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Watercraft

Mako Slingshot Jetboard

Mako Slingshot Jetboard
$10K  Buy Link Comment

The Mako Slingshot is a compact motorized wakeboard. It has a carbon fiber deck, a 100cc 2-stroke engine, and an alloy impeller. It comes with a wired throttle that lets you go at a leisurely pace or zip at up to 34mph. A full tank gets you about 40 minutes of running time.

LockRack Watercraft Roof Rack

LockRack Watercraft Roof Rack
$220-$285  Buy Link Comment

LockRack is a strapless roof rack for surfboards, paddle boards, kayaks and canoes. It has an anodized aluminum base, nylon rail protectors and non-slip rubber arms. The arms are secured by locking pins and can be folded flat or removed when not in use.

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Speeder Bike Water Battle

Speeder Bike Water Battle

For his latest video, Devin Supertramp replicated the classic speeder bike chase from Return of the Jedi – but instead of flying precariously between giant redwoods, they did the stunt on water, using specially modified Jetovator jetpacks. Duct tape ftw.

Alumaski Aluminum Jet Ski

Alumaski Aluminum Jet Ski
$25,000  Buy Comment

Most JetSkis are made from fiberglass, which limits their usefulness in shallow waters. The AlumaSki is powered by a 110hp marine engine, and offers a 1/4″ thick aluminum hull which can help you safely navigate shallow waters.

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