Electric surfboards are specifically made surfboards that can travel at great speeds over any body of water and are powered by lithium-ion batteries. They don’t just rely on the energy of the waves to move forward; they also have an electric jet-propulsion system that is controlled by wireless handheld remote control.
Lift Foils are of exceptional quality, are incredibly durable, and have more than ten years of expertise in the electric surfboard business. Electric-powered surfboards work by employing an electric motor and a rechargeable battery to propel the rider into the water. This is also seen in the looks, weight, and feel of the boards.
GLOBAL ELECTRIC WINDSURFING BOARD MARKET SIZE AND FORECAST
The Global Electric Windsurfing Board market accounted for $XX Billion in 2022 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2023 to 2030.
NEW PRODUCT LAUNCH
Onean introduces waveless electric motorised surfboards Two battery-powered surfboards from the Spanish watersports company Onean have been unveiled; they enable surfing in the absence of swell (+ movie). The electric board design is a project that the Basque Country brand is currently working on.
Its first two models, Carver and Manta, have recently been released in collaboration with product development firm Bizintek Innova. The Carver model, which resembles a conventional longboard in shape, is driven by a 440-Watt dual-core electric motor and an axial water pump created by Onean’s parent company Aquila Boards. A handheld device that can alter power levels is used to remotely regulate the motor.
With a battery life of up to 20 minutes at its top speed, surfers may use the board to slalom over the ocean at high speed without having to depend on waves for propulsion.
Battery replacement is simple, and charging takes two hours. The Manta variant, which is more rectangular and powered by identical parts, is intended for less experienced surfers and allows for cruising on calmer water surfaces like canals.
With a single charge, the board can travel at high speeds of seven to eight kilometres per hour and can be used continuously for more than two hours. It is referred to as “the greatest option for those willing to cruise into uncharted locations” by Onean.
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