Obstacles and Structures
There are two basic colors. Red and Blue, each are customizable to unique situations such as:
Logos and Branding
Attachments such as flags and cameras
Characters and Special Costumes
Doubling a VIP, CEO or Celebrity
The Rocketbelt rides on a bed of superheated steam.
No special permits required to operate.
There are no flames or explosive fuel.
Our Pilots can land within inches of a target.
Lift off can be cued to the second
We can fly in most wind and rain.
The Rocketbelt is highly maneuverable, consistent and loud!
The first Rocketbelt was
built by Bell Aerospace in
the 1950’s for the US Army
The Powerhouse built Rocketbelt is documented to be the longest flying and most consistent Rocketbelt ever designed.
With literally thousands of flights and no show failures, you can trust the Rocketman to deliver on time – every time!
To date no company or individual has ever been able to duplicate the consistency or raw power of the Powerhouse Rocketbelts.
The Rocketman flies effortlessly using a “Rocketbelt” (Sometimes called a Jet Pack).
The Rocketbelt is the dream come true for those who have admired flying heroes from Buck Rodgers to Disney’s Buzz Lightyear.
Learn how the Rocketman can use the Rocketbelt to bring your event or celebration to New Heights!
Right up the Rocketman’s alley…
Rocketman entertained Rocket Enthusiast at the 2006 Wirefly, X-Prize Cup.
After performed three flights The Rocketman spent the day signing autographs, taking pictures, giving interviews and meeting other great rocket men such as Buzz Aldrin.
I may not have heard every word Ansari was saying, because my ears were still ringing from the Rocketman’s jet-pack flight – a quick round-the-runway spin with lots of sound and fury, using a 165-pound rocket engine that’s strapped to the back.
Dan Schlund, the man wearing the rocket, rose perhaps 30 feet (9 meters) in the air. Afterward, he described the ride as “squirrely” at times.
“It’s like standing on a basketball with two firehoses and trying to keep your balance,” he said.
Most of the action happens hundreds or even thousands of feet away from the crowd. (OK, Rocketman was an exception.)
_Alan Boyle – MSMBC