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    Electric standup coming to market?

    This doesn't look promising.

    30-65 minutes running time
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    Re: Electric standup coming to market?

    And it looks like a freestyle based hull with a short pole. I wouldnt be able to ride the thing for more than 5 min at a time with my back. No thanks!
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    Re: Electric standup coming to market?

    Yeeeeeeeeeaaaaaaa!
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    Re: Electric standup coming to market?

    380lbs?

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    Re: Electric standup coming to market?

    Quote Originally Posted by bandit88 View Post
    And it looks like a freestyle based hull with a short pole. I wouldnt be able to ride the thing for more than 5 min at a time with my back. No thanks!
    that is a good chunk of its battery life, so you could spread your 5 minute rides out over the afternoon and the battery would last!

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    Re: Electric standup coming to market?

    If I had an extra 18k to blow on a ski right now, it wouldn't be that one
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    Re: Electric standup coming to market?

    I applaud the concept and the use of advanced technologies. It's not for me right now but I'm glad somebody is working on a machine for the future.

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    Re: Electric standup coming to market?

    A Floating Electric Chair...

    Stay away from salt water lol

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    Re: Electric standup coming to market?

    i think you have to understand new technology to know that battery's and electronics are more resilient to water intrusion than they have been in the past , a good example is remote control cars ,planes ,boats , etc you can pretty much run them under water and not have to stress about water affecting the circuitry , i would guess the designers of the electric ski would have gone to a lot of effort to ensure that every thing is 100% water tight like a fishes arshole or if not watertight water wont affect its reliability !
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    Re: Electric standup coming to market?

    Quote Originally Posted by hyosung View Post
    i think you have to understand new technology to know that battery's and electronics are more resilient to water intrusion than they have been in the past , a good example is remote control cars ,planes ,boats , etc you can pretty much run them under water and not have to stress about water affecting the circuitry , i would guess the designers of the electric ski would have gone to a lot of effort to ensure that every thing is 100% water tight like a fishes arshole or if not watertight water wont affect its reliability !
    Yes, I wrote that hyperbolic comment to find out more (elicit a response) about the built-in safeguards against electric shock and water intrusion that this new electric ski has.

    I have great respect and admiration for the incredible effort, time and money (sweat, blood and tears) it took to produce this nice work of engineering.

    Since I'm not an Electrician nor an Electrical Engineer, I was curious about the possible stray current in case of flooding.

    I suppose that the Motor Bay is hermetic since no fresh air is needed? Motor is Liquid cooled: Closed or Open Loop?

    Assume it has Fuses; what about Motor and/or Battery overheat detection? Lithium-based Battery?

    More details on their web page would be nice.

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