • Wite

Technical Specs

Item Length x Width x Height‎7.91 x 4.61 x 4.33 in
Package Weight‎0.45 Kg
Item Length x width x height‎8 x 5 x 5 in
Item Weight‎1 lb
Warranty Description‎TABATA USA warrants to the purchaser and consumer that the products TABATA USA manufacture or distribute are free from defects in materials or workmanship.
Model Name‎TUSA M-1002 Freedom Tina Scuba Diving Mask
Suggested UsersFor all
Manufacturer‎Tabata USA, Inc.
Part Number‎M-2001SQB-RPA
Size‎One Size
Sport Type‎Water Sports

Conclusion: Our Verdict

The Tusa Paragon mask is a great choice for those who want a dive mask with a revolutionary design that fits perfectly. It offers some of the best visibility and water-clearance of any other mask on the market today and has an innovative design that makes it easy to wear for hours at a time. The only drawback I found was in cold water; this is not a problem if you plan on diving only in warm waters or if temperatures are rising as summer approaches!