This water powered jetpack called the Jetlev-Flyer is mere 30-pound pack attached to a 33-foot-long, four-inch-diameter polyester-and-rubber hose for the purpose of sucking up water below, digesting it, and propelling you into the air. The production version of the water powered jetpack will feature a 260hp engine and the ability to fly forward at 35mph and up to three stories high. The Jetlev-Flyer also has a backrest made out of fiberglass and some foam so it won't sink when you take off and land, and attached a four-point racecar-style harness to lock into. Look for this one to be ready to dish out close to 130 grand. You can buy the Jetlev-Flyer for a price of 129.000 Euro.
February 1, 2011 6:55 PM | Technology