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B-Happy Bubble is a solid and reliable stopper, made of bioplastic, which replaces the classic tennis ball on the freediving training lines. Placed just before the bottom plate, where one usually makes a turn, it prevents the lanyard from getting stuck. Happy Bubble greatly enhances your safety, leaving room for more concentration on your dive.
How it works
B-Happy Bubble is composed by two hollow non-deformable hemispheres connect by a thread and an anti-loosening system which holds a simple knot.
Design: How B-Happy Bubble was born?
The B-Happy Bubble was born two years ago by looking at the Freediving World Center’s stopper and the classic tennis ball commonly used by freedivers. Comparing pros and cons of both devices with the aim of improving every single detail, including design and functionality, we came up with a brand new stopper that has already been successfully tested and embraced by many professionals as it brings safety a step further in freediving.
Materials & Manufacturing
We take care of worker well-being and our planet’s delicate ecosystem. B-Happy Bubble has been made using bioplastic and recycled materials for the packaging. The whole manufacturing process has been done in Italy respecting both the environment and people who have dealt with it.
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