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What is an electric jetboard?
We have all seen surfers riding waves on all kinds of surfboards.
There are templates, shapes and sizes for almost all big and small waves, clean and bumpy sea conditions.
Electric jetboard is a luxurious toy that looks like an ordinary surfboard, but hides the soul of a jet ski inside. Its creators designed an extremely powerful motor that could fit inside the board and reach speeds of over 30 miles per hour.
There are also electric stand up paddle boards and electric hydrofoil surf boards, both of which are significantly cheaper options than the traditional electric surf board, and lower on performance as well.
What are the benefits of using an electric surfboard?
An electric surfboard allows you to navigate the water without waves. You will be able to experience surfing at a high level without all the work that goes into learning to surf.
How fast can an electric surfboard go?
A battery operated surfboard can go very fast.
The fastest high-end electric boards use a dual-jet propulsion system and two batteries that allow users to effortlessly flying above the water.
Most electric jetboards are capable of reaching 30 miles per hour.
AdmitJet Electric surfboards with 12KW electric motor can get top speed 35 MPH.
How does a jetboard work?
They are equipped with a handheld wireless remote-controlled electric jet propulsion system and do not rely solely on wave power for speed.
However, electric surfboards are not designed to replace traditional surfboards. In fact, they are targeting a wider market, including the high-speed water sports and boating industries.
Battery-powered surfboards require a hydrodynamic design that combines drive mechanisms and technology to propel the device forward in seconds.
The Histroy of the electric jetboards:
Motorized Surfboards – Hobie Alter’s 1960 Jet Board Model
Electric surfboard: from prototype to commercial models
The first electric surfboard was built in Australia in 1935.
“Surf Scooter” was a motorized surfboard built to help lifeguards rescue struggling or drowning swimmers on Sydney’s Bondi Beach.
The project was abandoned after the first tests and the innovative idea hibernated for 25 years.
In 1960, American water sports entrepreneur and pioneer Hobart “Hobie” Alter developed a surfboard with an outboard motor.
In the first decade of the 2000s, there was an attempt to market a jet-assisted surfboard designed to paddle faster and catch waves more easily.
But the niche product would have to wait another ten years to really catch the interest of water sports enthusiasts.
Today these portable electric water boards are intuitive, versatile and extremely fun, making them a complement to traditional surfing.
Is Jet boarding difficult? How do you ride a jet board?
The e jetboard is an easy-to-use water sports device.
They are actually much easier than learning to surf on a standard surfboard as the horsepower and overall length, width and thickness of the board provide all the stability you need to start moving.
To put things in perspective, riding an electric surfboard is probably as easy as riding a jet ski.
You can try it in open ocean waves, soft rollers, and even bigger, back-breaking waves.
When the ocean is flat, or you find yourself inland near an attractive body of water, you can always jump on it and carve.
Weight is no longer a problem.
A modern electric jet surfboard can take passengers up to 200 pounds (90 kilograms) to full plane in no time. AdmitJet e surfboard has a max load of 308 pounds (140 kilograms).
How much are electric Jetboards?
Electric surfboards can cost anywhere from a few thousand dollars to nearly $20,000, depending on the model and company you decide to go with.
Some of the popular brands include Awake, Lift, Lampuga, Hison, Radinn, Xtream.
For example, Lampuga Air, the price is 13,679€ incl. German VAT – without shipping.
However, there are still many other brands jetboards on the market as the industry is relatively new and rapidly evolving to meet demand.
Batteries are another significant cost on these boards, so there would be another thousand to the total cost, if you decide to buy an additional one with your board.
After 5 years of research and development, the AdmitJet Electric Jet surfboard has a top speed of 35 MPH, a ride time of about 1 hour, and is very reasonably priced at just under $5000, much lower than other electric surfboards on the market.
The other one has the same proformance but uses EPP (Expanded Polypropylene) material, is lighter and can reach speeds of up to 60 km/h. At just $3,999, it’s a lot cheaper than other jet boards, check it out here:
Today the world of electric surfboards is still in its infancy and there is considerable room for improvement. One of the key reasons for the high prices is also the fact that there is no mass production at the moment.
We hope that soon we can see the time when electric jetboards will be available to everyone and all surfers will have a great time, and when that time comes, we will make sure to let you know first.
AdmitJet ST-ES12KW Electric Surfboard:
The best fun for everyone.
FAST Easy transport. Easy to inflate Quick on the water.
FLEXIBLE Inflatable and infinite possibilities.
SIMPLE removable feed box easy to change.
STRONG Massive thrust with low power consumption.
CONTROL Handheld Controller, control by weight transfer.
POWER Environmentally friendly electrical technology keeps operating costs low.
Speed: 55km/h (35 mph)
Battery Capacity: 72V 58Ah lithium ion battery
Battery life: up to 60 minutes
Charge: up to 120 minutes
Weight: 38 kg (power box, about 17 kg)
Accessories: foot straps, anti-slip pads
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