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im selling a dolphin underwate scooter like new, 150w 3mp with run time of 1.5 hrs. its never been in the ocena i have only used it in the pool to test it out. selling cuz my wife is about to quit working to go to school so im getting rid of all unnecessary toys
forgot to include price sorry, $150 shipped to continental usa, includes-
spare gears (in case you decide to play with it out of the water and tear them up)
heavy duty carry/storage bag
some specs i probably should have included originally
-rated depth is 82 feet
-run time is 90 minutes (this model has the upgraded battery) i got at least that much
out of it when playing in the pool with it, for a good part of it there were two of us hanging on it
-3mphr speed rating
-positive boyant, but you can add weight to the nose to make it neutral or negative
-15 pounds on land with battery installed
more fun to use than i had anticipated, unfortunate that i have to get rid of it before i have had a chance to dive with it