Gas-Restricted Waters Not An Issue With An Electric Outboard
October 1, 2015
Many lakes and ponds are off-limits to gasoline-powered boats. Fishermen, photographers and naturalists rely on eco-friendly Flover electric outboard motors to explore these peaceful waters.
Flover provides whisper-quiet power for canoes and kayaks, inflatables and small fishing boats. Barely audible, the light and durable motors are ideal for outdoor enthusiasts who don't want to spook wildlife with noise or odor.
They're also perfect for paddlers facing a headwind or long lake crossing. And when it's time to portage, they weigh a mere 23–29 lbs., depending on the model.
Gasoline-powered outboards emit hydrocarbons and risk fuel spilling into the waterway. Flover outboards are an environmentally-conscious alternative to traditional propulsion solutions. All are sustainably-powered by common, rechargeable 12-volt marine batteries.
The company offers models for both fresh and saltwater, and sizes from 33 to 55 lbs. of thrust. All easy-to-use Flover motors feature five forward and three reverse speeds. Long ceramic-coated, aluminum shafts and 10-level locking, polymer brackets allow the units to be mounted on a wide range of watercraft. Options include telescoping tillers and LED battery level monitors.
Flover electric outboards start at $126.
Well-known in Europe, Flover engineers and manufactures electric outboard motors of the highest quality. Its parent company, CSM Tech, is actively seeking US and Canadian distributors. To learn more about this opportunity, contact email@example.com.
Contact local dealers or Flover, A3-4, 118, Jangansandan 8-ro, Jangan-eup, Gijang-gun, Busan, South Korea. firstname.lastname@example.org. US office: 13280 SW 131 St., #111, Miami, FL 33186. 786-701-2054. email@example.com; http://www.flovermotor.com.