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Waterpillar – Giant Human-Powered Water Toy

Waterpillar - Giant Human-Powered Water Toy
Waterpillar – Giant Human-Powered Water Toy

Summer is coming soon, so it’s time for lovers of water sports to find the right hobby. The newest human-powered water toy, Waterpillar is perfect for the upcoming season.

Waterpillar is a unique pedal-powered watercraft. It is designed to move quickly and smoothly across the water. This water bike is made of corrosion resistant materials. The wheels are moulded from high-density polyethylene plastic, as are the guide wheel covers and cowlings. The sturdy frame is constructed with anodized aluminium tubing, stainless steel and Delrin fasteners. It’s powered by a rugged belt drive, and is designed to be taken places no other pedaled watercraft can go!

One or two adults and children over the age of 8 can easily ride the Waterpillar. Each rider has a set of pedals, yet it is as easily operated by one person as by two. One person does the steering by operating hand levers to independently engage or disengage each wheel, allowing the Waterpillar to “turn on a dime”. With 2.2 diameter wheels and a width of 2.5m the Waterpillar is stable in almost any aquatic environment.

An extra element of fun – now fitted with a Water Cannon that shoots water 13m! Great fun for the whole family!

The waterpillar retails for $4,600, and is available throughout the the U.S. and Caribbean, and soon it will be available in Europe, North Africa, and Asia. [Waterpillar]

Waterpillar - Giant Human-Powered Water Toy
Waterpillar - Giant Human-Powered Water Toy

Waterpillar - Giant Human-Powered Water Toy
Waterpillar - Giant Human-Powered Water Toy

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Written by Slamchica

Aleksandra Arsenovic graduated with a degree in economics and has a master degree in tourism. Since she worked as a travel agent, she has traveled around the world and developed an interest in luxurious hotels and exotic destinations. As a big fashion fan, Aleksandra loves expensive and luxury fashion items. As an editor of Extravaganzi she shares her knowledge about travels, fashion and accessories.

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