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SAV-7 EVO3

Model Number: SAV-7EVO3

For underwater explorers, the most reliable diver propulsion vehicle just got better with the next generation TUSA SAV-7 EVO3. This new underwater vehicle features an innovative and patented Hands-Free Riding Saddle, quick and smooth-responding Variable Speed Control, and a high performance and long-lasting Lithium-Ion Battery with an L.E.D Battery Life Indicator.

The SAV-7EVO3 has been updated with an improved energy compliant small battery charger. All other specifications remain the same.

€ 3650.00

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For underwater explorers, the most reliable diver propulsion vehicle just got better with the next generation TUSA SAV-7 EVO3. This new underwater vehicle features an innovative and patented Hands-Free Riding Saddle, quick and smooth-responding Variable Speed Control, and a high performance and long-lasting Lithium-Ion Battery with an L.E.D Battery Life Indicator.

The SAV-7EVO3 has been updated with an improved energy compliant small battery charger. All other specifications remain the same.


With the newly designed rotational speed adjustment function and hands-free riding style, the TUSA SAV-7 EVO3 decreases fatigue, reduces air consumption, and allows a diver to go further and faster in a variety of conditions while extending their time in underwater.

The upgraded Variable Speed Control is at your fingertips for a greater diving experience while giving you complete control of speed. Transportation options like the fold-out wings on both sides of the saddle allows additional divers to tag along.


FEATURES

> Speed: 0 - 2.8 mph / 4.5 km

> Depth Rating: 230 feet / 70 m

> Dim. (L x W): 28.4" x 13.4" / 720mm x 340mm

> Surface Weight w/ Battery: 45 lbs / 20.4 kg

> Submerged Weight w/ Battery: 1.1 lbs / 0.5 kg

> Range in Open Water: 5.9 miles / 9,400m

> Battery Type: Lithium-Ion

> Speed Adjuster: Rotational Speed Control with Variable Pitch-Type Propeller (3-Step)

> Safety Device: Sensation Current Shut-Down Device, Water Leakage Sensor, and Water-CoolingMotor Deployment

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