The Powerbreather is a snorkel made from elastic material. It is ring-shaped, sits around the head and is adjustable to different head sizes and so comfortably fits any head size.
With the Powerbreather, air is inhaled through the upper section behind the head which is equipped with a check valve and is fully exhaled through a check valve located in the mouthpiece.
This valve technology makes it possible for the first time to have no stale air left in the snorkel tube after you exhale, unlike all previous snorkels. Only fresh air is ever inhaled. Fatigue effects from snorkel use are thus avoided. Because of the two interacting valves no water gets into the snorkel when descending. Its design and the elastic material ensure that it fits tightly around the head.
As the swimmer can breathe freely without thinking about water getting in or making fitful breathing movements, he can focus on swimming in a relaxed manner. Children can learn various swimming techniques so much more easily. But even older people, professional swimmers and anyone undertaking swimming training can train with the Powerbreather in a much more relaxed and effective way.
If it works as described, I would buy it in a second. I’ll cross my fingers that it actually becomes available.