Congratulations on your new OMNi integrated Snorkel-Mask purchase. This High-Tech, integrated snorkel-mask system allows you to equalize as you descend safely making it perfect an immersive experience! 

Please follow the instructions in this booklet carefully to maximize your snorkel experience and to maintain safe use of the product. 




  1. To begin, slip the snorkel tube over the mount on top of the mask. The plastic tab on the snorkel tube should be facing behind the mask.  
  2. Once the tube hits the colored O-ring seal, gently push it forward while moving the tube side-to-side and pushing down firmly. Angling the tube is important so that it can work itself over the O-ring  
  3. Push firmly until the tube is flush with the mount on the mask. Do not use excessive force to install the tube. This tight fit helps prevent leaking while the mask is in use.  



When at the snorkel location, make sure there is no sand on the mask or tube. Sand can scratch the mask and impair breathing. If there is sand, rinse using water to clear sand from the breathing tube. 

Once the mask is clean and ready for use, attach the breathing tube. Make sure the breathing tube is clear of debris.  



Pull the straps of the mask over your head and check the fit of the mask on your face. It should create a full seal around your face. Breathe normally to check for any leaks. If you feel a slight pressure change when you breathe then you have a good seal. 

If the mask is too loose or too tight take the mask off of your face and adjust the straps accordingly.  Please note that facial hair could prevent a proper seal and may cause leaking in the mask. For an optimal experience, shave any facial hair you may have.



Once in the water, breathe calmly through either your mouth and or nose. Calm breathing helps prevent fogging. 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 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 to clear it of water. To descend safely, simply pinch the nose pocket and gently blow to equalize as you slowly descend. 

PLEASE NOTE: if you feel any discomfort while equalizing stop use of this product immediately! 



To maximize the life of your OMNi, 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 cool dry place and avoid exposure to direct sunlight and black rubber material as it could stain the silicone insert. Avoid leaving the mask in sandy areas when not in use.

How deep can you reasonably dive with OMNI?

The ability to comfortably, and safely, free dive underwater with OMNI is primarily related to training and experience of the user vs the limitations of the equipment.

A traditional full face snorkeling mask has twice the volume as OMNI so a number of factors prevent them from comfortable use except on the surface.

The high air volume within the mask makes it very buoyant so it wants to raise off the face.
Also, due to the high air volume inside the mask, it is impossible to exhale enough air into the mask to prevent a mask squeeze the deeper the user goes which would be done during normal freediving to compensate for the compressing air.

The biggest factor is related to the nose pocket that lets the user reach their nose to pinch and equalize air spaces using the Valsalva method. No other full face snorkeling mask has a nose pocket for equalizing AND an ultra low volume air space.

As within scuba diving, freediving, spearfishing or just swimming….’how deep’ should always be determined by your level of training, experience level, water conditions and your level of health on that specific day. OMNI is not intended to be a ‘free diving’ mask but rather an integrated mask and snorkel that users can easily and comfortably breath through their nose and/or mouth and to be able to comfortably descend underwater within their own safe depth and duration limits.

We recommend taking the FREE SDI Snorkeling course for more safety information AND then consider a PFI course with a professional instructor and training facility to gain experience with free diving under water.