In our electric surfboard interview section you will learn from the makers of the industry what is driving them.
These pioneers spend endless hours developing something nobody has done before. They take risks and make major investments as they believe the electric surfboard dream.
The picture above shows a test of a prototype which went ways after sunset.
The CEOs and founders of the e-surfer companies share their thoughts about how the future may look like for this sport and what the challenges are.
Compared to electric skateboards an e-surfboard needs much more power, which easily can lead into heating problems. And of course, the battery, the controller and the remote control need to be absolut waterproof.
In our electric surfboard interview we are also learning about their hobbies as teenagers. As you can guess a lot of waterspouts, but also snowboarding and riding longboards.
Some share what their next steps will be and what we can expect for the future.
We were reaching out for interviews to Nick Leason, Prof. Jack Langelaan and Prof. Jakob Kuttenkeuler based on our Electric foil patents article “Is a questionable patent slowing down the e-Foil trend?”.
We had already a few opportunities to meet Waterwolf e-surfboard founder Markus Schilcher. He is visiting us a few times a year to show us his latest prototypes.
Reason enough for an interview with him as he is the brain behind one of the first electric surfboards which is available for sale in higher quantities. His product is in the market since 3 years and has now proven to be ready for the market.
These are busy days for Liftfoils CEO Nick Leason as he is preparing the initial launch of the eFoil later this year. In our eFoil interview from July 2017 he is giving his some insights about him and his company.
We prepared a catalog of 10 questions for our eFoil interview which Nick was able to answer even while he is currently travelling.