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Powerbreather Snorkel

The Powerbreather is a breathing system (based on the concept of a sealed snorkel) and developed in Germany. The system uses a patented air flow pumped by a valve mechanism. The Powerbreather allows only air to pass through the pipe leading to the mouth of a swimmer. The Powerbreather avoids strain on the neck muscles, which is usually done by turning the neck and head, in order to breathe. Thus, the Powerbreather allows the swimmer to concentrate on his/her technical improvements. The water can not enter the system, even with the swimmer immersing further, because the two valves only allow  air to be inhaled. source



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ZBOARD | WEIGHT-SENSING ELECTRIC SKATEBOARD | Image

ZBOARD | WEIGHT-SENSING ELECTRIC SKATEBOARD

Sometime ago we showed you the "Fiik Skateboard" an electric skateboard controlled by a remote in your hand. The ZBoard however, is a hands free electric skateboard. The ZBoard is weight-sensing, to ride simply lean forward on the front footpad to accelerate and lean back on the rear footpad to brake. The boards go on sale from April 2012, but are available now for pre-order....
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SIPABOARD | SELF-INFLATING ELECTRIC SUP | Image

SIPABOARD | SELF-INFLATING ELECTRIC SUP

Sipaboard is the world´s first self-inflating, electric and smart stand-up-paddle board! The board features an emission-free and barely audible, built-in jet propulsion system, providing up to 3.5 knots of assistance, a great feature to get out on the water quicker and paddle further, upstream and against the current. The motor is controlled easily by wireless controls built into the handle of the paddle, and for safety purposes, automatically shuts off if the paddl...
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Lift eFoil

Fly quietly over water with the eFoil electric hydrofoil surfboard at speeds up to 22 knots (25 mph)! The rider uses a waterproof controller using Bluetooth connectivity to power the board from 45 to 55 minutes at cruising speed, or 20 to 25 minutes at full speed. It has a range of about 15 miles. The eFoil can be recharged from a household power outlet in 2.5 hours, just plug it in and go. The eFoil board will initially be available in two sizes, the standard E1 eF...
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