SPACE EXTENDER IDM
Our newest Integrated Diving Mask system: the Space Extender, is the mask for the avid diver, advanced adventurer and diving professional.
The mask features:
- Cold water certified, balanced, on demand, integrated regulator.
- Polycarbonate visor (siloxane double coated for scratch resistance).
- Directional exhaust valve (4 positions).
- Dive / pre dive switch.
- Lifetime warranty!
- Includes the Extender Kit (frame + accessories).
- SAV (Surface Air Valve) included.
This IDM has it all right off the bat.
A fully customizable product that can serve all your needs and grow with your preferences thanks to a full line of accessories that can be integrated at any time with your mask.
Correct fitting, breakdown of basic features and more here: https://diving.oceanreefgroup.com/product/space-extender/.
Black(face seal) S/M, M/L – Cobalt(face seal) S/M, M/L - Orange(face seal) M/L – Yellow(face seal) M/L
all Black – all Yellow – all Orange - all Cobalt – black frame, orange face seal – black frame, yellow face seal
Black/Black S/M OR025102, Black/Black M/L OR025103 – Black/Orange M/L OR025105 – Black/Yellow M/L OR025104 – Orange/Orange M/L OR025108 – Yellow/Yellow M/L OR025107, Cobalt/Cobalt S/M OR025109 - M/L OR025110
SPACE EXTENDER Diving Full Face Mask w/int 2nd stage, surface air valve and hose
This is an upgrade to superior comfort, performance and versatility.
THE NEPTUNE SYSTEM
OCEAN REEF’s revolutionary full face masks are the product of intense research and valuable experience acquired in the development and production of military protection equipment. The surface-based versions of our full face mask have received international approval for use in the civil sector and have been adopted by specialized departments in numerous military and defense organizations for use in Nuclear, Biological, and Chemical (NBC) operations. From the Gulf Wars/Homeland security program to Antarctic expeditions, from military use to space exploration, from commercial to recreational activities, the Full Face Mask Project, which started in 1985, and involved over 50 different types of masks, has experienced a diverse range of conditions and applications. With the development of the Neptune Full Face masks for
underwater use, OCEAN REEF is now recognized worldwide as ―THE FULL FACE MASK COMPANY, wherever you dive.
Adaptability- Face Seal - Sizes
The patented bellows-type skirt with a “spring profile” has a large sealing surface (30-45 mm, double that of a conventional mask). The spring effect is achieved by a combination of the double “S” section and the inner support ribs, resulting in a comfortable fit and ample support. This allows the mask to “float” comfortably on the face. The face seal and strap concepts are OCEAN REEF patents.
The majority of the models may be supplied with two sizes: Small/Medium and Medium/Large. In order to determine whether a diver should wear a S/M or M/L mask, OCEAN REEF has designed a Mask Measuring Kit (code 33075).
The sizing and measuring system were designed in accordance with the official measuring procedure used in the Los Alamos Scientific Laboratory Charts at the SBCCOM Mask Fit Facility-Aberdeen Proving Ground (Maryland, USA). Before purchasing a mask, use the caliper to take two simple face measurements. Using the Full Face Mask Size Recommendation Chart, it is possible to evaluate the size category into which the measurements fall.
There are three different size categories on the chart: Small/Medium, Both, and Medium/Large. If the measurements fall within the both category, then the customer should technically be able to wear either size (MEDIUM/LARGE or SMALL/MEDIUM), and in that case they should try on a mask to select the best fit. Please note that the chart boundaries fade. The fading areas represent less common face measurements. It is very likely that a mask will still fit comfortably even if measurements are located in these fading areas.
The Neptune Space visor is made of transparent polycarbonate. It is designed to be wider and sit closer to the face than previous full face masks. This design maximizes the visual field, particularly the peripheral area. The visible light transfer of the visor is 92%.
Required field of vision (effective) >40% of the natural field of vision – Space masks 71.80%.
Required field of vision (binocular) >50% of binocular natural field of vision – Space masks 80.68%
Italcert certification PPE-05 Rif 1332/05
The insert photos show the visual field of the Neptune Space compared with two competitor’s full face masks.
Durability and scratching resistance
The visor of the Neptune Space can resist the impact of a 6.35 mm steel ball traveling at speeds of 540 kph (335 mph). The visor is coated on both sides with a siloxane resin to increase the scratching and chemical resistance.
