Girl flies through the air with water jet pack

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By NTD Newsroom
February 4, 2017Entertainment
Girl flies through the air with water jet pack

At first it looks like some kind of ordinary water ski: A girl skiing on a black board pulled by a black string and a boat powering it all. But be prepared for what happens the next moment: the girl just takes off in mid-air, as if she has a jet pack on her back.


This kind of jet pack really exists and is not just some science fiction. It’s somewhat more expensive than a car, yet it may give you a feeling like flying in the air, perhaps making some lifelong dreams come true!


This Jetlev-Flyer is powered by a four-inch-diameter, 33-foot-long polyester-and-rubber hose that keeps sucking water up from below. A powerful 260hp-engine pushes it through the hose and propels you right into the air. You’ll be able to fly up to a velocity of 35mph and a height of up to three stories.

This 30-pound Jetlev-Flyer also has a fiberglass backrest. Its foam will help you stay over the water surface when taking off or landing. It also has a race car-style four-point harness attached to it that you lock into with your feet.

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