TEMO outboard wand

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TEMO outboard wand

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This is new to me, interesting concept.




450W motor delivering 200W of propulsive thrust at the prop (equates to 1.5hp).
Up to 80 minutes range (at cruising power).
Light & easy to handle - weighs less than 5kg.
Battery provides an estimated 10,000 hours of use before replacement is required.
control handle is ambidextrous
100% waterproof - the unit has an IP67 water-tight rating.
Buoyancy - sinks after a few seconds. We recommend purchasing the separate buoyancy kit if your application requires

Costs $2990, but if you had a flat water tender commute to and from anchor this seems ideal.

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Re: TEMO outboard wand

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Jon wrote: Mar 21st, '22, 20:54450W motor delivering 200W of propulsive thrust at the prop (equates to 1.5hp).
1.5hp is 1.1kW; 450W is equal to 0.6hp.
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12lb thrust @ $2990.00 = $249/lb thrust
Min Kota 55lb thrust @ $1159 + 100ah battery @ $200 = $24/lb thrust
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Might be good for fighting off pirates. :lol:
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impulse wrote:Might be good for fighting off pirates. Image
In that you have no money left to be pillaged?

Wonder what the horsepower rating of a middled aged bloke on some oars is, surely 0.6hp is close :)

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My 2-stroke 2 HP motor cost far less, before they were no longer sold, being around $6 or 700 new. A litre of fuel lasts an hour, or about 4 miles, and is easily recharged. No complex electronics either.
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It's getting there, I bought a 36v lawnmower to do the bit down the back, and am pretty impressed so got the whipper snipper too.

Just need a ryobi outboard skin!

But yes, can't beat good old petrol, even at $2l !
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There's appreciating value in good condition portable two strokes, people don't want to lift the 27kg of the new four stokes from tender to boat.
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Re: TEMO outboard wand

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Furstin wrote: Mar 22nd, '22, 09:38
impulse wrote:Might be good for fighting off pirates. Image
In that you have no money left to be pillaged?

Wonder what the horsepower rating of a middled aged bloke on some oars is, surely 0.6hp is close :)
More sometimes. 25 knot NEer blowing onshore in the afternoon, every crab costs 'ya 5 meters. :|
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