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Crivit 2 Person Kayak £39.99 each @ Lidl

£39.99 @ LIDL
Max. 160kg Take to the water in this hard-wearing inflatable kayak, with an aluminium double paddle and removable seats Made from robust, hard-wearing PVC – resistant to salt water, oil, ozone and col… Read More
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Max. 160kg
Take to the water in this hard-wearing inflatable kayak, with an aluminium double paddle and removable seats
Made from robust, hard-wearing PVC – resistant to salt water, oil, ozone and cold
Lengthways bar base provides extra stability in addition to 5-air chamber system with safety valves
Size inflated (cm): L325 x W91 x H46
Double paddle length (cm): 220
Net weight (kg): 7
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1 Like #1
https://s8.postimg.org/j6qgvlkdx/282780_04.jpg
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15 Likes #2
Free helicopter ride with every purchase! :D
1 Like #3
mdekq007
Free helicopter ride with every purchase! :D
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-scotland-highlands-islands-40251901!
Agreed!

Edited By: ianmcleod on Jun 12, 2017 17:20
3 Likes #4


That's nothing - I've been rescued from the Oslo Fjord by the country's premier drag[ged out] queen act when our kayak capsized!

Still doesn't put me off and I quite fancy one of these for the local canal.
2 Likes #5
helloyoufool
ianmcleod
mdekq007
Free helicopter ride with every purchase! :D
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-scotland-highlands-islands-40251901!
Agreed!

That's nothing - I've been rescued from the Oslo Fjord by the country's premier drag[ged out] queen act when our kayak capsized!

Still doesn't put me off and I quite fancy one of these for the local canal.


Im in
2 Likes #6
helloyoufool
ianmcleod
mdekq007
Free helicopter ride with every purchase! :D
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-scotland-highlands-islands-40251901!
Agreed!
That's nothing - I've been rescued from the Oslo Fjord by the country's premier drag[ged out] queen act when our kayak capsized!
Still doesn't put me off and I quite fancy one of these for the local canal.
Kayak or a drag queen?
3 Likes #7
motionwerk
helloyoufool
ianmcleod
mdekq007
Free helicopter ride with every purchase! :D
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-scotland-highlands-islands-40251901!
Agreed!
That's nothing - I've been rescued from the Oslo Fjord by the country's premier drag[ged out] queen act when our kayak capsized!
Still doesn't put me off and I quite fancy one of these for the local canal.
Kayak or a drag queen?

picture of lifeguard:
https://s-media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/originals/12/54/61/125461b7b28a5d3d600ec97aa2b65b9c.jpg
1 Like #8
Typical, just after I bought 2 kayaks from eBay!
14 Likes #9
I got stranded at night in one of these once.
In order to attract attention and keep warm i set a small fire going which consequently sank my boat.

Moral of the story;

You can't have your Kayak and heat it.
#10
FREEZIN_WOLF
I got stranded at night in one of these once.
In order to attract attention and keep warm i set a small fire going which consequently sank my boat.

Moral of the story;

You can't have your Kayak and heat it.


oO
3 Likes #11
FREEZIN_WOLF
I got stranded at night in one of these once.
In order to attract attention and keep warm i set a small fire going which consequently sank my boat.

Moral of the story;

You can't have your Kayak and heat it.


I hate that this made me smile
2 Likes #12
just a gimmick. We have had one of these and they are useless. would not use them for anything apart form a paddling pool
4 Likes #13
If you want something half decent get the Intex k1 single seater or k2 2 seater ive got both of them cant fault them for the money, ive been on pretty rough sea with my k1 a few times had no problem at all.

