AquaJet H2 Underwater Flying Scooter

Jan 26, 2018

Category: Gear

Swimming is the closest thing most of us will ever get to flying. That feeling of weightlessness can be addictive – but for some, simply diving underwater isn’t enough. Hence, the Hover Star AquaJet H2.

This tool effortlessly propels divers around both on and under the ocean’s surface (up to 60 feet to be exact) at speeds of up to 9kph. Designed to be assembled on site for easy transportation and storage, the AquaJet can be put together in just minutes. To operate, all users have to do is hold down on the left bumper and flip a switch to cycle though the three engine speeds – 3, 6, and 9kph. The motor is silent enough that it won’t disturb wildlife, and will stop automatically if it senses something blocking its rotation. Slip up and lose control of the underwater jet? The positive buoyancy will bring it to the top. With all of that utility, 40 pounds of thrust, and a 100-minute run time – what is there not to like?

Purchase: $800

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