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Hovercraft

Wingman Hovercraft Hauler

Wingman Hovercraft Hauler
$199+  Pledge Comment

A dramatic upgrade to the eons-old wheelbarrow, this fan-based device will let you carry heavy loads up to 350 pounds and turn on a dime while minimizing tip-over risk. We wish it came with that Robocop looking dude too.

Hover Golf Cart for Sale

Hover Golf Cart for Sale
$58K  Buy Link Comment

A limited edition replica of Bubba Watson’s BW1 hovercraft golf cart. It has a 65hp engine and can hover forwards and backwards while making minimal noise. Can’t afford it? Don’t worry: the cart will also be deployed in golf courses soon.

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The Hover Golf Cart

The Hover Golf Cart

We may not have hoverboards yet, but thanks to pro golfer Bubba Watson, Oakley and Neoteric Hovercraft, we now have a hover golf cart. It can go anywhere and actually does less damage to the green compared to human feet.

DeLorean Hovercraft Drive-by

DeLorean Hovercraft Drive-by

Great Scott! Look at what was spotted skirting the coastline of the San Francisco Bay! Though it’s unlikely that this special hovercraft will ever reach 88MPH, where it’s going it doesn’t need roads.

DeLorean Hovercraft

DeLorean Hovercraft

Matthew Riese doesn’t need roads. He built this DeLorean Hovercraft by hand with the help of the people who backed his Kickstarter fundraiser. His ride was featured during a break at an MLB game.

UH-18SPW Hoverwing

UH-18SPW Hoverwing
$5,200-$22,000  Buy Comment

Universal Hovercraft’s UH-18SPW Hoverwing is a flight-capable hovercraft kit. Yes, a flying hovercraft. It can go as high as 10 feet off the surface of the water, and a max speed of 75 mph.

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