Electric SUP comparison – E-SUP

Electric SUP comparison

Our Electric SUP comparison should give you a good overview about the different electric SUP surfboards aka E-SUP (SUP = stand up paddle board) which are available on the market.

If you want to compare electric surfboards, please visit our electric surfboard comparison.

If you want to compare electric hydrofoils, please visit our electric hydrofoil comparison.

If you want to compare petrol powered surfboards, please refer to our petrol powered jetboard comparison.

E-SUP comparison

BrandPrice
(EUR + VAT)
availableSpeed
(km/h)
Range
(min)
Weight
(kg)
TypeProp.More
details
Bixpy
Conversion Kit
810now3 - 9.5540 - 754.1conversion kit1
Impeller
Bixpy
BlueDrive
Power Fin
460now3 - 7120 - 2405.7conversion kit1
Propeller
BlueDrive
Current Drives
ElectraFin
1,610sold out6 - 83007,26conversion kit1
propeller
Current
ePropulsion
Lagoon
650now5 - 8.5540 - 654conversion kit1
propeller
Lagoon
Scubajet1,075 - 1,325now5 - 810 - 1803conversion kit1
jet
Scubajet
Sipaboards
Allrounder
1,610now4180n/acomplete board1
jet
Sipaboard
SUPjet1,375now89021,8complete board1
jet
Supjet
Wavejet1,000 - 3,500now4458,4
+ board
complete board2
jet
Wavejet

You can easily compare by price, availability, speed, length, range, weight type (conversion kit or complete board) and propulsion.

We want to highlight that all data in these tables are from the manufacturers and probably measured under ideal conditions. Light rider, no wind, no waves, etc.

In our section “reviews” you will see more and more tests and we are currently planning to setup a lab were we can actually test all boards on our own in the same conditions.

Especially the speed and duration can vary a lot based on the riders weight and style.

Please let us know, if you think we missed a brand. Ideally through our forum.

You can discuss and ask questions in our forums E-SUP section.

electric SUP comparison
electric SUP comparison

Please note that E-SUPs are goof too cruise on a lake or on the sea with small waves at 5 – 10 km/h. Fore more action with speeds from 20 to 60 km/h check the electric surfboards or petrol powered jetboards.

We hope this table is helpful for you.

Keep on riding!