The military submarine industry has been on a tear for some time, and while there are a few new entrants, the most notable of which is the Rorion, which has been in production for a while now.
While the Rorsons price tag may be lower than other options out there, the fact that the Rion has a full range of features is a plus.
Here’s everything you need to know about the RORION.
The Rorions Price Tag: $10k The Rorsions price tag doesn’t seem like a lot, but it’s nothing to scoff at.
RorIONS price tags are typically $15k-20k, and if you’re looking for the best price you can find, you should probably look at the other options.
There are several good reasons why this price tag is a lot cheaper than the other submarine offerings.
The most obvious is that you can get the RORSOR for just $10K.
The next best option is the Vexor for $15K.
In addition, the Rori will be available for $19K-20K.
While it’s not necessarily a huge discount, you’re still saving quite a bit of money.
If you’re considering this option, make sure to check out the Roris other advantages.
The Features RORIONS boasts include: – Full Range of Remote Control Features- Two independent propulsion systems- Automatic Emergency Escape system- Three redundant engines- Remote Data Logger- One remote control (3.5 ft) and one remote (6 ft) control for crew- Standard 4-meter cable (8 ft) for communication- Two watertight compartments- Four crew compartments (two watertight and one airtight) for storage- Two additional crew compartment (one watertight) and four additional crew compartment (one airtight)- One removable hatch for crew selection- Two removable doors for crew entry- One removable door for crew exit- Two exterior watertight hatch panels- One exterior water tight hatch panel for crew access- Two waterproof hatch panels for crew and cabin airtight sealing- Three exterior waterproof hatch panel doors- Two doors for ventilation- One door for emergency power system- One additional watertight door for access to the Roring System- One more waterproof door for the crew compartment- One extra door for watertight access to cabin- Two more door for entry to the airtight seal system- Two crew comp compartments for crew storage and cabin access- One airtight door to crew compartment for storage and access to airtight cabin- Four additional door to access to all cabin- One crew compartment door for each of the crew compadres airtight compartment- Two other door to air tight seal system for crew compartment access- Four airtight doors to crew compads watertight seal for cabin access