Intex Explorer K2 Kayak - Yellow/Black -  £66.66 Amazon
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Intex Explorer K2 Kayak - Yellow/Black - £66.66 Amazon

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Found 1st May 2015
Much more expensive elsewhere. Only this cheap as Amazon are competing with a marketplace seller, so be quick if you want one.

Inflated size 312cm x 91cm x 51cm
• Includes a high-output pump and 84" aluminium oars
• Capacity 2 persons maximum weight 160kgs (350lbs)
• TUV approved ISO 6185-1 "Inflatable Boats"
• Rugged vinyl construction

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Original Poster

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Super price, hot

Good price & good weight capacity for 2 but it does look a bit small, especially the front seat area.The girl in the picture looks very bent up in the knees.

Lol I've just bought one oO X) looks like me and the littleun are going canoeing.

I've also just ordered one . Been looking at buying a cheap kayak for the summer and this one seems great for the price. Cheers OP!

rhinopaul

Good price & good weight capacity for 2 but it does look a bit small, … Good price & good weight capacity for 2 but it does look a bit small, especially the front seat area.The girl in the picture looks very bent up in the knees.

Do a Youtube search for Intex Explorer K2 Kayak and watch the first review. The reviewer props it up against a wall then stands next to it for perspective. It's pretty big!
Edited by: "YM2612" 1st May 2015

Not sure about this model, but the seats are normally adjustable.

Can you go on the canal with these or do you need some kind of licence?

sprite127594

Can you go on the canal with these or do you need some kind of licence?


You'll need an inflatable kayak licence

androo

I don't think you can just go anywhere, … I don't think you can just go anywhere, http://www.canoe-england.org.uk/membership/waterways-licences/

Only applies to Englandshire.

How much is a licence? Can't see a price

mocmocamoc

How much is a licence? Can't see a price



here's a link for membership prices
canoe-england.org.uk/mem…es/

That's killed it for me

Well done OP, gets very good reviews in the main and excellent price too! Bought it.

elliott1982

You'll need an inflatable kayak licence


If you want to use one of these locations you need a licence. Otherwise it's completely free:Where does my licence allow me to paddle 4500km of waterways?

All the Canal & River Trust canals and river navigations and the following Association of Inland Navigation Authorities waterways
River Ancholme (Environment Agency)
Basingstoke Canal (Basingstoke Canal Authority)
Bridgewater Canal (Manchester Ship Canal Company)
River Cam, Cambridge to Bottisham Lock (Cam Conservators)
River Cam, below Bottisham Lock (Environment Agency)
River Glen (Environment Agency)
River Great Ouse below Kempston (Environment Agency)
River Great Ouse Flood Relief Channel, between the Head sluice lock at Denver and the Tail sluice at Saddlebow (Environment Agency)
River Lark (Environment Agency)
River Little Ouse below Brandon Staunch (Environment Agency)
River Medway below Tonbridge (Environment Agency)
River Nene below Northampton (Environment Agency)
Norfolk & Suffolk Broads and Rivers Ant, Bure, Chet, Thurne, Waveney, Wensum, Yare and associated Broads and Dykes (Broads Authority)
River Avon (Stratford) from Alveston to Tewkesbury (Avon Navigation Trust)
River Stour (Suffolk) below Brundon Milll, Sudbury (Environment Agency)
River Thames - Cricklade Bridge to Teddington to include the Jubilee River and Maidenhead Waterway (Environment Agency)River Welland (Environment Agency)
Wey & Godalming Navigations (National Trust)
River Wissey (Environment Agency)
And waterways under restoration:
Wilts and Berks Canal – restored sections only (Wilts and Berks Canal Trust)
Stroudwater Navigation – restored sections only (Cotswold Canal Trust)
For information on these waterways contact the Navigation Authorities
Canoe England voluntary Local Waterway Advisors can also assist with information for many of these waters.

River navigations where a licence is not required

There are a number of non-tidal rivers where navigation rights are recognised and where boats are not a required to be licensed. Known examples are the River Wye below Hay-on-Wye, River Lugg from Leominster, River Severn between Pool Quay near Welshpool and Stourport, and River Rother (East Sussex) from Robertsbridge.

