Sea-Doo GTI Sea Scooter Review

Sea Doo GTI Sea Scooter

Over the years, we have seen some big changes in the technology and electronics market and it has impacted a number of industries. For example, the scuba diving and snorkelling industry has seen a number of gadgets and watches that can be used by divers in order to become more efficient. However, there is a new product that seems to be making waves in the waters – the Sea-Doo GTI Sea Scooter.

 

In essence, this is a dive ‘propulsion’ vehicle for all those who spend time in the water. At peak performance, the device moves along at around 2.5 miles per hour and can go up to 100 feet deep. Of course, there is sufficient protection in place so that the internal electronics are kept hidden from the water which makes it an extremely useful device.

 

As you can see, this is a clever development and people who have bought the item seem to be loving the idea. Since going on sale, many divers have noted how it makes diving easier than ever before and also adds a new dimension to under-water sports. With a device like this, it all falls apart if the battery life isn’t that good but Sea-Doo has done a great job with the GTI Sea Scooter. On a full charge, the scooter will last for around two hours and even makes the most of adjustable buoyancy control. In terms of the charge itself, it is advised that the device is charged overnight for the very first time. Thereafter, it will take around 4-5 hours to receive the two hours of battery life.

Lady using the Sea Doo GTI Scooter

On the whole, divers who have tried the product seem to be enjoying it. However, there are many that have noted that it shouldn’t be used by those who are looking for a professional device. For example, if your job would rely on something like this, you might want to investigate the market a little further. Whilst it propels nicely, the overall consensus seems to be that it is best for those who are just enjoying their time at the beach and are enjoying a good scuba diving session rather than professionals who rely on equipment.

 

In terms of the price, it falls somewhat in the middle of the market at around $400. Although there are many cheaper options, there are also some that are more expensive and don’t have the positive reviews that can be found with this item. If you’re looking for something to improve your scuba diving or snorkelling, this could be a fantastic choice. If you’re looking for something a little more professional, it might be worth comparing with other products in the market.

 

Overall, the Sea-Doo GTI Sea Scooter has a solid design and will move you along the water nicely. If you’re looking for your first foray into this type of product, this would make for a good first sea scooter. If however, you are looking for a water scooter that is both safe and easy to use for your kids, then I suggest taking a look at the popular Sea Doo Dolphin Sea Scooter.