Ever been spearfishing deep under the surface, stoned a big, honking tuna and had your forearms burn from pulling your catch back up to the surface? Well, Swiss Freediver Pascal Berger might have a solution to that.
The Pulling System, which attaches below your freediving or spearfishing buoy, sports a strong structure made up of polyamide charged with 20 percent fiberglass, an 8mm (.31-inch) anodized aluminum arm, two low-friction polyamide pulleys for ropes 8mm to 12mm (.47-inches) thick, and marine stainless-steel screws.
A single pulley costs €33/~US$38, and if fully funded will be available in red, blue and black.
For more info, check out the video below or go to the Octopus Pulling System Indiegogo page.
(BIG NOTE: Remember, this is a crowdfunding campaign so you are helping to fund development of a project, not a finished product. Please make sure you research the project before spending any money.)