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If you’ve ever been surfing one time, you know the routine:
Paddle against the waves for 45 minutes, get knocked back by a few waves, choke on seawater, then look back and notice you’ve only made it about 20 yards from the ocean.
We wanted to bring the world’s best water sport to the water near you, and along the way, we made the most affordable e-surfboard without compromising performance.
To be clear this Setro Powered Surfboard is a surfboard, not a rocket (although you might have a hard time telling the difference once you ride one).
Forget about waiting for the perfect weather conditions or the perfect wave. Surf in Kansas in the winter, at your local pond, or in your neighbor’s pool. Surf in Austria, surf in Lesotho, or even surf in Mongolia for all we care.
Beat the other surfers out to the big waves, or take this on a still lake.
With Setro Powered Surfboard Surfboard, there are no more limits–just pure fun.
It is tiring and frustrating to fail again and again when learning sea wave surfing–that has stopped many people from enjoying one of the world’s greatest sports. With Setro Powered Surfboard Board, anyone can master the ocean in 5 minutes. It cuts the pain and leaves all the good.
No matter who we show this to–from people who can’t swim, to people who spend every day chasing waves–everyone simply loves it.
In addition to the 30 mph top speed and the generous 1.5 hour battery, here are a few other features that set us apart from every Powered Surfboard on the market:
Swappable battery. With simple swapping the battery, you define how long you would like to play.
Light Weight. Easy to carry around.
Almost no maintenance required. Save time and hassle in maintaining the board.
After nearly 4 full years of research and development, we are beyond excited to launch this product and get it into the hands of clients.
We have designed the best match of motor, control unit, battery management, and water cooling system, which altogether guarantee the best performance available on a Jetsurf Surfboard.
We’re working on an upgraded security leash to keep your new Setro Jetsurf Board safe, custom footpads for more control, a custom stand, and a big surprise if we can make the stretch!
Why Jet surf is still so expensive
High cost price. The manufacturers are using powerful motors and batteries, durable carbon body, the latest technology. Development of a new model takes 2-3 months. To justify the cost of production, manufacturers are forced to sell products at such a high price.
Minimal competition. There are hundreds of phone manufacturers, thousands of home appliances, and there are very few in the field of jet-surfing. The competition is practically absent, so manufacturers can set high prices for their products. If new brands will appear on the market and will find a cheaper way to produce jet-surfs without losing quality, the big players will also be forced to lower the prices.
Low popularity. Jet surfing is not widespread yet. Therefore, companies spend a lot of money on attracting customers and advertising. This also affects the cost, increases it - the more money the manufacturer spends on promotion, the more is the cost of the products.
Most likely, in 2-3 years the prices for jet-surfs will start to decrease. This will be due to the popularization of this sport, the emergence of new technologies and players in the market.
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Onean Electric Jetboard now available to buy!
How much does the Onean Carver and Carver X cost?
Each Onean jetboard is an electric surfboard and cost between $3390 and $10,980 USD. The carver electric surfboard price starts at $3,390 and the Onean Carver X price starts at $5,990. This is the same price as the Aquila electric surfboard line since they are produced by the same manufacturing company.
How long does it take to ship?
Purchases of new boards take 1-4 weeks to ship depending on availability and destination address. We can also ship the electric surfboard anywhere in the USA and foreign countries as well. Please feel free to reach out if you want to buy an electric surfboard! Please contact us for a quote!
What is the battery life on each model?
The Onean Carver X is powered by two batteries, its battery life is 40 minutes when riding at mixed speeds. The Onean Caver and Manta models run off of one battery but still have a run time of 40 minutes. These batteries are exactly the same as for any other Onean products, meaning you can also use your current batteries from the Carver and Manta model.
Who is it for?
We believe the Onean boards are great for people looking for an innovative way to surf the ocean on an electric surfboard. Not only can you surf in the ocean with this product but it would also be great on a water source such as a lake, bay, or even a river!
