Whether You’re Over It or Under It, It’s Always Cooler By the Water

A couple of days ago we posted an article about some new cool underwater scooters. As the heat continues to rise this summer in most of the country, (yesterday it was above 90 degrees in 48 out of the 50 states) we are looking for additional ways to cool off. A follower suggested that we not only look for relief under-the-water but perhaps over-the-water. This brings us to the Jetlev R200. You may have seen some short clips on the news recently but those don’t hold a candle to the professionally prepared marketing video below.

Popular Mechanics' contributing editor Jeff Wise testing out the JetLev water-powered jetpack.As with the underwater scooters, you’ll have to dole out a few, (okay more than a few), thousand dollars to own one of these babies. But what’s a hundred grand among friends?

Jetlev Technologies, Inc. introduces the Jetlev R200, the recreational jetpack that almost anyone can enjoy over water. It is designed for safety, stability, ease-of-use, and precise and effortless flight controls. Learn basic flight with video-assisted training on land and as little as six minutes of on-water instructions.

No other flying device even comes close to the Jetlev R200’s stability, agility and ease of use. Feel as one with the jetpack when you fly, and experience levitation flight so stable that you feel as if you are suspended on cables. The three-dimensional degree of freedom will thrill you like nothing else you have ever experienced. You can fly over deep open water with the assurance that it is one of the safest power sports ever invented. The Jetlev R200 will forever change our pre-conceived notions about personal flight!

For more information on Jetlev click here:

By the way if you don’t recognize the location of the video shoot below, it is mostly around Bayside Market Place, the ICW and Biscayne Bay in Miami.

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