THE SMART FISHING DRONE
"A Serious fishing drone built for fisherman by fisherman"
Worlds first AUTOCASTING/ AUTOPILOT Fishing drone
Simply set a waypoint on your smart phone and SHARKX will take off, Fly to your desired waypoint, drop the bait and return and land without having to touch the joysticks.
Auto pilot flight to 1000m
Keeps hands free to hold fishing rod
Compatiable with most smart phones and tablets
Bigger payload for bigger fish
SharkX has powerful 400kv motors that can fly 25 hooks out to your desire fishing spot.
3KG Max Payload
Take out upto 25 hooks
Target larger fish species like Kingfish, Sharks, Tuna and Marlin with bigger baits
Designed for the task at hand
A common question among new and current drone fisherman is “does it float and is it water resistant”. SHARKX's answer is yes but SHARKX takes It one step further than the competitors with built in safety overrides to prevent crashes.
IP66 water resistance and buoyant design
Auto return and land when battery gets low
Overload alert, if payload gets too heavy
Fly in winds of upto 36 KMPH knots
Onboard payload weighing system
The Onboard payload weigh system weighs the payload retime and displays on screen. Overweight payload alert system alerts you when the payload reaches 3kg.
with you anywhere
SharkX is portable making it easy to reach your desired fishing spot. The specialise carry case is designed to fit the drone, remote, charges, and spare batteries
Device Name: SHARKX Smart Fishing Drone
Dimensions: 480 x 480 x 215 mm (Propeller Closed)
Propeller: 16 inches
Max Speed: 10ms
Max Payload: 3 kg
Max Wind Resistance: 36 kmph
Protection Level: I66 Water Resistance
Satellite Systems: GPS/GLONASS/GALILEO/BEIDOU
Flying Radius (manual flight Mode) 0~2.0 km
AUTO Casting Radius (With Payload): 0~1 km
Max Transmission Distance (Unobstructed, Free of Interference) 1 km
Battery: Li-Po 6000 mAh
Powerful and Resourceful app
Rippton app is what powers SharkX autopilot but also offers a great amount of fishing knowledge to users.
Over 1500 fishing spots around nz
Learn how to tie knots and rig baits
Share your catches with the rippton community
Share your fishing spots with friends or the public