The two models released, the Carver and the Manta, cater to a broad swatch of water sport enthusiasts.
The Carver is shaped like a traditional surfboard and is jet-powered by a 440-watt electric engine that allows users to fly across the water’s surface at high speeds while performing sharp, carving turns. When used consistently at full-throttle, the board’s battery will last 20 minutes on a two-hour charge.
The larger, more rectangular Manta model, is a bit more like a paddleboard for folks who don’t want to actually, well, paddle. It has a top speed of roughly 5 mph and is designed for those looking for a more leisurely time on the water, with a battery that can last two hours on a single charge.
The batteries for both boards are interchangeable, and both are currently available for pre-order and will ship later this year. The Carver retails at around $4,000 while the Manta comes to $3,800.
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