Easybreath Snorkel Mask Allows YouTo Breathe Underwater As You Do On Land

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If you’ve ever been snorkeling then you know how hard it is to master since breathing out of your mouth isn’t a skill we have all mastered. It definitely takes a few tries to get the hang of things. The new Easybreath Snorkel Mask will change that rough start to snorkeling since it’s specially designed to let you breathe normally through your nose. The mask keeps your mouth and nose open, while its double airflow system makes sure that the moist air you’re exhaling in the mask is quickly removed.

The snorkel tube that stays above water to suck in fresh air and released exhaled breath is still a big feature of this mask, but it also has a special valve that seals when the mask is completely submerged so that you don’t gulp down any water. And as an added benefit, the mask won’t fog up while you’re underwater, allowing you a great view of fishes and more. If you’re going on any tropical vacations soon and know you’ll be snorkeling, pick up an Easybreath for $55.

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Kristie Bertucci

Kristie Bertucci is an L.A.-based writer, who can't live without her MacBook Pro. When she's not writing, she's either reading or shopping (online, of course) and loves lazy days so she can catch up on her DVR-recorded shows and movies. She's definitely a Mac girl, she loves music and is currently on a mission to to have an insane and enviable iTunes library.

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  1. Concerns with this mask
    1) Dead space- wouldn’t it be huge? Lots of rebreathing stale air.
    2) Flooding- Could be dangerous with already panicy people in the water struggling to get the mask off without drowning. (I know the mask isn’t meant to flood from the snorkel but it could still leak from the sides).
    3) Plug in the snorkel getting stuck= panic when people can’t breath or get the mask off quickly. I’m pretty sure that’s why almost no one uses the pingpong ball snorkel types anymore. Could also cause panic if they tipped their head forward bringing the snorkel underwater causing it to plug the snorkel opening.

    I don’t know, haven’t used it but it sounds potentially quite dangerous to me. If you have really panicy people in the water that can’t cope with a normal mask/snorkel, if something goes wrong, this set up could be very bad.At least with a normal snorkel you just spit it out and you can breathe again.

    1. “Easybreath will be available in Decathlon stores and decathlon.com web site.” This is the response I got when I asked them.

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