The snorkel purge valve facilitates water expulsion and minimises leftover water
The deflector at the top prevents water from splashing into the snorkel.
For maximum comfort, the orthodontic mouthpiece is made of silicone.
Flexible tip for better positioning on the face and in the mouth.
The snorkel's volume is adapted to the child's morphology.
When Snorkelling, water can enter the snorkel due to immersion or splashing. The valve located at the bottom of the snorkel makes it easier to expel water. Thanks to the valve, most of the water is drained from the bottom, which means the user does not have to blow out so hard. This is unlike a conventional snorkel where the water is drained from the top.
How to use the valve
Simply blow out gently to empty the snorkel through the valve. After breathing out, be careful when you breathe back in. Inhale slowly as some residual water can remain in the snorkel. If in doubt, do not panic; raise your head out of the water and the snorkel will empty itself instantly through the valve.
High-speed intensive swimming is not recommended as it can move the valve and cause water to enter.
Sometimes sand or salt gets stuck between the valve and the hard part of the snorkel, this prevents the valve from correctly lying flat and ensuring a watertight seal. In this case, simply rinse the snorkel thoroughly with clean water and check that the valve lays flat.
With its comfortable mouthpiece and the correct size of the snorkel, you can breathe safely.
Silicone is an extremely flexible material. The silicone mouthpiece provides increased mouth comfort.
This product contains no PVC.
The mouthpiece is the part of the snorkel that is placed in the mouth. Its specially designed shape makes it one of the most comfortable snorkels for your mouth.
The deflector is the part located at the top of the snorkel. Its curved shape creates a protection limiting the inflow of water through the top of the snorkel.
Snorkel certified compliant with safety requirements according to European EN 1972 standard. Certified by the INPP (French professional diving institute).