Tested by STANAG 4296 = resistance to the impact of a 325mg metal fragment with a speed of 240 m/s and Impact resistance test: 39.3 mm/254 g sphere from 1300 mm, no cracking or added protection during transport, the Neptune Space comes with a removable protective shield (to be removed before diving).
|Surface air valve
The Neptune Space is equipped with a surface air valve that allows the diver to breathe ambient air while at the surface. The surface air valve is easily adjustable with large air vents.
Draining and pressure equalization
Draining and pressure equalization Water that may seep into the mask is easily eliminated by exhaling or pushing the “purge” button on the 2nd stage. Mask squeeze, a common problem for conventional masks, will not occur with the Neptune Space because the pressure inside the mask is equal to the pressure outside the mask.
The 3-D equalization system
The patented OCEAN REEF 3-D equalization system is designed to allow easy equalization during a dive. The system consists of a movable plate and two eccentric blocks (these blocks move close to the nostrils when the upper part of the visor is pressed). When equipped with Visor Lights (see after), use the regulator to push the mask toward your face, creating a nasal seal. The blocks plug the diver’s nose allowing equalization.
Before donning the mask, the blocks may be moved up or down depending on the length of the diver’s nose. They may also be adjusted to fit wide or narrow noses. The system also includes three pairs of extenders (3, 6, 10mm long) which allow the distance between the blocks and the nose to be modified to accommodate the diver’s face. The 3-D equalization system makes diving more comfortable and inhibits any undesired pressure
during a dive.
The Neptune masks are equipped with a pneumatically balanced second stage providing a consistent ease of breath at any tank pressure. An inhalation adjustment feature allows the diver to control air delivery under a variety of diving conditions. The system works with 2 coaxial springs. The Dive/Pre-dive (Venturi) lever reduces free flow on the surface and provides maximum air flow while at depth. The Neptune Space mask complies with CE Certification in accordance with 89/689/EEC directives under the UNI EN250 standard rules for underwater activities, including
low temperatures (
CE low temperature approval by Germanisher Lloyd.
WARNING for California Residents: this product can expose you to chemicals including BPA, which is known to
the State of California to cause cancer, and Phtalates, which are known to the State of California to cause birth
defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to http://www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.
The ultimate accessory. A Non-primary, fully integrated , buoyancy
reducing, hands-free LED set of lights that can be used during night
dives, cave dives, work, photography. A unique feature of OCEAN REEF’s
Integrated Diving Masks.
• 6 powerful LED lights.
• Switch includes professional SAV (surface air valve).
• 75-lumen output/LED.
• 100,000-hour light life.
• 12-degree beam angle.
• Light color TYP 5,500 – MAX 10,000 Kº.
• 3 hour burn time, depending on the type of rechargeable battery.
• Waterproof to 80 m (260 ft.).
• Rechargeable CR 123 3v lithium battery included.
• Battery charger.
Note* This product must be installed at our factory. You will need to send your full-face mask to us.
How the SDVL works during a dive
The SDVL turns on automatically as the diver enters the water and the unit gets wet. All LEDs remain turned on for a few seconds to show that the unit is working properly. While diving, the two LED bars turn on, depending on tank pressure and depth (see attached chart). The LEDs brightness can be adjusted by means of the control button, adapting to environmental conditions (day or night diving, cave diving…). To achieve this, hold the SDVL control button pressed until the desired intensity is reached. The LED bars can be switched off and on by pushing the control button quickly. For safety reasons, the two bars will turn on automatically if the tank pressure gets below 50 bar or if you dive. The depth LEDs have 3 different colors (blue = from 0 to 20 meters; yellow = from 25 to 40 meters; and red below 40 meters) to report ergonomic information to the diver.
The air pressure display has two sets of LEDs. One is the reference bar, where various green or red LEDs show the tank pressure level (see attached schemes). Regarding the reference line, the diver will have an idea of how much air remains in their tank. Flashing red pressure
LEDs advise the diver that their air reserve is running dangerously low.
At the beginning of the dive only the reference bar turns on. Once the diver descends past 5 meters/15 feet the LEDs will light up accordingly, giving a reading of corresponding depth. At 45 meters/130 feet the LED turns red. At 50 meters/164 feet the LED red light flashes. It is important to remember that the SDVL is a support system and NOT an alternative to the conventional pressure and depth gauges, or computers. The SDVL provides “at a glance” information, allowing the diver to quickly evaluate the relative conditions (air supply and depth) of the dive.