2 man inflatable kayak, less than half price £59.99 @ Argos
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2 man inflatable kayak, less than half price £59.99 @ Argos

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Found 17th Jun 2013
This has been on here before. However this is now £5 the cheaper. As also said before, this isn't for the serious kayaker, but for a bit of a paddle on a calm day it should be fine.
Here's the blurb...
Head out on the water with this awesome inflatable kayak. You and a friend can paddle out on to the open water in comfort as you relax back against the inflatable cushion seats setting off on your latest adventure.
Hard wearing durable construction.
Takes 2 persons with a combined weight up to 160kg.
Two aluminium and two plastic paddles.
Size: H330cm, W60cm, D40cm.
EAN/MPN/UPC/ISBN: 8718226554307.
Shared Via The HUKD App For Android.

*setting off on your last ever adventure :P
- waitingformyfirmware

22 Comments

Give the £5 you save to the RNLI 'cos you'll be needing them in this.

bought this a year ago for the kids. We also have a boat so needed something compact to keep inside the boat. This is perfect, a lot more stable than it looks. We've used it 7-8 times and still like new.

ignore the ignorance of comments like above. typical troll comment

http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/aw/cr/B004FI3S6G/ref=mw_dp_cr/278-9484212-1361708
Not sure it's worth the risk when an extra 50 can get you something more stable (seymour)

Tempted, but I'm holding out for a good deal on one of these.
https://www.ptsdforum.org/c/attachments/kayak_battleship-jpg.5676/

bought this a year ago for the kids. We also have a boat so needed something compact to keep inside the boat. This is perfect, a lot more stable than it looks. We've used it 7-8 times and still like new.

ignore the ignorance of comments like above. typical troll comment

he is right. Good on small lakes and rivers or ponds but not in the sea. Even a small offshore wind and your kids will disappear quickly.

Better alert the Coast Guard. There'll be plenty of chavs rescued in these over the coming weeks.

I bought the same thing from Lidl last year. Was dissappointed. Takes quite a while to get the thing laced up with all the bits of rope that hold it all together. With an adult and child inside it felt decidely unsafe on the river - seemed to be trying to fold itself in half, straining on the sections that are trying to keep it rigid. Ok for a couple of kids to mess around but not much else. I'd spend a bit more on a decent one with a material outer etc.

Hot! But not in the same league as my inflatable seagull, inflatable globe or inflatable hammer...

You can buy an equivalent (equally dodgy!) kayak from Amazon for £55.96:

amazon.co.uk/Bes…yak

Heat for the deal, but not for the product.

davej1710

Tempted, but I'm holding out for a good deal on one of these.



Is that bloke standing up? There's no room for his legs.

you_gotta_be_kidding

bought this a year ago for the kids. We also have a boat so needed … bought this a year ago for the kids. We also have a boat so needed something compact to keep inside the boat. This is perfect, a lot more stable than it looks. We've used it 7-8 times and still like new. ignore the ignorance of comments like above. typical troll comment



I stand corrected, kayaking at sea is totally safe.

This Kayak is endorsed by:
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before we all get going here I think it would be in the best interest if we all read the latest department of transport kyaking indecent report sheet!

dft.gov.uk/mca…pdf

[quote=daalphamale]before we all get going here I think it would be in the best interest if we all read the latest department of transport kyaking indecent report sheet!

Oh man! I thought kayakling in the nude was the latest fad.

I have 2 kayaks and go fishing out at sea in them, i wouldn't go out in one of these even on a river. Nearly impossible to go in a straight line or control. Sorry just saying not safe

you_gotta_be_kidding

bought this a year ago for the kids. We also have a boat so needed … bought this a year ago for the kids. We also have a boat so needed something compact to keep inside the boat. This is perfect, a lot more stable than it looks. We've used it 7-8 times and still like new. ignore the ignorance of comments like above. typical troll comment

stephenr

This Kayak is endorsed by:


I bought one of these and installed a firepit..
The first time i took it out it set alight and sunk...

The moral of this story is...

.... You can't have your Kayak and heat it!

If it ain't Sevylor, you can stick it up your...............

can anyone recommend a decent kayak either inflatable or rigid for occasional use on the canal, for a father and 8 year old daughter combo? Thanks for any help




frazman8 minutes ago#20

can anyone recommend a decent kayak either inflatable or rigid for occasional use on the canal, for a father and 8 year old daughter combo? Thanks for any help

any sit on top depends if you want a two seater or one each. Lots on ebay but sit on top safest

frazman

can anyone recommend a decent kayak either inflatable or rigid for … can anyone recommend a decent kayak either inflatable or rigid for occasional use on the canal, for a father and 8 year old daughter combo? Thanks for any help


Sevylor Colorado - they're a knockout. Very stable on the water. Paid £300 for mine 4 years ago, but they're now closer to £200. Obviously kit is extra, but they are a dream to paddle on calm canals (I did the Caledonian in one) and even perform well in choppy lochs (less enjoyable). There are others on the market, but Colorados are a good start.
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