HYDROFOIL WATERCRAFT LAUNCHES INTO THE MARKET
Inventist, a part of plant physiology instrument maker CID, Inc., launches a new product, the AquaSkipper, a one-of-a kind, lightweight, humanpowered personal-watercraft. The AquaSkipper is truly a 21st century innovation.
AquaSkipper was developed and patented by Shane Chen, Chief Executive Officer of CID, Inc. The Inventist division is well known for its innovative consumer products marketed on television and consumer catalogs. “We’ve perfected an idea that has been tried in the past,” stated Mr. Chen. “Along with our design and workmanship, our patent includes our unique the main spring which converts human energy into forward motion.”
Now anyone can fly above the water. A light hopping motion propels the pilot forward while the hydrofoil gives lift and potential speed of up to 17 miles / 27 kilometers per hour. The AquaSkipper, allows the pilot to propel forward and ride on the waves, devise new tricks and race with others. For a twist, you can tow the AquaSkipper behind a powered craft for water skiinglike excitement!
You don’t have to been an athlete to use the AquaSkipper, other uses include a personal water shuttle from “ship to shore, or dock.” Any way you use the AquaSkipper, users find that it is the most unique product ever made for personal water travel or water sports.
CBS-TV Portland, OR affiliate reporters had these comments, “…that’s cool! It’s fast, fun and will get your heart racing!”
Simply stated the AquaSkipper is good, clean fun. In fact it's the most fun you might have on the water.
Inventist was founded in 2003 and is a part of CID, Inc. CID since the late 1980’s has specialized in the design, manufacture and marketing of instruments for agricultural research. The Inventist division recently won an award for the AquaSkipper at the ISPO (International Trade Fair for Sports Equipment and Fashion) “Brand-New International” competition for sports-related inventions. Other Inventist consumer products include the Xing Body Toner and the Ultra-Drainer.