Real Product: Water Jetpacks For Your Feet Commercial

February 19, 2013


I posted the Flyboard back in 2011 when the company first came on the scene, but now they're back with a fancy commercial. This is that commercial. And it's set to one of the most questionable songs I've heard in recent history and that's saying a lot because my little sister is a Belieber and I have to yell at her everyday about it. TURN IT OFF, BECKY. One time she was blaring that idiot heartthrob so loud I marched into her room and threatened to break the CD. Then she started laughing at me because she doesn't own any CD's, just an iPod. And that's when I smashed her iPod in the driveway.

Hit the jump for the video, but you've been warned about the song.

Thanks to fat piggie, who tried water jetpack shoes one time but is such a fat little piggie he barely got off the ground so they refunded his money. Same thing happened to me :(

  • $18922249

    Just in case anyone here is looking for more ways to break both of their ankles while getting a compound skull fracture, let me refer you to the PogoBal.

  • I had a pogo ball. It was fun for a day or two

  • slang_blade

    Did anyone notice they kept on grabbing the kids with the big ol moles face?

  • I really wanted to hate this product, but it actually looks kind of fun if you don't mind being attached to an incredibly long pool noodle. If you're clumsy like me, you should probably avoid drowning hazards like this.

    Video highlight: Those fat people at 2:38 who are too lazy to even walk onto the beach to watch the aquatic acrobats. Hahaha

  • Dirgible

    I second Chamberland.
    Put on Heresy (Pantera) and watched this video -muted of course. It worked well.

  • tim atkanson

    *this looks like one of those shitty devinsupertramp videos.... oh, it is

  • Guest

    Shut up and take my money!

  • Will Chamberland

    I hate everyone in this video

  • BillGatesIsYourDaddy

    I cannot wait until someone crashes their skull in with one of these.

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