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    I want that surf board! That thing is awesome!
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    Shorts with a beer holder....freakin' brilliant!
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    Another great innovation-- perfect for camping:

    http://www.amazon.com/dp/B000N57NTS/...ag=relprods-20
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    The watermat looks like fun but not for that price. I could also use the shorts but if i am playing golf they really need to hold 2 beers since that is how long it takes me before I get to walk back to the golf cart.
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    has anybody tried to convert that surfboard price to US? is it $1,200 or $12,000 or something else?
    Last edited by wolfeman131; 02-26-2014 at 09:35 PM.
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    $10,000 Euros would be $13,667 USD. I assumed being a German company it was quoting Euros but I may have missed something.
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    Per their webpage, it's 7000 - 9000 euros, depending on model. So $9k - $12K.

    Pretty cool. The top model says the battery lasts 30 minutes.
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    Ok, so it's the $12k and being sold by folks that smoke too much dope. I'm in at $1,200, but no way at $12,000.
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    Sorry, if I was gonna shell out that kind of money for a motorized surfboard, I'd get this one:

    http://www.jet-surf.com/





    The electric propellor one at the top of this thread can go for a weak 20 minutes on a charge.

    Check out the specs on the Jet Surf:

    Two-stroke engine, specially developed for Jetsurf.
    Displacement 86 cc - 100 cc
    Max speed 53 km/h (type Ultra Sport); 57 km/h (type Pro Race)
    Electronic controller The Jetsurf is equipped with an automatic electronic control unit with auto start/stop function.
    Battery Li-FePO4*
    Gasoline consumption max 2 liters / hour
    Gasoline gasoline + oil mix; ratio 1:30

    *The battery is not recharged by the engine, there is no accumulator, therefore the driving time without battery recharge is approximately 4 hours.
    Last edited by trayson; 02-26-2014 at 11:04 PM.
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