MANTIS LV

Delivering both refined styling and maximized performance, this is the ideal twin-lens mask for skin diving and for scuba diving.

UV400

Less than 400nm of ultraviolet rays of UV-A are cut 98%.

Accepts optical lensesMore

Color variations

MTC Red
MTS Blue
MTR Pink
MTY Gold
MTG Metal
MTF Orange
MTMN Blue
MT Black Chrome
MT Glass White
MT Glass White
MTV Orange
MT Black Chrome
Clear
Amber
Amber
GM-1243 MANTIS LV Black silicon
UV400CUT Amber Glass
GM-1243 MANTIS LV White silicon
UV400CUT Amber Glass
Clear
Clear
GM-1244 MANTIS LV Black silicon
UV400CUT clear
Super clear
Super
clear
GM-1245 MANTIS LVsilicon
Super clear

Performance

3 types of high-performance lens

UV400 block Amber lensBlocks more than 98% of UV light (UV-A, UV-B, UV-C wavelengths). The tint can make visible objects stand out more clearly and the lens reduces the glare of visible light.
UV400 block Clear lensBlocks more than 98% of UV light (UV-A, UV-B, UV-C wavelengths). Faithfully transmitting colors, untinted glass provides a clear window on the underwater world. It is best for marine photography and other pursuits where the priority is color recognition.
Super Clear lensSee objects with greater clarity than with standard glass. Exceptionally free of impurities, the superior transparency of the glass lets you see objects more clearly. With clear silicone masks, the lens prevents reflections of the skirt on the lens.
Amber lens comparison*Impression of effect

Excellent UV blockingFitted with UV400 lenses, the mask stops more than 98% of UV light (UV-A, UV-B, UV-C wavelengths) reaching your eyes and skin. These high-performance lenses help you to more confidently enjoy diving.

Low volume

Volume:110cc weight:220g
Inherits the form of the Mantis, but with reduced mask volume and even wider up–down and L–R arcs of vision. Wherever you dive, see across a wider field of view.

Inclination 10°

The inclination angle and shape of the lens work together to extend the downward field of vision. You can see better through the arc down to chest level, which is where most diving tasks are carried out.