snorkeling is a widely pursuit leisure sport, but surprisingly, the gear, namely the mask and snorkel, hasn’t change like forever. the reason we say that is, we tried it and we hate it. we hate to breathe through our mouth, cos’ it just feel so unnatural and our breath will inevitably fog up the tiny mask, and that’s not to mention the ultimate disadvantage: water gushing into the snorkel if you don’t keep your head high enough. it sucks, i know, but all that is set to change with the revolutionary EasyBreath Snorkeling Mask. unlike the regular mask, EasyBreath covers your entire face, thus allowing you to breathe as per normal i.e. through your nose and also giving you a cool 18-degree field of view.

the mask features a specially designed airflow system (one-way valve system, i suppose) that prevents fogging and condensation build up inside the mask, while a DRY TOP snorkel system shuts the valve when you below the surface, thereby preventing water from entering into the mask. invented by French water sport equipment maker TRIBORD, the EasyBreath Snorkeling Mask promotes natural breathing as you would on land when underwater, a feat which is not possible until now (not even in scuba diving). the EasyBreath Snorkeling Mask could really revolutionize the sport of snorkeling and it prompt us to think: why hasn’t anyone thought of that until now?

man. this is seriously going to be game changer. we have no doubt about it. the EasyBreath Snorkeling Mask will be available this Spring for €39.95 through Decathlon stores. check out a promo video below to learn more.

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p.s. this would be even more amazing if it were to combine with the Triton artificial gill technology. i am waiting for that to happen.

TRIBORD via Uncrate

Published by Mike

Avid tech enthusiast, gadget lover, marketing critic and most importantly, love to reason and talk.

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