The ingenious diving apparatus allows divers to move and breathe freely deep under the sea. During his ocean adventure, Tintin, the world-famous Belgian cartoon reporter, wears a deep-sea diving suit that needs to have air pumped into it continuously from the surface. The diver's life depends on the air hose attached to the suit working properly. Modern-day ocean adventurers, including explorer Jacques Coustaeu's son Jean-Michel, can now rely on a deep-sea diving suit that is much safer to use. In many ways, it is more like a submarine.
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Exosuit allows divers to reach new depths
Packed with cutting-edge technology, the Exosuit diving apparatus promises to revolutionise ocean exploration. Its oxygen system provides life support for up to 50 hours.