Isle of Wight to Poole on an E-Foil

Now that's one way to commute…

Welcome back to another video, this week I am back home on the Isle of Wight in the UK and I am putting my Fliteboard to the test again! This time it is to see how far and electric foil board can go and what range a Fliteboard has… I haven't done many long distances in the board yet, so this is a genuine test… stay tuned on their channels too for a full video coming soon. However this is the behind the scenes from the project!! I have to say I am genuinely impressed with how far I made it and it was an exiting adventure, not to mention pretty scary at times with the shipping traffic, open ocean, rocks, sand banks and all sorted of unexpected potential issues… like getting on the board without getting wet!! 😅 Just like I imagine James Bond would commute, this thing Is some Insane future technology that will Revolutionise Water transportation Into the future. And living on an island highlights that even more!! A good day out!!

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