The Flyboard Air could be the hoverboard we've been waiting for (Crave Extra)
All of us at Crave would like to know, is this thing real?
And when can we get one?
A video titled Flyboard Air Test 1 was posted on Flyboard's YouTube channel this week, showing off what seems to be a jet propelled hoverboard-like device, hovering a man high in the sky.
Is this the hoverboard technology we've all been dreaming of?
[UNKNOWN] founder of Zapata racing, and creator of the fly board personal water craft/water jet pack showed off what could be un [UNKNOWN] jet propeltion device.
Zapata takes some deep breaths,
Puts on a helmet, grips the controller in his hand or what seems to be some sort of throttle.
And then takes to the sky.
He is flying it looks like he is wearing a backpack with tubes connected to the fly board air which could be the fuel system and power source.
The company is not releasing much information about the fly board air and has not request for comment.
But the company does claim that the Fly Board Air can fly up to an altitude of 10,000 feet, and has a top speed of 93.2 miles per hour, with a flight time of about 10 minutes.
Keep your eyes on Crave.
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We get more details on the Flyboard Air.
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