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06/26/2019 What is the difference between the Wave & lap? Edit
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The difference is that the Wave has additional 2x Speedvent L (Extended version for open water).

Answered by SwimOutlet.com on 06/29/2019
03/16/2019 On a traditional snorkel I blow out any water that may have come in the tube. How does this snorkel clear the in tube if water comes in? Edit
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The tubes bring air in only, no water, so you do not need to clear the tubes of water, just inhale normally. Saliva/water ease out the bottom

Answered by SwimOutlet.com on 03/18/2019
12/07/2017 Does the Lap edition indeed come with 2 x Speedvent long as is pictured? I thought only the Wave edition comes with long? Edit
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This item comes with 2x Speedvent S (Standard)

Answered by SwimOutlet.com on 12/12/2017
10/18/2017 Is the speed vent the "EASY" version? I believe it comes standard on the 2.0 version of the snorkel ..... Edit
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The speed vent does come standard with this product.

Answered by SwimOutlet.com on 11/14/2017
08/11/2017 Allergy to latex. Is the mouthpiece on the ameo powerbreather latex free?? Edit
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For the AMEO Powerbreather Lap Snorkel, they do not use latex and the mouthpiece is made of TPE and all plastic has passed the REACH test. 

Answered by SwimOutlet.com on 08/15/2017
10/26/2016 I have emphysema and swim. I have to stop after each lap to catch my breath. I wonder if this would make it easier to swim.? It seems like if I could have continious air it would cut down on me having to rest. What do you think? Have you had anyone with COPD try this out? Would love to try this. Edit
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It's definitely not specifically designed for that. While a snorkel would allow you to breath continuously while swimming, recommend consulting your doctor and get a medical opinion on the item.

Answered by SwimOutlet.com on 10/26/2016