Aqua Ranger Sea Scooter Review
It is an entry level sea scooter, ideal for snorkelling or shallow scuba diving, and it is easy to use for most people, young and old. It is battery powered. The battery’s charge will last around 1.5 hours of constant use, which does make sense, when you consider that it’s designed to literally pull you through the water. So, you’ll want to pay attention to how long you’ve been in the water.
Here is a video to show you the Aqua Ranger in action. This particular person has chosen to test it out in their pool, which isn’t a bad idea if you’ve never used one before.
This device is a beginner’s water scooter. At only 11.5 pounds, it is easy to transport with one hand.
The safety grille, automatic shut off, and dual trigger operation, are 3 great reasons why it is gaining popularity on websites like Amazon, where the majority of customers were very satisfied with this PWC.
A 170 lbs. person can navigate under water to depths of 30 feet, and explore the wonderful world of the deep. This scooter runs up to 1.5 hours per charge, and comes with a 6-month warranty. The small charger that comes with it, takes about 24 hours to recharge a fully discharged battery.
If you can’t get to the beach as much as you would like, but you have a fairly large pool, or know someone who does, this will be the #1 water toy. All the kids and adults alike, will fight over it.
What a great way to introduce your family and friends to the sport of “diving”. This water scooter can even be enjoyed by young children, but only under the watchful eye of an experienced adult.
It can pull a 170 lb. adult through the water at a speed of a swimmer wearing flippers (about 2mph).
By the way, read the manual before you use it. There are tips in it, that will keep you happy with your new water scooter.
MORE INFO ON PERSONAL WATER CRAFTS
There are many different personal water crafts (PWC) or water scooters available on the market today. They will all add different types of water excitement to your beach experience.
Assuming that you love the beach, and you spend a significant amount of time at the beach having a blast, you have probably noticed some sort of water scooter zooming by.
If a few people are riding on one, moving along at a leisurely pace, they are just using the scooter for personal enjoyment. If you see a “lone ranger” speeding along, twisting and turning and skimming the tops of the waves, that device is probably more for tricks and competitions.
Today’s water scooters, with new jet propulsion technology, have new safety features and modern designs, that will make you the envy of everyone at the beach. They can provide the riders with very exciting times at the beach. The market is currently dominated by many Japanese manufacturers, and some of the more popular brands are Yamaha, Kawasaki, and Honda.