The E-Shark Force Dive Unit will keep sharks away from swimmers, divers, surfers and snorkelers for 3-4 hours on a charge. It is easy to care for by rinsing with clean water (not salt water), and easy to charge by resting it on the charging pad.
The E-Shark Force Dive unit is the simplest shark deterrent device on the market, and guaranteed to work well. It wraps around the ankle of the user, much like a surf leash strap, and activates in salt water. The Nylon and Velcro straps fit snug when overlapped and can be easily pulled apart by hand, but won't come apart by themselves in the water.
This is the unit a swimmer or snorkeler would want to wear, and it also works well for surfers as they sit on their boards, wipe-out or paddle. The device charges on a small portable charging pad just by being set down on top of it, without having to open any part of the device.
Included with the device is a rubber cuff. Some wearers will experience a sensation similar to a muscle stimulator, and this cuff helps block that further. Also, the charging pad can be plugged into a portable solar panel, if the user has one, in areas where there is no ready electrical current. It takes approximately 3 hours to fully recharge the E-Shark Force device.
This unit weighs 9.6 ounces, and the complete box weighs 16.8 ounces.
E-Shark Force Dive Unit Specifications
Depth: 43 metres (140 feet) maximum
Power: Internal 3.7 Volt Li-ion battery
Battery Charger: 6 VDC, 1.0 Amp wall transformer
Charging Time: Approx. 6-8 hours
Operational Time: 4-6 hours (in water)
Output: 120V to 200V pulsed proprietary wave form
Electrodes: 2 stainless steel mesh electrodes
The E-Shark Force Device comes in a clear box that measures 7.2" x 4.5" x 3". It contains the device, a User Manual, and a Qi charging pad: Black Input: DC 5V / 1.5A; Output: 5V / 1A; Frequency: 100 to 200 KHzWireless; Distance: 4-10 mm; Dimension: 2.75 x 2.75 x 0.4 in; Weights: 1.5 oz. The charging pad has a 3 ft micro USB to USB cable, so it can connect to anywhere that has a USB outlet: a computer, an outlet converter, a car charger, or some phone chargers.
This E-Shark Force Device charges easily on the charging pad by just resting it so the light comes on. It Uses chip technology with a board and a rechargeable lithium ion battery inside a hard plastic black casing, that easily charges by being set down on the charging disc for 3 hours. There is no need to pull out plugs or screws to charge this new model, and can be charged during a morning or afternoon break. Make sure to charge it before the first use. A full charge should last 3-4 hours. Size: approx 2.5 cm x 6.3 cm x 6.3 cm (1" x 2.5" x 2.5") case on a 6.3 cm (2.5") wide nylon strap.
The Dive Unit strap is approx. 22.86 cm (9") on one side of the device, and 25.4 cm (10") on the other, and is designed to overlap with velcro twice to hold it securely to the ankle. Each strap is sewn by hand so lengths may vary minutely.
E-Shark Force Dive Unit Directions
Here is your quick Charging Guide:
Plub enclosed USB cord into outlet with a USB port, or computer USB port.
Plug other end of this cord all the way into the charging pad onthe side.
Make sure the outlet or power source is on.
Gently lay E-Shark Force device with the logo side down onto the top of the charging pad (the side with the red circle).
A Blue light on the pad will quickly come on and go off, indicating that the pad is charging the device.
Wait for at least a full minute before a light on the side of the device shows green, then turns to blinking red to indicate charging.
After device has fully charged (in a few hours), the light will show steady green until you lift the device off the charging pad, ready to wear.
To wear the device, pull apart the velcro overlap and the 2 velcro straps. Wrap the device around your ankle with the logo side up and away from your body. Wrap the neoprene side snug around your ankle, then overlap with the velcro strap, finally overlapping with the velcro tab that has the fabric handle. It should fit snug, not so tight as to cut off circulation. A rubber ankle ring is enclosed if you feel the device is too loose or the pulses are noticeable. Just put the rubber ring on before you wrap the neoprene strap on, and continue through the steps outlined above.
E-Shark Force Comparison Brochure (Adobe PDF, 2 pages, 810 Kb)