About Prescription Dive Masks


Our Prescription Snorkelling and Scuba Diving Masks Selection include Single vision, multifocal, bifocal and Tri-focal lenses.

We stock many different Scuba Diving and Snorkelling Masks here at Dive Gear Australia with pre-made optical lenses available or Please read below for more information on getting a Custom Lense to suit any Dive or Snorkelling Mask.


Single Vision Lenses


Single vision lenses to suit an astonishingly wide script range including high prism and high cylinder powers. Single Vision lenses are for Divers who have trouble looking out into distance. These lenses are suitable for very high scripts which do incur an extra charge.

Single Vision Script Range
+7.00 D sphere (sph) max -4.00 cylinder (cyl) on + script
-15.00 D (max sphere (sph) and cylinder (cyl) combined)

Pre-made single vision prescription lense are also avalible from -1 to -8 in .5 increments, These are only made to suit the sphere mesurement on your script. Click here for more information and diving mask options.

Bifocal Lenses


Bifocal lenses suit divers who need the distance and the near while diving. These lenses are very popular using a 35mm wide bifocal segment

Bifocal lenses give the diver optimum near and distance correction for all diving activities and are highly recommended for your underwater photography.

D35 Bifocal Script Range:
+7.00 D sphere (sph) max -4.00 cylinder (cyl) on + script
-10.00 D (max sphere (sph) and cylinder (cyl) combined)

Gauge Reader Lenses


Custom Gauge reader lenses for divers needing near vision correction only and typically for reading diving computer gauges. Ideal for divers involved in underwater photography.

Astigmatism correction is included at no extra charge.

Guage Reader Script Range: +2.50 D sphere (sph) max -2.00 cylinder (cyl) on + script

Some Gauge Reader Pre-made lenses are avaliblle here at DGA and are often refered to as a pre-made bifocal lens by there manufactures.




At Dive Gear Australia we can supply lenses corrected for astigmatism so that you can enjoy your dive in focus and without blurring or missing the small creatures and without eyestrain and image distortion.

Here is a little more about astigmatism.Astigmatism is a refractive error in how the eye focuses light and is usually caused by an irregularly shaped cornea.

In an eye with astigmatismthe irregularly shaped cornea causes light to be focussed on two or more focus points which may be in front or behind the retina and this causes vision to be blurred or distorted to some degree at all distances.

Eye strain, headaches, and squinting are common symptoms of uncorrected astigmatism.

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