We are an international team of designers and engineers based in Shenzhen, Asia’s Silicon Valley. With years of automotive design and component manufacturing experience under our belts. We design, engineer, manufacture, and assemble our products in-house meaning product development is fast-paced and efficient. By cutting out consultancies and complex supply chains we are able to offer iAQUA products at surprisingly sensible prices without any compromise in quality or performance.

iAQUA’s provenance lies in the automotive industry. We have years of experience in working with the most discerning car manufacturers that demand the highest quality products and components. We apply the same rigorous simulation and testing systems to our water-jet products – a sector that is unused to this high level of quality control.

Stingray was the first electric water-jet product to showcase iAQUA’s unique design, engineering and technology. We are currently working on several concepts that are based on our mantra of creating high performance products that are affordable, serviceable and fun.


Shenzhen has to be seen to be believed; it’s not so much a city as a vast metropolis. It is one of the main financial and industrial cities of southern China and feels like a glimpse into the future. Prior to 1980, Shenzhen was a small market town but was designated as China’s first Special Economic Zone and flourished economically. It is now home to 12.5 million people and many of the world’s most progressive tech companies.

One of our initial objectives was to design and manufacture using talent and supply chains within the region. Sourcing and manufacturing something as technically challenging as Stingray within a 100 mile radius would not be possible anywhere else in the world. Whether it’s carbon fibre specialists or circuit board manufacturers we have the know-how and quality on our doorstep.

The cliché ‘Made in China’ used to imply cheap and cheerful but as DJI, Huawei and XioMi are proving, Shenzhen is the new beating heart of the tech industry – move over Silicon Valley.