Waydoo Flyer One Plus, any experience?

Hi everybody,

I have seen the new Waydoo Flyer One Plus on the BOOT 2023 in Düsseldorf and had a long talk to Agnes (the blonde girl from their videos), and I am very impressed by the possibility to convert the mast into an electric outboard engine for an inflatable dinghi, as I own a motorboat with an inflatable swimplatform, and always carry my Torqueedo-engine with me to go for a walk with our dog while we are on anchor.

Also I liked the EPP-Design, so the board / boat-compatibility is much better than with my current Lift Cruser V2 made from carbon, so you would not worry about a small collision with the boat hull on handling the board…

Unfortunately I read a lot about the strating problems with the Waydoo Flyer One, but Agnes told me that they redesigned all the problematic parts from the first model, and that there would be no more problems…

Of course any new company has had problems in the beginning, I already disovered a dead battery on my Lift and a bend mast on my first Takuma, does anyone already own the new Waydoo-Model?

I heard last generation solved most of the early issues, i hope it’s now fine. they also offer a folding prop which is great

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Thanks Mike for the fast reply… :wink:

What about making a new testing video? :smiling_face_with_three_hearts:

We already tested new Waydoo…

This is the new model and folding prop:

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if you are from germany or Austria best is you check if you can test it at local dealer in your area… Some have fliteboard or liftfoil as well so you can even compare them alltogether. Generally customers tell that it`s easier to learn efoiling on a waydoo and that the modular system is much more comfortable and more durable but highspeed and endurance is not as high as on the expensive Fliteboard… So basically it’s a good idea to test it yourself and see what you prefer :wink:
check → Waydoo Test Centres

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