FLITEBOARD 3 Steps ahead | Featuring David Trewern

Today we met with David Trewern from Fliteboard and had a great discussion with him.

Fliteboard emerged and quickly established itself as an industry leader with its cutting-edge technology. With how the market is rapidly changing, it is clear that technological innovation will drive the evolution of eFoils. We chatted with David about this subject and a whole lot more.

We were able to inquire from David about the essential aspects of Fliteboard’s development and the impact of the latest tech they are using. Our questions revolved around the Flitecell Nano battery, safety features, jet propulsion options, performance, affordability, the current state of the eFoil market, the potential for growth in the future, and so much more!


Check out the interview to find out David’s answers!


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