Monday, 15 February 2016

Tribord Easybreath Snorkel Mask - looks crazy but is great





Remember Power Rangers? I was a kid when that show was famous and loved it. And now I can be a Power Ranger by owning one if these Tribord Easybreath Snorkel masks! Check out my video review vlog above.

If you enjoy swimming in the sea and thought about getting into snorkelling, trust me when I say this is for you. I got into snorkelling around about 1 year ago and, although I loved it, the air tube situation was awkward, especially as I'm a habitual nose breather. I hated the fact I could only use my mouth. The Easybreath has been designed to fix that problem. 

As your entire face is encapsulated in the main air chamber, you can breath through your nose or mouth and can even talk. Although a little water did leak into the mask, pop your head out the water for a few seconds, and it drains straight out the chin area where a valve is situated. If you have a clean shaven face, water leakage is far less. 

The air pipe sticking out of the water is bright orange for visibility and is also equipped with a valve, while the mask itself has been designed to not steam up. This thing just works and, other than the fact you can easily breath as you please while under water, the field of vision is enormous. I was using the mask at Guarapari, a popular beach city in Espirito Santo State, Brazil.

I am highly impressed. You'll find the Easybreath available through the Decathalon sports shop chain (£34.99) and also online.

Buy the Tribord Easybreath Snorkel Mask on Amazon <<< 
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