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For those who have always wanted to travel through water at increased speed but feel held back by their natural swimming abilities, Seabike offers a solution.

This French innovation amplifies the power in your legs, transforming each stroke into a powerful forward thrust.

The Seabike is like giving your feet the power of fins but with the comfort and ease of cycling.

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A man holding a Seabike. (Sea bike)

What is the Seabike?

Seabike is a push-crank propeller that resembles an underwater unicycle. It’s designed to harness the power of your legs to propel you through the water at speeds that would make even Aquaman envious. The device is simple to use. Extend the pole, strap it to your waist, find the pedals and start driving away. Before you know it, you’ll be navigating the water with ease and agility.

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A Seabike next to a woman on a boat. (Sea bike)

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How does Seabike work?

The Seabike runs on a mechanical drive system with a 15-inch propeller that transforms your leg movements into forward momentum. It is compatible with diving equipment, allowing fatigue-free deep-sea exploration. And for those who prefer arm power, the Seabike can be flipped over and operated with handles instead of pedals.

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Woman holding a Seabike. (Sea bike)

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Where can you use Seabike?

Whether it’s the local pool or the open sea, the Seabike is versatile. It’s buoyant, so there’s no fear of losing it underwater, and it’s soft enough to be pool-friendly while still being sturdy for ocean adventures. Seabike even offers snorkeling excursions in Cannes, complete with dive boards and spearfishing kits.

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A man using Seabike in a swimming pool. (Sea bike)

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Accessibility and maintenance of the Seabike

Seabike prides itself on being user-friendly. Most people can learn to use the BASE model in just 5 to 10 minutes, and children often master it even faster. Maintenance is child’s play. A simple rinse with fresh water after use with salt water is sufficient.

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A woman using Seabike. (Sea bike)

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With a starting price of around $316, it’s an accessible piece of equipment for anyone looking to add a touch of excitement to their water activities. Additionally, Seabike ships worldwide.

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Seabike on stand. (Sea bike)

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Kurt’s Key Takeaways

In a world moving towards electric, the mechanical simplicity of the Seabike is a breath of fresh air. It’s a testament to human ingenuity and a call to experience the wonders of water in a whole new way. So, strap on a Seabike and swim faster than you ever thought possible.

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