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Lift eFoil

Fly quietly over water with the eFoil electric hydrofoil surfboard at speeds up to 22 knots (25 mph)! The rider uses a waterproof controller using Bluetooth connectivity to power the board from 45 to 55 minutes at cruising speed, or 20 to 25 minutes at full speed. It has a range of about 15 miles. The eFoil can be recharged from a household power outlet in 2.5 hours, just plug it in and go. The eFoil board will initially be available in two sizes, the standard E1 eFoil (more stable with a bigger deck), and the E1 Sport (a smaller board that turns quicker). Available now for pre-order. watch the video below



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