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Seaview 180 V2

V2 Full Face Snorkel Mask OPEN BOX

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In 2018, we launched the SV2 on Kickstarter. Backed by thousands of people, we have done thorough testing to bring you the only of it’s kind - Seaview 180° V2 Full Face Snorkel Mask with FLOWTECH Advanced Breathing System. Take in the view with the panoramic lens, and a natural and safe snorkeling experience.


  • 180° Maximum Visibility
  • Patented Side Snorkel
  • FlowTech Air Intake
  • Anti-Leak Design
  • Fog Resistant
  • GoPro Camera Mount
  • Auto Drain System
  • Fully Adjustable
  • Designed & Tested in the USA



  • PolyCarbonate lens/frame
  • Medical Grade Silicone


  • 9" L x 7" W x 6" D(without snorkel tube attached)


  • 1.4 lbs | .62 kg


Full Face masks are designed for casual surface snorkeling. Strenuous swimming and free diving are NOT recommended for a full face snorkel mask. If diving is what you’re looking for, try our traditional Kradan Snorkel set! Make sure to take regular breaks while snorkeling, and always follow the buddy rule. Never snorkel alone, and have fun!


Visually inspect your mask for any damage that may have occurred during shipping or potential rare manufacturing defects. While holding the mask to your face breathe through the mask to ensure there is nothing obstructing the inhale or exhale ports.

  • Pre-treat your mask before every use to remove any residue that could result in fogging. Before first use, try a regular and non-abrasive white toothpaste to remove any potential residue (do not use gels or gritty paste as this will scratch your lens). Toothpaste contains silica which will help to remove small particles from your mask. Put a dab of toothpaste on the inside of the lens and gently rub it around in a circular motion. Rinse the toothpaste off. Use a soft, dry wash cloth to dry. Repeat as needed. Once the mask is clean and ready for use, attach the breathing tube. Make sure the breathing tube is clear of debris and air flows freely through the mask.

  • For further maintenance, switch to a rental baby shampoo between uses.


  • Pull the straps of the mask over your head to check the fit. If the mask is too loose or too tight, take the mask off of your face and adjust the straps accordingly. Do not over tighten.

  • To stimulate water pressure, lightly press the mask against your face, and breathe normally to ensure you have a good seal around the edges of the mask and around the nose bridge. Without a proper seal around your nose and cheeks, air flow may be impacted and the chances of fogging may increase.

  • For an optimal experience, shave any facial hair you may have to increase a proper seal, and prevent leaking.


  • Once in the water, swim on the surface and breathe calmly through your mouth or nose. If you feel light-headed, remove the mask immediately. Keeping your chin slightly up will create the best breathing experience.

  • If you feel any obstruction to your breathing, it may be due to the snorkel being covered in water temporarily. The dry top snorkel design will prevent water from entering through the top of the snorkel. If water leaks into your mask, simply lift your head out of the water and it will drain out of the chin valve. No need to remove your mask!


  • 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. Avoid leaving the mask in sandy area when not in use.

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Our patented Flowtech system provides natural breathing through both your nose and mouth. Traditional snorkel masks only allow for one constrained passage way for air through the mouth. Flowtech has two chambers and 4 intake valves to allow air to circulate in and out freely. This creates airflow with less resistance and more fresh air circulating through the mask. More fresh airflow and better circulation means less fogging, better visibility and more confident breathing. The benefits of our innovative Flowtech system ultimately result in a much more enjoyable and safer snorkeling experience.


We conducted computational fluid dynamics testing on the Seaview 180° V2 to measure airflow resistance and CO2 buildup. The results show airflow resistance that is well within EN250 work of breathing standards. Low resistance airflow allows fresh oxygen into the mask at high rates and provides a comfortable breathing experience. This airflow, along with 5 one-way check valves, reduces and keeps CO2 levels well within safe limits. We continue to test using more instrumentation as they become available to us.


The right fit will keep the water out, decrease chances of fogging, and improve your overall experience. From the side of your nose in a straight line, measure the distance from the base of your chin to the bridge of your nose. The lower chamber should seal nicely around your nose. The outer skirt should seal nicely around your face. Clean shaven conditions work best. Remember to prepare your mask before use for additional resistance from fogging.


You'll see way more than you ever have before. The Seaview 180° V2 lens has been designed and refined to allow for up to 20% more viewing area over current full-face snorkel mask options. The durable silicone insert creates a comfortable watertight seal that will keep you snorkeling all day. Any water that does get in simply drains out the one way chin valve when you tilt your head back. Plus, Our innovative design features a separate breathing chamber with twice the ventilation of most other full-face designs to maximize fresh air flow and reduce fogging.

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