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Cressi’s next generation diving masks are all equipped with the IDF technology which offers an exceptional field of view, and the Calibro+ is no exception. The patented Integrated Dual Frame technology consists of the joining of two rigid frames, the first on the rear of the silicone skirt and the second, anterior to the first one, that support the lenses. When the two frames are joined and locked together, the silicone skirt remains locked in the middle to guarantee a perfect seal between the facepiece and the lens. This technology produces a drastic reduction in the internal volume while keeping the lenses close to the eyes to ensure a wide view of laterally and in the lower zone. The result is a mask with an extremely hydrodynamic shape and low volume.
The mask is designed so that the integrated face and frame allow for an extremely hydrodynamic and compact shape and a particularly wide lens, maintaining the mask extremely close to the face. The Calibro+ combines minimal internal volume with a phenomenal field of view due to the raked angle of the frame.
The buckles are, as always, directly integrated into the rigid skirt through a flexible rubber attachment that allows you to adjust and place the mouthpiece without shifting the mask.
Thanks to its matte coating the mask’s components all match, enhancing the underwater experience since it prevents reflections in the water that may disturb marine life.
It features a new double injection split strap, nicer compared to the previous model and very comfortable.
Calibro is the perfect mask for scuba diving but also for freediving since it is designed to provide the diver with a feeling of total freedom and comfort.
CRESSI FOG STOP SYSTEM New Patent Pending
The Calibro+ features the Cressi Fog Stop System, a patented membrane that surrounds the inner nose pocket which acts as a barrier and traps any moisture escaping from the diver’s nose involuntarily when breathing through the mouth. The result is that not only is the moisture channeled away from the lenses, thus avoiding the fogging up of them, but it also reduces the need to compensate for pressure.