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Brownie’s debuts ’world’s smallest dive system’

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BLU3 Inc., a subsidiary of Pompano Beach, Florida-based Brownie’s Marine Group, has launched Nemo, a diving system that the company says is “ultra-portable, air travel friendly, compact, affordable, and easy-to-use.” 

Nemo has a submersible battery pack weighing 1 1/4 pounds that powers the automatic air delivery system for an average dive of one hour. The company has stated that it’s ready to begin shipping pre-ordered units.

BLU3’s Nemo

“BLU3 Nemo will forever change the way people first experience the underwater world,” stated Robert Carmichael, Brownie’s CEO. “In my 39 years of diving, innovating and leading this company, this is by far the most exciting invention to date.”

For more information, visit diveblu3.com/nemo.

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