Electric surfboard
Surfboard driven by lithium battery
Electric surfboard is a kind of surfboard driven by lithium battery. A built-in lithium battery can provide about one hour of kinetic energy for the motor. The surfboard was originally designed for entertainment, but it was quickly favored by rescue teams and lifeguards. This lightweight water tool is cheap, more convenient than ships and jet boards, and can be used for rescue purposes.
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This jet electric surfboard was originally driven by common fuel. Later, its inventor, Jason Wardz, a designer in California, decided to use the torque advantage provided by the motor, and changed the driving system of this surfboard. For entertainment purposes, this surfboard may take more time to use. At the same time, Wardz has developed a propane power mode to use it in the water for about 3 hours and enhance the power.
The electric surfboard can reach a speed of 18 miles per hour and 25 miles per hour in propane powered mode. In addition, the third mode of this surfboard, the "rescue mode", allows users to achieve high-end electric drive.