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Bixpy Jet: Water Propulsion System for Your Watersports

Bixpy Jet offers a new way to interact with water, your water activities can be much more enjoyable, including swimming and diving. This device is like a hack to aquatic industry, it’s a handheld water propulsion system that you can use for different water activities, from boating, kayaking, swimming, diving, any many more. Every part of this technology is ground breaking, starting from electronic circuitries to the design of propeller, including that on/off switch, to make sure that you get the most innovative and intuitive water device of its class.

Bixpy Jet has been designed to be maintenance free and can be used both in fresh or saltwater. The design team has explored many different materials to make sure every single part of this device can withstand harshest conditions. all components and connectors that are submersed, they are IP68 rated, including parts that are exposed to water splashing, they are rated at least IP67.

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Bixpy Jet: Water Propulsion System for Your Watersports

Bixpy Jet: Water Propulsion System for Your Watersports

The compact size is around at the size of 1L bottle of water. this propulsion system can generate thrust to drive a 240lb kayak with 2 adults against tides and wind. Yeah, it boosts anything. There are many attachments and adapters that you can choose to work with this jet so that you can use it for many different activities.

Bixpy Jet: Water Propulsion System for Your Watersports

Bixpy Jet: Water Propulsion System for Your Watersports

Bixpy Jet: Water Propulsion System for Your Watersports

Bixpy Jet: Water Propulsion System for Your Watersports

Bixpy Jet: Water Propulsion System for Your Watersports

Bixpy Jet: Water Propulsion System for Your Watersports is originally posted on Tuvie - Modern Industrial Design

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