Developed by Alexander Bachev, a professional kitesurf hydrofoil racer campaigning for the Olympic games and his team of talented engineers and designers, SiFly has produced the world’s most user-friendly eFoil. Completely emission-free it lets riders levitate above the water without waves or wind or leaving a wake, at up to 40km/h, for up to 120 minutes per charge.
Founded in 2019, SiFly has quickly entered the market of environmentally friendly battery-powered watercraft. This exciting gadget looks like a surfboard, flies above the water with the quickness of a jet ski and runs on a compact but powerful eco-friendly electric motor.
The boards are made of premium materials and hover approximately 60cm above the water, while the cruising speed is controlled by a hand-held Bluetooth remote.
Sifly’s mission is to revolutionise the watersports market with innovations and clever technology, producing the world’s easiest eFoil to learn on.
The SiFly Easy Rider eFoil is the largest eFoil on the market, boasting a solid 170 l in volume. This allows for beginners to master the process of flying above the water in the most comfortable way – without the board submerging or being unnecessarily unstable.
The huge 1900 mm2 wings are especially designed for a low flying speed, meaning that the board starts to hover at speeds as low as 14 km/h!
The SiFly eFoils are perfect for newbies because of their strategic design aiming to simplify eFoiling for people who have never dived into the world of watersports before. However, businesses can also benefit from the special state of the art software features such as geofencing and session timers.
With local offices in the UAE, Turkey and Greece, SiFly is able to ship to the eFoiling hotspots of the world promptly. Users can choose between a wide range of products – from 3 types of premium hardtop boards to the budget friendlier soft-top and inflatable boards.
You can find out more at www.sifly.global!
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