PROS AND CONS OF FULL FACE SNORKEL MASK
Many people, like us, who love snorkeling but absolutely hate using the traditional, old school snorkeling mask (Urgh!) find it hard to enjoy the underwater beauty of the ocean. Fortunately we discovered the full face snorkel mask which made our life so much easier when snorkeling! Speaking of making your snorkeling life easier and more fun, read our last blog about some MUST HAVE SNORKELING ACCESSORIES!
We have listed some of the pros and cons of using a full face snorkel mask. While in the process of listing, we found out that pros definitely outweigh the cons for this kind of snorkel mask.
Let’s begin, shall we? Let’s start with the positives!
PROS OF FULL FACE SNORKEL MASK
BREATHE THROUGH YOUR MOUTH AND NOSE
Say what?? Yes! You read it right! It is one of the pros of using a full face snorkel mask. Worry no more because this mask is perfect even for beginners! Who wouldn’t want to breathe naturally underwater? Right?
GREATER FIELD OF VISION
Up to 180 degrees. Big number huh? Well, it just means, the bigger the lens, the more interesting sites you’ll see!
HIGH QUALITY CONSTRUCTION
The full face snorkel mask is made of high quality silicone which means no leaks because it’s snug against your face.
PERFECT ERGONOMIC DESIGN
Big word! In basic terms.. it is COMFORTABLE when wearing it, even for long period of time!
At least when you buy full face snorkel mask from us, it is guaranteed that the money you spent is worth it! We offer the most affordable full face snorkel mask in the market and just think about the advantages of having one of your own!
CONS OF FULL FACE SNORKEL MASK
CAN'T USE TO FREEDIVE
It’s not uncommon for any product to have some downsides, so let’s talk about the negatives for this snorkel mask.
Sad but this snorkel mask is not meant for freediving. So for those who loves to freedive, sorry but this mask is not for you.
research and see which one fits best for your needs.
A big no no. The lens might be big but not big enough for glasses as it might scratch the plastic lens. So if you’re one of those who wears glasses and loves snorkeling you probably won’t be able to use this snorkel mask. Unless, you get contact lens instead! Check out our different suggestions for snorkelers who wear glasses.
In summary, when you weigh the pros and cons we feel for the average recreational snorkeler, the full face snorkel mask is the way to go but do your