British inventor Richard Browning founded Gravity Industries Ltd back in March 2017, and debuted the Daedalus Mark 1, a jet pack that uses several miniature jet engines to achieve vertical flight. Each of the kerosene-powered engines are rated at 22 kg of thrust, and you use your arms to control the direction and speed of the flight. Read more to see what it’s like to fly using this amazing suit.
A heads-up display inside the helmet shows fuel consumption among other usage data, and to date, he’s achieved a top speed of 32.02 miles per hour (51.53 km/h) with the suit during a Guinness World Records attempt for ‘Fastest speed in a body controlled jet engine powered suit’. It can reach altitudes of 2000 feet, and the estimated cost for one of these jet suits is around $250K USD.