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SD6545X VS Supercharged Plus Sea Scooter


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Model # 13131230 | Mfg # SD6545P
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Push your diving experience to a new level of excitement. SEA-DOO® SEASCOOTER™ VS SUPERCHARGED PLUS, now features a reinforced nose cone that protects the unit during transport and in rough environments. This ultimate dive propulsion vehicle was rated No.1 overall by Diving Science and Technology (DSAT). The VS SUPERCHARGED PLUS delivers two levels of thrust. So save air, stay down longer and get more fun out of diving!
The seascooter runs at a speed of up to 3 miles per hour at a depth of up to 100 feet. As a result, the Vs. Supercharged Plus makes a great dive propulsion vehicle, so much so that the device was rated number one overall by Diving Science and Technology (DSAT). In addition, the seascooter boasts a variable speed control, so you can slow down to view a shipwreck more carefully or speed up to get to your destination faster. And thanks to the lightweight housing, which weighs just 18 pounds, the Vs. Supercharged Plus is a breeze to transport out of the water. Other details include a waterproof construction that prevents accidental flooding, a reinforced nose cone that protects the body from rough handling, adjustable buoyancy, and a runtime of up to 1.5 hours per charge.
  • Variable speed controls
  • Speed up to 3 mph / 4.8km/h
  • Run up to 1.5 hours with normal use
  • Weight just 18 lbs / 8.2kg including battery
  • Waterproof construction prevents accidental flooding
  • Adjustable buoyancy
  • Impact resistant heavy duty rubber hull protection

SD6545X VS Supercharged Plus Sea Scooter

Battery Life 1.5 Hours
Maximum Depth 100 Feet

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