How much does the board weigh?
The weight of the boards ranges from 26.5 Pounds to 39 Lbs depending on which model you decide to purchase. The Carver is 26.5 pounds and the Carver X is 39 pounds.
How fast can the jet board/electric surfboard go?
Again this depends on the model, but the carver can reach speeds of 21 mph to 25 mph with a 165 lb rider on board. If you are above 185 pounds we recommend going with the Carver X and the speed top speed is still to be determined.
What are people saying about the Onean Brand of electric powered jetboards?
After looking over the electric surfboard reviews across the web of customers who have bought one, we have decided this was a good product for our company to expand into. We believe that this new technology is going to change the way we enjoy tradition water sports and creates innovation in the space of water surfing and traditional surfing methods.
Check out the Onean products in the electric surfboard video below!
Are motorized surfboards set to take over surfing?
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Are motorized surfboards set to take over surfing? Recent developments in the technology that drives them have seen the craft ridden in some of the heaviest waves on the planet. Hawaiian waterman Kai Lenny, who also windsurfs as well as rides conventional surfboards and SUPs, recently rode a Jet Surf motorized board at Jaws, the famous Maui big-wave spot. His waves at the break (see above) are considered the largest ever ridden on a motorized board.
The Jet Surf uses a 17-horsepower 100cc gasoline-powered water-jet engine (similar to that of a personal watercraft, like a Sea-Doo) to propel riders along the surface of the water at speeds as fast as 35 mph. Riders stand on the carbon-fiber board, loop their feet through a pair of straps, and grab the handheld throttle, which is tethered to the front of the board.
The engines are made by Czech company MSR Engines, which specializes in the development of combustion engines and special electronics for such clients as BMW, Skoda, and KTM. The key to the performance of the Jet Surf is its light weight. Fully fitted up, the whole kit comes in at just over 30 pounds—light enough to take on an airplane. The price, on the other hand, isn’t exactly dainty, with a factory model costing around $15,000.
The Jet Surf has also been ridden at Nazaré, with Brazilian big-wave surfer Pato Teixeira riding huge waves at the Portuguese break in 2014. Of course Jet Surf is not the only powered board that has been ridden at such waves. Garrett McNamara has surfed another motorized version called the WaveJet at both Jaws and Nazaré. The WaveJet has the advantage of not needing gasoline, as it uses a lithium-battery-powered jet-propulsion system. The WaveJet is also cheaper, retailing at a third of the price of the Jet Surf, and is quieter and more environmentally friendly. However, with top speeds of 10 mph, it generates significantly less speed than the Jet Surf.
Either way, these two models are pushing the boundaries of what is possible on a motorized surfboard. And with some of the world’s best big-wave riders using the craft in some of the heaviest waves on the planet, it is only a matter of time before they become increasingly common in the lineup. After all, what surfer really likes paddling?
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The best electric surfboards for your toy box
The electric surfboard market has boomed in the last few years as yacht owners switch out their paddleboards for something a little more high-octane. By far the coolest way to get around, riders can blast across the ocean at up to 40mph with a waterproof throttle in the palm of their hand, slicing through the waves as they go. Even Mark Zuckerburg was seen hopping on the trend after a video went viral of the Facebook founder flying the American flag as he carves through the water on an electric hydrofoiling surfboard. If you're looking to up your water toy game, here's our pick of the best electric surfboards money can buy...
The Lift3 and Lift3 Elite eFoils are the two latest electric hydrofoil surfboard models from Puerto Rican company Lift Foils - Mark Zuckerburg's board builder of choice. With an updated shape for increased aerodynamics and manoeuvrability, the Lift3 can reach speeds of 30 mph and has a ride time of up to two hours on a two-hour charge. Available in four different sizes, the Lift3 is controlled by an ergonomic waterproof wireless Bluetooth hand controller and packs enough power to pull two riders at the same time. Elsewhere, the new model features redesigned edges and water release points for a smoother, more stable ride on the water, balancing both stability and performance.
