Nemo Power Tools in the news
We’ve all been there: You’re at the bottom of the sea floor, working away with a handheld screwdriver like a chump. Luckily, your underwater drilling needs have been answered by the Nemo V2 DIVERS Edition (DDV2-18-3Li-50) cordless drill.
Without even a logo marking the outside, this is the drill of my future. It’s a 18V battery platform paired with a couple of 6 amp hour battery packs. The Nemo Special Ops boasts 1500 RPM and just under 500 inch pounds of torque that can run up to 100 meters (328 feet) without damage.
By Protool Reviews, January 12 2016
Let me start off by saying that no, Disney isn’t making an animated movie featuring power tools. Nemo Power Tools is in fact a real life company making waterproof power tools.
By Tool Craze, December 15 2015
When the Israeli Army approached engineer Nemo Rotem to design a submersible drill for them, he wasn’t even a certified diver. In order to understand just what would be required of such a tool he became…
By Deeper Blue, November 7 2015
How long has your company, Nemo Power Tools, been around?
We designed the drill 2012, and Nemo Power Tools Ltd was founded in 2014, after we made the decision to begin mass-producing our product.
By Water Welders, February 1 2015
The Nemo Underwater Drill comes in a few different models, based on their intended usage, beginning with the Pool & Spa version which starts out at $595.
By Reef Builders, August 3 2015
Sporting an all-black paintjob and completely devoid of logos, the Nemo Special Ops Underwater Drill was made for use by special forces — but that doesn’t mean it can’t help you get things done around the house…
By Uncrate, August 3 2015