Easybreath snorkeling mask allows natural breathing underwater

Tribord Easybreath snorkeling mask

One basic problem with snorkel masks for underwater adventures is the comfort level while wearing it and the awkward breathing method through your mouth. It just doesn’t feel natural with your nose closed and taking air through your mouth. Also there are many other problems with snorkel masks like water entering into the mask itself and creating a panic for a novice diver or the natural instinct of breathing through the nose creating fog in the mask rendering visibility to zero. This was a challenge for designers at Tribord to come up with a unique design that would not require the diver to breathe through the mouth and also eliminated any chance of fog being created. And hence came to life the an award winning (2014 Oxylane Innovation Awards)Easybreath snorkeling mask that is a full-face snorkeling mask which allows you to breathe naturally underwater, just as you would do when out of water. Easybreath snorkeling mask makes it possible with double air-flow system that keeps out all the condensation that can be produced on the mask itself.

Tribord Easybreath snorkeling mask

Made from silicone skirt and polypropylene rim, the mask has a full 180 degree field of vision that keeps the diver aware of what’s happening around him/her. To ensure that water doesn’t enter from top of the snorkel, a dry top mechanism is plugged-in making it ultra-safe for first time divers or people who are skeptical about the traditional snorkel masks.

Easybreath snorkeling mask is one of its kind in the world and looks good to become an integral part of underwater diver’s kit simply because of the ease of use. You breathe in naturally and breathe out in the same way as you would do by instinct.

Tribord Easybreath snorkeling mask

Tribord Easybreath weighs only 550 grams and comes in a plethora of color options like blue, translucent purple or translucent atoll. The price tag of €39.95 is also completely justified considering the ease of underwater snorkeling it permits unlike other snorkeling masks that require you to breathe in a very unnatural way. You can buy it from Decathalon stores from Spring 2014 for uninterrupted underwater adventures.

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  • Sean

    Dry top snorkels can greatly reduce the amount of water that enters, but can not completely prevent water from entering. The way the air flows across your face, even a little water coming in can go in the eyes, making the snorkeler even more scared and uneasy than they were before. Also, equalization with this mask is impossible. The snorkeler can not go further than 3 meters without significant pressure buildup in the mask and ear canal.

  • Kurt Trew

    Seems like this one solution to a problem that doesn’t really exist. Equalisation doesn’t really matter if you’re just paddling on top, though.

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