From $10,900 to $14,000, liftfoils.com
Awake RÄVIK 3
This electric jet board is the latest iteration from Swedish boardmaker Awake, designed for fast straights, sharp corners, and superlative acceleration. Built in carbon fibre, the RÄVIK 3 can reach a top speed of 53kph and can go from 0-50 in just five seconds. Whether you want to race a friend or potter about bays, a mobile phone app provides the rider with four rider modes depending on mood or experience; KIDS, ECO, SPORT and EXTREME. The award-winning board is controlled by a wireless throttle, weighs 40kg, and can run up to 40 minutes.
From €11,900, awakeboards.com
Fliteboard Series 2
Near silent, emission free and lightweight, this new and improved Fliteboard hydrofoil jet board lifts 70 centimetres into the air, giving the sensation of flying over water. Powered by a 2.1kW lithium battery, Fliteboard Series 2 gives you a reported 90-minute run-time and allows the rider to control the speed via a handheld Bluetooth remote. Fliteboard's 2021 lineup of powered boards features all-new advanced carving models such as the ULTRA, designed for pro-riders and fitted with a True Glide propeller that allows users to harness the power of the waves to propel forward.
Onean Carver Twin
Onean's Carver Twin features a double jet system allowing riders up to 90kg to experience the thrill of planing across the surface of the ocean. Its twin jets can eject more water without draining the battery for top-of-the-range performance and a top speed of 37kph. Easy to use and offering up 40 minutes of ride time, the Carver Twin is the perfect all-rounder and can be mastered in a matter of minutes. Controlled by a wireless remote, riders can adjust the speed with its pressure sensor system.
Beginner boarders may look no further than Radinn’s Explore jet board. It's a reliable board that's built to last with a durable undercoating, built-in bumper and a full-impact deck pad - perfect for rowdy charter guests. Powered by an ultra-quiet electric motor and controlled by a wireless, handheld remote, riders can blast across the water at up to 25mph. LED indicators will let you know how much juice is left in the battery. When you're running low, simply the swap the batteries and you’re good to go for round two. Radinn boards can be configured to suit: choose between 'standard' and 'pro' performance for speed with optional extras for extended range.
From €6,500, radinn.com
Jet Surf Electric
Jet Surf is known for their fast, petrol-powered jet boards, from its Adventure model offering up to three hours of cruising, to its top-of-the-line Race Titanium model, which has an eye-watering top speed of 40mph. But, for 2020, Jet Surf have introduced an all new electric option to its line up. Maintaining the same DNA as the rest of the Jet Surf family, the Electric model has a full carbon fibre hull made for perfect manoeuvrability and speed (and only weighs 29kg).
From €10,990 jetsurf.com
Mertek's electric surfboard is inflatable so it's easy to move around and less prone to damage. Perfect for superyacht stowage, it folds down to a third of its full size. Controlled by a wireless remote with eight-speed settings, the board can run for an hour at a standard speed and can reach up to 16mph. A hydrofoil fin allows the board to skim the water (so there's less bump from the waves). There’s a handle on both sides making it easy to climb up from the water and hold on when using it like a body board.
The carbon fibre jet board is electric-powered with a swappable battery system that takes just 30 seconds to change over, so you can spend more time out on the water and less time faffing with batteries. A swallow tail allows for greater hold and traction, while twin fins let you carve through the water with ease. There's a bluetooth throttle control, LED battery level indicator and a glove compartment to store valuables.
From €24,999, oloboards.com
Wave Jam 156
The Wave Jam is designed for a thrilling ride on the water that requires relatively little balance or skill. This souped-up bodyboard has a top speed of 10mph and almost an hour of run time. A three-speed setting means you can set the pace; to steer you simply lean in the direction you wish to go. It’s light – just 24 kg – and compact so perfect for any superyacht toy box.
