Just in time for the end of summer, FailArmy has put together a compilation of skimboarding, water skiing, tubing and general watery-type activity fails. We better get out there and face plant in the lake before the snow comes.
A couple of crazy dudes in Russia (where else?) must have left their parasailing equipment at home, so they decided to take to the air on an inflatable “kite raft” instead. We smell another Mythbusters episode here.
The Nocqua 2000 is a lighting system for kayaks, canoes and paddleboards. It uses two strips of LEDs that have a total output of 2,000 lumens. Its battery powers the LEDs for up to 2 hours per charge.
Combines the ease of use of a jet ski with the portability of a surfboard. It weighs only 48 lbs., has a battery that lasts up to 1 hr per charge and an electric motor that lets you go as fast as 15 mph.
As its name implies, the JetBoard combines the body of a surfboard with the fast-paced capabilities of a jet ski. It has a 35hp 330cc engine that lets it go up to 32mph, with a range of about 45min.
This woman does absolutely everything wrong when she attempts to ride this waterslide, getting pushed backwards, then doing the one thing you’re never supposed to do – stand up.
Who says you need a friend with a boat to go water skiing? Hammacher Schlemmer certainly doesn’t think you do – offering up this remote-controlled boat that can pull you along at up to 40MPH.
The Neptune MM2 is a 2 seater sport micro submersible with a 750′ max dive depth; the dry sealed cabin with full life support is accessed through a heavy power enhanced lock down hatch.