Ameo Powerbreather Sport Edition

Ameo Powerbreather Sport Edition

(2 customer reviews)

£79.00

For calm open water and pools

SKU: A-PB01000-000 Category:

Description

The AMEO POWERBREATHER Sport Edition is for those who want to swim in both the pool and calm open water. Also for lower swimming positions.

For flip turns consider the Lap Edition.
For choppy open water consider the Wave Edition.

The Powerbreather is an innovation for swimmers of all performance levels, triathletes and snorkelers; ideal for technique, endurance and respiratory muscle training in one.

With the AMEO FRESH AIR SYSTEM, the swimmer breathes for the first time only fresh air, no pendulum breathing
Innovative valve technology protects against water entering, no irritating blowing out liquids from the snorkel.

100% Moneyback guarantee

Buy any POWERBREATHER and try it for 6 weeks – if you are not happy then return it for a full refund!

Endorsed by

  • JAN FRODENO – IRONMAN World and European Champion 2015 – regularly trains successfully with the AMEO POWERBREATHER since the end of 2014
  • THOMAS LURZ – Open water swimmer, twelve time World Champion, second in the Olympic Games 2012
  • STEFFEN DEIBLER – Competitive swimmer, world record holder 50m butterfly stroke

Features

  • AMEO FRESH AIR SYSTEM – Innovative 2-way separation system – for always fresh, oxygen-rich breathing air and free D-Tubes.
  • SPEED VENT EASY – For relaxed, natural breathing while swimming or active snorkeling-diving.
  • EASY FIT AIR JUNCTION – Quick application with maximum fitting accuracy and wearing comfort.
  • TWIST LOCK SYSTEM – Comfortable adjustment to the individual size of the head.
  • D-TUBES – D-shaped profile for comfortable, secure hold with optimum airflow (inside) and flow resistance (outside).

Kit Contents:

1x POWERBREATHER PB01 Adult
2x SPEEDVENT EASY S (Standard)
1x CASE
AMEO POWERBREATHER PB01 (incl. SPEEDVENT S) Weight: 220 gramm (7,8 oz.) / Dimensions: 365mm x 198mm x 38mm

2 reviews for Ameo Powerbreather Sport Edition

  1. Sarah Jones

    Best investment made, purchased the power breather to help with rehabilitation previously used standard swimming snorkel because I have Hodgkin disease with bone marrow transplant my lung function is extremely poor, suffer from fibremyanglia also have spinal issues recently had surgery to cervical due lumber surgery advised to swim front crawl but struggled with breathing techniques consultant suggested trying a snorkel together with swimming instructor learning to swim front crawl after only able to swim breast stroke, thus causing back pain needed to change stroke.
    The powerbreather has enhanced my swimming enabling me to go 3 times a week, enjoying benefit of being able to swim comfortably with benefits of the snorkel with the filter giving fresh air continually benefiting my lung function and improving my swimming, many other swimmers impressed by my improvement
    Would recommend powerbreather to any one going through rehabilitation needing to keep body inlignment in the water, plus for those who struggywith breathing problems this swimming aid certainly would help improve lung function to enable to participate in healthy fitness

  2. Helen James

    I love my powerbreather. I find that it is very useful when trying to work on arms as you do not have to think about breathing/turning your head so can totally zone out. It is easy to adjust and feels very comfortable to wear. The advantage of this over other snorkels is that you are always breathing in fresh air. In addition, your lungs get a bit of a workout (much like the elevation training masks but not that intense!) due to the membrane which means you don’t get quite as much air in as if you were breathing normally. This means that when I take the snorkel off I will often find myself breathing every 6 rather than my normal 4. It might be expensive but is a very worthwhile investment if you are serious about working on your technique. It is also good if you have shoulder issues (like me) due to your arm dropping when breathing as with the snorkel you are not breathing so don’t drop the arm! Obviously that is something that I need to work on separately!

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