Easybreath Snorkeling Mask

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The Easybreath snorkeling mask is a full-face snorkeling mask that allows you to breathe as easily and as naturally underwater as you would on dry land, through your nose and mouth. Perhaps you don’t enjoy snorkeling as much as you want to because of the difficulty of breathing underwater through the snorkel. You may find that breathing through the mouth is uncomfortable, and the snorkel mouthpiece feels intrusive and awkward. You get frustrated with having to regularly stop and de-mist your mask. Water entering the snorkel is another aspect that you do not enjoy. You will be pleased to discover the Easybreath snorkeling mask!

Why choose the Easybreath snorkeling mask?

Snorkeling is a wonderful way to explore the beauty of the underwater world. It can be frustrating and off putting when using a mask that fogs and obstructs your view. The Easybreath mask provides a large and unobstructed 180° field of vision. The irritating and frustrating fogging is prevented by a dual air flow system, very similar to those found in domestic extraction fans. To stop water re-entering the snorkel, the Easybreath mask has a mechanism which seals the top of the snorkel when you are submerged. The snorkel is also highly noticeable to avoid any collisions on the surface of the water. This full face snorkel mask has been designed with the first time snorkeler in mind.

Snorkeling is a fantastic experience with the correct equipment!

The Easybreath snorkeling mask has an exclusive shatterproof polycarbonate window that adds to the safety as well as durability of the mask. It is available in 3 colours and in 4 different sizes to fit the smallest child to the tallest adult. If your children are keen on joining you on a snorkeling adventure, the Easybreath is your best option as they have more sizes available.

Scuba Scene are suppliers of this innovative snorkeling mask. Have a look at our online shop for the Easybreath snorkeling mask. We also provide free delivery to anywhere in South Africa.