DeepFlight Dragon

You could either go scuba diving, or take the 1800kg DeepFlight Dragon personal submarine. Unlike similar submersibles, this one has a fixed positive buoyancy, meaning that it will always naturally float back to the surface. No variable ballast system, no drop weights, just pure, safe underwater exploration. It’s powered by a waterproof lithium ion battery, ensuring that it runs silent for for up to 6 hours on a single charge. On the inside, you’ll find DeepFlight Dive Manager (DDM), a proprietary technology that monitors and manages critical functions. The DDM allows you to pilot the Dragon with minimal training and provides the ability to set the depth limit on any particular dive. Click here to view the first image in this week’s funny internet trolls gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of a robotic “Breakfast Machine” you probably don’t want to use.


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