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Electric kayak PEDAYAK Electric
sit-on-toprigidrecreational

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Characteristics

Type
sit-on-top
Structure
rigid
Intended use
recreational, touring, fishing
Water
sea, river running, flatwater
User
adult, child's
Capacity
solo
Level
beginner, expert
Material
polyethylene, roto-molded
Propulsion
pedal-operated, electric
Color
gray
Length

3.6 m
(11'09" )

Width

72 cm
(28.35 in)

Weight

45 kg
(99.21 lb)

Max weight capacity

140 kg
(309 lb)

Description

PEDAYAK Electric is the world's first ellectrically powered kayak and the smallest existing electric boat. PEDAYAK Electric is a "hands-free" kayak with hybrid electric and/or muscular propulsion, manoeuvrable, stable, versatile and modular. It allows either 100% electric and/or 100% muscular propulsion, or a combination of both. It is a concentrate of technological innovations. It features: - A muscular propulsion system with pedals and propeller. - An electric propulsion system, controlled by a removable remote control. - A steering system with tiller and rudder controlled by a stick. This combination allows for surprising manoeuvrability and agility, forward or reverse.

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