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POWERBREATHER Lap Snorkel
POWERBREATHER Lap Snorkel
POWERBREATHER Lap Snorkel
POWERBREATHER Lap Snorkel
POWERBREATHER Lap Snorkel
POWERBREATHER Lap Snorkel
POWERBREATHER Lap Snorkel
POWERBREATHER Lap Snorkel
POWERBREATHER Lap Snorkel
POWERBREATHER Lap Snorkel

POWERBREATHER Lap Snorkel

POWERBREATHER Lap Snorkel
POWERBREATHER Lap Snorkel
POWERBREATHER Lap Snorkel
POWERBREATHER Lap Snorkel
POWERBREATHER Lap Snorkel
POWERBREATHER Lap Snorkel
POWERBREATHER Lap Snorkel
POWERBREATHER Lap Snorkel
POWERBREATHER Lap Snorkel
POWERBREATHER Lap Snorkel
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Features

  • Fresh air: Pure, Dry oxygen flows in the top & Co2 expels out the bottom
  • No gurgling: no water comes in the top vents through a one-of-a-kind Membrane system
  • Lap edition features flip turn aids to prevent water entering tubes
  • US at (Triathlon) legal (unless otherwise deemed by race director)
  • Open water swimming for freestyle, breast, butterfly and side stroke

Description

The Powerbreather takes fresh air from the top, while you exhale from the bottom, making it 100% pure oxygen, not mixed with Co2 like traditional snorkels. The tubes bring air in only, no water, so you do not need to clear the tubes of water, just inhale normally. Ideal for distance swimmers, those learning proper stroke, up to professional level trainers. Works in open water, Ocean water with rough conditions, and even flip turns in a pool. The sport PB0101 does not include the accessories for aid in flip turning. The lap PB0101 has all accessories except the extended speed vents for waves or sinking low in your stroke. The wave includes everything. Kit contents: 1x Powerbreather PB01; 2x speed vent s (standard); 2x flip cap (for flip turn or open water); 1x blind cap (for flip turn); 1x case .


Product Dimensions: 13.5 x 9 x 3 inches ; 7.8 ounces


Shipping Weight: 1.1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)


ASIN: B00RQYXLMC


Item model number: PB0101


Customer Reviews:


Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #144,449 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors) #54 in Diving Snorkels


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Features

  • Fresh air: Pure, Dry oxygen flows in the top & Co2 expels out the bottom
  • No gurgling: no water comes in the top vents through a one-of-a-kind Membrane system
  • Lap edition features flip turn aids to prevent water entering tubes
  • US at (Triathlon) legal (unless otherwise deemed by race director)
  • Open water swimming for freestyle, breast, butterfly and side stroke

Description

The Powerbreather takes fresh air from the top, while you exhale from the bottom, making it 100% pure oxygen, not mixed with Co2 like traditional snorkels. The tubes bring air in only, no water, so you do not need to clear the tubes of water, just inhale normally. Ideal for distance swimmers, those learning proper stroke, up to professional level trainers. Works in open water, Ocean water with rough conditions, and even flip turns in a pool. The sport PB0101 does not include the accessories for aid in flip turning. The lap PB0101 has all accessories except the extended speed vents for waves or sinking low in your stroke. The wave includes everything. Kit contents: 1x Powerbreather PB01; 2x speed vent s (standard); 2x flip cap (for flip turn or open water); 1x blind cap (for flip turn); 1x case .


Product Dimensions: 13.5 x 9 x 3 inches ; 7.8 ounces


Shipping Weight: 1.1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)


ASIN: B00RQYXLMC


Item model number: PB0101


Customer Reviews:


Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #144,449 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors) #54 in Diving Snorkels


Shipping

This product includes free shipping to all US addresses.


Delivery

Unless otherwise stated above, most products arrive within 2-3 business days. Larger items may take 6-9 business days. Tracking information will be automatically provided as soon as your order ships.


View our full shipping policy here.

Returns

This product can be returned within 30 days of delivery for a full refund. Please visit our returns center to begin a return.

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Features

  • Fresh air: Pure, Dry oxygen flows in the top & Co2 expels out the bottom
  • No gurgling: no water comes in the top vents through a one-of-a-kind Membrane system
  • Lap edition features flip turn aids to prevent water entering tubes
  • US at (Triathlon) legal (unless otherwise deemed by race director)
  • Open water swimming for freestyle, breast, butterfly and side stroke

Description

The Powerbreather takes fresh air from the top, while you exhale from the bottom, making it 100% pure oxygen, not mixed with Co2 like traditional snorkels. The tubes bring air in only, no water, so you do not need to clear the tubes of water, just inhale normally. Ideal for distance swimmers, those learning proper stroke, up to professional level trainers. Works in open water, Ocean water with rough conditions, and even flip turns in a pool. The sport PB0101 does not include the accessories for aid in flip turning. The lap PB0101 has all accessories except the extended speed vents for waves or sinking low in your stroke. The wave includes everything. Kit contents: 1x Powerbreather PB01; 2x speed vent s (standard); 2x flip cap (for flip turn or open water); 1x blind cap (for flip turn); 1x case .


