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Snorkelling can be challenging for kids for several reasons. First and foremost because of the difficultly of breathing through a snorkel and the risk of inhaling water, but also because the mouthpiece may not be adapted for kids. With this in mind, SUBEA's teams developed an entirely new technology that makes snorkelling totally accessible to kids.BUY AT DECATHLON
The Easybreath Mask, the world's first full-face snorkelling mask, is now available for kids ages 6 and up, letting them see and breathe under water like they do on land!
With a new shape that adapts to the faces of kids ages 6 to 10 and a newly patented snorkel (dry-top-release system), the kids' mask is now even safer and more comfortable for kids.
A version for kids 10 and up was already available, but now with the new XS size, even younger kids can get into snorkelling.
Its panoramic 180° field of vision ensures a perfect view. Double air flow means fog is completely eliminated. To ensure that water does not enter via the snorkel, the Easybreath mask is equipped with a mechanism that plugs the top of the snorkel when immersed in water. The submerged part of the snorkel is orange, making it more visible.
Subea's design teams work daily to make snorkelling accessible to as many people as possible. From the drawing board to the snorkelling aisle by way of design, production and logistics, our design teams look for ways to minimise costs at each turn.
In 2019, our design team was able to adapt the mask so that it fits small faces perfectly.
The Easybreath Junior has all the same advantages as the adult mask (easy on/off, 360° view, and anti-fog system), but the dry-top snorkel on the adult model was still a bit too complicated for some kids, who panicked when it was time to breathe in under water.
So the teams at SUBEA got to work creating the "dry-top-release", the first of its kind. When the kid put his or her head under water the snorkel is blocked, but it allows air to pass once they surface, even though the "dry-top" system doesn't open. This patented innovation is orange on the snorkel and works thanks to a hole a few centimetres in diameter that lets air in while keeping water out...