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The Lefeet S1 is an innovative sea scooter that marks itself out by its portability and versatility. It has since been succeeded by a Pro version, but this one remains a fun and affordable model if you can get it at a good price.

The Lefeet performs well as a propulsion system both for freediving and scuba diving, being both easy to carry and operate.

As a successfully crowdfunded project, the Lefeet S1 joined bigger companies like Yamaha and ScubaJet. But unlike those two, for example, the lightweight S1 has modular capabilities that make it very customizable. For example, two units can join together to double the power; you can attach a unit to a scuba tank or two side-mounted tanks or to each leg. Attach an action cam too.

Having a remote control gives you the freedom to attach the Lefeet scooter to virtually anything–though it loses its connection very easily when further than 3 feet away.

Our Overall Review

4.2

Reasons to buy:

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    It’s compact and lightweight making it so portable
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    It’s carry-on friendly for flying
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    One-handed operation
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    Very customizable
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    Pretty fast, especially when connected to another unit
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    Fast charging

Reasons NOT to buy:

  • check-markThe remote control needs to be very close to the unit

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Lefeet S1

Specs & Features

  • 3 speed modes
  • Battery capacity 4400mAh
  • Max depth of 130 feet/40 m
  • Weight: 5 lbs/2.3kg
  • Max running time: 30-60 minutes
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Our Overall Review

4.2

Reasons to buy:

  • check-mark
    It’s compact and lightweight making it so portable
  • check-mark
    It’s carry-on friendly for flying
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    One-handed operation
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    Very customizable
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    Pretty fast, especially when connected to another unit
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    Fast charging

Reasons NOT to buy:

  • check-markThe remote control needs to be very close to the unit

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