The Haswing Ultima 3.0 Electric Outboard

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The Latest Electric Outboard Is Here

All you faint-hearted petrol heads look away or consider a great alternative to petrol power with the latest boating piece of ingenuity to hit our shores… Introducing to you the ‘Haswing Ultima 3.0 Electric Outboard’.

Let’s face it electric motors have become far much smaller, more powerful, and more efficient.

The Haswing Ultima is here, and it’s the ideal match for small inflatables, tenders, or even simply as an auxiliary for small yachts and trailer boats. The brushless motor is a unique feature that differentiates the Ultima from your typical mechanical outboards, offering a thrust up to 50kgs which is comparable to a 3-4hp outboard.

Total weight of 14.8kgs, with a battery of 5kgs, makes this Ultima extremely lightweight to transport both on land and at sea. Not only this, but the Ultima is suitable for both saltwater and freshwater use.

So, what are you waiting for? If you’re looking for an outboard that is more eco-friendly, fuel-efficient whilst also still offering that desired power on the water the Haswing Ultimate electric outboard is the solution for you.

Stay tuned for the on the water demo, which will be released later this week. 

Key Features: 

  • Digital Speed control with an Adjustable handle.
  • Fitted with an emergency kill switch.
  • Built-in lith-ion 29.6V rechargeable, 20.3Ah for 50741.
  • 540mm Shaft length.
  • Powered by an easily removable rechargeable LiPo battery with LED status indicator.

Approx time: 

Slow Speed:

Time: 10 hours – Max speed: 3.4 km/h – Range: 34 km

Half Throttle:

Time: 3 hours- Max Speed: 5 km/h- Range: 15.3 km

Full Throttle:

Time: 40 minutes- Max speed: 8.8 km/h- Range: 5.8 km


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