2 person kayak for protected offshore waters - 3 year warranty - £39.99 instore Lidl from thursday 27th June - HotUKDeals
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Inflatable kayak with detachable front and rear seat
Ideal for paddling in protected offshore waters and small lakes
Made from sturdy and hard-wearing membrane resistant to salt water, oil and ozone
Lengthway bar base with 5-air chamber system for extra stability
Includes aluminium double-bladed paddle with reinforced blades and click-lock system
Dimensions inflated approx. (cm): 46 x 91 x 325
Dual paddle length approx. (cm): 220
Net weight approx. (kg): 7
Max. load (kg): 160
3 year manufacturer's warranty
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feridil
Looks like good price. Anyone know anything about this? Im going on holidays to Pool and wandering if i can buy it

Yes you can, just pop into Lidl pay for it & i can't see a problem with you walking out with a rubber boat.

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#1
Looks like good price. Anyone know anything about this? Im going on holidays to Pool and wandering if i can buy it
1 Like #2
Here's a revue

http://airdrierambler.wordpress.com/reviews/misc-reviews/crivit-2-person-inflatable-kayak/

Personally, I'd be very wary of taking this on the sea, especially if there was a wind.
#3
yeah looks like not good idea specially that i will use it my self and im tall and quite heavy. Oh well maybe there will be something to hire. thanks for help
#4
Plenty of places hiring kayaks, canoes etc down at Sandbanks :-)
2 Likes #5
review says it used to be 29.99
1 Like #6
http://www.lidl.co.uk/catalogmedia/uk/article/86427/86427_01_f.jpg

Edited By: ollieh1 on Jun 20, 2013 07:57
#7
good price but be careful. factor in the cost of safety equipment. these can become very difficult if the wind picks up.
#8
Is a 2 person kayak not a canoe?
3 Likes #9
Thankfully LIDL is not an anagram of RNLI.
#10
I work there, they have dinghies also.... Heat added
#11
There is a lake at lake pier in hamworthy which maybe you could put it in never tried it thou lol just know of the lake lol
#12
whatsThePoint
one sold on ebay yesterday for £94 181155635438


Bargain!!
4 Likes #13
I would feel safer floating on a turkey drumstick.
1 Like #14
bigpc2010
Is a 2 person kayak not a canoe?
A canoe is paddled with a single bladed paddle and a kayak is paddled with a double bladed paddle and can have a rudder.

Edited By: biggysilly on Jun 20, 2013 08:20
3 Likes #15
"Ideal for paddling in protected offshore waters and small lakes"

Surely they mean protected Inshore waters? Protected offshore waters do not exist!

I would not take this on any large expanse of water with any wind. My local sailing club have banned all inflatables due to past issues. Please be careful if you do buy this.

Cheap price so heat added.
suspended 1 Like #16
Hire a sit on top safer more fun in the waves. These are dangerous.
2 Likes #17
What a load of Kayak
#18
JESUS!
"Ideal for paddling in protected offshore waters and small lakes"

Surely they mean protected Inshore waters? Protected offshore waters do not exist!

I take this to mean areas, by a beach for instance, which are seperated from the sea by buoys where you can safely bathe

JESUS!
I would not take this on any large expanse of water with any wind.

Agreed.
#19
Max load 160 kilos seems quite low really if you got two decent sized blokes for example in it!
#20
There's Ham Common in Hamworthy where a lot of ppl launch canoes etc. Free parking so gets very busy . Beach isn't much tho
2 Likes #21
whatsThePoint
one sold on ebay yesterday for £94 181155635438
Thanks for the item number but why not just post the direct link? I never understand why some HUKD'ers don't make things simpler than they ought to be. I'm saying this because clicking on the number from my smartphone just prompts to either call the number or add it to my contacts.

A direct link would be so much easier, wouldn't you agree?
#22
looks like fun!
#23
AppStar
whatsThePoint
one sold on ebay yesterday for £94 181155635438
Thanks for the item number but why not just post the direct link? I never understand why some HUKD'ers don't make things simpler than they ought to be. I'm saying this because clicking on the number from my smartphone just prompts to either call the number or add it to my contacts.

A direct link would be so much easier, wouldn't you agree?

I believe ebay links are banned, might be wrong..
#24
whatsThePoint
AppStar
whatsThePoint
one sold on ebay yesterday for £94 181155635438
Thanks for the item number but why not just post the direct link? I never understand why some HUKD'ers don't make things simpler than they ought to be. I'm saying this because clicking on the number from my smartphone just prompts to either call the number or add it to my contacts.A direct link would be so much easier, wouldn't you agree?

because sometimes the link doesn't work on this site and i'm sure you agree it would be even easier for me to let you fofo for yourself
I've never had problems with eBay links and there's even deals posted with direct links to the item on eBay.

Edited By: AppStar on Jun 20, 2013 09:22
#25
sumpter
AppStar
whatsThePoint
one sold on ebay yesterday for £94 181155635438
Thanks for the item number but why not just post the direct link? I never understand why some HUKD'ers don't make things simpler than they ought to be. I'm saying this because clicking on the number from my smartphone just prompts to either call the number or add it to my contacts.

