HydrobobWhy walk when you could fly.
Why carry lead when you could be weightless.
Why follow a path when you could explore.
Why have a tether when you could be free.
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Time for an underwater adventure.
Travel underwater on the award winning HydroBOB™.
HydroBOB enables you to cruise effortlessly underwater without the need to wear cumbersome dive equipment.
Simple submerge underwater, put your head into the air bubble and swing your leg over the seat. The standard scuba tank delivers continuous fresh air into the bubble for over one hour.
The HydroBOB's depth is controlled by inflating or deflating the HydroBOB's internal air balder. The same as scuba diving.
Always dive use the surface float to set the maximum dive depth and protect the reef.
Height: 140 cm / 55.12 inches
Width: 61 cm / 24 inches
Length: 90 cm / 35.4 inches
Weight: 60 kg / 132.27 lbs
BOB™ diving really is easier than riding a bike. BOB™ is self propelling, self balancing and self regulating.
The BOB™ is propelled forward by a 12 volt thruster unit that delivers a maximum speed of 2 knots. Perfect for cruising around the reefs to find Nemo without disturbing the tranquility of the deep.
Simply squeeze the trigger on the handlebars and your BOB™ is a go-go. To stop just release the trigger. Turn the handlebars and the BOB™ will turn with you.
The buoyancy of the large bubble at the top married with the heavy battery power source and lead weights at the base of the BOB™ provide a very stable platform that keeps the BOB™ upright and your head dr.
A buoy at the surface is attached to the BOB™ and your buoyancy set by the Dive Instructor.
Together this ensures that your BOB™ remains at a fixed depth throughout the adventure.
The constant flow regulator system of the BOB™ means that fresh air is continuously fed into the bubble. You don't have to worry about sucking on a regulator, just breathe as you normally would through your nose or mouth, the choice is yours.
For thousands of years man has shown an inborn need to explore, conquer, and experience the unknown.
Decades before the first weighted boot was stamped upon the moon, divers had been delving into fear defying depths below the ocean waves.
First there were diving bells with surface supplied air, then scuba, and now BOB™. It's the evolution of diving.
Back in the 16th century people began to use diving bells supplied with air from the surface. This was probably the first effective means of staying under water for any length of time. The bell was held stationary, its bottom open to water and its top portion containing air compressed by the water pressure. The diver standing upright would have his head in the air. He could stay until the air in the bell was no longer breathable due to carbon dioxide build-up.
The same principals from this age-old method have been used in the design of BOB™. The diver places their head and shoulders into the air filled acrylic dome. To overcome the problem of carbon dioxide build-up, air from a scuba tank constantly refills the dome with new compressed air. BOB™ takes the advantages of the old style helmet diving (no regulator or mask and 180 degree vision) but none of the disadvantages.
There have been many steps in the evolution of diving and many great inventions, but the major breakthrough came in the guise of SCUBA (Self-Contained-Underwater-Breathing-Apparatus). Using fin power the diver has freedom to move about and discover the underwater realms without interference of surface supplied air. Open circuit SCUBA is the mode most common in recreational diving, expelling the expired air into the water creating bubbles and avoiding carbon dioxide build-up.
The combination of the advantages of both the diving bell and scuba systems saw the birth of BOB™. BOB™ was born in 1991 when British inventor Andrew Sneath started tinkering with the idea.
HydroBOB video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q5ve22wgATM