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TRIBORD Easybreath mask blue

surface snorkelling (from the age of 10)

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From : 29/05/2016 with this item
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Field of vision 180° field of vision and shatterproof polycarbonate window for added safety.
Easy breathing Full mask for natural breathing through the nose and/or mouth.
Anti-fogging Exclusive breath ventilation concept prevents fogging.
Easy dressing Adjustable elasticated textile strap that does not pull your hair out.
Waterproof Dry Top snorkel system limits water entry through the top of the snorkel.
Water drainage Purge valve at the bottom of the mask to drain water when the head is raised.
Visibility Orange snorkel top can be seen from further away than a traditional snorkel.
Anatomic design Four mask sizes with a silicone face skirt for comfort and a watertight seal.
Comfort, textile strap

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  (United Kingdom)

5 5

used for 1 week or less I bought the snorkle for my husband who thought it was brilliant. I am asthmatic and have never been able to snorkle, I gave this a try and it was amazing it was so easy to breath. Needless to say we will be purchasing another. Quite a few people on the beach asked where it was bought so I am sure you will be getting a few more customers.

The future of snorkelling

Everything, perfect for snorkelling

You cannot free dive with the mask but no big deal



5 5

used for 2 to 8 weeks For your average person, this mask will replace the traditional snorkeling mask. This is the snorkeling mask of the future. It is perfect. I used it in Maldvies, Malta and Cyprus and it did not give me any trouble. Recommended for anyone. The feeling of breathing through the mask gives you more freedom and it is more comfortable.

Excellent clarity. difficult to breath.

Clarity of vision

Difficult to breath.



3 5

used for 7 to 12 months I am not confident of taking this in for long distance snorkelling. For 2 reasons:-
1. I struggle to breath after 10 minutes(with a regular snorkel I can keep swimming for 20-30 minutes straight.
2. At some point water starts seeping inside.

Very very good


  (United Kingdom)

5 5

Just used this for the first time in Koh Tao in Thailand and was very impressed, doubt I will go back to a traditional mask and snorkel

Slight leakage but probably due to not being shaven so beware. Trouble free breathing.

Only issue I had was that when diving down I was unable to pinch my nose to stop ear pressure

I used it with my GoPro and it worked fine for 3 days and then fell off, fortunately not in 30ft of water. The problem is that the obvious place to stick the GoPro holder is on the outside forehead , which as it has a design does not allow a good sesl/grip

Absolute Quality

Ease of use / does what it says on the tin



  (United Kingdom)

5 5

used for 2 to 8 weeks This is a brilliant product I have bought 4 in total now ...3 for other people
My mask has been to Barbados , Tenerife and Jamaica since March
Sadly only one of the destination by me

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Why isn't the snorkel of the Easybreath very long? Contrary to what some may think, the snorkel of the Easybreath sticks out of the water more than a traditional snorkel. A traditional snorkel seems longer because it starts from the mouth and not the top of the head like the Easybreath. If you try breathing through a snorkel and then through a garden hose you will understand that the longer the tube, the harder it is to breathe.
To guarantee a level of respiratory effort that meets current standards, we cannot make the snorkel any longer.
Why can't you free dive with the Easybreath mask? The volume of air contained in the Easybreath is much greater than that contained in a traditional mask; from 1 m deep, the pressure of the mask on the face becomes very uncomfortable. When you free dive, you need to equalize the pressure afterwards. However, with the Easybreath this is not possible because you cannot get at your nose.
Why are there 4 sizes? What size Easybreath should I choose? The Easybreath is available in 4 sizes which cover 90% of faces. For children aged between 10 and 12, choose size XS, for women and teenagers, choose size S/M, and for men, choose size M/L or L/XL. To choose the right size in store, tighten the mask so that it fits against your face. There should be no gap between your chin and the bottom of the mask. More details on the site:
Can I use the Easybreath if I have a beard? Beards can be responsible for letting in significant amounts of water. We recommend that men shave their beards before using the Easybreath because the hairs can break the seal between the silicone skirt of the mask and your skin.
How does the exclusive anti-fogging concept work? It works best in waters over 18°C and is based on the fact that the fresh air breathed in is projected onto the front window before reaching the nose or mouth. The damp air that you breathe out is expelled through the side connections made of plastic and then silicone, which channel the air in the snorkel. In this way, the air constantly renewed. This is the same principle as the ventilation of your car windscreen.
How does the dry-top system stop water from entering? It was developed to stop water from getting into the snorkel when there is choppy water, small waves on the surface or when the user leans their head too far forward to observe the seabed. There is a float in the snorkel that rises when you dive and blocks the tube. After diving, remember to blow out when returning to the surface to make sure that the float descends.
What precautions should I take with my Easybreath mask? One thing to look out for: SAND.
Avoid letting your Easybreath mask come into contact with sand as this can scratch the window of the mask. If sand is present, do not use force to clip the snorkel into place. Rinse the snorkel and mask before connecting them.
Sand can also clog the float valve inside the snorkel. Rinse the snorkel vigorously or use a key that you can fit through the rear vents of the snorkel to unblock the float valve, then rinse the snorkel.
Find all our frequently asked questions at Find all the FAQs about the Easybreath® snorkelling mask on
Composition Frame : 100.0% Polypropylene (PP) Joint/Gasket : 100.0% Silicone Lens : 100.0% Polycarbonate - Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene (PC-ABS) Tube/Valve Connector : 100.0% Polycarbonate - Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene (PC-ABS)
Restricted use : Not suitable for free diving or intensive swimming.
Stock advice Store in a dry place away from light.
Care instructions: The Easybreath mask must be hand washed with washing-up liquid after each week of use. Clean the inside of the window well to maintain clear vision and ensure the proper functioning of the exclusive ventilation concept that prevents fogging. Do not wash in the dishwasher.
Guarantee : 2 Years