How Much Does a Flow Rider Cost?


According to the Aquatic Development Group, the sole seller of FlowRiders in North America, a Flow Rider alone costs $625,000 for a single and $825,000 for a double. However, a Flow Rider isn't like something you just buy at a store and plonk down somewhere - installation does cost too. If you are buying a single FlowRider, the real cost will be much closer to $750,000-$850,000 including the FlowRider and the installation. For a double, a realistic budget is $950,000 to $1,200,000.
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