Best Electric Jetboards for Surfing

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Electric surfboards are boards that depend on a battery-powered engine. These engines allow them to move across even stagnant waters, and the boards themselves come in many forms, including foils, SUPS, surfboards, and more. Electric surfboards allow you to break out of traditional surfing and allow you to enjoy an endless season of surfing.

#1. Lift eFoil

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The eFoil is a one-of-a-kind model. It’s an electric surfboard that will you give the experience of flying over water. It comes with a lithium-ion battery as a power source, and its motor is silent and has been mounted on the carbon fiberboard.

You can control all of the amazing features with a Bluetooth hand control that comes with it. It can reach an exhilarating top speed of 40.2 km/h. The design of this eFoil is very sleek and is made in a way that it can be parted and re-assembled, making shifting and traveling with it very easy. Lift Foils claims that it can be used by beginners and professionals alike and is completely safe. The electric surfboard is recommended for people over the age of 16.

#2. Awake Ravik Electric Surfboard

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This electric surfboard tops our list for several reasons. The design of the surfboard is eye-catching, and also it has been made in a way for maximizing user experience. It’s the best choice for catering to all requirements of thrill-seekers. In less than four seconds, this electric surfboard can reach a speed of thirty miles per hour.

This machine is a mechanical marvel and had the makers spend over 18 months perfecting the model and design. The Awake Direct drivetrain is its main component that is right now waiting to be patented. The motor is 11 kilowatts that offer serious torque and can take the rider for about a speed of 35 m/ hour. If you love surfing at the core, you will love this electric surfboard.

#3. SUP Jet Electric Stand-Up Paddleboard

SUP is a well-renowned company in the electric surfboard manufacturing industry. This electric paddleboard is perfect for everyday use. Here we get into details. The SUP Jet Electric Stand-Up Paddleboard is made of quality EPS foam, which forms the spine of its durable shell. The paddleboard is light in weight and is corrosion and chemical-resistant,  preventing the board from any potential water damages or hazards.

The maximum speed that this one can reach is about 8 km per hour. So, it’s great for going on a slow ride on the water, especially when you are not able to paddle any longer. It’s no match for the Lift eFoil or the Awake boards, but this board isn’t for that type of thrill seeker. 

The electric motor on the board is emission-free, so if you’re environmentally cautious, this is the board for you. Moreover, this SUP’s battery is detachable and easy to charge. One of our favorite parts about this specific board that brings it as a top third choice is that once charged, the motor can run for up to 1.5 hours. Plus, it doesn’t hurt that the design of the board is elegant and comes with a back fin and an ankle leash. 

#4. Jet Surf Sport

This motorized surfboard comes from the company Jetsurf and is among the three popular models in the electric surfboard industry. The board has been made so that everyone can use it and is especially great for beginners.

This year they have upgraded their surfboards in the fuel efficiency department. So you will be able to use the board for about 60 minutes when the tank is filled with 2.8L of fuel. The board design is sharp and is made from carbon fiber material, which is again a standard when it comes to motorized surfboards. It comes with a special “Kill switch system” that makes this board unique. Basically, it allows you to switch off the engine instantly when the Jetsurf handle and the wrist magnet gets disconnected. It can easily reach top speeds of 48 km/h, which is great.

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