Product Dimensions: 13.5 x 9 x 3 inches ; 7.8 ounces


Shipping Weight: 1.1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)


ASIN: B00RQYXLMC


Item model number: PB0101


Customer Reviews:


Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #144,449 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors) #54 in Diving Snorkels


abunda_amazon_reviews I am providing this review as a USA Triathlon Level III Triathlon Coach/Exercise Physiologist/Sport Dietitian (and a competitive triathlete) for over 20 years. It is part of my job as a coach to evaluate new training tools to determine if they are well suited for athletes. I have tried and promoted many swim snorkels in the past and while they have served their purpose, there was always something missing. The Ameo Powerbreather has absolutely redefined the functionality of a snorkel and quite frankly, has revolutionized how an athlete can approach using a snorkel. Here are my highlights of this product: 1. There are many coaching philosophies when it comes to improving swim mechanics. Personally, I focus quite heavily on the catch beginning in the initial finger entry to early vertical forearm all the way through to the finish. Wearing the Powerbreather provides unobstructed vision throughout the entire swim stroke which allowed me to see (and analyze) my catch from entry to finish much more clearly than a regular front mounted snorkel. It's like having a video camera by my side in order to be able to see what my stroke is doing but more importantly, make immediate changes. A+ for the Powerbreather. 2. As an exercise physiologist, I have always kept up on the respiratory muscle training to improve lung functioning. This is extremely important for anyone from athletes to the average fitness enthusiast. We normally use about 10% or so of our total lung capacity when breathing normally. When using a device that provides a small amount of resistance to breathing and forces more deeper inspiration and forceful exhalation, it allows more oxygen transfer and strengthens the actual breathing muscles. There have been many studies to validate this but I won't get into those. I will say that the Powerbreather provides just the right amount of resistance that will provide tremendous benefits in lung functioning capacity. I have tried these devices on the market that target this goal but they are tedious and I have found that nobody will actually take the time to use them. The Powerbreather makes this simple by training the breathing muscles during activity. Some individuals may find this difficult at first but it will get easier. I found it different for the first 300 or so yards of my workout but then began to breathe deeper and more controlled, allowing my body to get into a rhythm, which made the process more natural and much easier. With my first swim with the Powerbreather, I used for for a 600 yard freestyle, took it off and did another 600 without it. Aside from the obvious need to turn my head out of the water to breathe, what I noticed was that it was much easier to breathe. This is the respiratory muscle training at its finest. I truly believe the Ameo Powerbreather is something special and when used properly and frequently, will allow swimmers the opportunity to improve their swim mechanics and lung functioning capacity. I will continue to use it personally and highly recommend it to every triathlete and swimmer.;;Reviewed in the United States on February 3, 2018;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;It's like having a video camera by my side in order ...;;Bob S.;;/gp/customer-reviews/R2VFDETGRFS6DQ/ref=cm_cr_dp_d_rvw_ttl?ie=UTF8&ASIN=B00RQYXLMC;;;I might have docked this snorkel a star over some its quirks if I had posted this review earlier, but after a few months of pool and open water use I can't imagine going without. My wave edition came with the mid tier snorkel stocks among a few other attachments. These are the only tips I've bothered to use. So, save some cash and skip the uber tier with open water stalks. You can get by. Some other stuff I've learned through use: treading water will likely envelope your face in bubbles, not a big deal with a full mask, but eye sized goggles will allow bubbles up your nose or in your ears. Prep for that. If you think you've got a big head or lots of hair, prepare for a snug fit around your temples no matter how loose you wear the Ameo. Clearing the device takes a full exhale after its been submerged. Plan your breaths. On that note, odd noises during breathing as well as any restrictive feelings during inhalation usually dissipate once you've wet the device sufficiently. These nigglings aside, I cannot recommend this snorkel enough. A hundred bucks is an investment but you should get years of use out if your Ameo if you treat it well. Plus, the sticker shock dwindles quickly once you've tried an extended swim (say 20 min) without coming up for air. Can't recommend it enough. By this snorkel now.;;Reviewed in the United States on September 19, 2017;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;After some use: I love it.;;Sergio;;/gp/customer-reviews/R1JXG6Y9KSVAN2/ref=cm_cr_dp_d_rvw_ttl?ie=UTF8&ASIN=B00RQYXLMC;;;So far I really like this Powerbreather. I have a neck injury which makes it difficult to turn my head to the side to breath when swimming freestyle. I have tried traditional snorkels, but this is more stable and also does not allow water in the tube. Also like the tightening mechanism. As far as the breathing goes, it actually works similar to a scuba diving regulator except that you are not breathing from a tank (i.e., the sensation feels similar to a regulator to me, being a former scuba diver.). They do warn you that there is some resistance when breathing with the Powerbreather, and have found this to be true, especially the deeper under the water you position the mouthpiece. I was told the resistance would lessen over time, but it really does not - you just get more used to it over time. UPDATE: Uh oh! Have been using the Powerbreather for about 3 months - only about 3-4 hours a week. Today it started leaking water profusely and I am not able to use it at all. I have contacted the company to see what they might offer. Not going to change the Stars yet until I hear form them;;Reviewed in the United States on June 10, 2016;;4.0 out of 5 stars;;So far I really like this Powerbreather;;Lone Star Lady;;/gp/customer-reviews/R38YN0BYV44FU6/ref=cm_cr_dp_d_rvw_ttl?ie=UTF8&ASIN=B00RQYXLMC;;;I purchased the lap edition and have been using it for two weeks. Like other reviewers have noted, it takes some getting used to because there is a slight restriction in the airway and you'll see and hear the bubbles from the air expelled from the front of the mouth-piece. It's a good product and works as advertised. It's much better than a traditional swimming/training snorkel because there is no "spit" which accumulates in it and so far I've never sucked in any water. A swim-cap is recommended so that it stays in position on your head better but I don't wear a cap and haven't had any problem with it staying in position. The lap edition comes with the flip-turn caps which I've haven't tried, so I can't comment on those. For me, it's worth the price and glad I bought it. Note to manufacturer: The snorkel won't fit into the case with the standard caps attached. The case is too short. If the case is intended for everyday use, then it becomes a hassle to remove/replace the caps every time the snorkel is put into and taken out of the case. Maybe the case is not intended for everyday use and really meant just for storage or travel?;;Reviewed in the United States on August 31, 2016;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;A good product and an improvement over the design of a traditional training snorkel.;;Amazon Customer;;/gp/customer-reviews/RL18VXAOH667G/ref=cm_cr_dp_d_rvw_ttl?ie=UTF8&ASIN=B00RQYXLMC