You need a license to kayak on rivers pretty hefty fine if caught, we got a family one from British canoe association which covers 2 boats and all rivers and it costs £60 a year.
#14
teabag36
If you want something half decent get the Intex k1 single seater or k2 2 seater ive got both of them cant fault them for the money, ive been on pretty rough sea with my k1 a few times had no problem at all.
You need a license to kayak on rivers pretty hefty fine if caught, we got a family one from British canoe association which covers 2 boats and all rivers and it costs £60 a year.
Any deals on those licences? :{
10 Likes #15
http://i.imgur.com/KdXvbF9.gif
1 Like #16
Would you recommend for an occasional paddle in the Lake District? I have a 7 year old who loves the little bit of kayaking he has done. Would be fair weather use only. Thanks.
1 Like #17
are these actually in store yet?
1 Like #18
ninja_saver
are these actually in store yet?
aaah from sunday right?
1 Like #19
teabag36
If you want something half decent get the Intex k1 single seater or k2 2 seater ive got both of them cant fault them for the money, ive been on pretty rough sea with my k1 a few times had no problem at all.
You need a license to kayak on rivers pretty hefty fine if caught, we got a family one from British canoe association which covers 2 boats and all rivers and it costs £60 a year.

Pretty sure you don't need a licence in Scotland :-)

Put that in with my free prescriptions!
3 Likes #20
Are these suitable for the bath?
#21
POWYSWALES
https://s8.postimg.org/j6qgvlkdx/282780_04.jpg
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Love the picture... it looks like its already going to take in water with just 1 dude in it and the dogs backed up onto him keeping close to the life jacket. lol.
#22
joeymcjoe
teabag36
If you want something half decent get the Intex k1 single seater or k2 2 seater ive got both of them cant fault them for the money, ive been on pretty rough sea with my k1 a few times had no problem at all.
You need a license to kayak on rivers pretty hefty fine if caught, we got a family one from British canoe association which covers 2 boats and all rivers and it costs £60 a year.
Pretty sure you don't need a licence in Scotland :-)
Unless you are watching the TV /iplayer at the time. ;)

Edited By: damadgeruk on Jun 12, 2017 22:59
#23
Do you need to have any particular experience in order to get a licence? Is getting started with kayaking as simple as getting a kayak and licence and off you go?
1 Like #24
paulday564
Do you need to have any particular experience in order to get a licence? Is getting started with kayaking as simple as getting a kayak and licence and off you go?

Yes just buy the Kayak and a life jacket although i dont recommend this kayak and get your licence and off you go, try to pick calm water first time and a calm day as the wind makes it hard work on an inflatable.
If you get an inflatable kayak make sure it has a skeg which this one doesnt its a little fin that fixes to the bottom of the boat which helps the boat steer in straight line.
#25
mdekq007
Free helicopter ride with every purchase! :D


Bet you can't wait til it comes up again in 3 years to tell 'Your Joke' again.
1 Like #26
for a license you can also get one from the canal and river trust website for a day, week, month etc but the website isn't giving the prices just now.
#27
teabag36
paulday564
Do you need to have any particular experience in order to get a licence? Is getting started with kayaking as simple as getting a kayak and licence and off you go?
Yes just buy the Kayak and a life jacket although i dont recommend this kayak and get your licence and off you go, try to pick calm water first time and a calm day as the wind makes it hard work on an inflatable.
If you get an inflatable kayak make sure it has a skeg which this one doesnt its a little fin that fixes to the bottom of the boat which helps the boat steer in straight line.

I've only just seen your reply, thanks for the advice!
I'm in the process of buying my first house so am only just becoming in the position where I can store something like a Kayak. I'd probably go for a proper one rather than an inflatable if I do go for it, although I guess an inflatable may be a cheaper way to try it out and see if I like it. I frequently see people paddling down the river near where I live, it looks so peaceful and something you can enjoy alone.
Thanks again :)
1 Like #28
Managed to pick one up this morning, only just though as it was a bit of a stampede with people running to grab two or three at a time and they were gone within two minutes of the store opening.

Seems well made and great value. Ideal for a paddle with the kids in calm water, also makes the comfiest sun lounger ever!

Edited By: mabbyb on Jun 18, 2017 17:05
#29
mabbyb
Managed to pick one up this morning, only just though as it was a bit of a stampede with people running to grab two or three at a time and they were gone within two minutes of the store opening.
Seems well made and great value. Ideal for a paddle with the kids in calm water, also makes the comfiest sun lounger ever!
Purchased one today, still had several available in Newtown.
#30
Anyone been out on theirs yet?

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