At last year's CES in Las Vegas, Waydoo launched a relatively cheap electric foil board called the Flyer, which went on sale late in 2019. Now the company has hit Kickstarter with a cheaper follow up called the Flyer One.
After launching its first electric-powered hydrofoil board a couple of years ago, Fliteboard now hopes to further elevate the ride experience with an app that offers detailed ride-tracking and over-the-air updates to improve the board's performance.
Puerto Rican-based Lift Foils is set to launch a 25 mph electric hydrofoil surfboard in September. The US$12,000 eFoil can be recharged from a household power outlet in 2.5 hours, or the $3,000 Lithium Ion battery can be swapped for continuous usage.