Gasoline-powered stand-up personal water-craft (PWC) aren’t all that popular at the moment, with emissions rules and safety concerns pushing them out of favor. That doesn’t mean there’s not a market for them, though. One solution is to buy used and hoon around making noise, burning fuel and generally being a pain for everyone on the beach. Failing that you could turn to the team at Free Form Factory (FFF), which has created a fully-electric stand-up PWC.
Power for the FFF Gratis X1 comes from a liquid-cooled 6.5-kWh battery nestled deep in the hull. The standard battery pack is good for around 45 minutes of riding, but an additional 3.3-kWh power pack can boost that to a full hour. According to the team, most gas-powered PWC riders don’t run for more than an hour at a time, making the battery capacity more than enough for the average user.
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