Advance Brushless Transom Mount Motor SWS 70lbs, 12V
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The power and efficiency of brushless motor technology has entered the Watersnake Electric Motor range and the results are nothing short of impressive. The Watersnake Advance Brushless 12V Transom Mount Electric Motor boasts an incredible 70lbs of thrust. That’s enough power to turn canoes and small boats into zippy fishing vessels and all on a single 12-volt battery. Watersnake Advance Brushless Electric Motors are designed for use in both saltwater and freshwater and even feature a handy USB Charging Port to charge mobile phones and other devices on the go. The motors include infinitely variable forward and reverse speeds for fine tune control and maximum efficiency, an adjustable alloy transom bracket, and a telescopic tiller handle for optimal control and maneuverability. Watersnake Advance Brushless Electric motors are available in a white 36” shaft model and a black 42” shaft model. Both options deliver 70lbs of thrust and include a zinc anode for protection, even in saltwater. They also feature a weedless 3-blade propeller for power, a stainless steel shaft for durability and an easy-to-connect Anderson plug. Get maximum output from a single 12-volt battery with the new Watersnake Advance Brushless Motors. The remarkable 70lbs of thrust will turn small watercraft into speed machines and leave other anglers wallowing in your wake.
- Powerful brushless motor
- Only needs 12v of power
- Adjustable alloy transom bracket
- Infinitely variable forward and reverse speeds
- USB charging port in the head unit
- Telescopic tiller control
- Zinc anode
- Weedless 3 blade propeller
- Stainless steel propeller shaft
- Both models can be used in saltwater and freshwater
|Steering||Telescopic tiller control|
|Fuse [A]||5 - 50|
|Extras||voltage indicator, USB port for charge phone|
|Shaft Length [inch/mm]||36/914|
|Propeller Configuration||3-blade, weedless|
Asp motors are ideal for powering kayaks, canoes, small dinghies and inflatable boats, especially if you have to carry your craft to the water.