From £4,461 asapwatercrafts.com
JETSURF Electric review
Time for our JETSURF Electric review after riding it for a couple of weeks. After seeing prototypes 3 years in a row the electric powered Jetsurf is finally available since early summer 2020.
Well, at least it was if ordered in the beginning of 2020. Currently new orders will not ship before December 2020 or even move into 2021. Jetsurf was the leader of motorized surfboards since a decade due to their dominant market position in petrol powered boards. Now they are getting more competition due to electric powered surfboards and eFoils as you can see in our electric surfboard comparison and electric hydrofoil comparison.
For this JETSURF Electric review we ordered the board at boot 2020 and received it May 15th 2020. More than 2 months later we would like to share our experience. As already mentioned in our 2020 preview article from January the Jetsurf Electric is made out of high quality components and it is a beautiful board. You feel the experience the team around Martin Sula after 10 years and they brought all this know how to the electric version.
JETSURF Electric review: Who ist it for?
Other than the Lampuga Air Jetboard, we wouldn’t call the Jetsurf a leisure or family board. It has the DNA of an race board and is more difficult to ride. Although they are offering a TUBE for beginners and kids, it is really designed for adrenalin junkies who are looking for high speeds and tight turns. The most comparable product would be the Ewave Jetboard or potentially the Magic-Surf.
The riding feels similar to wakeboarding or snowboarding in powder. The tight foot straps give you a lot of control for aggressive maneuvers and high speeds up to 50 km/h. But be careful, if you want to bring the board to the limits, we strongly suggest to wear a vest and full face helmet.
What do you get?
We made an unboxing video which shows you the components in more detail:
The Jetsurf Electric comes in 2 boxes. The first box contains the board in a board bag. The board bag has several handles and 2 wheels which make it easy to transport. We love to use our Onewheel to bring the board in this bag to the beach. If you insert the battery however, the bag with wheels may not be able to handle this forever. The handles are not made for such weight.
In the bag you will not only find the light full carbon fibre board, but also a stand to setup your board at the beach, a big microfibre towel to keep the nice board clean from drying water drops, a screwdriver (one driver fits for all screws you need for setup and turn down), documentation for registering your board, a water-proof smartphone case and two arm wrists for the security pin.
Other than most electric jetboards the Jetsurf boards have a hollow hull. Since it is a race board they don’t use any foam to save weight. The petrol powered jetboards need actually a hollow hull as the combustion engine needs air and the hull is based on these boards. The disadvantage is that it needs more maintenance before and after the ride to check if any water is inside the hull. You don’t have this with other jetboards or eFoils.
JETSURF Electric review: Setup
Before you go on the water there are a few steps necessary. Of course you need to charge the battery. The battery comes in a bag which you can open with a flap and mesh to let fresh air in while charging. Yes, you can charge the battery inside the bag. Charging is about 2.5 to 3 hours. The good thing is that you don’t need to charge the remote as it is wired (not wireless) and connected through the handle.
After that you put the board on the stand and proof if any water inside. In order to do that you remove a plate on the top with 4 screws in order get access to 2 covers for the motor compartment and the ventilation system.
Once everything is fine you can install the three fins. The main fin is secured with 4 screws while the two other fins are plug and play FSC fins. The advantage of the FSC fins is that you can easily replace them and play around with different models to adjust the riding style.
The next step is to insert the battery and lock it with the 4 quick releases as you can see in the unboxing video above. Unfortunately, the stand designed for the light petrol boards does not seem to be stable enough when the battery is inserted. It’s a pretty shaky thing and it is probably just a question of time until it falls over.
Now put the security pin into the handle for 5 seconds to activate the board. The indicator LED on the board will show a blue light blinking. Now take the pin out again. The board will be now active for 5 minutes. If you put in the pin again within the 5 minutes the board will come up with a tone to confirm it is ready. The LED will be green if the capacity of the battery is above 75%. Push the trigger of the handle and the engine will start. Always take out the security pin if you do not want to ride.
