Sea Doo Seascooter Pro
Sea Doo Seascooter Pro3
Average rating:Write a review | Read all reviews
Ideal for water lovers the Sea Doo Seascooter Classic underwater scooter by SeaDoo is the lightest and most efficient seascooter in the world with a price that makes it hard to resist.
The original SeaDoo Pro is a snorkeler's dream. The Sea Doo Seascooter Pro can run at a speeds of 2 mph/ 3.2 km/h at a depth of up to 65ft and has built-in buoyancy regulation for maximum comfort.
Speed of up to 2 mph/ 3.2 km/h, Weight just 13 lbs/ 6 kg including battery, Rated to 65 ft/20 m, Run time of up to 1 hour with normal use, Adjustable buoyancy,
The Seadoo Classic underwater scooter ZS01 also includes: Seadoo Pro Battery and Battery Charger
Experience Fun and Excitement in the water with the Seadoo Seascooter Pro. OUT OF STOCK
There is a newer model of this item: Yamaha RDS200 Underwater Sea Scooter
Write a review | Read all reviews
This seascooter is OK for the price. It's the entry level "dive scooter" going down to 65 ft, which it will do but with full scuba gear it really lacks power. Run time is 45min with it constantly operating though it will take an extended life battery (add $70). This scoot is probably OK for swimming/snorkeling but if your using it for Scuba I'd skip this model and jump to the next model up(GTI) with more power run time, depth rating.
We own a dolphin and a pro model..my wife and I love them, our grandchildren enjoy them too..We have had them now for about 4 years and just this month need to replace one of the batteries, not bad, and that's the only thing we have had to do to them,[...]great fun for the whole family..We use them in salt water and fresh water as well,,and they work great.. Thanks Tony Borden
We own 2 of these. We took them to Catalina Island off of Southern California and used them for snorkeling and scuba. I disagree with the review that says they are not powerful enough for scuba. We had full 7mm wetsuits tanks and 25 lbs of weight. No problem. If you are overweight (perhaps over 250) then yes, you might have some issues.