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Sea Doo Dolphin Sea Scooter Pool or Lake, New Go Pro Mount
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- Pool or lake propulsion vehicle for children or adults ages 8 and up
- Propels user at speeds of up to 2 miles per hour; maximum depth rating of 15.5 feet
- Built for safety, with floating chassis, auto shutoff function, and protective grilles
- Rechargeable battery runs for 1.5 hours per charge; waterproof circuitry
- Lightweight 12-pound body is easy to carry; 180-day warranty
- This is a Hazmat non-returnable item
|Special Shipping Information: This product may not be available for 1 or 2 day shipping due to federal regulations that require it to ship via ground ship methods only. This product can only be shipped within the 48 contiguous states.
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Users will also appreciate the Dolphin's lightweight design, which weighs a mere 12 pounds and is easy to carry in one hand. And should you want to dive down a few feet while skin-diving, the Dolphin can handle that, too, with a maximum depth rating of 15.5 feet. Other details include waterproof circuitry that protects against accidental flooding and a run time of up 1.5 hours per charge with normal use. The scooter, which is designed for children or adults 8 years and older, is backed by a 180-day warranty.
- Speed up to 2 mph (3.2 km/h)
- Depth rated 15.5 ft (5 m)
- Run up to 90 minutes
- For ages 8 and up and adults
- Various safety features including positive buoyancy, safety grille, safety lock
- For pool and lake use only
Top Customer Reviews
It is a ton of fun to use at the pool and always draws a crowd.
My only complaint is the battery. If you don't charge it every 30 days, it'll die in just a few months. Even if you do charge it every 30 days, the batteries often don't last more than a year. And Sea Doo charges $75.00 + shipping and handling to replace them.
Save yourself some money when that happens: Disconnect the old battery from the Dolphin. Cut off the wires that come out of the original battery, one at a time, as close to the battery as possible. Make sure you use a cutting tool that has insulated handles, or wear gloves, when you do so.
Then buy a TR7.5-12A battery with F2 connectors and some F2 female spade lug connectors for about $18. You can buy them from a ton of online stores including Amazon.com. Connect the lug connectors to the end of the wires by stripping a small section off the wires, inserting them into the lug connectors, and crimping them, and then attach them to the battery.
Voila! You've got the very same $75.00 battery for $18.00.
A) the unit was misused and dropped on its nose
B)its too scratched up so they cant resell it.
C) the unit is fine, it doesnt fill up with water
They offered to ship it back or reimburse me $40. Wow! I already have over $200 into it. Do you think I was going to accept that insult. They lied about my treatment of the unit and that it didnt fill up with water.
They were obviously trying to get out of their obligation to warranty the product that was documented as defective from the very first time I used it.
I filed a claim against them with Amazon. So far the seller agreed to give me only $75. i appealed my claim and am awaiting the result.
I dont know if Amazon will delete this but do not buy this product from the seller MedelsOp.
The sad thing is I will probabaly purchase another one because it was so much fun. Judging by the reviews it seems a 50/50 chance that you will get a good one.
Against the warnings of many reviewers I went ahead and purchased an aftermarket spare battery. Im pretty handy with electrical componets so I figured I would be able to find the connectors to make it work. WRONG. Im stuck with a battery I cannot use. The connectors are impossible to match
Nonetheless, my grandkids (5 and 8) absolutely love it. It does pull them through the pool very well and my eldest one enjoys the underwater action. I myself weigh about 200 lbs and it pulls me through the water (though a bit slower).
The battery compartment doesn't leak (as long as you take the time to silicone the rubber seal each time you open the compartment). It does last about 1 1/2 hours on a full charge as advertised. Don't be concerned with the advertised weight -it is quite bouyant in the water.
My only complaint is the battery. Apparently, you can order a spare battery, but the spare doesn't come with the leads to be able to plug your spare into the charger (thus if you just order the spare, you'll really only be able to use the spare if you cut the leads on your main battery and solder them to your spare). I managed to find some leads from another source and am able to purchase a true spare battery for about $20 here on Amazon). I rate at 4stars because of the hassle you have to go through to have two working batteries at the same time. As for the charging time, it's never taken over 12 hours to fully charge. Overall, I'm pleased.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Bought this for my 8 year old granddaughter. She and her friends have put it to the test and it survived. Thank you for a great productPublished 9 days ago by Frank Aguilar
Our family loves this toy for the pool. The product age recommendation is 8+ but our 4 year old is a pro!Published 21 days ago by Jessica
Have two of these and they are a blast. Batteries are good for about two hours at 8 year old play pace.Published 25 days ago by Patella
Ordered two of these for the grandkids. Order arrived ahead of estimated delivery date and in excellent condition. We had one of these before and knew what to expect. Read morePublished 25 days ago by Duane K. Pulliam
This is a scam, you will have to get a battery each year, because the battery does not charge, this will cost you $80.00 to buy another battery.Published 28 days ago by valcor
Love it, the kids love it!! It pulls me around with ease and the battery life was very good as wellPublished 1 month ago by Scott B.