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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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MICOACH SMART BALL | BY ADIDAS | Image

MICOACH SMART BALL | BY ADIDAS

With World Cup fever just around the corner, Adidas have introduced the Micoach Smart Soccer Ball, a football capable of measuring the speed, spin and trajectory of each kick and then feeding all the stats back to the miCoach app on your device via Bluetooth after each strike. Inside the smart ball are several sensors that analyze the ball as it moves through the air, the data is then displayed on an included app, that also includes training tutorials, ball-mastery ...
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THE SNOW CYCLE

If you love snow rides you will love this, the "snow cycle" was designed in Oberndorf, Austria, it features a spring suspension helping riders turning with the front ski. It has a adjustable t-bar steering, a confortable spring cushion padded saddle, and two cool mini skis for you feet....
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2018 GIFTS FOR THE SNOW RIDER

In today´s gift recommendations, we’ve curated some cool options to ensure you look good and perform well on the slopes. The list features equipment for protection, communication or simply having fun on your radical descents. These products cater to every Snow Rider´s want list....
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