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Summary: Devin Graham filmed the antics of himself and his buddies playing around with watercrafts that can dive underwater and leap into the air.

Devin Graham, YouTube star better known as “Devin Super Tramp,” has released a new video that shows him and his buddies playing around on “robotic sea mammals,” according to the Huffington Post.


The video features a robotic dolphin, called the Seabreacher; a jet-powered Volkswagen van, the Freedom Flyer; and flying bikes, called Jetovators. Each of these vessels leaps high into the air above the water and dives below the surface, offering an exhilarating ride for the driver.

Rob Innes, the co-creator of the Jetovator, said, “The Jetovator is designed for lazy people. It’s simple, safe and easy, but if you want to get crazy…you can go wild.” The Jetovator retails for $6,975. It’s called a “water sports accessory” and connects a 40-foot hose to a personal watercraft. It requires at least 130 horsepower.

Riders climb onto the Jetovator as if they were operating a pogo stick. Unlike a simple pogo stick, however, the Jetovator can shoot up to 30 feet in the air at a speed of 25 miles per hour. The driver steers the craft with handlebars. Trained operators note that “it’s relatively easy” to ride the Jetovator.

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If You Enjoy Water Sports, You’ll Love These Crazy Water Crafts

The Seabreacher is not new to the water sports world, since it was launched almost ten years ago. It was named one of the Best Inventions of 2006 by Time Magazine. It costs a mere $80,000 to $100,000 and looks like a marine mammal/speedboat hybrid. It can race up to 40 miles per hour and can gain up to 20 feet in the air. Underwater, it can reach a depth of 6 feet and can travel up to 20 miles an hour.

If You Enjoy Water Sports, You’ll Love These Crazy Water Crafts

The slightly adorable Freedom Flyer resembles a hippie’s Volkswagen van. The design behind the Freedom Flyer is a noble one—it’s for “wheelchair-bound or disabled veterans that have been wounded in combat while serving out country,” according to the website. The controls on the Freedom Flyer are hand controls similar to a standard wheelchair, which allows for navigation from a sitting position.

If You Enjoy Water Sports, You’ll Love These Crazy Water Crafts

If you enjoy jet-skiing, you’ll love these new watercrafts—click on the video to watch the fun.

Photo credits: Huffington Post



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