First and only self-controlled
electric towing watercraft

After years of R&D Takuma proudly presents the transcending eTow.
Designed to exceed expectations and give infinite freedom to riders.
The eTow will tow you anywhere, anytime.

Tows you anywhere,
anytime you want

60 up to 90


Up to


Up to

Rider remote control

Twin jet propulsion

Power 2x5,5kw


A powerful ally to explore unknown spots and push the limits of your riding.

Reaching speeds of up to 45km/h and an autonomy of up to 85 minutes the eTow delivers an exhilarating experience out on the water.

Designed with optimized proportions for self-righting, it’s perfectly suited from flat water to open ocean swell.

Smooth and consistent pull

The V-Jet propulsion, which is used in the eTow changes everything.

The innovative and unique technology used delivers an incredibly easy and intuitive steering experience. The eTow work as an extension of your arm and lets you manoeuvre with ease.

Spending more time in the water

The goal is to spend as much time in the water as possible, not cleaning and maintaining the eTow.

That’s why the eTow was designed to require minimum after use care and service.

Safe and intuitive control

A completely intuitive design with a built-in secure waterproof housing.

Six different speed levels and the signature Takuma double safety feature: an on-off security trigger and an automatic connection cut, once the remote hits the water.

Safe and intuitive remote control

A completely intuitive design with a durable built-in secure waterproof housing.  Offers ten speed levels and a joystick to turn left and right.   Along with Takuma´s signature double safety feature: an on-off security trigger and an automatic connection cut, once the remote hits the water.

Draw your own lines.

Opening up new possibilities for all types of riders.

The eTow can be used by anyone practically anywhere:

rivers, lakes, on-shore or open ocean

Size and weight


75kg (batteries included)


28 mph

Engine power



Double jet propulsion (V-Jet propulsion)

Battery and autonomy




5 connectors


1 front handle
1 back handle (integrated into the hull)

Remote range

600m with rider remote control
1,5km with compatible coaching remote

Delivered with

Tow rope and carabiner
Trolley strap and carabiner
Antenna x 6 (4x2.4G / 2x915MHz)
Battery x 2
battery charger x 2
Battery holder
Battery connector ring and cap x 2
Remote control
Remote control charger & USB code
Wrist strap
Connector grease
User guide and Manufacturer's Certificate of Origin
HIN plates on the eTow x 2

Trolley size and weight



Tow rope


Everything to get going.

A step by step installation guide for an easy and quick setup of the eTow.

Before using for the first time, the batteries and remote should be charged fully. 
Both, the batteries and the remote control should be charged at last once within 3 months after delivery. The blue battery LEDs and the display of of the remote control allow to monitor the the progression fo the charge.

Takuma recommends the use of 35A batteries for optimum performance of the eTow. 
The battery strap in the hull should be moved to the side when installing the batteries. 
Once the batteries are placed with the battery holder between them, the strap must be locked and fastened to keep the batteries in place. The pins will only connect if the notches are properly aligned. No great force is needed. 
To prevent water entry the connectors must be securely fastened.

The 3 antenna rods should be screwed in gently. The two 2.4gHz rods in the back and the 915mHz rod in the front.

The tow rope and carabiner should be placed at the back of the eTow. 
Takuma recommends a rope diameter of at least 2cm and the rope length can be adjusted as needed, shorter for wavy conditions and longer for free riding sessions.

To turn the battery on, the battery button should be pressed until all 5 LED lights are on. By pressing on the remote power button, the remote will turn on. A finger should be pressing on the power button of the remote until it is paired. The pairing needs to be complete within 1 minute of turning on the eTow or else the process will need to be restarted.

To load the eTow on the trolley, it is recommended to slide it onto the trolley or get assistance from another person to place it directly on top.
 Once the watercraft is placed on the trolley, it should be fastened with the trolley strap and the eTow is good to go. Thanks to the big wheels of the trolley, it can be easily manoeuvred down through the sandy beach, straight to the water. 

Tip: For beach use, the wheels should be deflated to approx. half of the max. PSI.

Want to know more?

Learn more about the eTow

Being a completely new and unique product on the market the eTow has a lot of great features and perks that are just waiting to be discovered. All the need to know info about this new electric pod in these four videos.

Discovering the eTow​

Unboxing and installing the eTow

How take it into the water

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How to get it out the water

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Easy and quick maintenance

At Takuma we prefer to spend more time in the water and less time with maintenance. All there is to know about how to take care of the eTow in just a few easy steps after each use.

How to take care
of the eTow

Long term

A few tips to take care of the eTow long term and increase its longevity.

The eTow should be serviced regularly. 
Preventive maintenance every 6 months/ 40 hours of use (which ever comes first) is required.

The battery and remote control should be kept out of direct sunlight.

Once the battery is charged, it needs to be disconnected. The battery shouldn’t be stored on continuous charge.

The battery should be charged every 3 months to 80% if stored for a long period of time.

Batteries are not to be placed directly on sand or immersed in water.

Best temperature for battery storage: 10-25º.

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