Student designs and builds underwater jetpack, aims to start production in 2019

The UK's Archie O'Brien had a dream of zipping below the waters off Iceland or swimming with dolphins off the coast of Bora Bora. He looked at contraptions that would pull him along underwater at speed something like the AquaJet H2 or Scubalec, for example but everything already available proved beyond his reach. So he decided to design and build the Cuda underwater jetpack, which will be going into production early next year... Continue Reading Student designs and builds underwater jetpack, aims to start production in 2019 Category: Marine Tags: 3D Printing Scuba Swimming Underwater Related Articles: Scaled-down "scooter" doubles up on props Snorkellers should get a kick out of this arm-mounted jet drive Snorkelboard lets you watch the fishes, without dunking your head Where's your jetpack? It's underwate

Student designs and builds underwater jetpack, aims to start production in 2019

The UK's Archie O'Brien had a dream of zipping below the waters off Iceland or swimming with dolphins off the coast of Bora Bora. He looked at contraptions that would pull him along ...

Thu 12 Jul 18 from Gizmag

The 3D printed underwater jetpack that propels users at speeds of up to 8 miles per hour

A university student has designed a futuristic underwater jetpack that can seamlessly propel you around a pool. It's constructed out of entirely 3D printed materials and can be built in minutes. ...

Wed 11 Jul 18 from Daily Mail

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