• Troubleshooting

    Battery-related problems Problem Possible cause Solution My modular battery is depleted very quickly. You might have combined segments with different charging levels in one battery. Now, at least one battery segment might be locked. Make sure, all battery segments have been inserted correctly into the battery hull.Fully discharge and re-charge…

  • Battery handling

    Below, only some elements related to the safety and use of the Seacraft batteries are presented:  Battery segment specifications Segment features 1 – Sealed segment body with notes and usage information 2 – Segment connection to plug into the battery housing 3 – Segment handle for pushing in/pulling out the…

  • Usage instructions

    Preparation for use The scooter is composed of two main elements (→ Components): Opening the scooter The GO! was developed in a way, that it only has to be opened to change the trim or to remove / install battery segments. During normal operation, it may stay shut. If you…

  • Scooter components

    Basic scooter components 1 – Cap nut The cap nut fixes the housing lid [5] to the center rod [8], thus making the scooter watertight, if properly tightened. The cap nut is sealed by 2 o-rings [2 / 3]. 2 / 3 – Cap nut o-rings These o-rings seal the…

  • Specifications

    Technical data Working time at optimal speed >220 min (45 m/min)* Maximum distance >10 km* Dimensions in milimeters 280 mm (w) x 520 mm (l) x 330 mm (h) Housing diameter 160 mm Weight with battery and fresh water ballast 9,7 kg Battery (Li-ion) capacity  582 Wh in 6 segments…

  • General safety rules

    For the safe and proper use of the Seacraft scooter every user is obliged to familiarize himself/herself with the warnings, labels and pictograms placed on the device. The following is placed on the scooter: Read the instruction before the use!Information on use in the manual! Use of the item is…

  • Introduction

    By purchasing the Seacraft underwater scooter (“Scooter”) you have chosen one of the best products available on the market today. The Seacraft scooter (DPV – Diver Propulsion Vehicle) is an additional element of diving equipment used for faster movement and increased range diving. The Seacraft scooter is designed for use…

  • Disclaimer

    Information on copyright and liability