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Sipaboard | Self-inflating Electric Sup

Sipaboard is the world´s first self-inflating, electric and smart stand-up-paddle board! The board features an emission-free and barely audible, built-in jet propulsion system, providing up to 3.5 knots of assistance, a great feature to get out on the water quicker and paddle further, upstream and against the current. The motor is controlled easily by wireless controls built into the handle of the paddle, and for safety purposes, automatically shuts off if the paddle falls in the water. The board is also self-inflating, with the motor doubling as pump and doing all the hard work for you, and when ready, Sipaboard is rock-hard and can withstand rigorous wear and tear. watch the video



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