Rhinomed Turbine Nasal Dilator for Athletic Breathing Improves Airflow during exercise Flexible and Lightweight
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- Pack of 1 Small, 1 Medium, 1 Large Turbine dilator
- 10 Uses per dilator
- Sports breathing technology to increase airflow
- Easy to use, flexible, lightweight
- Used by 3-time Tour De France Winner Chris Froome
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Turbine Sports Breathing Aid
Endorsed by doctors. Worn by professionals
Turbine is a breathing aid (nasal dilator) worn and endorsed by leading professional athletes.
It has been clinically proven to deliver 38 Percent more air (rhinometry test), with an instant feeling of increased airflow when fitted correctly.
Turbine Sports Breathing Technology
Clinically proven* to increase airflow by an average of 38%
Breathing is a compulsory part of everyday life, but we tend to complain when our breathing is laboured, rather than engaging in ways to make it more comfortable.
That’s where the Turbine comes into it’s own. It’s a soft, pliable polymer stent that dilates your nose in a way that nasal tapes can only dream of. It not only increases the amount of air you can inhale through your nose by an average of 38 percent, it reminds you to breathe in a more controlled and efficient way.
- RunningNW: "very dramatic difference in my breathing and my approach to it. I am definitely seeing increased airflow (that’s immediate)".
Chris Froome - Tour De France winner
"Great piece of equipment. Less energy and distraction with breathing means I can use more energy in other important parts of my riding, like focussing on power, cadence and keeping my head in the game."
When To Use Turbine?
Any non-contact sport and most forms of non-contact training
- Cycling - road, track, mountain, cyclocross, downhill
- Running - short and long distances
- Triathlon (except not recommended on the swim leg)
- Weight Training
- Cross Fit
- Yoga/ Pilates/ Stretching
Results of Airflow Effects
Clinical Trial* Case Study and Results
The Objective: To study nasal airflow with and without an intranasal dilator device**
The Subjects: Group of 20 healthy individuals (male and female of varying ages).
The Test: Controlled Rhinometry test where the amount of nasal airflow was measured using a Rhinomanometer.
The Findings: On average the intranasal dilator provided a 38 Percent increase in airflow.
**Proof of concept clinical trial (early prototype of Turbine) S.Braham, Royal Victorian Eye and Ear hospital.
Matt Goss - Professional Cyclist
Milan San Remo winner.