This 'Electric Jet Surfboards' Surfboard Doesn't Need Waves

On 13-March, 2019

Surftek Surfboards having a large collection of electric surfboards which is an electric jet board that lets riders surf calm waters. Electric Jet Surfboards can reach speeds up to 21 miles per hour and it's controlled by a wireless remote. Following is a transcript of our website.

Surfing without waves? Surftek Surfboards providing electric jet surfboards. Not waves? No problem. Surftek is also in for a treat. The electric jet board is perfect for lakes that prohibit electric-powered boats. Cut across calm waters with ease. The jet propulsion will thrust you forward. But how?

A wireless remote allows riders to control speed. The electric jet surfboard can travel up to 21 mph. It weighs 26.5 pounds. Surftek Surfboards claims 20 minutes of ride time at full thrust. The battery takes two hours to fully charge. But you will need to wait 30 minutes for it to cool down first.

It could be tough to find your balance but you will be on your way after a few attempts. These thrills are not cheap. An electric powered surfboard will set you back $8,500 only.

Surfboards are great and all, but they are unmanageable to transfer from beach to beach. We also have the Surftek Nautilus 330 is an inflatable surfboard with handlebars and a 15HP electric jet-ski style motor which can propel you up to 30MPH. Since it is expendable, it can squish down and travel with you easily.

Although, you may want to ask yourself if you even need a surfboard with a motor. I thought the whole idea was to use the power of the wave and it can be happened by motorized surfboards. I suppose to be it makes things much hardcore to get some extra speed. Instead, you can ride it on flat, quiet waters too, so there is that bonus. This thing will happen to cruise up to 40 minutes on a full charge.

The one other downside? The Surftek Nautilus 330 will cost you around $9,999 more than the old school version. And for those looking for something a bit sturdier, there’s always the aluminum and carbon fiber Surftek Nautilus 330, which is “only” about $9,999.