Frequently asked questions

Thanks to its system, ALL the full-face masks from 180Degrees allows you to naturally breath from the mouth AND the nose with and incomparable 180° panoramic view while enjoying underwater sightseeing Fog free guaranteed. The fresh air is inhaled onto the glass chamber before reaching the nose or mouth through the dry valves. The permanent supply of renewed fresh air creates a fog free experience.
The CO² is evacuated through channels located inside the mask’s rim, which leads this air outside. The Air flow is perfectly regulated. When diving the Fullfloating snorkel system prevent water to access your face which will never trouble your breathing even with choppy conditiond or when coming up to the surface of the water. In fact, to really understand…you need to try it.
It is engineered to stop water from getting into the snorkel when there is choppy water, small waves on the surface or when the user dives. The fullfloating equipped snorkel blocks the intake tube from water entering in your air chamber. After diving, remember to blow out when returning to the surface to make sure that the float descends.
The Junior 180Degrees mask fits children between the ages of 6 and 10, The XS is a one size fits all.
180Degrees Full masks also exist for the rest of the family older than 10 years. For 10-year-olds, Ladies and small faces opt for size S/M. For bigger faces use L/XL.
The design of the 180Degrees Fullface mask makes it ideal for snorkelling compare to other traditional mask because: With its integrated snorkel, no more lost snorkels during or after enjoying the underwater experience. You can breathe from the mouth AND the nose which is much more comfortable breathing and overall experience than having a snorkel in the mouth. The underwater panorama, with a larger field of vision, you will not miss a drop of the spectacular sealife. No Fog period!! With the 180Degrees Fullface mask you will forget these annoying hazy snorkeling time, no more stopping to clean your mask from the fog. Like said before, to really understand…you need to try it.
Never snorkel alone! Snorkelling is a simple and so fun activity for not sharing with a friend or the whole family! Breathing through a snorkel is more demanding than simply swimming. If you feel tired, short of air or dizzy, remove your mask and get out of the water.
The use of this product is not recommended if you have cardiovascular problems (lung infection, angina, asthma, hypertension, heart disease, etc). If in doubt, consult your doctor.

Most glasses frames will prevent the mask to seal properly on your face. It is designed to be used without glasses.

Sand is the enemy! Not only it will scratch the lens of the mask. but can also clog the air valves in the mask and the float valve inside the snorkel, Avoid leaving the mask in sandy area when not in use. Rinse and soak with tap water using a small amount of detergent to help with cleaning. Wipe the mask down with a microfiber or non-abrasive towel to prevent water spots and then allow the mask to air dry. Store the mask in a protected space, and avoid exposure to direct sunlight and black rubber as it could stain the silicone insert. Make sure to wash any debris out and dry it completely before storing the product. When handling and using the product keep in mind that it is not scratch resistant. We recommend transporting and storing the product in its original bag to ensure durability and proper function.