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Bladefish 5000 Powerfull Underwater Scooter


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The BladeFish SeaJet underwater scooter 5000 is perfect for scuba diving, snorkeling and swimming. The innovative, compact design of the Blade Fish sea scooter 5000 allows for high power and long run time while only weighing about 10lbs with dimensions of about 15"x15"x6". But don't let it's small size fool you! The BladeFish can get up to 3.75 mph and has a run time up to 2 hours. Also, because the BladeFish underwater scooter uses state of the art Lithium Ion batteries, a discharged Blade Fish can be charged and ready to go in about 2 hours minimizing any down time. Also, due to the BladeFish 5000's extraordinary portability, carrying it to your favorite dive spot is a breeze and packing it in your luggage has never been easier. The BladeFish 5000 DPV(Dive Propulsion Vehicle) comes equipped with computer controlled circuitry, double seals and battery life meter. Speed Rating: 3.75 MPH, Depth rating: 130 ft., Run Time 70-20 min., Weight: 10.2 lbs., Charge Time 2-4 hours. The BladeFish 5000 sea scooter also includes durable

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  • Shipping Weight: 15 pounds
  • ASIN: B003VOTHDS
  • Average Customer Review: 2.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (6 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,006,801 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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22 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Jeremy Beck on April 5, 2011
So first of all I own a bladefish 5000. I purchased this because it looked like a dream. Let me just dispel some false claims. 1) the only way this scooter goes over 1mph is if you are pulling a torpedo shaped keebler elf or being towed by a boat. I could imagine if you are snorkeling it would be a nice addition - add some confidence - and super light / reliable for shore dives.
2) anything that pulls you at 3mph would make kicking irrelevant - and more of a nuissance.
3) the only scooter I know that gets close to as fast as they claim (3.75mph)for as long as they claim - costs $6750.

Truth: This is a great snorkeling scooter. It is light... the battery life is awesome as the advertisement claims but notice the star next to the run time. That run time is not continuous 120 minutes - it is 2 hours under "normal use". This means stop and go. With that said - I have run the thing in the ground to near dead and it goes way over an hour so thumbs way up on battery performance! (FYI I weigh 200-210llbs) For a snorkeler/rapid diver with an extra $700 - this is your dream device!

False: I've seem some interesting blogs and advertisements - even people tethering this device to their scuba gear. I've used it on a 100' dive and I can say with absolute truth it will pull you - at a slow swimming pace. You will find yourself wanting to kick - thus negating many of the air saving features of a scooter. This is marketed as a scuba scooter to scuba divers. It CAN work in this fashion but don't expect it to replace the normal torpedo scooter. The technology is not there and I promise if you run it along side any normal torpedo - you will be dissappointed.
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15 of 21 people found the following review helpful By M. Robertson on February 13, 2012
I recently inherited a small fortune... roughly $800. First thing I bought was this amazing toy. Why? Well, i like to snorkel, but I find that gently moving my legs up and down to propel me is just way too much effort. I am so glad I made this decision, because this thing really books it at 1mph! Way faster than I could ever propel myself with the typical "swimming" BS that everyone else is dealing with in the water. That being said, having this directly in front of my face is in no way inconvenient while i'm underwater trying to look at all the cool stuff down there. Also, it tends to get hot underwater, so the cool action of the fan in my face is quite refreshing. All in all, this is well worth the price, and has saved my legs untold amounts of labor. Good job!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Gwumpy0 on July 5, 2013
I Have 2 bladefish 7000 and both have failed with about 20 hours use , they require new printed circuit boards but Bladefish offer no replacement parts

These things cost Me over £600 each and are little more than scrap, the importers do not answer e-mails and there is no aftermarket support!

There is a new model coming out soon but I will not be buying them, indeed I would seriously urge people to spend perhaps more money on something else not necessarily better but with Backup and support!
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