The 'AirBuddy' Tankless Dive System Provides 45-Minutes of Air

By: Michael Hemsworth - May 9, 2016
References: kickstarter & geeky-gadgets
Scuba diving is a popular pastime for many people around the world, so the 'AirBuddy' tankless dive system is a way for them to enjoy it with more freedom. Traditional scuba equipment requires divers to carry a tank of oxygen on their back that can be somewhat restrictive. The new 'AirBuddy' -- which is currently available for preorder on Kickstarter -- does away with this by allow divers to utilize a tankless system that floats on the water's surface.

When used, the 'AirBuddy' tankless dive system will allow users to have up to 45-minutes of air, while the system will let them go down about 12-meters (40-feet). This offers revolutionary capabilities and can also do away with the need to constantly worry about oxygen tanks.