Forget about strapping on a glider or parachute to launch into the big, blue sky when you can use the power of water to propel yourself into the air like a character in a James Bond movie.
The futuristic-looking Hydro-Powered Jetovator is both fun and environmentally friendly because it uses water for propulsion instead of fuel. A 40-foot hose extends from the buoyant, polyethylene body that sucks water up from the ocean or lake and then feeds it through three jet nozzles with enough force to send you flying up to 25-feet into the air at speeds up to 25MPH.
Two individually-controlled water nozzle levers let the flier do backflips, barrel rolls, corkscrews, and even 10-foot dives underwater, and it only takes about twenty minutes to learn how to operate the craft so you don’t have to worry about spending all your leisure time feeling like you’re learning how to fly a space shuttle.
This kind of high-flying fun doesn’t come cheap but you can go blasting over the water’s surface for $7,000.