Scuba Diving Chair for the Lazy One

Scuba Diving is an exciting activity and If you want to do scuba diving this could be a new unusual way.

Everyone can use this chair, you don’t need diving knowledge, because is easy to figure it out in only 5 minutes.

The scuba diving chair is a unique form of traveling underwater and a bizarre invention.

This project is a DIY idea and requires one to be tethered to a boat or a floatation device on the surface, hanging on for a ride.

Is safety features built and of course, it won’t help you develop any muscles, since you remain rather sedentary, but could be the first step for a prototype of a more dynamic vehicle: underwater motorcycle!


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