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Jacques Cousteau's Diving Suit
Jacques Cousteau's Diving Suit
Jacques Cousteau getting ready for a dive

Origin

Jacques Cousteau

Type

Diving Suit

Effects

Lets user survive in water for long periods of time

Downsides

Causes water to drip from the user

Activation

Wearing underwater

Collected by

Warehouse 13

Section

Neptune-45R

Aisle

199532-6648

Shelf

112978-6950-798

Date of Collection

June 6, 1993

[Source]


OriginEdit

Jacques Cousteau was a French naval officer who became a renowned oceanographer and conservationist. He developed one of the first successful mass produced scuba systems, the aqua-lung, allowing swimmers to stay underwater longer and move with less bulky weight.

EffectsEdit

Protects the wearer from water pressure while providing them with a limitless supply of air, allowing them to stay underwater semi-indefinitely. When the user returns to dry land, they will constantly drip water from their person and leave a trail wherever they go.

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