Seawolf GoPro Submarine: Send Your GoPro 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea

by: Joseph On  Thursday, June 18, 2015


There’s a new GoPro accessory on the market that easily crosses the threshold from “useful” into “delightful.” It’s the Seawolf, a small submarine for a GoPro camera that allows it to collect underwater footage. I mean, think about it – a GoPro camera, sitting at the front of a tiny submersible craft, exploring undersea environments – it’s downright irresistible.

The Seawolf works by transmitting your GoPro footage from under the sea to your phone or computer wirelessly, or by way of a 30-meter tether for use with a boat on the surface. It can withstand pressures up to 30 feet under the surface, and is recommended for use with the GoPro HERO 4 camera.

Just like submarines built for people, the Seawolf GoPro submarine doesn’t come cheap, starting at $1,000 over at the sub’s official site right here. But like I said before – how could anyone possibly resist the idea of a tiny submarine for your GoPro?