Like the WhiteShark, the Mix Pro pulls snorkelers or divers along using not one but two electric-motor-powered propellers. This feature sets it apart from the various single-prop scooters already on the market.
The life of the Mix Pro's removable lithium-ion battery life is the same as that of the WhiteShark – at a claimed 60 minutes per 2-hour charge – as is the scooter's maximum depth rating of 40 meters (131 ft). Battery level and current speed are displayed on a built-in color LED screen.
Speaking of which, users can expect a slightly higher top speed from the Mix Pro, as it maxes out at 1.8 meters per second (4 mph) as opposed to the WhiteShark's 1.5 m/s (3.4 mph). It can also be set to a slower, more energy-efficient speed of 1.2 m/s (2.7 mph).
Another new feature on the Mix Pro is a mount for third-party underwater smartphone housings, so users can record their adventures via the phone's camera. The GoPro mount from the WhiteShark is also still there.