The Easybreath Snorkel Mask Lets You Breathe Comfortably Through Your Nose Underwater

by , 03/25/14
filed under: green gadgets, Innovation

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Snorkelers know that the pleasures of discovering the ocean’s beauty can be easily dampened by an ill-fitting, uncomfortable mask. To avoid the jaw-clenching, vision-fogging, strap-twisting anguish of a traditional snorkeling setup, the Tribord Easybreath Snorkeling Mask allows divers to breathe comfortably through their nose and exhale without the worry of fogging their view.

The Tribord Easybreath Snorkeling Mask was designed to make the sensation of breathing underwater as natural and comfortable as possible. It eliminates the awkward and sometimes painful mouthpiece for a full-face design that offers an unobstructed 180-degree view. The snorkel is positioned at the top middle of the head, and it features a mechanism that automatically plugs the tube when it’s immersed in water. Divers no longer have to worry about inhaling remnants of sea salt and plankton after blowing the tube clear on the surface or adjusting the pressure on their face to move pooling water from the goggles, and a double air flow system prevents fogging

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The Easybreath is currently available in two adult sizes, with a child mask to be introduced some time in 2015. Divers can chose from translucent blue, purple, or atoll for roughly $55 and it can be purchased through Decathlon stores.

+ Tribord

Via Geekologie

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  1. Mark McKee July 21, 2015 at 12:24 pm

    According to the web site, this mask is meant for surface use and not for diving down. Thus it is not really a snorkeling device. You are meant to use this while swimming along the surface with your face staying in the water, but not going down to the bottom and coming back up for air.
    Plus, inhaling a small amount of water through your mouth is for most people easily handled underwater. But inhaling even a small amount of water through your nose will invariably cause a panic reaction. Thus as others have stated, this would likely be dangerous to use snorkeling. Staying put on the surface might be safe enough. Thus, again, this is not for snorkeling using the traditional definition of what snorkeling is.

  2. Endy Seeven July 21, 2015 at 10:58 am

    Been using that since 2 weeks simply awesome view n great breath.

  3. Ruben Cervantes April 13, 2015 at 5:08 pm

    it seems un-safe. how would a non-trained user react in a panic situation?

  4. Ruben Cervantes April 13, 2015 at 5:07 pm


  5. Joe Mickey April 9, 2015 at 7:02 am

    And can they recycle parts from the “old” snorkel or just more wasted plastic thanks to new and improved?

  6. Michael Villanueva March 21, 2015 at 8:32 pm

    Where can I purchase one?

  7. Marko Grubor March 20, 2015 at 9:26 pm

    I really want to work for this company :)

  8. Liza Bakar March 26, 2014 at 1:28 am

    Where can I buy this miracle MASK?

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