Sea Doo Aqua Ranger Sea Scooter

Sea Doo Aqua Ranger Sea Scooter
July 21, 2016
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Sea Doo Aqua Ranger Sea Scooter The Sea Doo Aqua Ranger Sea Scooter is Sea Doo’s entry level scooter.  It boosts a lightweight build (11.5 pounds) for easy 1-handed transport.  It runs up to 1.5 hours per charge; 6-month warranty.  It is ideal for snorkeling or shallow scuba diving. Cost $252.56 Speed Features a maximum speed of 2.5 miles per hour; max depth of 30 feet. Battery & Weight 5…

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Sea-Doo Dolphin Seascooter Review

Sea Doo Dolphin
April 25, 2016
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Sea-doo’s have been getting rave reviews for their Deep Propulsion vehicles but that doesn’t take anything away from yet another great DPV they have; the Sea-doo Seascooter Dolphin SD5542.  Let’s get down to brass tacks. Cost The SD5542 is built for pools and still water, unlike some of its more powerful counterparts that are made for deep diving, it can be placed in the low end category of sea-scooters. It…

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Apollo AV-2 Evolution 2 U/W Diver Propulsion Vehicle with SLA Battery & Charger

Apollo AV-2 Evolution 2 U/W Diver Propulsion Vehicle DPV Scooter with SLA Battery & Charger
January 4, 2016
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The Apollo AV-2 Evolution 2 is a DPV that is part of a long line of underwater scooter’s developed by Japanese manufacturer Apollo Japan. The company has been producing diving equipment since the mid- 1960s and manufactured its first underwater diving propulsion device in 1988. Apollo Japan experienced great success with its first underwater scooter and has not looked back since, introducing innovative design concepts in the industry.

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New Apollo AV-2 Evolution 2 DPV Scooter without Battery & Charger/LID

Apollo AV-2 Evolution 2 U/W Diver Propulsion Vehicle DPV Scooter with SLA Battery & Charger
December 23, 2015
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The New Apollo AV-2 Evolution 2 is manufactured by Apollo Japan, a Japanese company established in 1965 that has developed a wide range of diving equipment over the years. Their first foray into the diver propulsion vehicle industry came in 1988 when the company produced the AV-1 and it was considered a success. The company launched its second DPV, the Apollo AV-2 in 2003 and the unit had outstanding performance…

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Sea Doo-SD15001-RS1 Underwater SeaScooter – Top Model?

Sea Doo-SD15001-RS1 Underwater SeaScooter
December 2, 2015
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The Sea Doo SD15001 RS1 is the top model offered by Sea Doo, a company operated by Bombardier, a well-respected organization in the recreational vehicle industry. The company manufactures a few great budget underwater scooter options, but their RS2 model, mid-range model, was slightly disappointing as it didn’t seem to offer substantial value for the price tag it comes with. The RS1 is even more expensive so expectations are running…

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SeaDoo RS2 SeaScooter Underwater Diver Propulsion Vehicle – Is It Worth the Extra Money?

SeaDoo RS2 SeaScooter Underwater Diver Propulsion Vehicle
November 24, 2015
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It’s time to review another SeaDoo product. This time we will be checking out the RS2 SeaScooter Model. This is the middle version of three choices which SeaDoo produces for its RS series. SeaDoo is among the most popular diver propulsion vehicle manufacturers, so you can purchase a DPV from them with some confidence that you will get a well built machine for the price you pay. Cost SeaDoo has…

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Sea-Doo SD6545X VS Supercharged “Plus” Sea Scooter – Lightweight But

Sea-Doo SD6545X VS Supercharged "Plus" Sea Scooter
November 16, 2015
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You can think of the Sea-Doo SD6545X VS Supercharged Plus as a “supercharged” budget diver propulsion vehicle (DPV). During scuba.com’s underwater scooter sale, you may purchase it for a low price of around $450, but make no mistake this “supercharged” DPV is clearly in the budget category. Sea-Doo has experience manufacturing low-priced DPVs so one surety you have is you won’t be throwing away your money by purchasing this recreational…

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Tusa SAV-7 EVO2 Scooter DPV Review – Expensive But Worth It

Tusa SAV-7 EVO2 Scooter DPV Review
November 9, 2015
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The SAV-7 EVO2 scooter DPV has been launched this past summer by Tusa, an American subsidiary of a Japanese corporation. The benefits of purchasing Tusa products have already been documented in a review of this dive scooter’s predecessor, the SAV-7 EVO Scooter so there is no need to rehash those points. You can also read in the review about SAV-7 EVO’s unique patented riding style which gives you additional freedom…

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Tusa SAV-7 EVO Scooter DPV Review – Unique Riding Style

Tusa SAV-7 EVO Scooter DPV
November 2, 2015
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Tusa is the US subsidiary of Tabata Inc., a Japanese corporation well known for its recreational sports products. Tusa is the Asian version of the American dream. The company’s foundation dates back to the 1950s when handmade mask and goggles were produced in a residential garage. The corporation has found multiple successes since those days and now produces an array of equipment for swimming, scuba diving and golfing industries. With…

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Sea-Doo Explorer X Sea Scooter Review – Excellent For the Leisurely Diver

Sea Doo Explorer X
October 27, 2015
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The Sea-Doo Explorer X Sea Scooter is an underwater diver propulsion vehicle (DPV) sold by Bombardier under their Sea-Doo brand. Bombardier is a company name synonymous with great off-road vehicles and they have numerous DPV scooters under their belt so we can rely somewhat on their design and manufacturing experience. Still, it’s important to properly review a product to ensure it meets your expectations and needs. Price The Sea-Doo Explorer…

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