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    Look Ma, No Hull!

    I like this idea. Lighten the hull for manuverability and gas economy. You could get to Catalina pretty quick ten feet over the wave tops.




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    lol dude that's genious!

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    It would be fun for 30 minutes then would get old IMO! It is neat it can go onto any ski, but at 9k it's a little pricey! Cool though. They demoed this or something like it at world finals. Really neat in person I bet.

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    I wonder how long it would take to get the hang of it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MSRXP View Post
    It would be fun for 30 minutes then would get old IMO! It is neat it can go onto any ski, but at 9k it's a little pricey! Cool though. They demoed this or something like it at world finals. Really neat in person I bet.
    Agree. Looks more to be a Free Style thing.

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    I'd get tired of standing up all the time. How 'bout a sit-down model? How about a JetSki that could hover/jump like that?

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    How would you hold your beer ?

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    It would be fun for 30 minutes then would get old IMO!
    Less so than riding a coach, at least with this thing you can go under water like a dolphin. Try that with your chesterfield or lazyboy. I'd like to see someone master it in 30 minutes, then again having something simple with reduced effort to ride may be the way for some. The thing is if and when it gets old unstrap the toy and ride the coach, get pulled on the tube, water skis, wake board etc. You'll see from my earlier post on this toy they also sell some pretty cool coaches.

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    Beer or wine would go in a camel back.

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    This looks like it could be a lot more fun--and useful, when it gets into the production stage: http://www.e-volo.com/Home.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by steve45 View Post
    This looks like it could be a lot more fun--and useful, when it gets into the production stage: http://www.e-volo.com/Home.html
    Yeah thats all any man needs is 16 blades spinning at 10 rpms right about nut level and 5 feet away.......

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