Jetpack runs on water, saves fuel

07/30/2009 | Popular Science

If you always wanted a jetpack but felt guilty about the rocket fuel it would consume, this may be your lucky year. For about $130,000, you may be able to order a jetpack powered by water, slated to hit the market before year's end. The device can propel the wearer up to three stories in the air at 22 mph, Rena Marie Pacella writes, with an even faster model already in the works.

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