For every action there is an equal and opposite reaction, which is why every time a human attempts to fly, a bird attempts to drive a stick shift. Engage in one of the primary mandates of physics with this Groupon
Choose Between Two Options
- $79 for a 20-minute introductory jetpack-flight experience, valid Monday–Friday (a $159 value)
- $109 for a 20-minute introductory jetpack-flight experience, valid Saturday and Sunday (a $199 value)
Jetlev Southwest’s water-propelled jetpack elevates its wearer up to three stories above the sea’s surface. Knowledgeable trainers acquaint students with basic jetpack techniques, including how to take off, steer, and challenge dolphins to drag race. Equipped with safety systems approved for use in both freshwater and saltwater, the Jetlev R200's twin water nozzles enable freedom of movement in any direction. Certified flight instructors man the throttle remotely in introductory flights, while students focus on mastering flight controls. Students keep up communication with instructors via a walkie-talkie headset in the training helmet. Click here to watch a video.
Jetpack America's certified flight instructors teach their customers to walk on water, hover in midair, and fly at speeds of up to 35 miles per hour—all without an airplane or saddled carp. The secret to each of these superhuman feats is Jetlev's water-propelled R200 jetpack. Its twin water nozzles blast high-pressure beams of fresh or salt water, elevating you up to 30 feet in the air, where you can maneuver through figure-eight turns and three-dimensional movements. In addition to their dual control arms, Jetlev's flying machines include two high-definition video cameras, which, for an extra fee, capture each moment of weightlessness or create video resumés to send to superhero justice leagues. Flyers can opt for a standard video package, which includes one angle of the flight shot from a nearby jet ski, or the premium package, which combines footage from the jet ski with shots from two other cameras mounted to the jetpack's shoulder mount and control-arm mount.