Tuesday, July 23, 2024

Brownie’s Third Lung Debuts New Battery Powered Tankless Diving Systems

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Brownie’s Third Lung has been one of the leading surface supplied air (SSA) manufacturers in the industry, with the previous products being gas-powered.

Today they are changing the game with the introduction of all-new systems powered by a lithium ion battery. They have also introduced their new multiple diver tankless system called the Sea Lion.

The Sea Lion is a four-diver-maximum system that can run for up to three hours at 35 feet/10.7 meters on a single battery charge. It is the only multiple diver system on the market, and is made for both certified divers and those who have been properly trained.

The system includes:

1 24V lithium ion battery w/ custom terminals

1 Battery charger – 110V /220V compatible

1 2.5 Gallon/9.5 liter Accumulator tank

1 40ft/12m common down line with QRS fittings

3 20ft/6m individual diver hoses with QRS fittings

3 Brownie’s hookah regulators

3 Brownie’s patented Drop Weight Cummerbelts™

1 Intake staff w/dry top

1 Dive flag

1 Float tube

1 QRS Y-Divider

1 Deluxe mesh duffel gear bag

1 Owner’s Manual

The Sea Lion retails for US$5,995/~€6,068.

The existing SSA systems by Brownie’s — the Nemo and the Nomad — have also been converted from gas powered to lithium-ion batteries. The Nemo has a maximum depth of 10 feet/3 meters, a 60-90 minute run time, and retails for US$1,299/~€1,315. The Nomad has a maximum depth of 30 feet/9 meters, a 45-60 minute run time and retails for US$1,999/~€2,023.

Brownie’s also offers online education and training to give the non-certified diver a basic understanding of physics and physiology so they can safely use the SSA systems. For more information, visit browniedive.com.

Brownie’s Third Lung Debuts New Battery Powered Tankless Diving Systems
Brownie’s Third Lung Debuts New Battery Powered Tankless Diving Systems
Brownie’s Third Lung Debuts New Battery Powered Tankless Diving Systems
Brownie’s Third Lung Debuts New Battery Powered Tankless Diving Systems
Sarah Barrett
Sarah Barrett
Sarah has always had both a love and curiosity of the ocean. After learning how to dive in 2012, she quickly made the decision to pursue a career in diving. Sarah now works as a Scuba Diving Instructor and spends most of her free time in the water shooting underwater video.

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