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Tiwal 3.2: Introducing The Inflatable Sailboat

Ever wanted to go sailing, but just didn’t have the money to buy a boat? Well, now you do with the Tiwal Inflatable Sailboat. This magnificent creation is the very first high performance inflatable sailing dinghy for water sports; it is designed to make navigation fun and simple and for the thrill of speed and glide. Some of the specs include capacity for one to two people. It’s 10.5 inches in length with a 5.20 m2 / 7.00 m2 (56 sq.ft / 75 sq.ft) sail. It is light, 50kg (111lbs), compact and folds away in two bags. It can be Read More

$7700 Buy

V8 Wet Rod: Make The Water Your Personal Racetrack

The V8 Wet Rod didn’t get that name from a random assignment of letters and numbers. The V8 represents the actual engine, and at 300 horsepower, you’ll feel it the next time you’re out on the water. This 16-foot-long personal water craft can reach a top speed of 65 miles per hour and its Water Jet propulsion system will make that feel a lot faster when you’re chopping across the lake. Convenience-wise, the V8 Wet Rod boasts an ice box under the seat (which you’ll hopefully store only cokes in since drinking and driving is as dangerous on the water Read More

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TUSA SAV-7 EVO Scooter: Take A Cruise With Two Of Your Best Buds

The TUSA SAV-7 EVO Scooter is a step up from the highly popular SAV-7, featuring several upgrades to make it the heir apparent to the diving scooter throne. Its progressive acceleration system includes rotational speed adjustment to allow for precise speed changes while in motion. This easily activated speed adjustment results in smooth effortless riding and lends itself to easy synchronization of speed between divers in a variety of geographical areas and varied current conditions. A LED battery indicator lights up providing the diver with a guide to remaining battery life whenever the device is switched on. Additionally, the three-speed Read More

$2900 Buy

The Water Hoverboard: No Summer Is Complete Without It

Sixteen is the magic number. With the Water Hoverboard, you can zip across the water at 16 miles per hour and scale 16 feet off the surface of the deep, all thanks to a jet attached to the rear. True, it’s kind of cheating when compared to what we envisioned in Back to the Future Part II, but as long as we’re flying high, who cares? The pricing on this starts at around $2,675 — that’s for the hoverboard standalone. For $5,850, you get the complete kit, and for the combined price of $8,325, you can go all out, nabbing Read More

Oru Kayak Wins Shark Tank

Today, we have an update on the Oru Kayak, an origami folding boat that we featured some time ago on the website. Since that time, the price and the stability amped up a bit, and the guys landed a deal with Shark Tank’s Robert Herjavec at $500,000 for 25 percent (an overall valuation of $2 million). If you need a reminder, the Oru Kayak is a light, compact, and elegantly designed piece of functional modern art. On the water, it glides like a dream. It’s stable enough for beginners, and the length and contouring make it fast and sporty enough Read More

$1195 Buy

Go-Float Boat Brings Electric To The Water Better Than Anyone

The Go-Float Vector is one of four in the company’s line of electric boats and one of the only electric planing boats in existence. While it isn’t considered the company’s “bestseller,” it definitely brings the goods in the usability department with speeds of up to 25 miles per hour and 10 hours of cruising time before ever needing a recharge. It’s 100 percent electric and powered by lithium, and it isn’t too shabby in the looks department either. Specifically, the Vector is driven by an inboard, liquid cooled, brushless AC motor powered by a lightweight 72v rechargeable lithium ion battery Read More

Slyde Handboards: Bring On The Summertime!

Summertime is quickly approaching, my friends, and yours truly is making beach preparations while trying to put the unpleasantness of the winter out of my thoughts once and for all (until next season, of course). With all the possibilities ahead and all the cold weather behind, what better way to celebrate than by using Slyde Handboards? Just give this a look and try to tell us it doesn’t look awesome. Go ahead, we dare ya:  Not sure why, but body surfing always seemed more appealing to me — probably my inability to stand up on a surfboard — and there’s Read More

$137 Buy

Crabster CR200: Pray It Doesn’t Evolve

Want to do any underwater exploring? Oh, we know, it isn’t quite warm enough in most parts of the country, but then, with the Crabster CR200, it shouldn’t matter. The South Korea-based mechanical crab keeps you safe and warm aboveground. When standing on its six legs, it measures about six feet, five inches tall, and weighs about 1,322 pounds. (Pray AI never catches up to the point where it thinks for itself; that’s a Godzilla movie waiting to happen.) Anyhow, Crabster can stay on the sea floor “for days at a time,” thanks to the tether connecting it to an external Read More

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