- Russia has found a solution that can help one survive a bomb explosion or fire incident without any injury
- The East European country has come up with a special combat suit that can withstand bomb blasts and fire accidents
- The combat suit which is non-inflammable has the ability to also defend users against other explosions such as grenades and landmines
Russia has invented a special suit that can withstand bomb explosions and fire.
The suit many have described as superman suit protects wearers from bomb blasts and explosions for up to 30 seconds, NYPost reports.
The ability of the special suit was showcased in a video that featured Russian stunt performer Viktoria Klensokovia.
The suit was tested using a lady
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In the video shared on Instagram by @saynaija, Viktoria who rocked the black combat suit walked unscathed and casually despite bombs blasting at both her sides.
The lady didn't suffer as little as a scratch neither was she blasted off the ground as many who watched the video had envisaged.
The suit which was developed by the Russian Ratnik program has the ability to also withstand landmine and grenade blasts as well as non-inflammatory.
Watch the video below:
Nigerians react to the stunning footage
"Beautiful, ministry of defence needs to purchase this for our troops another 15.7BN budget."
"Our government will say this is a show. Who no go there no go believe."
"Humans have gone ballistic now ... call of duty on reality."
"Not shocked cos Russians have always been ahead at all times even ahead America in everything."
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"I don’t think this info is complete, Bombs have shrapnels ...Can the suit protect them???"
US invents jet suit
Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that America had invented a flying jet suit.
CNN reported that the force tested a jet suit developed by Gravity Industries. The gadget allows individuals wearing it to fly in the air up to 12,000 feet at the speed of 80 mph.
It should be noted that during the test operation, the tech company tried out the suits with 42 officers at sea, spending a total number of three days.