Oneon Electric Surfboards

Aug 21, 2015

Category: Rides

If you’re one of the many U.S. citizens who live surrounded by land, surfing is probably the last thing you’d be interested in. However, now there’s such a thing as the Oneon Electric Surfboard, which allows users to surf on still bodies of water.

The surfboard uses an electric engine to push out a jet stream of water that propels its rider across rivers, channels or lakes. It comes in two models, one that’s intended for speed (the Carver), and another that’s intended for peaceful cruising (the Manta). The Carver puts out 4400W of power, while the Manta putters along with 450W. The Carver is also much sleeker than the Manta, as it’s designed to, well, carve through the water. They’re both available for pre-order now starting at $3,800. There’s also a third board currently in the making named the Blade, that’s much smaller than both, but let’s not get ahead of ourselves. [Purchase]

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