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Oumua Breathing Trainer

Oumua is the first AI-Enabled smart breathing trainer designed to boost your endurance and lung capacity. With respiratory issues on the rise, this personal lung training device lets you improve your health on your commute, at home, at work, or wherever you are. Oumua has two separate inhalation and exhalation ducts with adjustable resistance levels. Simply choose from any of the 6 resistance levels and start training your lungs. You will experience a noticeable increase in your breathing performance with just these 10 to 15 minutes of daily exercising. watch the video below



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NATURAL LOG SKATEBOARDS

Natural Log Skateboards are a recent company from San Diego, California, they create sustainable, high-performance vintage-styled skateboards with classic designs that highlight the natural beauty of the wood. Hand crafted locally in California, all boards are made from a variety of beautiful and strong re-claimed woods, and are classically designed after the vintage skateboards of the 1970’s. You can even build your custom board over at their website. watch the v...
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POWERSKI JETBOARD

PowerSki Jetboard is an innovative motorized surfboard that combines the sports of wakeboarding and surfing. Each surfboard features a low profile 45 HP engine that propels the rider at an insane speed of up to 40 mph....
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SwimEars

Developed by Finis in collaboration with Dave Scott (6 times Ironman World Champion), SwimEars earplugs let sound in and keep water out. If you spend a lot of time in the water swimming, surfing, windsurfing, kayaking, sailing, jet skiing, kitesurfing, or doing any other water activity, protecting your ears is essential to avoid ear inflammation (swimmer´s ear) and bone growth in the ear canal (surfer´s ear). The problem with most traditional earplugs...
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