Surando Tech’s Compact Scooter: Revolutionizing Underwater Exploration with Portability and Versatility

Compact. Portable. Powerful. Adventurous. Versatile

Ah, the siren's call of the sea, that beguiling mystery of the deep, a watery playground offering untold discoveries, and thrilling escapades. Enter the Surando. Now, forget about cumbersome, intricate diving machines. They're no match for this small wonder from the Land of the Rising Sun.

This pocket-sized marvel, wrought by Surando Tech, is every water adventurer's dream. Elegant in simplicity, yet powerful in practice. Think of a petite submarine you can control. It has a four-blade propeller, protected by a safety guard – a rather thoughtful design consideration, I must say. With three gear controls on the steering handles, you decide your speed, up to 2 m/s.

What's more, it's versatile. The Surando doesn't play favorites. It beckons to the professional divers, the cave and wreck explorers. Yet, it also warmly invites the snorkelers and those with Olympic dreams simmering in their local swimming pools.

But the real kicker is the adaptability. Mount it on your kayak, paddleboard, or canoe and see where the currents take you. It's the helping hand you didn't know you needed when that tide turns against you. Now, the mounting process may need a bit more clarification.

Fueling your adventure is a 7,200-mAh battery. Charge it for a mere three hours, and you're set for 60 minutes of continuous exploration. In the golden age of multimedia, it only makes sense that you can outfit your Surando with accessories like a GoPro or lighting.

Now, for the jet-setters among you, here's the best part. The Surando's size is its winning stroke. It nestles snugly in the side pocket of a backpack, asking for a meager 3 kg of your luggage allowance. Take it with you wherever the winds may blow.

The Surando offers an attractive package for a price that's less than a weekend getaway. You can pledge for a basic kit, including a Surando and charging gear, for around US$390.

The ocean waits for no one, friends. So why linger? Add an exciting chapter to your waterborne narrative. Discover what's lurking beneath those azure waves, feel the thrill of skimming across a moonlit lake, and savor the freedom of a powerful current at your back. Because the Surando isn't just an underwater scooter – it's an invitation to an unforgettable aquatic adventure. So, will you RSVP?


  1. Compact and Portable: The Surando can be easily carried in the side pocket of a backpack and can also be taken as cabin luggage on an airline. This makes it extremely convenient for travel and easy transportation.
  2. Versatile: It caters to a wide range of water enthusiasts, from snorkelers and swimmers to professional divers. It also offers the flexibility of being mounted on a kayak, paddleboard, or canoe for easy cruising on the water.
  3. Easy to Operate: With thumb pressure control on the steering handles and three gears, the Surando offers easy handling and maneuverability underwater.
  4. Good Battery Life: After a full charge of about three hours, it provides around 60 minutes of continuous cruising time.
  5. Accessory Mounting Option: It offers the capability of mounting a GoPro and underwater lights for underwater photography and better visibility.
  6. Depth Capability: With a maximum depth capacity of 60 meters, the Surando is suitable for technical diving, cave diving, and wreck diving.


  1. Mounting Mechanism: It’s currently unclear how the Surando mounts onto a kayak, paddleboard, or canoe, which could potentially be an issue for some users.
  2. Limited Speed: The top speed of 2 m/s might not be fast enough for some users seeking a more thrilling experience.
  3. Battery Charging Time: Although it has a good cruising time, the charging time of three hours could be a bit long for those looking for quick usage.
  4. Weight: While compact, it still weighs 3 kg (6.5 lb), which could be a significant addition to a traveler’s baggage allowance.
  5. Price: With a starting price around US$390, the Surando may be considered expensive for some users, particularly beginners or casual water sports enthusiasts.

Starting $390

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