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Inventist Aquaskipper

Inventist Aquaskipper, Backyard Toy Co
  • Inventist Aquaskipper, Backyard Toy Co
  • Inventist Aquaskipper, Backyard Toy Co
  • Inventist Aquaskipper, Backyard Toy Co
  • Inventist Aquaskipper, Backyard Toy Co

Product Description

Inventist Aquaskipper

Skip and hop on water with the Inventist Aquaskipper! Featuring an improved, unique design composed of hydrofoil wings and fiberglass springs, the Aquaskipper will have you flying across the water in no time! This amazing invention features an aluminum frame which makes it quite light, weighing in at just 26 pounds! Every time you jump, the fiberglass spring is compressed due to the force of your weight. The impact of the jump also causes the back foil to angle downwards which in turn generates the required propulsion for the jump. With a wingspan of 7 feet and a length of 6 feet, you will be hopping at top speeds of 17 mph. Get a good workout while enjoying this invigorating watersport!


The hopping-motion hydrofoil was improved and patented as the 'AquaSkipper' by Shane Chen, CEO of Inventist, and a part of CID, Inc. The patented spring mechanism and the unique aircraft aluminum structure are the secret to the success of the AquaSkipper. These improvements make the AquaSkipper very maneuverable, easier to ride and to recover from a stall.


  • Easy disassembly for transport
  • Lightweight
  • Fast: up to 17 mph
  • Lots of fun!
  • Weight: 26 pounds
  • Wingspan: 7 feet
  • Length: 6 feet
  • Material: aircraft aluminum
  • Here are the answers to some questions you may have.
  1. What happens if I stop hopping? You'll end up in the water - not a bad idea on a hot and sunny day! To keep you and the AquaSkipper up and out of the water, simply hop along on the platform or ride a wave. You can also glide for short amounts of time, but then you'll need to start hopping again.
  2. Can I start in the water? The AquaSkipper can only be started from above the water's surface, such as from a dock or boat. It doesn't take long to master riding the AquaSkipper. Once you do, you won't end up in the water... unless you want to.
  3. What are the minimum and maximum speeds? 
    To keep the AquaSkipper above the water, you'll need to go at least 5 mph. The average cruising speed in 8-10 mph. The maximum speed is 17 mph. Dare to break the world record? 
  4. Are there weight restrictions?
    The minimum weight is around 70 pounds. The maximum is approximately 250 pounds.
  5. Is it easy to assemble the AquaSkipper? How small does it fold down?
    The AquaSkipper can be put together and taken apart in about five minutes. When disassembled, stow it in the optional carrier that's around the size of a golf bag.

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