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    Going Deep, From shore. Nemo

    This is a new portable single electric dive system that weighs 10 pounds. Depending on your breathing rate you can stay down in ten feet maximum for a hour plus. The complete system comes with two batteries, It's nice when you want to get out a little further. Nemo by the blu3 group is very reasonable priced. The system also fits in a mesh back pack that comes with it. The size is 11"X 7.5"X 8" small and compact. The Nemo [ATTACH=Click image for larger version. 

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    Lake or ocean?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Terry Soloman View Post
    Lake or ocean?
    Has been around for a while. They are just now making batteries that can handle a small air pump for about 60 minutes. Fresh or salt water Terry. You can rig up a hookah pretty cheap with an air compressor.
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    There is another one like it, I think it’s the one Casper is talking about the “Air Buddy”. This one allows you to go down to 45’. Both are really cool. I tried looking to see prices but It looks like neither is available to purchase yet.

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    ...sorry that’s 40’ feet.

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    I would love to hear from people who have used this.
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    Quote Originally Posted by howie#1 View Post
    This is a new portable single electric dive system that weighs 10 pounds. Depending on your breathing rate you can stay down in ten feet maximum for a hour plus. The complete system comes with two batteries, It's nice when you want to get out a little further ofw pinoy channel share with you new stuff which you watch online. Nemo by the blu3 group is very reasonable priced. The system also fits in a mesh back pack that comes with it. The size is 11"X 7.5"X 8" small and compact. The Nemo [ATTACH=Click image for larger version. 

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ID:	1777225]1777222[/ATTACH]unit beats trying to put a bigger unit in your car or full size dive tanks.
    here is another one like it, I think it’s the one Casper is talking about the “Air Buddy”.

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    Like the concept, but an hour MDing w the air buddy would last about 10 minutes, perceptually. [ Times really flies while MDing.] Prices range from about $800 - 1150, depending on extras like another battery and delivery starts in Jan 2020. Very interesting...
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    I purchased a Blu3. A kikckstarter project that started a year ago. Just received the product last month. I paid 500.00 a a early bird investor, not sure what they are selling for now. I received two batteries with it that are claimed to last 30-40 minutes. I set one up on a solar charger and it charged in 60 minutes. My plan is to use it to do sailboat maintenance (hull cleaning) and sniping for gold in rivers. The depth is only ten feet. But much lighter than a gas powered set up, or 12v battery, those have been around for a while. I plan on hiking into some remoter areas with it at low water in the fall. It's too bad I did not get a chance to use it yet. The smaller battery lasts longer due to the compressor only turning on when you require air (breath in). The regulator has a sensor in it to tell the compressor to turn on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Actionman View Post
    I purchased a Blu3. A kikckstarter project that started a year ago. Just received the product last month. I paid 500.00 a a early bird investor, not sure what they are selling for now. I received two batteries with it that are claimed to last 30-40 minutes. I set one up on a solar charger and it charged in 60 minutes. My plan is to use it to do sailboat maintenance (hull cleaning) and sniping for gold in rivers. The depth is only ten feet. But much lighter than a gas powered set up, or 12v battery, those have been around for a while. I plan on hiking into some remoter areas with it at low water in the fall. It's too bad I did not get a chance to use it yet. The smaller battery lasts longer due to the compressor only turning on when you require air (breath in). The regulator has a sensor in it to tell the compressor to turn on.
    Have you had a chance to use the Blu3 yet, Actionman?

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    I have not had a chance to use it yet, hopefully soon! I brought it with me on my last sail on Memorial day weekend, but did not use it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Actionman View Post
    I have not had a chance to use it yet, hopefully soon! I brought it with me on my last sail on Memorial day weekend, but did not use it.
    I bought the Blu3 Nemo yesterday and it's due to arrive on Friday. I plan to use it off the beaches in various countries around the world, since I live outside the U.S. I think this will be a fun and practical tool in order to get the gold that most detectorists can't get to (in 5-10 feet of water).

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    Not to be the bummer... but to sorta drop some reality here... and beings I have 45 years + of underwater experience... The latter of those being a compressor diver.

    When I hear talk about depths of anything over 10 foot on a battery powered system etc... I want to throw a bone out here...

    And... I don't care if anyone thinks this bone tastes good or not.

    I fell like if I don't say something... someone reading this now OR later may get in deeper than they realize and could cost them way more than the price of a comp.

    Realize...

    Water is alive... and it will take you the first chance it gets if you let it.... or get slack... for sometimes things are out of your control and "$%^# happens".

    In other words... Be prepared... Safety and an understanding of what can and probably will at some point happen...

    A little per planning and some basic's can save your life... IN 10 foot of water ... let alone anything deeper.

    Don't under estimate the power of water... The minute you do... you will find it almost always wins if you are not ready at a moments notice.

    So... with all this...

    Be safe and prepared.
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