•    One Person dive unit” called BOND (Breazing Observation Nautical Device)

•    The BOND accommodates one 18-liter dive tank. 
•    The engine is a special 29 volt underwater motor customized for the BOND.

      The Battery is integrated in the body and does not need to be dismantled for    

      charging. A world novelty! 
•    The BOND is fast and extremely maneuverable do to the 180 degree turning

      engine bowl. It can also drive backwards. 
•    The Body is made of strong Vinylester GRP in molds with two-component  

      Geelcoat finish on the outside. 
•    It has a 300 degree Plexiglas viewing dome. 
•    All parts are salt water resistant and designed for long-term rental business.
•    Approved for water depths of up to 10 m / 33 feet.



•    Powerful electric propulsion motor

•    Ergonomic steering wheel
•    300 degree viewing from the observation bubble
•    Down viewing possibility
•    Lift up helmet for easy passenger access
•    Large buoyancy tank
•    Buttons for buoyancy adjustment at the body, and below the steering wheel
•    Large foot rests
•    Wider body to accommodate oversized passengers
•    Height adjustable seat
•    Steering console with instruments (compass, dive computer and finimeter)
•    Safety Octopus installed in the bubble
•    Large propeller for powerful propulsion
•    1-hour minimum operating time
•    Strong lifting devices
•    Streamlined body with no sharp corners
•    Easy to clean equipment
•    Easy to maintain do to standard dive equipment
•    Fast air tank exchange and filling
•    Very stable because of deposition of weight and large air bubble
•    Tough holder for cameras and measuring instruments on the steering console
•    Can be operated from a normal dive boat





•    Length:         2345 mm          92.32“

•    Height:         1762 mm          69.37“

•    Width:          889  mm           35.00“

•    Weight:         145 kg              320 pounds    


Prupolsion:         electric motor 29 V


max. Pers.:         1
















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