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Jetfoiler

Jetfoiler is the latest water toy, it combines two popular surfboard enhancements into one rig, an electric motor and a hydrofoil. The Jetfoiler, basically, installs the electric motor on the hydrofoil instead of the deck, and with a remote control in your hand, you control the speed of your Jetfoiling board. During riding, it functions much like any conventional motorized surfboard, except as soon as you hit a certain speed, all you need to do is lean backward to cruise along above the waters surface, magic carpet style. You can learn more from the official website, and watch the spectacular video below.



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