Wavejet Water Propulsion Engine

Wavejet Water Propulsion Engine

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The American solution to all transportation related problems starts with strapping a bigger engine to whatever it is needs fixing. It’s how we ended up with rocket powered VW bugs, monster trucks and muscle cars. It’s also what makes America great. The latest problem, as determined by the people at Wavejet and tired surfers everywhere, is water sports. Paddling out to that sweet wave or kayaking in still water was just too much effort. How do you fix it? Strap an engine to it! With that, the Wavejet Water Propulsion Engine was born. Using a twin-lithium ion battery pack, the patented personal water propulsion engine can generate up to 20lbs of thrust for over 30 minutes. When you inevitably drain the battery, it recharges with a standard wall socket. No more paddling, stroking or constant swimming – unless you want to. If you don’t surf, it also mounts to kayaks, kiteboards, rescueboards and whatever board the newest extreme sport will require.

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