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Crivit 2-Person Inflatable Kayak - £39.99 @ Lidl
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Crivit 2-Person Inflatable Kayak - £39.99 @ Lidl

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Great toy for summer fun for two people, if we get the sun
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  • Inflatable kayak with detachable front and rear seat
  • Made from robust, hard-wearing PVC – resistant to salt water, oil, ozone and cold
  • Lengthways bar base for extra stability and 5-air chamber system with safety valves
  • Double-bladed aluminium paddle with clicklock system, adjustable by 90° – can also be used as a canoe paddle
  • Bow and rear splash guard
  • Removable foot rest
  • Splashproof storage bag
  • Small when packed – includes duffel bag
  • Includes repair kit
  • Size (inflated): kayak: approx. L310 x W91 x H47cm; double-bladed paddle: length: approx. 220cm
  • Rated load capacity: 160kg (holds 2 adults)
  • Net weight: approx. 7kg
  • 3 year warranty

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I used to use mine on an evening. To take the chill off I installed one of those charcoal burners but it melted the bottom and it sunk.

Just goes to show.
You can't have your Kayak and Heat it...
Thanks, but manual propulsion isn't my thing, so i'm going all out on an automatic version

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I have one. It's a slow, painful faff to blow up. And totally useless as a kayak. Avoid.
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whaleshark09/06/2019 19:58

Why has this thread attracted so many terrible jokes


My mate handed me two kayak paddles and asked, Which one do you want ?

I said I'd take either/oar.
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nice find ty
Thanks, but manual propulsion isn't my thing, so i'm going all out on an automatic version

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michaeljb09/06/2019 11:05

Thanks, but manual propulsion isn't my thing, so i'm going all out on an …Thanks, but manual propulsion isn't my thing, so i'm going all out on an automatic version [Image]


Great idea. Been looking for some form of propulsion for my boat project:


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Edited by: "smallsteve" 9th Jun
Inflatable Kayak isnt a good idea. Bought one and returned as it wasnt stabile on water.
smallsteve09/06/2019 11:20

Great idea. Been looking for some form of propulsion for my boat …Great idea. Been looking for some form of propulsion for my boat project:[Image]


Id buy 2 if i was you, poundshop have them atm
This doesn't float my boat, but still a good price.
I have one. It's a slow, painful faff to blow up. And totally useless as a kayak. Avoid.

Edited by: "thr0tt" 9th Jun
I think you have the wrong idea, you need water for this, not the sun.

Its not a hat...
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atin09/06/2019 11:56

I have one. It's a slow, painful faff to blow up. And totally useless as a …I have one. It's a slow, painful faff to blow up. And totally useless as a kayak. Avoid.


It’s a toy inflatable - not a proper kayak, or even a robust inflatable kayak like the proper sevylor ones
bringit09/06/2019 13:54

It’s a toy inflatable - not a proper kayak, or even a robust inflatable k …It’s a toy inflatable - not a proper kayak, or even a robust inflatable kayak like the proper sevylor ones


True. It is also not much fun.
I have one and I don't plan on using it again. Happy to sell that for a tenner plus postage!
Thanks LIDL for yet more plastic waste.
michaeljb09/06/2019 11:05

Thanks, but manual propulsion isn't my thing, so i'm going all out on an …Thanks, but manual propulsion isn't my thing, so i'm going all out on an automatic version [Image]


Ha ha ha
Nice themed paddling pool for the back garden in the summer though
I used to use mine on an evening. To take the chill off I installed one of those charcoal burners but it melted the bottom and it sunk.

Just goes to show.
You can't have your Kayak and Heat it...
The RNLI will be busy this year.....
roachy199009/06/2019 16:34

The RNLI will be busy this year.....


I’ll be fine I got my blow up ring to go with it

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Safety first
Edited by: "traceykins" 9th Jun
These aren’t great, to enjoy it more and make it easier spend a bit more and buy a kayak with a skeg. Intex K2 or the Sevylor Riviera are around £100 (+ £19 for the Skeg that fits the Riviera)
countryboy109/06/2019 17:04

These aren’t great, to enjoy it more and make it easier spend a bit more a …These aren’t great, to enjoy it more and make it easier spend a bit more and buy a kayak with a skeg. Intex K2 or the Sevylor Riviera are around £100 (+ £19 for the Skeg that fits the Riviera)


What's a skeg?
mikeey8409/06/2019 17:05

What's a skeg?


It’s a fixed rudder, keeps it in a straight line and when you paddle.
Thing is, its the same issue as people buying cheap tents for festivals and leaving them to litter the countryside etc. however if you get more than a couple of fund times on one of these then money well spent, if you find you really love the idea and then want to invest then invest in something more quality (eng?) but until then i'll be darned if I am going to spend £100+ on something that may not get more than a single use by me, family / kids etc.
No good for kayaking but great on the golf course. I got a hole in one.
Edited by: "TipsyNurse" 9th Jun
I had one & used it a few times one summer, it's unstable, cheap and barely fit for purpose, I now have a proper sea kayak, it's not worth buying.
By the sound of it you are better buying a lilo and duct taping the ends.
I bought one of these Kayaks for my mate's birthday. But when I tried to put the candles in, they popped it
countryboy109/06/2019 17:08

It’s a fixed rudder, keeps it in a straight line and when you paddle.


Sounds like something you would do to an enemy to stop them being able to steer
Edited by: "BigPro" 9th Jun
Perfectly good for a calm day on the lake, not comparable to a plastic or more expensive sevylor kayak, most kayak hire will be about £20 p/h so if your camping / stuck for space in a car and fancy taking one out for a little fun I'd say get one, I spent more on my lads buoyancy aid than the kayak. Easy to pump up not at all complicated to assemble, he's had a few trips out in it already and never capsized.
Slated in the comments, heat at 692.

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Why has this thread attracted so many terrible jokes
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whaleshark09/06/2019 19:58

Why has this thread attracted so many terrible jokes


My mate handed me two kayak paddles and asked, Which one do you want ?

I said I'd take either/oar.
I’m guessing these are the same ones that had terrible feedback from customers? Which put me off buying last year...
deleted212896409/06/2019 20:24

My mate handed me two kayak paddles and asked, Which one do you want ?I …My mate handed me two kayak paddles and asked, Which one do you want ?I said I'd take either/oar.


Nnoooooooooooooo
One little nibble from jaws and your fish food in this thing...
whaleshark09/06/2019 19:58

Why has this thread attracted so many terrible jokes


Kayak you see the funny side?
Looks like the RLNI are going to have a busy summer with Lidl knocking these out.
I do get too see these infrequently on my local canal and its usually people on their "first time"
They bend in middle like Banana
Never see them again...guess they go straight to landfill
Voted heat...got it over the 800 mark
MontBelzoni09/06/2019 22:28

I do get too see these infrequently on my local canal and its usually …I do get too see these infrequently on my local canal and its usually people on their "first time" They bend in middle like Banana Never see them again...guess they go straight to landfill


Usually body's either get buried or cremated. Unless they are still at the bottom of the canal...
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