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Delivery

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Returns

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Top Amazon Reviews


5.0 out of 5 stars
By Bob S. - Reviewed in the United States on February 3, 2018
It's like having a video camera by my side in order ...
I am providing this review as a USA Triathlon Level III Triathlon Coach/Exercise Physiologist/Sport Dietitian (and a competitive triathlete) for over 20 years. It is part of my job as a coach to evaluate new training tools to determine if they are well suited for athletes. I have tried and promoted many swim snorkels in the past and while they have served their purpose, there was always something missing. The Ameo Powerbreather has absolutely redefined the functionality of a snorkel and quite frankly, has revolutionized how an athlete can approach using a snorkel. Here are my highlights of this product: 1. There are many coaching philosophies when it comes to improving swim mechanics. Personally, I focus quite heavily on the catch beginning in the initial finger entry to early vertical forearm all the way through to the finish. Wearing the Powerbreather provides unobstructed vision throughout the entire swim stroke which allowed me to see (and analyze) my catch from entry to finish much more clearly than a regular front mounted snorkel. It's like having a video camera by my side in order to be able to see what my stroke is doing but more importantly, make immediate changes. A+ for the Powerbreather. 2. As an exercise physiologist, I have always kept up on the respiratory muscle training to improve lung functioning. This is extremely important for anyone from athletes to the average fitness enthusiast. We normally use about 10% or so of our total lung capacity when breathing normally. When using a device that provides a small amount of resistance to breathing and forces more deeper inspiration and forceful exhalation, it allows more oxygen transfer and strengthens the actual breathing muscles. There have been many studies to validate this but I won't get into those. I will say that the Powerbreather provides just the right amount of resistance that will provide tremendous benefits in lung functioning capacity. I have tried these devices on the market that target this goal but they are tedious and I have found that nobody will actually take the time to use them. The Powerbreather makes this simple by training the breathing muscles during activity. Some individuals may find this difficult at first but it will get easier. I found it different for the first 300 or so yards of my workout but then began to breathe deeper and more controlled, allowing my body to get into a rhythm, which made the process more natural and much easier. With my first swim with the Powerbreather, I used for for a 600 yard freestyle, took it off and did another 600 without it. Aside from the obvious need to turn my head out of the water to breathe, what I noticed was that it was much easier to breathe. This is the respiratory muscle training at its finest. I truly believe the Ameo Powerbreather is something special and when used properly and frequently, will allow swimmers the opportunity to improve their swim mechanics and lung functioning capacity. I will continue to use it personally and highly recommend it to every triathlete and swimmer.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Sergio - Reviewed in the United States on September 19, 2017
After some use: I love it.
I might have docked this snorkel a star over some its quirks if I had posted this review earlier, but after a few months of pool and open water use I can't imagine going without. My wave edition came with the mid tier snorkel stocks among a few other attachments. These are the only tips I've bothered to use. So, save some cash and skip the uber tier with open water stalks. You can get by. Some other stuff I've learned through use: treading water will likely envelope your face in bubbles, not a big deal with a full mask, but eye sized goggles will allow bubbles up your nose or in your ears. Prep for that. If you think you've got a big head or lots of hair, prepare for a snug fit around your temples no matter how loose you wear the Ameo. Clearing the device takes a full exhale after its been submerged. Plan your breaths. On that note, odd noises during breathing as well as any restrictive feelings during inhalation usually dissipate once you've wet the device sufficiently. These nigglings aside, I cannot recommend this snorkel enough. A hundred bucks is an investment but you should get years of use out if your Ameo if you treat it well. Plus, the sticker shock dwindles quickly once you've tried an extended swim (say 20 min) without coming up for air. Can't recommend it enough. By this snorkel now.