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YM2612

I've also just ordered one . Been looking at buying a cheap kayak for … I've also just ordered one . Been looking at buying a cheap kayak for the summer and this one seems great for the price. Cheers OP!Do a Youtube search for Intex Explorer K2 Kayak and watch the first review. The reviewer props it up against a wall then stands next to it for perspective. It's pretty big!



Or he could be very small

Been looking for a while - this one seems to fit the bill. Don't forget the life jackets!

blowbrown

CommentOr he could be very small


Yes , I think he is a very small chap. This review gives a better size indication for me. youtube.com/wat…GQE Skip to 7.50 where he is sitting in it. I think it will be a very tight squeeze for 2. A good deal none the less, I would buy it as a single.

bought one too! Looks good value!

great deal ideal for summer fun, don't forget the lifejackets esp for the kids. Let look for bargain price on life jackets

Try and say that price with a lisp

bought a part share in a 3 man seyvlor last summer with a couple of other families we go camping with. But couldnt resist buying another of these at this price.

Don't understand the licence malarky?

muffboy

Don't understand the licence malarky?



Stick to muff then

For a second I thought this was a new browser that comes with Windows 10 - Internet Explorer K2 oO X)

Edited by: "aclondon" 1st May 2015

Internet explorer kayak? Lol that's what I read first

Come and try them out in Cornwall! A little trip out to sea then an exciting trip back in a helicopter or lifeboat. Do it quick as the Sea Kings will be gone and you'll need to pay for the new privatised rescue service soon.

99rb

Come and try them out in Cornwall! A little trip out to sea then an … Come and try them out in Cornwall! A little trip out to sea then an exciting trip back in a helicopter or lifeboat. Do it quick as the Sea Kings will be gone and you'll need to pay for the new privatised rescue service soon.



How does that work then.
"999 air sea rescue please"
"can I take your credit card details first"
"WTF"
"http://saltlakebiblecollege.org/images/Wrong_Answer_2.jpg"
"Goodbye & Good luck "

Bonkers price. Student discount applied too, hot! Bring on the summer.

Finally I can truly say : " Do you think I came down the Clyde in a banana boat ! " if your from Glasgow you'll get it .

rhinopaul

How does that work then. "999 air sea rescue please""can I take your … How does that work then. "999 air sea rescue please""can I take your credit card details first""WTF""" "Goodbye & Good luck "



Just wait for the "sailing licence", "surfing licence", "coasteering licence" with protected 5* 7 day winching bonus offer.
yachtingmonthly.com/new…872

Great price, heat added. Perfect replacement for the dinghy that the kids have grown out of. Now if only I could find a deal on life vests....

licence looks like £8.49 - £45 for rivers 1 - 30 days and £14-102 rivers and canals. I think !

canalrivertrust.org.uk/med…pdf

BorisTheSpider

Much more expensive elsewhere. Only this cheap as Amazon are … Much more expensive elsewhere. Only this cheap as Amazon are competing with a marketplace seller, so be quick if you want one.Inflated size 312cm x 91cm x 51cm• Includes a high-output pump and 84" aluminium oars• Capacity 2 persons maximum weight 160kgs (350lbs)• TUV approved ISO 6185-1 "Inflatable Boats"• Rugged vinyl construction

Great deal- just bought one. Kids v excited. Thanks!

zzzz

licence looks like £8.49 - £45 for rivers 1 - 30 days and £14-102 ri … licence looks like £8.49 - £45 for rivers 1 - 30 days and £14-102 rivers and canals. I think !https://canalrivertrust.org.uk/media/library/8939-short-term-licence-fees-2015-2016.pdf



This is a joke. so you pay to travel on free water. I thought with a licence there would also be some training but no, just hand over money. You have to love this country.

elliott1982

You'll need an inflatable kayak licence



http://cdn.meme.am/instances/500x/61826220.jpg

Just saved another £7 with flubit!

zzzz

licence looks like £8.49 - £45 for rivers 1 - 30 days and £14-102 ri … licence looks like £8.49 - £45 for rivers 1 - 30 days and £14-102 rivers and canals. I think !https://canalrivertrust.org.uk/media/library/8939-short-term-licence-fees-2015-2016.pdf



Doesn't this fall under portable unpowered, so from £2.83 a day?

Original Poster

Sancho

Doesn't this fall under portable unpowered, so from £2.83 a day?



Yes it must do. Sounds the better option to me, at least for the first few trips, just to get an idea of how many times you'll want to do it again over the year, before investing in an annual licence.
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