The ultimate flying machine
by Rosalie Taylor on 25 May 2012
The Jetlev R200 is revolutionizing the way we see water sports in the form of a jetpack providing the power of flight in a new and exciting way.
After only two months in practice, Jack has learnt how to easily maneuver the Jetlev - Sanctuary Cove Boat Show Rosalie Taylor
It’s something you would expect to see in a spy thriller, but the jetpack is making a splash in the Australian market.
With only two units in the southern hemisphere, Jetpack Adventures aims to bring the experience of flight to the public through a hire service.
One of these gadgets would set you back 150 thousand dollars, making it an expensive toy.
Jetpack adventures is making flight more affordable with the standard hire cost of about ten dollars per minute.
Safety is a major principle in the construction of the gadget ensuring the pilot is firmly secured throughout each aviation.
Chief Jetlev Pilot Jack Ellison said the machine is environmentally friendly and economical, relying on water suctioned through the unit floating below.
'There is so much water generated from the power plant that you could empty a swimming pool in just ten minutes,' said Jack.
'The Jetpack is just the coolest machine in the world, it allows you to fly which is obviously most people’s dreams.'
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Keep posted for videos coming tomorrow and for more information on the product visit www.jetpackadventures.com.au or www.jetlev.com
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