The JB-9 jetpack supposedly makes use of jet turbines, is compact enough to put at the back seat of a car and lacks wings or additional aerodynamic devices. The firm boasts the JB-9 can attain 10,000 feet and a optimum speed of 102 kilometres per hour and travel for approximately 10 minutes.
The manufacturer states the next model, the JB-10, has already been in creation. Making use of two 200-horsepower power generators, the Martin Jetpack can easily fly nearly 1 kilometer, bear a 120-kilogram payload along with the pilot, and an amazing resilience of 30 minutes of flight time.
The JB-9 is apparently the most compact and lightest jetpack ever created. It suits the typical meaning of a jetpack — a flight device that mounts jet power generators onto a backpack-like structure. In contrast to contending jetpacks that are huge and burdensome to put on, the JB-9 can be kept in the trunk of the standard car and conveniently put on for flight. (Like strapping on a backpack) It compact structure and easy function guides the JB-9 beyond the competition, which frequently have restrictions like a plane-based takeoff or maybe enough wind flow for flight.
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