How does it work?
The eFoil uses an advanced lithium-ion battery to power a silent electric motor that’s mounted on an all-carbon fiber hydrofoil, all controlled with a wireless Bluetooth hand controller. Riders can fly for over an hour at speeds of up to 25 mph.
Where are you located?
We are ready to get you soaring above the water in Cape May, Ocean City, Long Beach Island, and Sandy Hook.
Call us at 609-736-0476 and we'll co-ordinate you fun day above the water.
Who can use a Lift eFoil?
Larger people are capable of riding a Lift eFoil, but our factory recommendations are 100 lbs. – 235 lbs.
What is the difficulty level?
People who have any experience surfing, skateboarding, snowboarding and/or foiling will quickly be able to master the Lift eFoil.
For those with no experience, do not worry. It’s very easy to learn how to use a Lift eFoil. The engineers at Lift specifically designed a system that is easy to use and fun for all types of levels- from beginners to advanced riders.
See below for a video of a first time rider.
What type of safety features exist in the eFoil?
There are multiple safety features in the electronic system that will be reflected clearly to the owners before final purchases are made. The most important safety feature to note is the use of protective equipment and caution while using the product to avoid injury while riding. We will provide videos and tutorials to aid the owners in their learning experience.
What happens if I run low on battery while riding the eFoil?
The controllers will automatically throttle you back to a low power setting allowing you to get back to shore safely.
How much maintenance does the Lift eFoil require?
Our components and cables are triple sealed from moisture and composed of high quality corrosion resistant materials requiring little to no maintenance.
The most important maintenance is to regularly inspect your board for damages that could have occurred after wipeouts and/or regular use. Proper cleaning with fresh water and storage outside the sun after use is also advised.
Whitney’s First Ride on an eFoil