ELECTRIC RAY 10.6 FUSION-TECH TOURING iSUP - 2020 MODEL by Stingray
Fulfilled by our friends at Stingray
2020 DISCONTINUED MODEL.
Fast but stable inflatable touring design
Stiff and super lightweight
Double layer FUSION-TECH PVC
3mm Alligator skin pattern EVA deck
UV resistant gloss coating
Composite drop stitch core
Double layer rail
Board weight: 20 lbs
Max recommended user weight : 250 lbs
Ideal inflation: 12-13 PSI
Max inflation: 15 PSI
THE BOARD COMES WITH BACKPACK ONLY. YOU CAN SELECT THE BEST PADDLE AND PUMP FOR YOUR NEEDS SEPARATELY.
Fusion technology uses machine heat and pressure to fuse two layers of PVC together. It eliminates the use of glue, which is more environmentally friendly.
Double layer fused PVC makes for a much lighter, stiffer and stronger board that performs better and is far less likely to puncture.
UV resistant varnish coating on the outer PVC layer extends the life of the board.
The composite drop stitch core increases strength and stability over a traditional nylon core construction.
INFLATABLE SUP'S EXPLAINED
All inflatable paddle boards are not equal and buying a cheap board comes with many pitfalls. Essentially there are 3 different types of inflatable board construction:
Single layer boards are exactly that. A single layer of PVC surrounds the drop stitch nylon core. While these boards are lightweight, they tend to warp in the middle and are far more likely to get a puncture. Also being very light is great for carrying but you will get blow around in the wind. Stingray opted against this cheaper construction, as they just don't perform or last.
Double layer construction is certainly a big step up in durability. The inner board is essentially the same as the single layer, but with an additional layer of PVC glued by hand to the inner layer of PVC. The result is a much stronger and stiffer board. More weight is added, but in the water this is also an advantage.
Double layer fusion is described above and is the pinnacle of modern inflatable board construction. Price range for double layer fusion boards is usually $900-$1500, so that's why we are so proud of our boards in the $750-$800 range!
INFLATABLE SUP CARE INSTRUCTIONS
RINSE WITH TAP WATER AFTER EVERY USE.
IT IS RECOMMENDED TO DEFLATE THE BOARD AFTER USE.
INFLATE BOARD TO RECOMMENDED 12-13 PSI.
NEVER OVER INFLATE THE BOARD ABOVE 15 PSI.
AVOID SHARP OBJECTS AT ALL TIMES.
DO NOT LEAVE THE BOARD IN DIRECT SUNLIGHT OR VERY HOT STORAGE AREAS.
IF THERE IS A LEAK AROUND THE VALVE, USE PROVIDED WRENCH TO TIGHTEN, BUT DO NOT OVER TIGHTEN.
DESIGN PROCESS + LIMITED RUNS
Maho frames are all designed in-house to reflect timeless vintage Coastal style while delivering uncompromising performance and comfort. Every style is inspired by classic eyewear of the 1940s through 1990s and updated with modern materials, bold colors, and comfort enhancements.
We are driven by constant experimentation and innovation, so we continually introduce new frames and colorways and temporarily retire old ones every season. Not only is every frame a one-of-a-kind handmade piece, every style is also part of a limited edition run.
ZYL ACETATE HANDMADE FRAMES
The king of eyewear materials, Zyl acetate is a high quality material derived from wood pulp and natural cotton fibers -- both renewable resources. Unlike plastic frames, Zyl’s color will not fade over time as the hue is engrained in the material rather than printed or sprayed on. It is the standard material in high-end fashion frames because the color never peels or fades. Zyl is smooth, lightweight, and best of all -- keeps the wearer from putting petroleum-based products directly on the skin.
Maho’s handmade Zyl acetate frames permit any sun lens to be swapped out for a prescription lens. Your local optician will always prefer to work with handmade frames, because Zyl acetate can be heated and molded to achieve a perfect fit for any face. Maho utilizes its own lab, so that you can also order prescription lenses directly through our site.
People with sensitive skin often have trouble with common eyewear made from petroleum-based plastic and low quality metals. Maho’s handmade Zyl acetate frames and stainless steel hardware are hypoallergenic -- so anyone can wear and enjoy them for a lifetime.
ITALIAN BARREL HINGES
Many sunglasses are made with spring hinges that are likely to break or loosen over time. All Maho frames are built with riveted and barreled surgical stainless steel 316L hinges for a lifetime of adventures outdoors.
ULTRAMARINE™ TRIVEX LENSES
Traditional lenses are made from polycarbonate plastic, mineral glass, or CR39 plastic. Mineral glass and CR39 can crack or shatter, making them potentially dangerous for your eyes during outdoor high-impact activities. Polycarbonate is tough and durable, but has poor clarity. Maho Ultramarine lenses utilize premium trivex, which is extremely tough, durable, and scratch resistant, but also as clear and vibrant as the human eye can perceive.
Glare fades colors, reduces detail, and causes eye strain and fatigue. Every pair of Maho sunglasses feature polarized lenses eliminate over 99% of glare, allowing you to experience the outdoors at their best.
All of our lenses are treated with an anti-reflective coating that reduces the light that comes through the back of the frame. Our AR coating reduces glare and increases comfort and clarity.
Sweat and water are not welcome on our lenses. Our lenses are treated with a special layer that helps repel water and oil.
Most sunglasses simply darken the wearer’s view. Maho lenses enhance your view by saturating the colors you naturally perceive, so you achieve better contrast and greater depth perception.
Your eyes demand protection from exposure to the sun’s rays. Maho lenses eliminate 100% of UVA/UVB radiation, and protect against eye strain caused by glare, reflection, and distortion.
Designed in the Virgin Islands to optimize clarity and enrich color, Maho lenses stand alone. Designed and tested on the Caribbean and Gulf of Mexico, every pair is polarized, ultra-light weight, anti-reflective, and liquid repellent.