Colin Furze Jetpack Back to the Future Hoverboard
Inventor Colin Furze is back at it again, and this time, he decided to use Gravity Industries’ Daedalus Flight Pack to bring the Back to the Future 2 hoverboard to life. How does this jetpack work? Well, both the jet engines and power source are attached to a metal frame the wearer straps to their back. It currently maximum flight time of 10 minutes, thanks to six micro-gas turbines. Read more for a video and additional information.

For those interested in getting their own jetpack, it’ll set you back around $250,000 USD, but the price is expected to come down when full production begins. It can reportedly reach altitudes of 2000-feet, though standard use would be traveling at around 10-13 feet above the ground. However, Gravity Industries founder Richard Browning will carefully examine, and possibly even require a special license, before selling to any potential customers.

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