PRO – Watch

Want to keep it simple?

All you need to bring is your watch to get accurate, live statistics. Have the 'time' of your life with this new and exciting Surfr PRO feature.

Full tracking

Just a watch, but fully tracked on the water. Both your route (track) and jumps are accurately recorded.

Go live!

With a cellular connected Watch you will be automatically live on the Surfr app. Both your jumps and your locations can be shared with friends at home, adding greatly to your safety as well.

No Phone Mode

Yes, that's right. You don't need a phone at all. Go out, record a session and upload the session straight from your watch.

Watch support

Currently the app works on Apple Watch and we do expect to launch Android (Wear OS) soon. We have no timeline or plans for Garmin at this point.

As easy as 1-2-3

Get started in just a few steps

Step 1) Get PRO and check your Watch

First of all, get PRO through the Surfr App on your phone. Install the Surfr App from the App Store (on your phone) and sign-up. Go into the app, press the settings icon and select 'Get PRO'.

At the moment we know that Apple Watch Series 3 or newer work fine. Also make sure your iPhone and Apple Watch are up to date (IOS 15, WatchOS 8).

Step 2) Install to the Apple Watch

This normally happens automatically but you should check on your iPhone if the Surfr app is properly installed to the watch. To do so: Open the Watch app on your iPhone and validate if the Surfr App is installed on your watch. If not click to install it.

Step 3) Open the app on the watch

Now you are ready to open the app on the watch. It will ask you for some permissions the first time, which need to be granted for the app to operate properly. If all goes well, you will reach the Start button and you're only one click away from your first session with the Apple Watch.

Step 4) Don't lose the watch

Very important: The standard Apple wrist band is not sufficient for kiteboarding. It will be a matter of time before the watch slips off. Please secure the wrist band with and extra rope or buy a kite boarding proof wrist band such as the 'Spigen Rugged Armor Apple Watch Wrist Band. '

What do you think? Isn't it about time to try it out?