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Snorkeling mask test: Azorro Blue

DuikeninBeeld tested a series of snorkeling masks. These are the results for the Azorro mask.

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First impressions and usage
The Azorro Blue L/XL mask looks like an average snorkeling mask. Attaching the snorkel is not easy. Once you finally do manage to attach it, it’s impossible to detach. This isn’t very handy if you want to pack your mask for travel.

Putting the mask on is easy thanks to the soft elastic straps. However, it is not a comfortable fit because of the ridges in the silicone edge that press against your cheekbones. The mask fogs up immediately out of water.

It also fogs during snorkeling. We managed to stay dry because the seal is good underwater during snorkeling, doing a surface dive and swimming. The field of vision is large, but distorted. The most annoying feature however is that the snorkel vibrates when you breathe – this is terribly irritating.

Score for important features – 1-5, with 1 being poor and 5 good

Attaching/detaching snorkel: 2
Comfort while putting mask on and removing it: 3
Comfort while wearing mask: 2
Ease of breathing: 4
Fogging: Yes
Clear, good vision: No, distorted
Field of vision: Large
Dry top: 5
Extras: GoPro mount


A mask with a vibrating snorkel that fogs up. Although your face stays dry, we don’t recommend it.

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If you click the names of the masks below, you will see our testers’ findings for each mask.

We conducted the tests with the utmost care, and the findings represent the testers’ personal opinions. Your experiences with the snorkeling masks may vary.

This list is NOT complete, and there may be other snorkeling masks on the market. No rights may be derived from this test whatsoever.

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