The Lince mask follows on a few months after the presentation of the Matrix on the market, a mask that immediately won the hearts of enthusiasts with its extraordinary features.
The Lince copies the revolutionary concepts developed over the past few years by the experts at Cressi in the sector of masks, introduced for the first time with Big Eyes, concepts that have marked new points of reference in the sector. For the main part these principles concern the exceptional intuition of the raked lenses of a given angle to the skirt surface, considerably increasing the downward field of vision.
Naturally, although this is a revolutionary concept, it is not enough to guarantee maximum visibility if it is not combined with a special geometry of the lenses themselves, which must have an elongated downward shape, special dimensional relations, be matched to a very slim frame and shaped so as to be invisible when wearing the mask.
The Lince introduces a new supremacy in the sector, for the first time applying these principles to a very small-size mask.
The result is surprising in that the Lince is the first mask in the world with a very small internal volume, even smaller than the legendary Cressi Superocchio (a specific mask for deep-sea scuba diving), while having all the exceptional features of the Matrix, in terms of visibility.
Basically, the Lince can be considered a “younger sister” of the Matrix, which it copies the main features from, also very suitable for deep-sea diving.