4.0 out of 5 stars
By Lone Star Lady - Reviewed in the United States on June 10, 2016
So far I really like this Powerbreather
So far I really like this Powerbreather. I have a neck injury which makes it difficult to turn my head to the side to breath when swimming freestyle. I have tried traditional snorkels, but this is more stable and also does not allow water in the tube. Also like the tightening mechanism. As far as the breathing goes, it actually works similar to a scuba diving regulator except that you are not breathing from a tank (i.e., the sensation feels similar to a regulator to me, being a former scuba diver.). They do warn you that there is some resistance when breathing with the Powerbreather, and have found this to be true, especially the deeper under the water you position the mouthpiece. I was told the resistance would lessen over time, but it really does not - you just get more used to it over time. UPDATE: Uh oh! Have been using the Powerbreather for about 3 months - only about 3-4 hours a week. Today it started leaking water profusely and I am not able to use it at all. I have contacted the company to see what they might offer. Not going to change the Stars yet until I hear form them

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Amazon Customer - Reviewed in the United States on August 31, 2016
A good product and an improvement over the design of a traditional training snorkel.
I purchased the lap edition and have been using it for two weeks. Like other reviewers have noted, it takes some getting used to because there is a slight restriction in the airway and you'll see and hear the bubbles from the air expelled from the front of the mouth-piece. It's a good product and works as advertised. It's much better than a traditional swimming/training snorkel because there is no "spit" which accumulates in it and so far I've never sucked in any water. A swim-cap is recommended so that it stays in position on your head better but I don't wear a cap and haven't had any problem with it staying in position. The lap edition comes with the flip-turn caps which I've haven't tried, so I can't comment on those. For me, it's worth the price and glad I bought it. Note to manufacturer: The snorkel won't fit into the case with the standard caps attached. The case is too short. If the case is intended for everyday use, then it becomes a hassle to remove/replace the caps every time the snorkel is put into and taken out of the case. Maybe the case is not intended for everyday use and really meant just for storage or travel?

