Can you open your eyes in salt water with contacts?
If you swim with contacts on, do not open your eyes under water. In saltwater, the salt will draw water out of the contact lens, making it tight and hard to remove; trying to remove a tight lens can damage the cornea.
What are the 3 A’s of buoyancy?
At this point, you’ve really only covered three skills: Regulator breathing. Proper weighting. Breath control.
Are soft contact lenses better than hard?
Soft contact lenses are generally more comfortable to wear. They are able to stay in place better and are easier to adjust to than hard contact lenses. The flexible plastic is combined with water to allow oxygen to pass through the contact lens to the cornea. This increases comfort and maintains eye health.
Where is the most accurate place to conduct a weight check?
The most accurate place to conduct a weight check is at safety-stop depth, at the end of the dive.