Casio Logosease Underwater Two-Way Radio offers no-frills communication
Divers would know that communication is an essential part of the experience, where having the right message sent across is crucial, as wrong information or a misinterpretation of the events could result in an unwanted accident or even death. Well, since you’re underwater, sign language and hand signals ought to suffice, right? Apparently not, as there is always another way to do things better. Enter the diver communication scuba conversation device known as the Casio Logosease Underwater Two-Way Radio, where it will retail for a whopping $1,506 right off the bat.
This is truly a brilliant method for divers to communicate with one another. The Casio Logosease happens to also be the world’s first two-way underwater radio walkie-talkie device, where it has a working range from 50 to 100 meters (164-328 feet) as well as the ability to work at depths of 40 meters (131 feet) under the waves. All that you need to do is to face one another in order to speak to each other. The clever use of ultrasonic waves instead of radio waves allows you to speak to one another, as this particular unit unit modulates voices into ultrasonic waves. Just hook this up to your diving mask , and you’re good to go even with an air regulator in your mouth.