Recent Reviews


5.0 out of 5 stars
By Bob S. - Reviewed in the United States on February 3, 2018
It's like having a video camera by my side in order ...
I am providing this review as a USA Triathlon Level III Triathlon Coach/Exercise Physiologist/Sport Dietitian (and a competitive triathlete) for over 20 years. It is part of my job as a coach to evaluate new training tools to determine if they are well suited for athletes. I have tried and promoted many swim snorkels in the past and while they have served their purpose, there was always something missing. The Ameo Powerbreather has absolutely redefined the functionality of a snorkel and quite frankly, has revolutionized how an athlete can approach using a snorkel. Here are my highlights of this product: 1. There are many coaching philosophies when it comes to improving swim mechanics. Personally, I focus quite heavily on the catch beginning in the initial finger entry to early vertical forearm all the way through to the finish. Wearing the Powerbreather provides unobstructed vision throughout the entire swim stroke which allowed me to see (and analyze) my catch from entry to finish much more clearly than a regular front mounted snorkel. It's like having a video camera by my side in order to be able to see what my stroke is doing but more importantly, make immediate changes. A+ for the Powerbreather. 2. As an exercise physiologist, I have always kept up on the respiratory muscle training to improve lung functioning. This is extremely important for anyone from athletes to the average fitness enthusiast. We normally use about 10% or so of our total lung capacity when breathing normally. When using a device that provides a small amount of resistance to breathing and forces more deeper inspiration and forceful exhalation, it allows more oxygen transfer and strengthens the actual breathing muscles. There have been many studies to validate this but I won't get into those. I will say that the Powerbreather provides just the right amount of resistance that will provide tremendous benefits in lung functioning capacity. I have tried these devices on the market that target this goal but they are tedious and I have found that nobody will actually take the time to use them. The Powerbreather makes this simple by training the breathing muscles during activity. Some individuals may find this difficult at first but it will get easier. I found it different for the first 300 or so yards of my workout but then began to breathe deeper and more controlled, allowing my body to get into a rhythm, which made the process more natural and much easier. With my first swim with the Powerbreather, I used for for a 600 yard freestyle, took it off and did another 600 without it. Aside from the obvious need to turn my head out of the water to breathe, what I noticed was that it was much easier to breathe. This is the respiratory muscle training at its finest. I truly believe the Ameo Powerbreather is something special and when used properly and frequently, will allow swimmers the opportunity to improve their swim mechanics and lung functioning capacity. I will continue to use it personally and highly recommend it to every triathlete and swimmer.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Sergio - Reviewed in the United States on September 19, 2017
After some use: I love it.
I might have docked this snorkel a star over some its quirks if I had posted this review earlier, but after a few months of pool and open water use I can't imagine going without. My wave edition came with the mid tier snorkel stocks among a few other attachments. These are the only tips I've bothered to use. So, save some cash and skip the uber tier with open water stalks. You can get by. Some other stuff I've learned through use: treading water will likely envelope your face in bubbles, not a big deal with a full mask, but eye sized goggles will allow bubbles up your nose or in your ears. Prep for that. If you think you've got a big head or lots of hair, prepare for a snug fit around your temples no matter how loose you wear the Ameo. Clearing the device takes a full exhale after its been submerged. Plan your breaths. On that note, odd noises during breathing as well as any restrictive feelings during inhalation usually dissipate once you've wet the device sufficiently. These nigglings aside, I cannot recommend this snorkel enough. A hundred bucks is an investment but you should get years of use out if your Ameo if you treat it well. Plus, the sticker shock dwindles quickly once you've tried an extended swim (say 20 min) without coming up for air. Can't recommend it enough. By this snorkel now.

4.0 out of 5 stars
By Lone Star Lady - Reviewed in the United States on June 10, 2016
So far I really like this Powerbreather
So far I really like this Powerbreather. I have a neck injury which makes it difficult to turn my head to the side to breath when swimming freestyle. I have tried traditional snorkels, but this is more stable and also does not allow water in the tube. Also like the tightening mechanism. As far as the breathing goes, it actually works similar to a scuba diving regulator except that you are not breathing from a tank (i.e., the sensation feels similar to a regulator to me, being a former scuba diver.). They do warn you that there is some resistance when breathing with the Powerbreather, and have found this to be true, especially the deeper under the water you position the mouthpiece. I was told the resistance would lessen over time, but it really does not - you just get more used to it over time. UPDATE: Uh oh! Have been using the Powerbreather for about 3 months - only about 3-4 hours a week. Today it started leaking water profusely and I am not able to use it at all. I have contacted the company to see what they might offer. Not going to change the Stars yet until I hear form them

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Amazon Customer - Reviewed in the United States on August 31, 2016
A good product and an improvement over the design of a traditional training snorkel.
I purchased the lap edition and have been using it for two weeks. Like other reviewers have noted, it takes some getting used to because there is a slight restriction in the airway and you'll see and hear the bubbles from the air expelled from the front of the mouth-piece. It's a good product and works as advertised. It's much better than a traditional swimming/training snorkel because there is no "spit" which accumulates in it and so far I've never sucked in any water. A swim-cap is recommended so that it stays in position on your head better but I don't wear a cap and haven't had any problem with it staying in position. The lap edition comes with the flip-turn caps which I've haven't tried, so I can't comment on those. For me, it's worth the price and glad I bought it. Note to manufacturer: The snorkel won't fit into the case with the standard caps attached. The case is too short. If the case is intended for everyday use, then it becomes a hassle to remove/replace the caps every time the snorkel is put into and taken out of the case. Maybe the case is not intended for everyday use and really meant just for storage or travel?