Spirit 1.0 Plus | 3 HP
Spirit 1.0 Plus | 3 HP
Spirit 1.0 Plus | 3 HP
Spirit 1.0 Plus | 3 HP
Spirit 1.0 Plus | 3 HP
Spirit 1.0 Plus | 3 HP
Spirit 1.0 Plus | 3 HP
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Spirit 1.0 Plus | 3 HP

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Dhs. 10,000.00
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WHY SPIRIT 1.0 PLUS

Virtually silent

Only you and nature will be there.

 

Without maintenance

Save maintenance time and spend more time in the water.

 

1276 Wh battery

Can sail at 35 km economic speed

 

Portable

Total weight 18 kg with integrated battery

 

GREAT USER EXPERIENCE

Floating battery

You won't have to worry about losing it in the water

 

Information display

Shows actual time / power, remaining range, and voltage.

 

Carry bag

Carry bags for motor and battery

 

Solar charger

The Spirit 1.0 Plus allows charging up to 180 W when the engine is running.

 

 

ABOUT THE PRODUCT 

Spirit 1.0 Plus            Speed ​​(mph / kph) Operating time (hh: mm) Range (mile / km)
35 2.2 / 3.5 36:25 80/129
65 2.7 / 4.3 19:35 53 / 85.3
125 3.5 / 5.6 10:00 35/56
250 4.4 / 7.1 5 o'clock 22 / 35.5
500 5.3 / 8.5 2:30 13.3 / 21.3
750 5.7 / 9.2 1:40 9.5 / 15.3
1000 6.2 / 10 1:15 7.8 / 12.5

* Performance data is based on a 12-foot aluminum boat, with one person, and a Spirit Plus battery in calm water. Actual speed, range, and runtime may vary depending on boats, cargo, weather, etc. 

 

Power 1 kW / 3 hp
Battery capacity
1276 Wh
Engine weight * t * 10.6 kg / 23.4 lbs
Battery weight
8.7 kg / 19.2 lbs
Battery life
800 cycles at 80% DOD
Shaft Length (Extra short)
52.5 cm (20.7 inches)
Shaft Length (Short)
62.5 cm (24.6 inches)
Shaft Length (Length)
75 cm (29.5 inches)
Cut / Tilt Angle
0 °, 7 °, 14 °, 21 ° / 75 °
Propeller 28 × 14.7 cm / 11 × 5.8 inches

* Weight has been calculated with the short axis version. 

 


Outboard

1 Piece Set


Battery

1 Piece Set


Battery charger

1 Piece Set


Emergency engine stop system (Man over board device)

2 Piece Set


Shaft locking pin

2 Piece Set


User manual and warranty card

1 Piece Set

 




  • Is Spirit 1.0 Plus more expensive than a 3HP gas-engine outboard?
    • The purchase cost is normally hundreds of Euro more than a 3HP gas-engine outboard. However, the overall 5-year cost is quite similar, considering the maintenance and gasoline cost. For details, you could refer to this blog.
  • How to choose your shaft length?
    • Find out the transom height first. You could choose a short shaft for transom height between 30-40 cm, and a long shaft between 40-60 cm. There’s an extra short version for special boats and shallow water use. You could refer to this blog for details.
    • Most inflatables and dinghies under 4.5m work with a short shaft Spirit 1.0 Plus. For sailboats like J/70, Melges 24 and SB20, sailors should purchase according to the height of the outboard mount bracket.
  • Can I use Spirit 1.0 Plus in the saltwater?
    • Yes, all ePropulsion motors can be used in saltwater. We have two-layer anti-corrosion design on high-quality corrosion-resistant aluminum alloy. After each saltwater use, you just flush the outboard with fresh water. For more information, you could refer to this blog.
  • How should I keep the battery in good health? Especially during the off season.
    • For long-term storage, it’s recommended to keep the state-of-charge between 40% to 60%. Check the battery level every two months and charge it if lower than 40%. The self-discharge is normal because the BMS is working.
  • How can I travel at an economical throttle?
    • Basically, you avoid the full throttle. You will gain much more range when you go a little bit slower. You could refer to the performance table below. 

At full throttle, you get 10 kmph and 75-min runtime. The range is 12.5 km. If you reduce your throttle to 25%, which is 250 Watts, you will get 7.1 kmph. Now you could go 35 km, which is almost triple the range of full throttle. For a short distance, it’s ok to go 7 kmph for a longer runtime. You could check this blog for more information.