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2 Person Kayak - £39.99 - LIDL (Crivit) - 3 Year Warranty - Many Possible Uses

£39.99 @ LIDL
For use in protected offshore waters (lol), small bays, on small lakes, small rivers and canals With all the bad publicity regarding inflatables at the moment this could be a cheap answer to try it o… Read More
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For use in protected offshore waters (lol), small bays, on small lakes, small rivers and canals

With all the bad publicity regarding inflatables at the moment this could be a cheap answer to try it out for yourself!

Made from robust, hard-wearing and salt water-, oil- and weather-resistant membrane with a detachable front and rear seat

Lengthways bar base provides extra stability in addition to 5-air chamber system with safety valves

Aluminium double paddle clicks into place and can also be used as a canoe pole

Dimensions inflated approx. (cm): H46 x W91 x L325

Dual paddle length approx. (cm): 220

Net weight approx. (kg): 7

Available from Monday 13th June
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How many Albanians would this hold?

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4 Likes #1
To escape land borne zombies
3 Likes #2
To spice up your love life.
1 Like #3
good find op, heat added
2 Likes #4
bought one last year amazing for the money
9 Likes #5
How many Albanians would this hold?
1 Like #6
I bought a Lidl inflatable canoe about 6 years ago. It was a waste of money and, IMHO, dangerous. Have they improved?
1 Like #7
Seems you can't use these in many places without paying a fee to some authority. I think seaside might be ok., but I find that dangerous.
1 Like #8
Seems you can't use these in many places without paying a fee to some authority. I think seaside might be ok., but I find that dangerous.
Be handy if you had a lake at the back of your garden
1 Like #9
may be glood for Glastonbury festival goers
2 Likes #10
might be useful for anyone going to Euro 2016!
1 Like #11
warranty can anything but if it fails how u gonna return it haunt lidl staff??
1 Like #12
3 year warranty a lot longer than the Intex ones!
2 Likes #13
When they coming into Lidl pls?
2 Likes #14
When they coming into Lidl pls?
Available from Monday 13th June
4 Likes #15
Flying off the shelves at Lidl Calais
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genieuk2008
Seems you can't use these in many places without paying a fee to some authority. I think seaside might be ok., but I find that dangerous.
http://thelaughpub.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/06/thelaughpub-640x480-900x675.jpg

aye, better safe than sorry
#17
usless warranty when you found drowned. :p

I got the intex but this didn't look too bad.
#18
Should be useful for sending people back after Brexit
#19
or as an alternative escape route for those dissapointed with Britain staying in EU
2 Likes #20
Thank God they don't a have a LIDL in Syria or we would have seen a lot of crazy paddling going on tonight :-/
3 Likes #21
ansonuk
Flying off the shelves at Lidl Calais

Not as quickly as the dart guns that I'm flogging on the beach near Dover.
1 Like #22
archer1204
To escape land borne zombies

* Fill with warm water as a cheap hot tub?
* Fill with compost for an unusual planter?
* Add wheels for a two man go-kart?
1 Like #23
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2 Likes #24
I always start so excited till I get to the maximum weight bit. Then I don't buy one
2 Likes #25
WheresMeNuts
Thank God they don't a have a LIDL in Syria or we would have seen a lot of crazy paddling going on tonight :-/

I can't imagine shopping in Lidl to be a particularly safe activity in war torn Syria but then I guess that at least reminds people there's a good reason why so many people want to leave the country.

I know the queues are annoying but I think we tend to take it for granted that we can shop in Lidl, maybe even get some bargains during the half price weekend, without having our heads or limbs blown off.

Edited By: supermann on Jun 10, 2016 08:10
#26
Don't forget life jackets!
#27
Useful for faking your own death.
1 Like #28
Can it be delivered to Calais?
1 Like #29
what are the "many possible uses"?
#30
raspberrysherbert
Don't forget life jackets!
Does it come with 2 Life jackets ?
#31
Not suitable for idiots

Inflatable kayak fisherman rescued off Redcar coast - http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-tees-33400561
#32
You can get a waterways licence by joining canoe england or canoe wales

https://www.britishcanoeing.org.uk/membership/benefits/waterways-license/

not sure of the situation in scotland
1 Like #33
You are getting a lot of bang for your buck here.If going out onto the water please have bouancy aids for all participants.Going out on the water is great fun and quite easy.Getting back can be the tricky bit.
1 Like #34
Better saving your money for the Intex Explorer when its on the £70 deal. I bought one of these to compare to the Intex Explorer, Intex Challenger and Sevlor Tahiti that I have own / owned in the last couple of years. The answer is badly and therefore was returned to the shop same day.

In order of quality
Intex Explorer (Best)
Sevlor Tahiti / Intex Challenger (Ok)
Lidl Crivit (worst)


The Intex Explorer is back in stock at £72 at amazon

Edited By: JustinBedford on Jun 10, 2016 11:33: stock info on Intex Explorer
1 Like #35
yeap, bread, cheese and milk.... dear help us with kayak in the trolley oO
1 Like #36
dauterive
I always start so excited till I get to the maximum weight bit. Then I don't buy one


If you weigh more than 160kg, I suspect actually getting in is probably going to be the main issue, rather than its load limit.
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Rickardo
dauterive
I always start so excited till I get to the maximum weight bit. Then I don't buy one
If you weigh more than 160kg, I suspect actually getting in is probably going to be the main issue, rather than its load limit.

I expect the 160kg is the total limit (2 people + any other items). Otherwise, yes, I'd fully agree with you!
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jamesdew
You can get a waterways licence by joining canoe england or canoe waleshttps://www.britishcanoeing.org.uk/membership/benefits/waterways-license/
not sure of the situation in scotland

Right to roam extends to the water in Scotland, exception being canals with manned locks and those are free you just need to let them know you are coming.
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FatalSaviour
Rickardo
dauterive
I always start so excited till I get to the maximum weight bit. Then I don't buy one
If you weigh more than 160kg, I suspect actually getting in is probably going to be the main issue, rather than its load limit.

I expect the 160kg is the total limit (2 people + any other items). Otherwise, yes, I'd fully agree with you!


It is, I own one of these!
1 Like #40
i have the intex explorer k2 and intex challenger k1 i can reccomend them both, i have canoe england family membership as mrs with daughter in k2 and i go in k1 which was £62 for years membership for both of us as you need at least one member to be in the boat, its an added cost but the places we go and want to paddle have a high chance of getting asked.

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