Demetz diving masks and goggles
Demetz diving masks and goggles can be adapted to suit your eyesight! So, are you ready to discover new sensations and feel like a fish in water?
Since 1950, Demetz has been helping athletes to sharpen their vision, protect their eyes and improve their performance. The brand aims to provide technical and effective solutions, adapted to each section of the public: children, teenagers, amateur and professional sportsmen and women. Enough to satisfy all passions!
Demetz has as its constant objective, to provide each type of sport, amateur or professional, to obtain better results, better comfort, better visual perception and better efficiency.
Why a Diving Mask?
There are masks specifically adapted to the practice of different types of diving (freediving, hunting, underwater photography and video …).
Tank diving :
Free diving and spearfishing :
Prefer a translucent membrane and mask band to increase brightness and peripheral visual field.
The “small volume” masks avoid wasting air when compensating for depth-related pressure. The black silicone parts reduce the parasitic reflections of the sun on the surface of the water.
- Correctors (for myopic, hyperopic, astigmatic or presbyopic) can be adapted on our different diving masks.
- The mineral tempered lenses maintain a long-lasting optical quality and limit the risk of early scratches.
- Underwater environments (sea salt, humidity, UV rays, etc.) make it necessary to protect the equipment with covers and rigid cases.
Why Swimming Goggles?
The choice of swimming goggles is very important. Swimming goggles have a dual purpose: not only do they help you see well underwater, but they also protect your eyes from salt or chlorinated water, while keeping them free of bacteria when swimming in a lake or the sea.
The entire frame should rest tightly on the face to prevent water from penetrating even with vigorous movements.
Translucent lenses allow you to see very well underwater.
For optimal comfort, opt for a silicone insulation material (more skin-friendly) and an adjustable elastic band.
It is important not to tighten the straps, both when swimming and diving, as this deforms the shells and changes the visual correction.
It is sometimes possible to feel a slight discomfort with lenses of strong hyperopia: the convex side being towards the eye, this creates spherical aberrations and therefore discomfort in terms of acuity.