Breaking new dimensions into water sports.

Pre-orders start on 10.30.2021

WIFI + GPS

Height sensors

Autopilot 

Depth + Speed sensors

Actuated Foil Technology

The iUP sets a new industry standard
for hydrofoil performance and accessibility.  

 

1,250 cm2
Carbon

High Aspect Front wing

300 cm2
Carbon

Tail Wing

85 cm
Aluminium

Mast

70 cm
Aluminium

Fuselage

5.5 kg
Plate Mount

Foil specifications

180 min
Li-ion

Battery Autonomy

The Future of Foiling is here.

The iUP Autopilot performance and its embedded safety features enable an enhanced experience in every foiling discipline and every condition.

 

Actuated Foil Technology:

Take-off at 7 knots and cruise up to 25 knots comfortably  with one single wing.    

The wing flaps are similar to these you would see on the wing of a plane. These dynamic elements are electrically actuated and an integral part of the front wing, formed in flexible carbon fiber.

Therefore the front wing of the iUP can literally bend and it serves the same function as having multiple wings that you would change in real-time.

With full flaps down, you can take off as early as you would with a 1,800 cm2 wing. As you gain speed, the flaps retract to provide a similar performance and speed as a 1,000 cm2 wing. 
They also enable automated control of the foil's pitch & roll.

HOW DOES IT WORK?

iUP key features

NO "FLIPPING OVER"  

The iUP is designed with safety in mind. When you fall, the Autopilot compensates in order to make sure the board does not flip over, minimizing the risk of getting hurt by the foil.

HEIGHT CONTROL

VARIOUS NAVIGATION MODES

GPS TRACKING

FLAP ADJUSTEMENT MODE

The iUP is a connected device, constantly evolving based on your interaction with it, opening an entirely new dimension in water sports.

 

iUP TESTING program

The iUP is "the Tesla of watersports".

Jake, Shop owner

500+ 
Testing hours with the iUP

Thanks to all the participants of our iUP development program.


Pre-order your iUP starting on 10.30.

 

Only 150 units available.

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