SCORKL Handheld Scuba Tank

Jun 7, 2017

Category: Gear

Even before Bond put a high-tech rebreather in his mouth during the classic Thunderbolt, people have been trying to come up with clever ways to stay underwater longer and with less equipment. After all of these years of development and testing, the SCORKL may be exactly what we were looking for.

This reusable tank is relatively simple to use. To fill it with air all you need to do is attach it to either a high pressure hand pump, or your more standard scuba tank. When totally full, the tank can then provide up to 10 minutes of uninterrupted diving. Thanks to the breathe-on-demand balanced single stage regulator, you can simply put this in your mouth and get to the business of swimming around under water. Whether you’re an experienced diver looking for something more casual, or a beach bum looking to do more than just lay out all summer – this simple but effective tool is more than worth your while.

Purchase: $200

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