Harbinger Camo Diving Mask - With Matching Camo Container


Definition of Harbinger: A person or thing that foreshadows what is to come. With matching camo colors and print that seamlessly blends in with your Huntsman or Huntress Wetsuit, the...

Scout Single Lens Diving Mask - Black and Red


The HUNTMASTER Scout Single Lens Diving Mask has been innovatively designed to ensure optimum comfort for the diver. The single lens mask provides increased vision, widened by over 30% more...

Low Volume Diving Mask Black Bream - GARUMA - With Complimentary Black Container


If it’s not broken, don’t fix it…… just improve it. Originally developed by Technisub - Aqualung as the Micromask, it was the first frameless mask to reach the ocean. It...

Bat Diving Mask and Snorkel Set - WIRAMBI - With Complimentary Clear Container


The Wirambi (Bat) frameless mask has a soft flexible skirt with an internal lip. The skirt is molded directly to the integrated frame which holds the lens in place. This...

Low Volume Diving Mask Black Fish - Magura - With Complimentary Black Container


The Black Fish (MAGURA) low volume mask is suited to a wide variety of faces, it has a larger nose pocket that has been especially molded with a non slip...

Camo Diving Snorkel


The HUNTMASTER camo snorkel has been developed specifically for spearfishing and freediving. Combining both soft and hard TPR, the air tube offers tremendous advantages including flexibility and comfort. The hydrodynamic...

KINGFISH Diving Snorkel – Barung


The HUNTMASTER Kingfish (Barung) diving snorkel has been developed specifically for spearfishing and freediving. The air tube combines both soft and hard TPR offering tremendous advantages, including flexibility and comfort....

OARFISH Diving Snorkel – Black and Grey (Red Logo)


The HUNTMASTER Oarfish diving snorkel has been developed by HUNTMASTER engineers and passionate spearos, specifically for spearfishing and freediving. The integrated design increases rigidity in the snorkel and reduces moving...

Bellambi Mask and Snorkel Set


Our newest design - introduced in August 2022 - and inspired by the beauty and soft sands of Bellambi on the south coast, Huntmaster’s new Bellambi Mask and Snorkel set...


Spearfishing and free diving is a very enjoyable and addictive sport. However, if equipment is not used correctly, it may cause serious issues. The key points to remember before spearfishing include:

The Mask

  • When buying a new mask, be sure to buy one that fits your face comfortably and seek expert advice. If you have facial hair, there are specific masks that mould around a moustache and beard. Some beard friendly masks include our Black Fish, Red Emperor, Bat, Black Bream and Harbinger mask range
  • When purchasing a mask be sure to ask your dealer, shop assistant or even DIY, by using some techniques like burning the silicone film from the lenses when opening the packet. This reduces the chance of fogging lenses. You can also use toothpaste to clean the lenses before using for the first time
  • When going into the water, you may buy our special anti-fog lense spray, anti fog gel or even use your natural saliva to rub onto each lense before diving. Rub the liquid throughout each lense properly. It is crucial you get this right as foggy lenses will destroy your whole dive

The Snorkel

  • Be sure to use a free diving snorkel and not confuse it with a scuba diving snorkel. A snorkel with an open valve is highly recommended as to not restrict your breathing. Don’t forget, you may be out for hours diving and breathing only through this snorkel. If it is restricted, it can affect your breathing considerably and fatigue you early in the day. We offer different free diving and spearfishing snorkels including the Kingfish (Barung) and Oarfish snorkel!
  • When swimming with a snorkel, be sure not to breath too heavily or too quickly as you may swallow water. The trick is to take small and gradual breaths and if you feel that water comes in the snorkel, then you simply spit the water back out.
  • When going in for a dive, a good habit is to remove the snorkel from your mouth, go for your dive and when ascending back onto the surface, breath in oxygen into your body quickly taking small deep breaths.
  • Note: Some divers leave the snorkel in their mouth when diving under water. This is not a good habit, as the problem occurs when you are ascending after a big dive and wanting a quick breath of air, instead of breathing in oxygen, you expel more oxygen to spit water back out of the snorkel, increasing the chance of a blackout.
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