The Triton is the World's First Underwater Breathing Apparatus

By: Malika Renee Butss - Mar 31, 2016
References: indiegogo & geeky-gadgets
The Triton breathing apparatus is a unique device built for swimming underwater for short amounts of time at relatively shallow depths.

Triton has been dubbed as the world's first artificial gills and mirrors the look of a sleek spy device. The cool new gadget is pocket-sized and made to take snorkeling to new heights. Once charged, it is capable of allowing users to breathe freely underwater for a total of 45 minutes at a maximum depth of 15 feet.

Unlike most snorkeling devices, the Triton breathing apparatus does not require heavy equipment or intense training. It is super easy to use and only asks that users gently bite into the mouth, breathe normally and enjoy their underwater adventure.