Great Mods & Good Power

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The LEFEET S1 Pro is an update on the tech brand’s first modular underwater scooter. The Pro model has really scaled up everything in terms of power while keeping down the overall footprint of this upgraded and welcome addition to the market.

With the same modular design, you can attach two engines together for increased pull and power, set one on a scuba tank, attach to a paddle board or go full Ironman and strap them onto the side of your legs.

Check out the stats on the upgrade down below. Check them out if you’re looking to add fun to freediving, scuba diving, or to playing around from a yacht or shore.

Our Overall Review

We have thoroughly tested - and read reviews from other experts and users. In summary, this is what we think:

4.6

Reasons to buy:

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    It’s compact form makes it easy to transport
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    Battery size is allowed on airplanes (carry-on)
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    14% more thrust than the original
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    Pretty good starter package included
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    Around an hour run-time (depending on usage)
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    One-handed control is easy and
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    Hold it, wear it or attach it!
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    Quick change battery adds to it

Reasons NOT to buy:

  • check-markSome audio disturbance (not unlike all underwater scooters)

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LEFEET S1 Pro

Specs & Features

  • 3 speed modes
  • Battery capacity 4400mAh
  • Max depth of 130 feet/40 m
  • Weight: 5 lbs/2.3kg
  • Listed running time: 45-70 minutes
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No Longer a Kickstarter

Where the first S1 had modules, the extra guts of the Pro version really raise the bar and puts LEFEET’s newest water scooter both among the best underwater engines and one of the more affordable ones too.

For heavier divers, the first LEFEET scooter was pretty good. But it was better for people less than 150 lbs. However, it was done, increasing the thrust while shrinking the unit was an engineering feat. In the ocean, with scuba gear and just one S1 Pro engine in our hands, it proved easy to control and fun. It made swimming against the current much easier.

A Solid Mid-Market Winner

The natural comparison to ScubaJet’s scooter is interesting. There are areas where LEFEET doesn’t match ScubaJet’s performance, but there are some design issues that LEFEET compensates for. The price of the S1 Pro–substantially less than the ScubaJet–makes the upgraded model and the bundle of accessories a worthy product for many different activities and people.

The fact that it can be easily transported in a backpack also ups its stock. Where all underwater scooters lose–on audio disturbances–LEFEET’s motor also makes quite a bit of noise. But when attached to a scuba tank or mounted to the legs, the experience is just a bit quieter.

We’ve not yet tested the S1 Pro on a paddleboard, but we’ll update this review as soon as we get the chance. All in all, an impressive upgrade to a smart, affordable water scooter.

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Our Overall Review

We have thoroughly tested - and read reviews from other experts and users. In summary, this is what we think:

4.6

Reasons to buy:

  • check-mark
    It’s compact form makes it easy to transport
  • check-mark
    Battery size is allowed on airplanes (carry-on)
  • check-mark
    14% more thrust than the original
  • check-mark
    Pretty good starter package included
  • check-mark
    Around an hour run-time (depending on usage)
  • check-mark
    One-handed control is easy and
  • check-mark
    Hold it, wear it or attach it!
  • check-mark
    Quick change battery adds to it

Reasons NOT to buy:

  • check-markSome audio disturbance (not unlike all underwater scooters)

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