JETSURF Electric review: The ride
Once you ride you will be able to see the LED indicator on the board:
- green: 100-75% battery capacity
- blue: 75-50% battery capacity
- orange: 50-25% battery capacity
- red: under 25% battery capacity
When the indicator LED light turns red, there is about two minutes of riding time remaining before the motorized surfboard turns to Safe Return Mode. Safe Return Mode decreases the power that you can surf laying on the board back to the beach. Up to 400 meters.
The 3 kWh battery is water-cooled while you are riding and gives you a riding time of about 30 minutes. It is depending on the riding style and the weight of the rider. Maximum rider weight is 100 kg. The board offers 6 kW power (about 8 horse power) which is relatively low compared to other premium Jetboards. However, it doesn’t feel like this which is probably due to the light weight and shape of the board. With 50 km/h it is however slower than some other Jetboards.
How does the ride feel? It is definitely fun! The Jetsurf boards (no matter if electric or petrol powered) are more difficult to ride than most other electric surfboards, but if you manage it you will feel in love. It is very agile and has an instant acceleration. With some practice you will even make your first jumps.
After the ride you have to go through the maintenance procedure again. Check if water is inside the hull, dismount the fins, etc. Honestly your spend more time in setting up and turning down the board than you have pure riding time with one battery charge. That’s said you will probably need a break in between as it is an aggressive board, so the total time might be about an hour.
What do like:
+ Light weight
+ Agile riding style
+ high fun factor
+ powerful with instant acceleration
What we do not like:
– Too much maintenance necessary (water, screws, fins)
– User manual needs some work and can be misleading
– Bag with wheels not strong enough to transport battery
– Also the stand ist not strong enough if the battery is in the board
JETSURF: Petrol vs. Electric
Jetsurfs main business is still the petrol powered Jetboards. You don’t have to charge a battery and can easily increase the range by filling in petrol. They are also lighter, easier to transport by plane and certain models have even more power and higher speeds compared to the Jetsurf Electric.
On the other hand they are so much louder, they stink and therefore some regions may restrict the petrol powered Jetboards. Obviously as e-surfer we prefer the electric models, but we also agree that that the petrol boards have advantages if you ignore the noise.
This year only a limited amount of Jetsurf Electric were available for purchase. We hope this number will significantly increase in 2021. We are glad that we have one and will ride it for the rest of the summer 😉
Oh, we almost forgot the price 😉 The Jetsurf Electric is selling for 12,490 EUR plus VAT and shipping. We are planning to offer them trough our shop once they are available in 2021.
For further information and discussions please visit our forum.
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Jetsurf Is A Lightweight, Compact 35MPH Motorized Surfboard
Tired of always coming in just short of a wave because you suck at paddling? Fix your problem like any self-respecting dude would: cheat. And by cheating, we mean trading in your board for a Jetsurf, a motorized surfboard that lets you run after waves at high speeds.
Created by F1 engineer Martin Sula, the board, essentially, combines surfing with jet skiing, creating a whole new way of enjoying the beach. As such, you can ride it in the waves like a surfboard or use it to navigate coasts like a stand-up motorized kayak, zipping through paddle boarders because annoying people is fun.
The Jetsurf weighs a mere 30 pounds, making it considerably lighter than a jet ski, all while being able to clock speeds of up to 35 mph on the water. The company bills it, in fact, as the only motorized water vehicle that’s compact enough to take with you during travels as personal luggage, which makes it very convenient to bring along. It comes in three models: Ultra Sport, Factory and Pro Race. All three have similar designs, with carbon fiber and Kevlar construction, as well as an electronic leash that acts both as throttle and emergency kill cord.
The Ultra Sport is the basic model, with max riding speed of 30 mph, while the Factory steps it up to 34 mph. The Pro Race is the competition board designed for more advanced riders, with a special sport carburetor and a max speed of 35 mph.
Pricing for the Jetsurf starts at $10,000.Check It Out