Pushing the Limits of Hydro
The Patent Pending DEFY JetDeck X3 is the most advanced hydroflight platform in the world, and the only board on the market that includes an additional 3rd axis of movement to the rider. With its stacked combination of features, the X3 provides the rider with more agility, control, and freedom than any other personal flight product.
The JetDeck connects to the rear of almost any personal watercraft, and uses the thrust of the impeller to lift the rider up to 40+ feet in the air. This is the pinnacle of waterflight technology and is a must-have for anyone seeking the ultimate experience of freedom in the air. Patent Pending
Agile, Intuitive Movement: Freeing up the feet to move independently provides an intuitive flight experience that's perfect for beginners, but also opens the door to more advanced maneuvers and fast spins. Learn More...
Unparalleled Flight Freedom: Our patent pending Rocker Link system provides a true free flight experience, eliminating the need to constantly fight against or worry about kinking a stiff supply hose.Learn More...
Elliptical Nozzles: DEFY's signature nozzle shape provides more thrust and creates a beautifully shaped stream that minimizes hose interference.Learn More...
What People are Saying
"The JetDeck feels completely untethered in a sport that by nature requires you to be attached to a hose. Nothing else even compares."
- Carson Garrett
JETDECK X3 Package Includes:
JetDeck X3 Board
65' DEFY Hose
180 Degree Connector
PWC Adapter Kit
You'll Also Need:
150+ Horsepower PWC
Wakeboard Style Bindings
Independent Foot Movement
Increased control for advanced maneuvers and fast spins.
Side-to-Side Rocker Link
Freedom of movement in all directions, no more "tethered feeling".
More thrust, less hose interference, and a sweet look.
DEFY PowerLink Hoses
Consistent flow to the nozzles regardless of how much they're being pinched.
Universal Binding Mounts
Attach any type of wakeboard bindings to customize your ride and feel.
Integrated Frame Handle
Easier to transport and pull out of the water... and it looks nice with the sun setting behind it.