Let me get something straight here, other than showers, I hate the water. But for those who love it and the ocean, there’s the AquaJet H2. While it’s true, you won’t see me underwater anytime soon, I have to admit the AquaJet H2 looks like a blast. This thing scoots along at 9km/h and can take you up to 60 feet down, no thank you. It also features a thrust of up to 40lbs and has a 100-minute runtime.
Generally, I try to write about things I’d actually use but this is not one of them. But that doesn’t mean I can’t think something is cool and this certainly falls into the cool category. The company says the wings on this thing are modeled after aerodynamic planes giving it the ability to cut through the water with ease. But all of this will come at a pretty steep price. Though I’m no expert and don’t know comparative pricing. The early bird commitment on Indiegogo will set you back $799USD. For that price, you could keep water OUT of your lungs and buy a Mavic Air but for those who love the deep, this may be worth it.
AquaJet combines modern technology with intelligent design to create a diving experience unheard of before in the world of DPV’s. The AquaJet features revolutionary wings modeled after the wings found on the most aerodynamic planes to allow the AquaJet to fly through the water with ease.
We also developed a smart internal motor to drive the AquaJet with variable speeds and advanced safety controls. Additionally, positive buoyancy allows for a quick ascent to the surface in case of emergency or if the rider needs a breath of fresh air.
All of these unique features were developed by an experienced team with precision and careful attention to detail to ensure that the AquaJet provides not only a fun diving experience, but is incredibly safe for everyone with a minimal learning curve.
Personally, this isn’t for me, I prefer dry land and air to breathe. But for those who are keen on such a device, check out the Indiegogo for more. As with any crowdfunding campaign, there is a risk supporting them. We’ve recently heard about several that we’ve written about that have failed or are having issues. Our reporting on crowdfunding campaigns does not mean we support or are affiliated with them. Support at your own risk.Back on Indiegogo