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  • How fast do Wave Jam & Rescue Jet boards go?
    All our Jet boards can reach a maximum speed of around 16km/h (10mph). Speed on water depends on conditions, body position and weight/size of the driver.
  • How long will I get out on the water?
    Wave Jam 156 and Rescue 156 models have an average runtime of 50-60minutes. Wave Jam 91 has an average runtime of 30-40minutes. Battery runtime is affected by conditions, body position, weight/size of the driver and speed selected.
  • What's the difference between Wave Jam and Rescue models?
    Wave Jam models are our leisure Jet boards designed for exploring and cruising. Wave Jam 156 has a larger battery pack than Wave Jam 91, so has a longer runtime and is slightly heavier. Both 156 and 91 models have the same top speed and power. Our professional model Rescue 156 is designed for Rescue and Lifeguard professionals. This comes with a remoavble rescue float, tow line, rescue colours and one handed rescue programming on the throttles.
  • Is there any servicing or maintenance?
    Being electric powered there is very little to service or maintain. We recommend you wash your jet board down with fresh water everytime after using, then leave to dry before packing away. This will help to increase the life of all parts. If putting your Jet board into storage for a long time (for example over the Winter) make sure it is charged to 40-50% and the battery isolator switch is turned to off before storing. Depending on how often you use your Jet board we recommend you have your Jet board serviced, so we can replace seals and check everything is working well. For heavy users, such as rental companies, we recommend this as a yearly service. For professional rescue applications we recommend regular services to ensure you are always ready. Please contact us for specific advice for your use.
  • How do I recharge my jet board?
    Unscrew the charging socket cap on your jet board to remove it and plug the charger into the socket. Then plug the charger into your mains electricity wall socket and turn on. Before charging ensure the jet board is completely dry and away from water or sand. Charging should always be done inside and with dry hands. The battery isolator switch should be turned to on for charging to begin. Glowing lights on the jet board will indicate charging is in progress, these lights will go out and the charger turn off, once charging is complete. Unplug the charger when not in use and don't forget to screw the charging cap back on the jet board before going in the water.
  • I am having too much fun on my jet board, which is affecting my family life
    We understand. It can be quite addictive cruising, finding new routes and playing on your jet board. We recommend taking regular breaks to catch up with your family, perhaps whilst your board is on charge? Don't forget you can also take your family out on the water with you too! People can hang off the side or be towed behind on inflatables.
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