Yes, Lift Foils provides a one-year manufacturer’s limited warranty.
The manufacturer’s limited warranty covers any defects in material or workmanship under normal use during the warranty period.
During the warranty period, Lift Foils will replace, at no extra charge *, products or parts of a product that proves defective because of improper material or workmanship, under normal user and maintenance.
* You are responsible for any shipping costs (if applicable).
To obtain warranty service, you must first contact us to determine the problem and the most appropriate solution for you.
Yes, we carry stock of all parts here in Sydney. We are authorised to replace parts under warranty or otherwise.
Yes, the hand controller is not only fully waterproof, but it floats as well.
Yes, absolutely. We recommend that you contact us for tips before venturing out in the swell and waves as it is another level. Make sure that you find a spot that is free from swimmers, surf boards and other water users. We don’t recommend that you use your eFoil in the beach break, but there are plenty of other waves that are suitable. You don’t need a breaking wave to have fun, it is even possible to surf swell.
Lift Foils provide a folding prop (which reduces the drag) and with the right wing setup will allow to take you finger off the throttle and free-surf waves. The feeling in unbelievable.
(Refer to the “Elevate your surf foiling with our folding prop” video on our Videos page.)
No, not in NSW as the engine is not greater than 4 kilowatts in power. If you are in another state, you will need to check the regulations as they differ from state to state.
No, not in NSW if the board is operated at or less than 18.5 kph. You are able to get up and foil at this speed (or less) with the larger wings (e.g. a 200 or 250 wing).
If you exceed 18.5 kph you must hold a general boat licence.
Please check the state regulations if you are not in NSW.
For NSW, the regulations can be found at:
The above exemptions to the PWC regulations cease to apply if the hydrofoil board operates at a speed above 25 knots (i.e. 46 kph).