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The World's First Electric Wakeboard - In Video

The world's first electric wakeboard, Wakejet Cruise, can travel up to 46 kmh (28 mph) for 20-40 minutes. The internal system consists of a custom-built electric motor, a total of three computers, GPS, communicating systems and the cutting-edge of lithium-ion battery technology.

Wakejet Cruise enables watersports enthusiasts all over the world to discover a new dimension of riding possiblities. 

Combining the agility and speed of wakeboarding with the freedom of surfing, it allows for riding on the ocean, sea, lakes and rapids.

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The electric motor amplifies the sensation by providing acceleration and speed yet close to zero sound emissions.

Tomorrow's Technology Today

A total of three computers, integrated GPS, custom engineered mechanics, electronics and software make up the internal drive line of the Wakejet Cruise.

The advanced lithium power pack communicates directly with the Radinn remote control so you can monitor the board's battery health in real time though the five stage light guide.

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The remote is charged wirelessly through induction and developed with sate of the art materials to eliminate water dranage. The Wakejet's computer system analyses internal operating temperature to ensure long term stability.

Innovation for Everyone

The Wakejet is designed with everyone in mind.  When stationary, the board is buoyant for a rider weighing up to 130kg. 

Its removable bindings allow the rider to stand, sit or lie down. Whether a first time user, casual rider or adrenaline rider, customised options are on offer.



Technical Specifications

Power Acceleration and Stability

Speed 37 - 46 kmh

Autonomy - 45 minutes mixed time speed and 20 mins full speed

Recharge - 2 hours

Composite carbon fibre/kevlar anodized aluminium

Weight - 29 kg

Dimensions - 190 cm x 80cm x 18cm

Thrust- 890 Nm

Warranty - 1 year

The Radinn Magnetic KeyTwo wireless


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