The Tusa Evo Sea Scooter ($2900) allows you to completely free your hands and soar through the water like you were flying. Getting started is real simple. When you’re in the water just grab the handle and slide the scooter between your legs. Turn on the main switch and pull on the throttle to get moving. The lead battery will get your about 80 minutes of dive time and will produce a maximum speed of 2.6 mph. Additional features include a new LED battery life indicator, 3 speed variable pitch propeller, and a depth rating of 230ft. Unite includes battery and charger.
Connor Wood Bicycles was founded by Chris Connor in 2012. He took his two loves of woodworking and cycling, combined them and created the Connor Woody Cruiser Bike ($3500). The Woody is made from hand-sculpted Ash and Walnut that is steam bent and reinforced with Kevlar. The wood is finished off with a marine grade ...[Read More]