Two new underwater scooters are coming soon to the market, one of them from a company called Maddog.
The company announced on Thursday that it had won a $2.2 million prize for its scooter design, which was unveiled at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas last month.
Maddog’s underwater scoot will be available in two different configurations: the scooter that floats above the water and the scooters that are powered by batteries and can be moved underwater.
The scooters have a built-in battery that can provide a full charge for three hours, a capability that makes them ideal for underwater surfing, kayaking and other recreational activities.
“We have always loved the idea of creating a product that would take the hassle out of building a scooter,” Maddog founder and CEO Paul Schuster told Business Insider in a statement.
“But with a new wave of underwater technology, this is a perfect fit for a new generation of people who love to explore and explore the world underwater.”
The underwater scoobers are meant to be fun, but the device is also an important step toward creating a new type of underwater vehicle that can be used for everyday transportation.
The idea behind the scoobs is that you can control the speed and direction of the scroller via Bluetooth, and you can also control the movement of the body by using a joystick or the touchscreen.
The underwater bike-like scooters will be a limited edition product, but Schuster says that the company plans to make them available to consumers.
Schuster and his team plan to develop an app to allow the scoops to be used underwater.
One of the most important things to remember when building a new underwater vehicle is that it needs to be waterproof.
The batteries are meant for the water, and the body has to be made of lightweight materials, like plastic or carbon fiber.
To that end, the Maddog underwater scoops will only be able to handle about 1.5 gallons of water.
“I can’t say enough good things about this scooter’s design and we look forward to introducing it to the world,” Schuster said in a press release.
“The world’s first underwater scotch scooter will be the most fun we have ever had.”