Sevylor adventure 2 man kayak £169.99 @ amazon
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Sevylor adventure 2 man kayak £169.99 @ amazon

£169.99Amazon Deals
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Found 10th Jun 2014
Been looking for an inflatable kayak
Absolute bargain
Over £200 and more everywhere else
Great reviews
Also from amazon which is always a bonus

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Someone should also find a deal on a good puncture kit too

Hot deal if I was in need of a Kayak, but it might be a good buy considering the weather outlook for the rest of this not so summer.

& For the Xbox One vs PS4 vs PC Modding lot out there... how can you pimp this kayak to go faster....

Saw these (or something very similar) in Costco but didn't think the material looked very robust?

Good deal but DON'T GO IN THE SEA WITH IT

Hi There,
I have a Sevylor Colorado and it is ace, bought it on here for £221. So if this is anything like it. It is a bargain. Easy to inflate, very stable. Not been on the sea with it though, I have seen people on calm sea in them. Only pain is having to dry it out before packing it away so it does not go mouldy, The material is very robust. Sevylor make very good inflatable kayaks. I am tempted to buy this as a second one.

ps this deal does not come with any pump/paddles or lifejackets so factor them in when you are purchasing.


Cheers, I'm very tempted in buying this

madmick666

Good deal but DON'T GO IN THE SEA WITH IT


why not?

fairytooth

Saw these (or something very similar) in Costco but didn't think the … Saw these (or something very similar) in Costco but didn't think the material looked very robust?



I have the Sevylor Rio so if it's the same construction standard as that (check weights for a rough idea) they are very robust, we went down a river where it hadn't rained for a few weeks so it was scraping on the bottom a lot, no problems.

Pro-tip: Make sure it has a "strake" though, my mate's didn't (older model?) and his arms were knackered because half your energy goes to rotating your boat instead of propelling it forward when you pull on the oars.

Pro-tip #2: When you buy some oars they need to be slightly longer than normal canoe ones as you have to reach over the edge of the tubes. The figure 2.2m is stored in my memory for some reason.

It says welded strake on these, I'd be a bit wary as if it breaks off you can't replace it. On mine you slide the strake in, inflate the boat then that locks it in place.

Roger_Irrelevant

It says welded strake on these, I'd be a bit wary as if it breaks off you … It says welded strake on these, I'd be a bit wary as if it breaks off you can't replace it. On mine you slide the strake in, inflate the boat then that locks it in place.


Don't mean to be rude but are you mixing strakes and skeg together ? The strakes are small black ribs that run along the length of the boat. The Skeg, is removable and locks in when you pump it up, and is the upside down sharks fin on the bottom.
Either way the sevylor has both. Good call on the oars.

Probably is the Skeg hehe. All I know is, without one, you end up with aching arms after a days zig-zagging on the water.

hmm you have to buy the orrs as well. seen another for a cheaper price amazon.co.uk/Int…g_2

iwd

hmm you have to buy the orrs as well. seen another for a cheaper price … hmm you have to buy the orrs as well. seen another for a cheaper price http://www.amazon.co.uk/Intex-Explorer-Kayak-inflatable-68307/dp/B009QN4GWA/ref=pd_cp_sg_2



Hehe, Intex make them cheap airbeds that go flat after a couple of uses. No doubt this will be their "marine equivalent" of those.

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Good price for an entry level kayak the cons are that water gets trapped between the cover and the inflation tubes which doubles the weight of the boat once in the water and as a result makes them slow, If using it in the sea then it must be thoroughly rinsed afterwards otherwise the salt will rot the cover away. Dont expect these to last longer than a couple of summers before you need to replace the pvc inflation tubes. My advice is save your money buy a gumotex use it for 10 years and then sell it for what it cost

Roger_Irrelevant

I have the Sevylor Rio so if it's the same construction standard as that … I have the Sevylor Rio so if it's the same construction standard as that (check weights for a rough idea) they are very robust, we went down a river where it hadn't rained for a few weeks so it was scraping on the bottom a lot, no problems.Pro-tip: Make sure it has a "strake" though, my mate's didn't (older model?) and his arms were knackered because half your energy goes to rotating your boat instead of propelling it forward when you pull on the oars.Pro-tip #2: When you buy some oars they need to be slightly longer than normal canoe ones as you have to reach over the edge of the tubes. The figure 2.2m is stored in my memory for some reason.



Or 'paddles', even
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