The project Scorkl reached its funding goal on Kickstarter within just four hours and is set for delivery on this October. It is a compact, lightweight breathing device for quick shallow dives, that can be topped up using a hand pump, and lets the user swim underwater for up to 10 minutes. It’s not replacement for a full-on scuba breathing devices, it is for those where a snorkel doesn’t give you enough time to work. Owners are able to refill directly from a scuba tank, or use a high-pressure hand pump.
The team behind Scorkl recommends non-scuba trained users stay shallower than 3 meters when using the apparatus, but scuba-trained divers can use at their discretion above 10 meters. A displayed pressure gauge tells how much air is remaining in the tank. Take a look at the promo video below.
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