Snorkeling, SCUBA diving, and submarining are all well-known ways of exploring the world beneath the water’s surface. Each of them offers a wealth of experiences, sensory stimulation, and memories that will last a lifetime. Snorkeling is simple for people to pick up and try, but it often leaves you wishing for more… wishing you could stay underwater for extended periods at a time and to breathe underwater. SCUBA diving gives you the benefit of breathing underwater, but it can be a real hassle to deal with all of the bulky gear and refilling tanks each time. Submarines are super cool, but not very practical to pick up as a new hobby. Introducing: tankless diving.
Tankless diving, also known as surface supplied air or hookah diving, has been around for many years but it still is not very well-known. Nemo by BLU3 is an innovative new tankless dive system that is here to change that. Diving and breathing underwater has never been this simple and fun. Nemo is like snorkeling, but better.
Nemo is a compact dive system that enables you to take your underwater experiences deeper using a tankless, battery-operated system that can support you from 60 to 90 minutes or more. With Nemo, you are not restricted to superficial dives. You can go diving up to 10 feet below the surface without constantly clearing water out of your snorkel. Also known as a hookah dive system, Nemo’s tankless dive system has everything you need to breathe comfortably and naturally underwater. You do not need to hold your breath or return to the surface for air. You can simply enjoy your dive and explore for as long as 90 minutes at a time, until it’s time to swap batteries and get back out there.
If you are a fan of SCUBA diving, you might be curious about how Nemo compares. The self-contained underwater breathing apparatus lets you dive deeper. It requires a fair amount of additional bulky gear, including:
- A buoyancy compensator
- A pressurized gas tank
- A SCUBA regulator
- Pressure gauge
With Nemo’s tankless dive system, you don’t need extra bulky equipment. Everything you need to get started is compact, lightweight, and fits easily into the Nemo Backpack, which has room to spare for flippers and your phone, and other essentials. Even better, you will never have to refill SCUBA tanks thanks to Nemo’s tankless design, so you can dive all day without any hassle. Simply change out the battery when you run out of power and keep going.
When it comes to diving, Nemo combines the best of all worlds, allowing you to swim at or well below the surface to explore sea life, reefs, and more up close and personal.
Regardless of whether you want to snorkel, SCUBA dive, or use the Nemo system, a little bit of training can go a long way. Check out our free Nemo Online Dive Training Course before your first dive with Nemo so that you can have the most enjoyable experience possible.