Osprey Kayak, Impact resistant, Paddle, Footrest and Neoprene spray deck included @ This Is It, Poole, Instore - HotUKDeals
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Lightweight, highly manoeuvrable, fast and responsive white water kayak for all abilities. Features - Slide-way adjustable moulded seat, Adfjustable rear padded strap, Adjustable footrests, Thigh grips, Impact resistant, Paddle, Neoprene spray deck Thickness: 3.5mm Max user weight: 100kg Kayak weight: 16kg

Ideal for: Surf, Fishing, Rivers & lakes, Touring and Whitewater.

Features:
Slide-way adjustable moulded seat
Adfjustable rear padded strap
Adjustable footrests
Thigh grips
Impact resistant
Paddle included
Neoprene spray deck

Specification:
Size: 254cm x 62cm x 33cm
Thickness: 3.5mm
Max user weight: 100kg
Kayak weight: 16kg
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#1
I'm only getting an inflatable kayak on this website? Out of stock, possibly?
#2
In store deal only I reckon. Very cheap!!
banned 3 Likes #3
If you could plug it into the xbox and not have to leave the house to use it, it would be scorching by now.

Hot deal have some heat.
#4
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Edited By: andagain on Aug 06, 2012 22:07
#5
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Edited By: andagain on Aug 06, 2012 22:10
#6
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1 Like #7
Wow, that is mental!! Not available on their website, so I rang up their customer service team and was able to order one! I just have to wait for delivery now :)
1 Like #8
I had the fun of getting from Poole to Blandford Forum 14 miles with an open convertible with threat of rain.
#9
GREAT DEAL!! Nice one OP got 2 from Poole 1 blue 1 yellow :-) then ordered another blue over the phone for mate.
Same package retails around £600 to £700.
To yellow left for phone orders!! As of this morning.
#10
how much was the Kayak behind it?
#11
That will be around £500, lookslike a OK Malibu 2.
Great day for it i'm off out soon for a couple of hour on mine
#12
Top deal OP
#13
how much was the Kayak behind it?

Could not tell you sorry
#14
Can I ask, Did any one have any opsrey branding/logo's on theres.
#15
andagain
how much was the Kayak behind it?

Could not tell you sorry

I believe it was £300 butcan be bought elsewhere for £350.
The osprey storm is the MASSIVE DEAL!!
Off down Symons Yat later :-)
#16
Damn, I'm too fat for it!
#17
I am 6ft 3inches. Would this be too small does anyone know?
#18
TheAllenFamily
I am 6ft 3inches. Would this be too small does anyone know?

Should be ok just take the footrests out for more comfort.
Remember your legs are bent.
#19
was two yellow left yesterday for phone orders.
Ordered at 11:30 yesterday and arrived at 8:00am today £30 delivery
#20
What about instore? Not a huge fan of yellow.
1 Like #21
ollieh1
What about instore? Not a huge fan of yellow.
No blue left instore or by phone im afraid.
Yellows look better than i thought though.
#22
This is the osprey storm that is onsale.
found it between £550 and £750
http://www.campingworld.co.uk/Models.aspx?ModelID=8052
#23
Just rang all sold but Said they should be getting some more in, in the next few days.
banned#24
The best kayak deal ever on HUKD
#25
Interesting, mentioned this to the wife as I fancied giving the sport a go a d seems a good deal!
#26
Great, think I'm going to have to go for this, stonking deal. Just recently bought a 13ft Canoe off Fleabay and it's a tad too large! This looks just the ticket. Thanks for sharing OP.
#27
Any Idea how much a roof rack etc. would cost to hold two of these? And do helmets/lifejackets come cheap? I did some Kayaking on school trips and really enjoyed it...
banned#28
Just phoned to order mine. No stock left in any stores or to order over the phone :(
#29
When i bought mine, the staff said the deal was on all summer, so hopefully they will get more stock and I hopefully ebay not flooded with markup stock.

Edited By: andagain on Aug 10, 2012 10:59
#30
Also phoned to be told there was no more stock anywhere and they wouldnt be getting any more in
#31
joeymcjoe
Any Idea how much a roof rack etc. would cost to hold two of these? And do helmets/lifejackets come cheap? I did some Kayaking on school trips and really enjoyed it...

Roof rack - not really looked and will be specific to what car you have - Reckon between £70-£100 at the most. Helmets, buoyancy aids (easy to move around in than a life jacket) and shoes all about £20 a pop from Fleabay.
#32
you get what you pay for...looks garbage to me
1 Like #33
I've paddled for the last 22 years, and on the face of it this looks like a cracking deal for a beginners package.

The warning I would have is - get some training, if you buy it don't just stick it in the local river or beach, think about the tides, currents and conditions. Kayaking (and particularly surf and whitewater) is an amazing sport - but one which is very easy to get injured or worse.

Always paddle with at least one (ideally 2-3) other people who are suitably experienced.

Nost of all have fun - it's brilliant.
banned#34
and remember guys- rubber up
#35
Hello all,
I managed to get a couple of these (thank you very much OP!!).
Can anyone recommend a bouyancy aid and helmet etc for use with these? And any other useful "accessories"? Shoes etc.
I've kayaked a few times before and hope to use these at Symmonds Yat.
Also do you think it would it be better to get a dedicated kayak carrier (e.g. Thule 520-1) for my roof bars or just stick with a couple of straps and some roof bar pads for each kayak?
Any advice will be greatly appreciated.
Thank you in advance
Paul
#36
Sorry for the late response - any decent buoyancy aid will do - a helmet is only needed in surf or on rivers, if it's lakes or calm beaches then not necessary.

Don't worry about a kayak carrier, just go for a set of roof bars and some decent ties. I don't even bother with the pads. Not really needed

Otherwise enjoy
#37
andywilson460
Sorry for the late response - any decent buoyancy aid will do - a helmet is only needed in surf or on rivers, if it's lakes or calm beaches then not necessary.

Don't worry about a kayak carrier, just go for a set of roof bars and some decent ties. I don't even bother with the pads. Not really needed

Otherwise enjoy

Thank you for your reply, greatly appreciated!

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