What do you think of the mono-wing?

#3
I had an Action Man that was attached to something similar.

If it's good enough for Action Man then it's good enough for me.

(Not that they'd let me near the thing, but hey.)
 
#5
Mong-o-wing? Powered by balloons isn't it? I thought this was a black programme...mlaarxium scurity!
 
#7
How will he be able to navigate when flapping those bad boys?
 
#10
A fella manged to cross the channel on something very similar a year or 2 back I'm sure he was a boxhead and had red bull sponsorship all over it .
 
#12
I think this is a good design idea - straight out of James Bond, but one thought popped into my head - what kind of idiot do you get to test that the thing works?

"Now then chaps, who wants to do a drop with a big ferking wing strapped to your back? It hasn't been tested yet but the boffins have assured me that it is the dogs love spuds"
 
#14
Brillant

Now all I look forward to is the one man submarine shaped like a crocodille and I'd be in heaven
 
#15
Pielover said:
I think this is a good design idea - straight out of James Bond, but one thought popped into my head - what kind of idiot do you get to test that the thing works?

"Now then chaps, who wants to do a drop with a big ferking wing strapped to your back? It hasn't been tested yet but the boffins have assured me that it is the dogs love spuds"
How could you refuse someone like Q?



P.S. These are his drawings...

 
#16
Pielover said:
I think this is a good design idea - straight out of James Bond, but one thought popped into my head - what kind of idiot do you get to test that the thing works?

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chavs perhaps ????????
 
#17
OSACIN said:
Pielover said:
I think this is a good design idea - straight out of James Bond, but one thought popped into my head - what kind of idiot do you get to test that the thing works?

"
chavs perhaps ????????
No, this has been trialled by the Royal Mlaar-tillery. Lured to operating altitude by weather balloons and a mess-tin full of Walls Cornish, then despatched to earth with a joyful "mlaar-onimo". The first two hundred were not very successful...
 
#19
There was an article in the Times last week about a bloke and his girlfriend who jumped off some peak in the Himalayas using something similar (could have been the alps, memory).
 

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