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Stay Underwater Without Tanks - Freedive



There’s a gap in equipment between SCUBA diving and snorkelling. Freedive bridges that gap. With Freedive people can dive to six meters and stay there for over an hour without surfacing. No need for cumbersome SCUBA gear, special training, or to be tethered to a boat. A person using Freedive just carries one bucket-sized unit into the water; uncoils and attaches the hose to the full-face mask, puts on the mask, turns on the compressor and jumps in. The compressor unit floats on the surface, following the diver whilst simultaneously identifying to people on the surface of the diver’s location.


Freedive - Stay Underwater Without Tanks from Edric Verbeek-Martin on Vimeo.

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Stay Underwater Without Tanks - Freedive



There’s a gap in equipment between SCUBA diving and snorkelling. Freedive bridges that gap. With Freedive people can dive to six meters and stay there for over an hour without surfacing. No need for cumbersome SCUBA gear, special training, or to be tethered to a boat. A person using Freedive just carries one bucket-sized unit into the water; uncoils and attaches the hose to the full-face mask, puts on the mask, turns on the compressor and jumps in. The compressor unit floats on the surface, following the diver whilst simultaneously identifying to people on the surface of the diver’s location.


Freedive - Stay Underwater Without Tanks from Edric Verbeek-Martin on Vimeo.