Proud Pinoy! Visayan carpenter makes homemade jet ski out of marine plywood and nails

Proud Pinoy! Visayan carpenter makes homemade jet ski out of marine plywood and nails

- A carpenter from Valladolid, Negros Occidental created a homemade jet ski

- He created it during the Enhanced Community Quarantine as some sort of a hobby while staying at home

- He only spent P12,000 to complete his jet ski using marine plywood and nails

- The town mayor already requested the ingenious carpenter to build one for him, along with numerous orders

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A carpenter from Valladolid, Negros Occidental built a homemade jet ski during the enhanced community quarantine.

Noel Samson is a carpenter and a fisherman, who chose to do something worthwhile with his time spent at home during ECQ.

According to TV Patrol Negros, Samson spent P12,000 only to make his homemade jet ski, which was made out of marine plywood and nails.

Proud Pinoy! Visayan carpenter makes homemade jet ski out of marine plywood and nails

Proud Pinoy! Visayan carpenter makes homemade jet ski out of marine plywood and nails
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If Samson used to go to work riding a tricycle, now, his latest invention, allows him to go to work using a jet ski.

The inventor already received orders for his homemade jet ski.

Mayor Bebot Miravalles, the mayor of Valladolid also ordered from Samson. He also signified that this can be used as a tourist attraction in the town.

Valladolid is a small town in Negros Occidental, roughly 30 kilometers away from Bacolod City. It is also very popular for mangoes and "diwal."

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In a previous KAMI report, DOST unveiled six inventions made by Filipino scientists to help combat COVID-19. The country up to the present is still reeling from the effects of the pandemic.

Filipino scientists have been very good with inventions. In 2017, a Filipino inventor was reportedly able to make a vehicle run using only water. Back then, many Filipinos hoped that the government would support him.

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