With its miniature dimensions and
his featherweight, ABYSSEA is lodged easily
in his carrying bag, without disassembly.
Find the pleasure of traveling light with
an freedive workshop finally easy to carry !
NB : The no-limit practice is at risk if it is not done with prior training
and / or with, at least, a supervisor qualified apnea, in accordance
with the rules of safety of the practice of freedive, and with a gradual adaptation to depth.
Fruit of 2 years of development
and an elaborate 3D design,
ABYSSEA will offer you
new sensations vertical freedive.
Positioned head up or head down,
discover the ease of piloting.
With your lightweight freediving sled ABYSSEA already mounted, its implementation is simple and fast.
Make the assembly of your workshop
in a few minutes for your greatest pleasure :
FIXING THE LIFT BAG
Quick and easy attachment
of the lift bag to a long shackle
and a carabiner with locking screw
Easy opening under load
with reactive blocking system
without damage for the rope
PASSING THE ROPE
Handles and rope fairlead
leave the rope appearing all along the mat
and limit friction and jamming
A quarter turn stainless steel valve
ensures easy opening, convenient
and a quick inflation trigger
MAINTAINING THE BOTTLE
2 ergonomic wedges + 2 straps
ensure optimal support
of the diving tank
A new low handle
adapted to slip weights
secured by smart stop-disk
Inflation system with quarter turn valve :
easy and efficient inflation
Invisible screws or cup washer
+ Nylstop blind nut :
secure fasteners and without risk of injury
Clutches Spinlock XTR : easy opening under load and rapid reactive blocking system
Double ergonomic wedge + two straps :
keeps the diving tank optimal
Visible rope all along the mast :
limited risk of floating debris that can trap
the lightweight freediving sled ABYSSEA
Low handle adapted to slide weights on each side : 2 weighting discs 5 and 1.5 kg (or max 13 kg)
+ locking clips
NB : The no-limit practice is at risk if it is not done with prior training and / or with, at least, a supervisor qualified freediving,
in accordance with the rules of safety of the freedive practice, and with a gradual adaptation to depth.