There’s a new toy for the beach bums that will fulfill dreams of flying like James Bond, the thing is called the Jetlev - a water-powered jetpack that can levitate its user up to 30 ft. with a maximum speed of 22 mph.
Chinese Canadian inventor, Raymond Li invented the Jetlev over the last ten years. His dreams of seeing his jetpack to go on sale finally came true, but it comes with a whooping price tag of $136,000, which of course only the rich can buy. But Jetlev’s German-based manufacturer MS Watersports GmbH is planning to lease the Jetlev fliers to resorts and charter yachts.
Get a glimpse of the Jetlev-Flyer
The Jetlev is not just a toy. Raymond Li expects that the water-powered jetpack can be used for lifesaving situations like search and rescue missions and also for marine structure inspection and repair.
A unique training system is designed for flying the jetpack. In as little as 6 minutes, a new pilot can fly the thing with the help of a qualified instructor.
The JetLev is going on sale this March.