Electrafin Motorized Stand-Up Paddleboards

Mar 25, 2014

Category: Gear

That stand-up paddleboarding is no joke. Usually it just takes us about 20 minutes before our shoulders start begging for sweet mercy. The Electrafin from Current Drives is an electric motor conversion kit that can take that 20-minute trip and triple it at the very least. The option to paddle or coast is now yours.

This is a silent, zero emission, battery-powered electric drive system that turns s any stand-up paddleboard, longboard, or kayak into a human-electric hybrid. It installs in less than a minute and is controlled with a marine-grade wireless remote control on your wrist or paddle. You’re looking at a top speed of about 4-5 mph, and the waterproof battery lasts 6 hours on a single charge. Watch the video below. [Purchase]

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