Frequently Asked Questions
It is recommended that you charge your Seascooter batteries at least every 3 months, It is common for them to be left in storage over winter but this can be detrimental to the batteries life.
If you have any questions about maintaining your battery life please consult your handbook or CONTACT US
We ship to the UK, Ireland, Belgium, Netherlands & Luxembourg. Carriage is free to the UK but applies elsewhere
Please do not try to repair the product yourself as you can do more damage to the unit. Instead use our contact us page and we will happily advise you on your next steps. You can find our contact page HERE
This depends on the unit you have bought. The Sublue White Shark Mix can be flown with a spare battery. The Yamaha range can also be flown EXCEPT the 500Li & 350Li
You must always contact your airline before flying with the battery details to ensure you have no problems at the airport. Aqua Toys takes no responsibility for any refusal to fly by air operators.
Sand or grit can be detrimental to the Yamaha Seascooter O-Ring. To remove sand or grit from the O-ring Seal, rinse the O-ring Seal in fresh water and apply fresh lubricant. If there is sand inside the Battery Housing, gently brush the sand from the unit, take care not to scratch the sealing surface.
If an O-ring Seal is damaged, replaced it with a new one and apply fresh lubricant before use. If you are unsure, please CONTACT US
Every Yamaha® sea scooter is designed for protection against accidental flooding of the battery chamber. For safety, turn OFF the master switch, remove the Yamaha® sea scooter from the water and check the Battery Pod and Battery Chamber for water ingress. .
If salt water has entered into the chamber, rinse it out with fresh water. Dry the battery pod and battery chamber thoroughly and resemble for use.
Always observe safe diving practice if this occurs during a dive
Please refer to the instruction manual for a step-by-step guide on how to remove the casing to the propellor.
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