How to Size a SCUBA Mask to Face Size

by:Ultimate     2020-11-26
You can find scuba masks in a wide variety of designs, colors and styles, but before deciding to buy them, it\'s a test to try and make sure it fits.For comfort, safety and non-ventilation, you need to have a scuba mask that is in the right size.When wearing a mask, make sure it covers your nose, as this will help you balance the air space in your ears and the air between the face and the mask to avoid \"face or ear squeeze\" when diving \".Description difficulty: it is easy to find a scuba mask with a nasal chamber that allows your nose to have enough space between the lens of the eye.The width and length of the compartment should leave room for your nose and a little extra space so you can blow your nose out if necessary.Check the depth of the mask by looking at the silicone skirting to determine if you need to keep a low profile (with a smaller skirt, usually for smaller faces, eyes closed, nose and mouth) or a high profile (with a larger skirt, mainly for a larger face, with wide eyes, nose and mouth) scuba mask to fit the size of your face, and consider your cheekbone area.Put the mask on the face, breathe in through the nose, form a suction force, and fix the mask in place without wearing a scuba mask or silicone skirting.Open the mask for a minute, then gently lean against the mask to see if a safe seal is formed.If the mask is easy to remove, or the vacuum is not possible, you need to repeat these first steps with a different mask until you find a comfortable and comfortable mask.Look in the mirror and see how the nose compartment has space under your nose, and also see how close the silicone skirting is to your upper lip.If it\'s too close (depending on how comfortable you are), you need a shorter scuba mask or lowprofile model.Confirm that the mask is suitable for your face and will not go through your cheekbones or that the mask is not suitable and the seal will not be fixed.Grinning when you look in the mirror and see if there is a gap above your upper lip.Keep in mind that there should be no obvious gaps in the scuba mask when doing any normal facial movements.If there is a gap, try a different mask for the right fit.Michelle Nesby started her writing career in 1999 when she wrote the title searcher manual.\"Nesbit has written an article for Chattanooga, the wellness freak, and several clients who have ensured her service as a ghostwriter.The background for Nesbit includes insurance licenses, rescue and technical diving certifications, underwater photographers and clinical hypnotherapy therapists.As a clinical nutritionist, Nesbit is currently completing the study.
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