Skip Over The Water With Aquaskipper


Yet another product from Inventist, the Aquaskipper is a water "toy" that will also give you a great workout. Resembling an over sized water spider, the Aquaskipper moves similarly to those bugs, skipping across the surface of the water or gliding in on a wave.

In order to get the Aquaskipper moving across the water, all you need to know how to do is hop. Every time you hop, that force compresses the fiberglass spring located between the steering shaft and the curve bar, originating at the skimmer. The subsequent recoil pushes the back foil down to generate propulsion. 

Aquaskipper PartsAquaskipper Parts

The Aquaskipper takes a few tries to get used to, but once you've mastered it, you'll be skimming across the water and hopping over waves. If you get good enough at it, you could hit speeds up to 17 miles per hour, and hopping around for hours on the water will also give you a great workout. Once you're done, the Aquaskipper can be disassembled quickly and easily. 

Not only, is the Aquaskipper great fun and a great idea for an outdoors workout, it is also environmentally friendly. It, of course, has no motors and burns no fuel (except for the calories you'll burn hopping along the surface of the water). 

Riding Waves With AquaskipperRiding Waves With Aquaskipper

If the Aquaskipper looks like it's right up your alley, you can check it out on the Inventist site or you can go to Amazon and order one now. At $520, I'd say you're getting a great deal on something that's a lot of fun, a good workout and sure to impress your friends. 


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