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It's the same as the Oceanic Mako. So search for that. There's a couple of threads I recently read where the Mako was discussed. I think Oceanic makes them for Aeris - or they both buy them from an OEM.
I've seen one but never dove with it, I'd judge it to be similar in quality to the Apollo AV-1 - which I have used several times. One thing I liked was that it has an LED power level display - not a meter, but at least you get an idea.
It's not a Gavin or X-Scooter - but not priced like one - and not a SeaDoo toy either. If I was considering a scooter in the $2K or less range now, I'd wait for the Apollo AV-2 - due next month. Supposed to have 100mins runtime. My impression is that the technology of the older Mako's and Apollo's hasn't been updated in a while, every one I see looks identical to one I used some years ago.