Star of the recent METS trade show, this ingenious mechanical outboard just requires good old fashioned muscle power and not a lot of it, as it has a unique 3 :1 gear ratio drive. Green credentials with no maintanance, lightweight and compact design.
We now have in excess of 25,000 views on you tube for this simple ingenious product however I think it confuses some people.
We filmed it on our very first trial in winds in excess of 15 knots - not ideal. Is it brilliant for steerage? - That depends on your use/expectations. For most uses such as trolling, fun use, and in fact distances it works well - what it is not is a slalom level steerage system .
You can steer with it and we have kids that are very good at it - however for the most of us the best way to use it is for the unit to be in a fixed position and turned to get up pace and to then either stop paddling and turn, allowing the boat to get into the direction you want, and then put straight and away you go.
However the most popular user and method (couples who a. don't like lifting the engine back and forth and b. where trying to row their inflatable is very difficult) is for one person to wind the Freewheeling in the fixed position and the other to steer with the oars. When doing this the whole system is simply brilliant.
Hope this clears things up
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