If you've always desired to channel your inner James Bond, you'd be well-advised to check into the Gen H-4. Billed as the "world's smallest one-man helicopter
," the flying machine with two rotors allows a pilot to zip through the air with ease. Operators are standing by to take your order.
The Japanese-designed H-4 will set you back a cool $59,500 -- but that's a small price to pay for the chance to hover above the crowds on your way to work. On the downside, your hard-earned dough only nets you a kit, which you have to assemble on your own.
According to the AFP story
, they've sold a total of 7 units so far, but we expect deep-pocketed fans of ultra-light aircraft to start snapping up the H-4.
For video of the H-4 in action, check out this clip
of the contraption buzzing around the friendly skies. Is it just a simple novelty product or the future of flight? You decide...