Osapian 55

From: £210.00

  • New generation of advanced outboard trolling motor
  • Compact and lightweight, yet producing 55lbs thrust
  • Suitable for saltwater
  • Use on boats up to 5.5m, 400kg payload
  • Requires 12V battery
  • 66cm Short Shaft or 90cm Long Shaft
  • Includes warranty, with UK after-sales service support
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Osapian Electric Trolling Motor 55Lbs, 660W. 66cm Short Shaft model.

  • Osapian trolling motors are suitable for small to medium sized dinghies and inflatables
  • All models in the range feature durable heavy duty 12 volt motors and are available in 30, 40 or 55lbs thrust
  • Osapian models are lightweight, compact and unique modern design

Premium Build Quality

  • The Osapian range sets itself apart from the competition by its many features and build quality
  • This is not just a basic trolling motor ! Every component is designed with functionality and quality in mind

Lightweight and Secure

  • With a durable cast aluminium shaft, the 55lbs model weighs only 8.15kg
    Osapian versatile handle folds for on-board space or storage
    Compact and Portable
  • Holes on clamp screw allows a locking padlock to secure the trolling motor while fixed to transom.

Multi-Function Handle, Compact and Portable

The Osapian range is unique due to its multi-functional handle design:

  • Durable contoured rubber handle provides a comfortable grip.
  • Twisting the steering handle controls the power output with 5 forward speed and 3 reverse speeds.
  • Telescopic handle extends for comfortable reach up to 350mm.
  • Collapsible folding upper body and handle saves space on-board and for storage or transport.

Go Anywhere

  • Supplied with a sacrificial anode and suitable for both salt and fresh water use
  • An electronic 5 level LED battery indicator to monitor battery power levels
  • Integral motor fin prevents prop and motor from underwater impact

UK Warranty

  • Warranty support and all serviceable parts stocked in our UK service centre

Certification

  • CE Certification
  • High speed continuous test up-to 700 hours (or 3500km equivalent), shows no degradation in output

Operation

  • 5 forward and 3 reverse speeds
  • Immersion height adjusted with depth collar, enabling use in variable water depths
  • Battery level monitored by 5 level LED indicators
  • Steering lock prevents free wheeling. When lock is released can steer through 360°
  • Tilt bracket allows the motor to tilt through 10 levels
  • User manual and propeller fixing kit included

Osapian 30Specification

  • Max Thrust: 55Lbs
  • Max Battery Voltage: 12V
  • Rated Amp: 45A – 55A (Max)
  • Rated Power: 540W (Forward Slow), 660W (Forward Fast)
  • Shaft : Cast Aluminium
  • Shaft Length: 26inch / 660mm
  • Propeller: 3 blade, 9.3 inch (Diameter)
  • Prop Speed: 1400 RPM at full speed.
  • Sound Level: < 50db
  • Weight: 8.15 kg
  • Dimensions: Length 560mm, Height 990mm, Width 150mm
    Osapian exposed to rain
    Waterproof Casing

Recommendation based on manufacturer’s field test

  • 12V, 105AH Deep Cycle (Leisure) Battery on full charge runs for 1.5 hours at max speed setting. Use higher capacity battery for longer running time
  • Battery not included
  • Up to 5.5m boat length, max load 400kg

Additional information

Weight 10.4 kg
Dimensions 97 × 40 × 20 cm
Max Watts

660 watts

Max Amps

55 amps

Voltage

12 volts

Shaft Length

26 inch / 660mm, 36 inch / 914mm

Prop Speed

1,400 rpm at full speed

Propeller

3 blade 9.3 inch diameter

Sound Level

<50db

Weight

10.4kg

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