What is BLU3?
BLU3 is an innovative company committed to developing the world’s most user-friendly line of dive systems to ever float on the ocean’s surface. Our battery-powered surface-supplied air (SSA) dive systems with patent-pending technology are revolutionizing the way people enter the water and experience the underwater world.
How do you pronounce BLU3?
“Blue” like the color. The number ‘3’ symbolizes our 3 main products (Nemo, Nomad, Neptune) and is homage to our sister company, Brownie’s Third Lung.
Where are you located?
BLU3 HQ is located in the Brownies Marine Group building in Pompano Beach, Florida.
Who is BLU3?
BLU3 is a team of inspired inventors, engineers, and ocean enthusiasts. Check out the BLU3 Crew.
Are BLU3 products safe?
Our customers’ wellbeing is our highest priority. We have about 40 years of experience in the SSA (or “hookah diving”) industry. What most people don’t realize is this method of diving has been around for decades, with very few incidents. Businesses such as Brownie’s Third Lung and SNUBA have been successful in providing incredible underwater experiences while keeping people safe, and we will too. Here’s how.
How can I get involved?
You can help us out by following us on social media and sharing with your friends!
If you want to take it a step further, apply to be a brand ambassador so you can share BLU3 and make some money too. Learn more: Brand Ambassador
Can I be a dealer/distributor?
We are actively setting up dealers and distributors globally. Please apply here: Dealer/Distributor Application
Can I invest in BLU3?
BLU3 is a wholly owned subsidiary of a public company, Brownies Marine Group (stock symbol: BWMG). Learn about investing
What is Nemo?
Nemo has been designed to bridge the gap between snorkeling and SCUBA diving. It is a compact dive system that supports 1 diver to 10 feet with a rechargeable battery pack that lasts over an hour. Learn more
How does Nemo work?
Inside of Nemo is a custom battery-powered air compressor. The compressor pumps air to the diver through the 10-foot hose and out through our patent-pending Smart Reg™. Our Smart Reg saves battery life by monitoring breathing patterns to let the compressor know exactly when it needs to send air. This means Nemo doesn’t just push air to you, but rather breathes with you.
How deep can I dive with Nemo?
Nemo can be used to a maximum depth of 10 feet. The hose length is 10 feet.
How can I learn to dive with Nemo?
The Nemo Online Dive Training Course, hosted on Teachable, is available free of charge to anyone at any time at diveblu3.teachable.com.
What are the age limits for using Nemo?
Users must be 8 years of age or older to NEMO dive, but are restricted to diving in a swimming pool only, in water shallow enough so that they can stand with their head above the surface of the water. Users must be 10 years of age or older to dive outside of the pool. Users under the age of 18 must have parental or guardian supervision at all times.
How do I know if I am medically, mentally, and physically fit to dive with Nemo?
Please use the Nemo Fitness to Dive Evaluation to determine whether you should be examined by a physician prior to Nemo diving. https://www.diveblu3.com/fitness-to-dive-evaluation/
When will Nemo be available?
Nemo is already available! Shop now
How much does Nemo cost?
The base MSRP of Nemo is $799 without a backpack. Nemo with a travel backpack starts at $879.
Can fly with Nemo?
Yes Nemo backpack is airline friendly. Nemo batteries can go in carry-on only. Nemo battery air travel certificates.
Do you ship around the world?
How much does the shipping cost?
You can view your shipping price by using the shipping calculator on the cart once you have added items to your cart. Shop now
How do I set Nemo up for diving?
You can watch this video to learn how to properly prepare Nemo for a dive.
How does the user know when the Nemo battery life is depleted?
Nemo gradually declines in air flow performance in the final minutes of battery life to gently alert the user that the battery is going to be fully depleted soon. The decline in performance is a signal that it is time to conclude the dive.
How do you recharge the Nemo battery?
The Nemo Battery can easily be swapped out and recharged between dives. A full charge takes 3 hours. Each battery comes with a charger.
Can you recharge the Nemo battery on a boat or in a car?
Yes Nemo battery draws about 40 W an invert will allow to recharge Nemo batteries.
What voltage does the Nemo battery charger use?
The charger accepts 100-240 VAC and 50/60 Hz, so it will work worldwide.
Can I swap out the Nemo battery to dive longer?
Absolutely. Swapping out the Nemo battery takes less than one minute and each battery typically supplies an hour or more of dive time.
Does Nemo have to be in the water when using it?
Yes. Nemo is water cooled and if it is run out of water for an extended period of time then it will overheat.
Does Nemo tow easily in the water?
Yes, Nemo is very small and has very little drag so it tows very easily. The Dive Harness distributes weight throughout the users body so that the User can hardly feel Nemo.
How long is the warranty period for Nemo?
The Nemo Limited Warranty is 1 year. Warranty information is available at https://diveblu3.com/warranty
When will Nomad be released?
Nomad is still in development and delivery dates are not ready to be published. We are working hard to start delivering Nomad in late summer 2021.
How deep can I dive Nomad?
Nomad’s maximum depth is yet to be finalized, but it is expected to be in the 20-30 foot range.
Should I wait for Nomad or dive in with Nemo?
Nomad will be great, but Nemo is already available and has amazing features. Nemo is The World’s Smallest Dive System. Traveling with Nemo is a breeze, and you can even bring it in carry-on luggage on an airplane. Try Nemo now while you wait for Nomad or Neptune, you won’t regret it!
When will Neptune be released?
Neptune is still in development and delivery dates are not ready to be published. We are working hard to start delivering Neptune in 2022.
How deep can I dive Neptune?
Neptune’s maximum depth is yet to be finalized, but it is expected to be around the 30 foot range with multiple divers.
Should I wait for Neptune or dive in with Nemo?
Neptune will be great, but Nemo is already available and has amazing features. Nemo is The World’s Smallest Dive System. Traveling with Nemo is a breeze, and you can even bring it in carry-on luggage on an airplane. Try Nemo now while you wait for Nomad or Neptune, you won’t regret it!