Radinn G2X Jetboard

Jan 22, 2018

Category: Rides

Getting out on top of a board can be tons of fun. The only downside? You need more than just a board to get going. With surfing, that means waves; for wakeboarding, a boat; and for windsurfing… wind. But Radinn’s G2X Jetboard doesn’t need any of those, as it is entirely self-propelled.

You read that right: this stand-up vessel is capable of cruising across the water all by itself. In fact, it can propel you at speeds of over 34 miles per hour. And, since it’s all-electric, it can do it almost silently and with no need to refill on environmentally-unfriendly gasoline. The onboard motor takes just two hours to charge and can be ridden for up to 35 minutes at full speed. And, once you’re out of juice, it’s easy to pull out of the water and head on your way, as it weighs just under 88.2 pounds. Available in your choice of black or white, this whole radical package will run you around $12,135 starting.

Purchase: $12,135+

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