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Scuba Diving With Underwater Scooter

A diver propulsion vehicle (DPV, also known as an underwater propulsion vehicle or underwater scooter) is a great tool ( toy ) and tons of fun to use !

DPV (Diver Propulsion Vehicle) is designed to provide divers with greater mobility and less air consumption, giving them more bottom time (within tables) and far greater range. They scoot you through the water without kicking which saves you a lot of energy and can lower your air consumption up to 50%.

There are primarily two types of underwater transportation systems for recreational and technical divers - DPV (Diver Propulsion Vehicle) and underwater scooter.

The difference between DPV and underwater scooter is simple: a DPV is a vehicle with an integral saddle that a diver physically rides. A scooter is a unit that tows the diver along by the arms. As a general rule, Scooters tend to have smaller battery capacity than DPVs .

DPVs have been available in various configurations for nearly three decades, but until recently, were used primarily by military and commercial divers.

Because of the growing interest among recreational divers, more DPVs have entered the market in the last ten years, making them more affordable, user friendly, reliable and really fun to operate.

Designed to cruise at speeds up to 3.0mph (4.8km/h) the RDS300 will allow you to maximize your underwater dive experience. Featuring a depth rating of 100ft (30m) and 2 level rotational speed control* the RDS300 is perfect for the recreational diving enthusiast.

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