The Junior Easybreath mask is a full-face snorkelling mask created by Decathlon.
With its 180° panoramic view, its anti-fog system and ease of donning, the Subea Easybreath mask is the ideal product for children aged 6 to 10 years old who are looking to explore the ocean floor.
It is equipped with our latest innovation, the "dry-top-release", which allows you to never have your breathing blocked when going through a wave or when coming up to the surface of the water.
How does the Easybreath work?
The fresh air is projected onto the glass before reaching the nose or mouth via the nasal valves. The constant supply of fresh air reduces the amount of fogging up in the mask.
The air packed with moisture and CO2 is evacuated through channels located inside the mask's rim, which leads this air into the snorkel. The air is constantly renewed. The flow of air going in and out are separated to avoid mixing in polluted air and allowing you to breathe fresh air.
Can I dive with my Junior Easybreath?
The Decathlon Junior snorkelling mask is not suitable for diving. The air volume in this snorkelling mask is greater than that of other traditional diving masks. From just 1m down; the pressure of the mask becomes very uncomfortable on your face. Furthermore, while freediving, it is necessary to decompress. With the Subea Easybreath mask, this is impossible because the nose is inaccessible.
Why choose Easybreath over a traditional valve mask?
The design of the Decathlon Easybreath mask makes it ideal for kids who are mainly observing the underwater world from the surface.
The choice of this full-face snorkelling mask, is made when the kid is mainly looking for a very comfortable breathing environment and a large field of vision.
What size Easybreath should I choose?
The Junior Easybreath mask is customisable for children between the ages of 6 and 10 and is a one size fits all: XS.
Full masks also exist for people older than 10 years and they come in 2 sizes, covering 90% of faces.
From age 10 and small faces opt for size S/M. For bigger faces use M/L.
How does the dry-top system stop water from entering?
It was developed to stop water from getting into the snorkel when there is choppy water, small waves on the surface or when the user leans their head too far forward to observe the seabed. There is a float in the snorkel that rises when you dive and blocks the tube. After diving, remember to blow out when returning to the surface to make sure that the float descends.
Can I wear glasses with my Easybreath mask?
Most spectacle frames will prevent the mask from sealing properly by distorting the mask skirt. It is also complicated to use the Easybreath mask with glasses.
Subea designed corrective lenses that are attached to the inside of the mask with a suction cup. You can choose the correction of each glass screen (from -1 to -6) and put it together the way you like it.
What precautions should I take with my Easybreath mask?
Pay attention to sand! Avoid placing the Easybreath Surface Mask Child XS (6-10 years) mask come into contact with sand as this can scratch the lens of the mask. If sand is present, do not use force to clip the snorkel into place. Rinse the snorkel and mask before connecting them. Sand can also clog the float valve inside the snorkel. Rinse the snorkel vigorously or use a key that you can fit through the rear vents of the snorkel to unblock the float valve, then rinse the snorkel.
Can I repair my Easybreath mask if it breaks?
YES, you can extend the lifespan of your Subea Easybreath mask ! After-sales service is available from the Workshop in your Decathlon store. Spare parts can also be purchased online: Part codes: strap - 8316952, valve - 8363399, snorkel - 8559605, white cover - 8590394.