I recently received the Tusa Zensee Pro Mask from my friend for Christmas and have been using it every weekend since. I’ve been doing some research online about other masks, but for now, this one seems to be working just fine for me. Here’s what you need to know:
- Crystal view glass
- Panoramic view
- Swift buckle 3D
- Anti-reflective (A/R) lens treatment
- UV 420 Lens treatment
- Eco-friendly mask case
- 0.5 Pounds weight
Tusa Zensee Review
This innovative mask features a single lens design that offers a wide field of view, allowing you to take in all the sights and wonders of the underwater world. The low-volume design of the mask makes it easy to clear and equalize, ensuring that you can focus on your dive without any distractions.
This mask features a large single lens with an ultra low volume design, which creates a wider field of vision. The mask also has an anti-fog coating on both sides of the lens to prevent fogging.
In addition to its functional features, the TUSA M-1010S Zensee Pro Scuba Diving Mask is also designed with comfort in mind. The silicone skirt and strap provide a secure and comfortable fit, ensuring that you can wear the mask for long periods of time without any discomfort. The mask is also available in a variety of colors, so you can choose the one that best fits your personal style.
I received this mask for Christmas and have loved it since the first day
This mask is great for snorkeling or scuba diving. I have used it in the pool, ocean and lake and it has never leaked or fogged up on me. The strap is adjustable and easy to tighten so that it stays on your head when you are swimming around looking at fish and coral. One other thing I really liked was how easy it was to clear when a wave splashed me in the face!
This mask also comes with an additional lens if you want to use another one for different lighting conditions (i.e., if there’s too much glare coming off of something nearby). Another nice feature is that each lens comes with its own bag so they don’t get scratched up while traveling.
The TUSA Zensee Pro offers a panoramic view that provides you with an unmatched field of vision. The wide field of vision allows you to see more in front of you, which helps when swimming or diving. The silicone skirt adds to the “panoramic” design.
The mask is made from soft silicone, so it’s comfortable and will fit well on your face whether you have a narrow or wider nose bridge.
It has no leaks and doesn’t fog up when used in warm water as long as there isn’t too much humidity around!
The strap is also comfortable and easy to adjust so it fits perfectly around your head without causing headaches after wearing it all day long while snorkeling or scuba diving near saltwater beaches (like myself).
Quality of Tusa Zensee Pro
This is a sturdy mask that seems to fit my face well and seal tightly (even though it has never leaked). The double-strap system works effectively, and the purge valve allows you to clear water from your snorkel with ease. While this may not be a top-of-the-line product, it’s certainly not bad for an entry level mask. As someone who spends roughly $100 on gear each year, I’m happy to have found something like this at such a low price point.
If you’re looking for an inexpensive but reliable way to get into scuba diving, this is the perfect choice for beginners!
The Tusa Zensee Pro Scuba Mask features an anti-fog coating on the inside of the mask. I have no experience with any other kind of anti-fog treatment, so I can’t speak to its effectiveness. However, I’ve had zero issues with fogging, even when diving in cold water.
In terms of comfort, the strap is extremely comfortable and easy to adjust. However, I noticed that the strap is not adjustable in any way so if you have a larger face like me, this may not fit you very well. It’s important for your mask strap to be comfortable because it will help keep the mask in place while diving. If it’s too tight or loose it can cause serious issues when diving (like blacking out).
Easy to clear
As long as you don’t have a problem with your nose, this is a good mask. It’s easy to clear, but sometimes this can be a problem because water manages to get in through the nose area when I inhale, which is not a big deal but just something to be aware of.
What I didn’t like about Tusa Zensee Pro
I had a chance to use it in salt water also, It takes some extra care and attention. Here are steps for it’s maintenance which you may need:
- If you want to keep your mask in good shape, there are a few things you need to avoid doing.
- Don’t use soap on the Tusa Zensee Soap will leave residue and make it more difficult for the silicone to breathe. Instead, use warm water with a towel when cleaning off any dirt or debris from the mask.
- Don’t use alcohol or vinegar on it because these will break down the silicone and make it more likely that leaks will occur as well as discolor both the lens and frame of your diving mask.
- Do not bleach either! Bleach is harsh and can ruin all of your hard work at keeping water out of your gear if used improperly or excessively over time (which won’t take long).
Overall, I’ve been very happy with it and would definitely recommend Tusa Zensee Pro Mask to anyone who wants an excellent product (I paid about $169 for mine). It’s comfortable, easy to use, and does not leak. Now that I’ve been using it for a few months, I can say that I’m very happy with my purchase and don’t think there is anything better out there today.