BladeFish Personal Sea Jet

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Tech

Some might call the BladeFish 5000 DPV Sea Scooter a device created for those who are too lazy to swim, we just call it awesome.

Powered by a long last lithium ion battery, this new and improved version of the BladeFish is much more powerful than the brand’s previously introduced versions, and more maneuverable as well. The contraption weighs in at a mere 10 pounds, and allows divers to cruise through the water at three different speeds up to 40 meters deep. Thanks to the improved battery life, you can expect to enjoy the BladeFish for 70 to 120 minutes on a single charge. The device is currently for sale at Amazon.

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