Subnado, the world's smallest underwater scooter, is now here

The Waydoo Subnado is now the world's smallest, lightest, portable underwater scooter and is due to launch on Kickstarter soon.

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Published Tue, Mar 29 2022 12:32 AM CDT   |   Updated Fri, Apr 22 2022 12:31 PM CDT

Waydoo is launching its new, portable underwater scooter through a Kickstarter campaign.

Named the Subnado, it is the world's smallest and lightest portable underwater scooter, weighing only 1.4 kilograms (~3.1 pounds) and is 38 centimeters (~15 inches) in length. The cylindrical aluminum body is six centimeters (~2.3 inches) in diameter, extending to seven centimeters (~2.8 inches) wide at the propeller guard.

Its profile allows it easily fit within a backpack and comes equipped with a 98Wh lithium-ion battery that will enable it to run for up to 56 minutes on a single charge. Compared to another underwater scooter, the Sublue Tini, the Subnado is 1 kilogram (2.2 pounds) lighter and can run continuously for 11 more minutes. With its 100W PD fast charger, the Subnado takes 1.2 hours to charge.

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The Waydoo Subnado achieves a maximum thrust of 6.5 kilograms (14.3 pounds), making it capable of propelling a diver weighing 65 kilograms (143.3 pounds) at 1.4 meters per second (5 kilometers per hour, or 3.1 miles per hour). For even more speed, divers can attach a Subnado to each hand to reach speeds of up to 2 meters per second.

Check out the product page to receive updates on the launch and more, here.

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