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About Tusa Scooter DPV (Diver Propulsion Vehicle)

Free your hands with the TUSA SAV-7 EVO Scooter.
The SAV-7 EVO is TUSA's latest underwater vehicle. Improving upon the highly popular SAV-7, the EVO has several upgrades that makes it THE scooter to dive.

Progressive acceleration system:
The EVO's newly design rotational speed adjustment function allows for precise changes to your speed while in motion. This easily activated speed adjustment results in smooth effortless riding and allow for easy synchronization of speed between divers in a variety of geographical areas and varied current conditions.

L.E.D. Battery Indicator:
When the main power switch is turned on, the L.E.D. battery life indicator lights up providing the diver with a guide to remaining battery life.

3 Speed Propeller:
Additionally, it's possible to easily vary the propeller's angle or pitch by 3 positions, which allows for even more fine-tuning of the scooter's speed to the individual diver's needs.

Saddle Wings:
By using the wings it's now possible to pull 2 more divers with the EVO scooter. The diver's different physiques when holding onto the wings have virtually no effect to the scooter's performance. The speed and distance with 3 men diving are almost the same as using the scooter solo without a saddle.

Tusa Scooter DPV (Diver Propulsion Vehicle) Features

  • LED battery life indicator
  • Progressive acceleration system
  • 3 speed variable pitch propeller
  • Saddle equipped for hands-free operation
  • Neutrally buoyant
  • Depth rated to 230ft/70m
  • Includes lead acid battery and charger

Tusa Scooter DPV (Diver Propulsion Vehicle) Specifications

Weight [with packaging]
58.15 lb
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scott g  How long will the battery last when in constant use? and why would i choose this one at 2.6mph over your older versions of 3 mph? I am trying to decide which one to purchase. I will be towing an 80 lb bag in the water.
DONALD F  The batteries will last ~45 mins. Constant use. Maybe a tad less at full speed. Which gets me to the speed part of your question. You don't want to cruise at full speed, believe it or not it's faster than you want to travel. I love my scooter and use it constantly. As for towing. Don't know, however I am over 250lbs. 6'2" and wear a drysuit and this thing hauls me around really well.
Kent-Roger W  Hi, In Norway we have 50Hz - 220 voltage on power supply, can i use charger/battery in Norway/Europe?
Marilyn S  Yes, this charger can be used under these conditions. Input 100-240V~1.0A (max), 50/60Hz, DC output +24V a.5A, Max Power 36.0W. Sweet scooter!
Shopper  Hello. What battery is it coming with? NI-MH or the lead-Acid? Or can we choose or change? Want the NI-MH please.
Monica s  It comes with Lead Acid, you do not have an option to change.
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