Have you see the hydro jetpacks that are attached to a jet ski’s propulsion then mounted on your body so you can fly over a body of water? Well, this is the same thing. Except instead of a body mount, your feet are strapped to a wakeboard-like contraption that then soars 15 feet up in the air, letting you ride the skies for as long as the jet ski’s fuel can take you.
Made by the same guys behind the Flyboard, the ZR Hoverboard uses just one water nozzle attached to the back of the board. At the propulsion generated by typical personal watercrafts, it should immediately soar up to four feet above the water at 23 mph and stay there. If you want to go higher, just grab the nose of the board and it will shoot up vertically at heights of up to 32 feet. Like wakeboards, you can use it to perform tricks, such as flips, inverts, and spins, making for a propulsion-powered hydro flyer unlike anything else before it.
These boards are awesome to have and even insane to ride them!
Slated to come out later in the month, the ZR Hoverboard can be bought as a standalone kit ($5,850), as well as a conversion kit for those with existing Flyboards ($2,675).