Trident Underwater Scooter

Aug 3, 2018

Category: Tech

Not too long ago, Geneinno successfully launched their Titan Underwater Drone; however, that device only allowed you to discover underwater marvels through a live video feed. Now, Geneinno is at it again, but this time their Underwater Scooter will take you up close and personal with the wonders of the sea.

A great device for scuba divers and snorkelers, this scooter can pull you down to a maximum depth of 50m(164ft). You have control of the dual propellers, which deliver a thrust power of up to 26lbs, and can choose between two set speeds: 2.2 mph and 4.3 mph. It uses a 24V/6,000 mAh lithium battery that takes 1.5 hours to charge, allowing the Trident to pull you along underwater to tour the majestic world beneath the surface for about an hour. Also, you can conveniently mount a GoPro onto this 7.7lb device, allowing you to capture some first-person footage of your sea life encounters. The Trident will be open for pledges later this month.

Purchase: $300

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