A direct link would be so much easier, wouldn't you agree?

I believe ebay links are banned, might be wrong..
No, they work fine. Check some examples out.

http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/large-deluxe-chicken-coop-hen-poultry-ark-house-hutch-ebay-awesome-products-124-1576699

http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/sandisk-32gb-ultra-microsd-class-10-with-adapter-14-75-del-ebay-masterlimited-1575547
2 Likes #26
whatsThePointJun 20, 2013
jimbobyorks
Max load 160 kilos seems quite low really if you got two decent sized blokes for example in it!


would 2 fat blokes really want to share one of these :|

160 kilos is around 25-26 stone so can't see where fat comes into it at a one too many sausage 12-13 stones each.
#27
whatsThePoint
AppStar
I've n
whatsThePoint
AppStar
whatsThePoint
one sold on ebay yesterday for £94 181155635438
Thanks for the item number but why not just post the direct link? I never understand why some HUKD'ers don't make things simpler than they ought to be. I'm saying this because clicking on the number from my smartphone just prompts to either call the number or add it to my contacts.A direct link would be so much easier, wouldn't you agree?
I've never had problems with eBay links and there's even deals posted with direct links to the item on eBay.because sometimes the link doesn't work on this site and i'm sure you agree it would be even easier for me to let you fofo for yourself

it seems like you have enough problems with quotes to keep you going X)
I was on my phone on a packed train. Not everybody has the luxury of using a home computer and 23 inch monitor :{
#28
whatsThePoint
madmick666
Hire a sit on top safer more fun in the waves. These are dangerous.


if these are dangerous they sound more fun than a sit on


I love it when you see Darwin in operation on HUKD.
#29
whatsThePoint
wombat6025
whatsThePoint
madmick666
Hire a sit on top safer more fun in the waves. These are dangerous.
if these are dangerous they sound more fun than a sit on
I love it when you see Darwin in operation on HUKD.


so you have never seeked trills in your life?
i find it so boring when someone who lives in cotton wool posts on hukds


I love thrill and excitement; but for me that would involve using decent equipment at the extreme of my skill level.

I'm not an expert on Kayaks but have used sit ons, seen people using inflatables on beaches and surfed enough waves to agree with madmick.
#30
Am looking for something to go along the local canals in Buckinghamshire/Hertfordshire on a sunny afternoon. Anyone had experience doing this? pesumably this isn't too heavy to lift up and around locks?

Also, did I read correctly that I need a license to do this?

Very new to this so please excuse my ignorance and thanks in advance for your help
6 Likes #31
feridil
Looks like good price. Anyone know anything about this? Im going on holidays to Pool and wandering if i can buy it

Yes you can, just pop into Lidl pay for it & i can't see a problem with you walking out with a rubber boat.
#32
Would this be suitable to tow the kids in on the back of my speed boat?
#33
AppStar
whatsThePoint
AppStar
whatsThePoint
one sold on ebay yesterday for £94 181155635438
Thanks for the item number but why not just post the direct link? I never understand why some HUKD'ers don't make things simpler than they ought to be. I'm saying this because clicking on the number from my smartphone just prompts to either call the number or add it to my contacts.A direct link would be so much easier, wouldn't you agree?

because sometimes the link doesn't work on this site and i'm sure you agree it would be even easier for me to let you fofo for yourself
I've never had problems with eBay links and there's even deals posted with direct links to the item on eBay.

instead of quoting other ebay links - post the link for £94 instead of gong round the houses
1 Like #34
wombat6025
whatsThePoint
madmick666
Hire a sit on top safer more fun in the waves. These are dangerous.

if these are dangerous they sound more fun than a sit on

I love it when you see Darwin in operation on HUKD.
X) on so many levels...

John Darwin, the missing kayaker
3 Likes #35
£385,000 a day to run the RNLI 22 people rescued every day. £39.99 for a chance to have a go on a lifeboat, bargain.
#36
Just bought, thanks.
Can anybody suggest a good place to buy £1 million of life insurance, and a one way plane ticket to Peru?
#37
Great price. I know they're not the same design but I've got two of these. They are very stable and are great on rivers and lochs. Personally, due to their profile, I wouldn't take them out on the open sea as the wrong combination of tide and wind could leave you struggling to get back to shore. However, they are incredibly buoyant and they can take some serious scrapes and knocks. My kids love going on trips on ours (any loch with islands is always a winner) and I have great fun going down rivers (the Tay is great) with friends who also own the Sevylors.

So, yeah, inflatable kayaks are brilliant fun and these are some price! Get one/some but be safe!!!

Heat added (_;)
1 Like #38
I got these last year and they are a right laugh. taken them out quite far in the ocean in cornwall, bit unstable in rough seas and really needs an extra paddle, we have 2 kayaks and used the 2 paddles and 1 kayak to go on extended trips. can hold 3 people. I find the seats useless and it is mush easier to kneel up and paddle.
#39
I bought one last year. It's great, light, easy to use. No it's not suitable for gale - force winds and high seas, but what do you expect? Still hot.
1 Like #40
Is there any reason we could sail down a (fairly slow moving) river in this and stop at the pubs on the way??

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