Atomic Venom Frameless Mask
The Atomic Venom Frameless Mask is incredibly comfortable with low-volume construction and “Wicked” styling. It is co-molded with two silicone materials in two levels of softness. As a result, there is no need for a frame. The mask features the exclusive Atomic UltraClear lens, improving your vision. It will change the way you think about dive masks.
What makes our New Superwite™ glass so special?
Before UltraClear, all dive mask lenses were made from low-quality glass, and had a visible green tint. This is caused by iron particles remaining after processing of the glass. These green iron particles significantly block light transmission through the lens, therefore decreasing your visibility in the mask. All Atomic Aquatics masks utilize a higher quality optical glass that significantly improves underwater vision, above all allowing up to 96% of light transmission.
Our NEWEST UltraClear lens in the Atomic Venom Mask is made by the Schott Glass Company in Germany, giving you the highest grade glass available. Therefore you get incredible clarity and high light transmission that isn’t available in other masks – even if they claim to be “UltraClear”
- New UltraClear Schott Superwite glass lens. This lens provides exceptional visual clarity, and allows 96% of available light to reach the eyes
- Patented design with Atomic “Wicked” styling and no external frame, making a striking design statement.
- The Atomic Venom features double-layer, dual-color silicone skirt. This keeps the mask comfortably secure, without collapsing, distorting, or folding. In addition, this provides maximum viewing area, as the skirt is bonded directly to the glass which eliminates the need for a frame.
- The “Gummi Bear UltraSoft” silicone creates an incredibly soft yet reliable face seal.
- The mask features one-window and low-volume design. This enables unobstructed forward vision and wide viewing angles
- The mask strap has a simple, squeeze-to-adjust design.
- The mask has a lifetime warranty against frame breakage.
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