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Sevylor Riviera 2-Person Canadian Inflatable Kayak with Paddle, Integrated Pressure Gauge and Repair Set £87.83 delivered at Amazon
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Sevylor Riviera 2-Person Canadian Inflatable Kayak with Paddle, Integrated Pressure Gauge and Repair Set £87.83 delivered at Amazon

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Posted 22nd May

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Lightning Deal.

  • Sturdy two man kayak, ideal for lakes, fishing and sea shores; broad shape combines stability and comfort when out on the water, integrated spray deck at bow and stern
  • Canoe comes with enhanced backpack system for increased portability, you can simply wear the canoe as a backpack, making it easily mobile for your next adventure
  • The two inflatable kayak seats are easy to adjust and remove, offering much comfort while paddling; integrated pressure gauge for accurate inflation
  • The compact Canadian canoe comes with a durable PVC hull, two pvc side chambers, floor chamber with i-beam construction for high stability and safety on the water
  • Kayak size inflated: 312 x 92 cm , weight: 8 kg, maximum load capacity: 180 kg; paddle and boat repair set included
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Msx9822/05/2020 15:28

Not even remotely safe for anything other than a millpond


That's a shame....was gonna make a quick dash to France
ibz10022/05/2020 15:27

Anyone here have experience with what else you would typically by on top …Anyone here have experience with what else you would typically by on top of this?Such as safety gear or ease of use accessories like a pump?Thank you.


Own it for more than 6 years. Got safety vests, extra oar, fast pump. Used it on canals, pond and sea (along beach). Great and sturdy, can easily recommend. Safety first of course.
Not even remotely safe for anything other than a millpond
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Anyone here have experience with what else you would typically by on top of this?

Such as safety gear or ease of use accessories like a pump?

Thank you.
Not even remotely safe for anything other than a millpond
Msx9822/05/2020 15:28

Not even remotely safe for anything other than a millpond


That's a shame....was gonna make a quick dash to France
ibz10022/05/2020 15:27

Anyone here have experience with what else you would typically by on top …Anyone here have experience with what else you would typically by on top of this?Such as safety gear or ease of use accessories like a pump?Thank you.


Own it for more than 6 years. Got safety vests, extra oar, fast pump. Used it on canals, pond and sea (along beach). Great and sturdy, can easily recommend. Safety first of course.
I have owned this model for about 4 years, very difficult to control in the water and seats are useless, buy an electric pump, good enough for local Stillwater or small lakes, wouldn't recommend for the sea though, and always wear a life jacket
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40837840-9xtvQ.jpgTerrible quality but I'm sure mugs will vote it hot.
jjabbar22/05/2020 15:30

That's a shame....was gonna make a quick dash to France


One strong gust of wind in this and you may just end up there
person161622/05/2020 15:32

Own it for more than 6 years. Got safety vests, extra oar, fast pump. Used …Own it for more than 6 years. Got safety vests, extra oar, fast pump. Used it on canals, pond and sea (along beach). Great and sturdy, can easily recommend. Safety first of course.


I have also owned one for about 6 years and did the same as you. For the money it's great. I have used on lochs in Scotland with no problem. I have also used in sheltered sea bays in Scotland and it was fine but I wouldn't recommend going out to sea inland only.
Msx9822/05/2020 15:28

Not even remotely safe for anything other than a millpond


Not true.
Nice lightning deal price for something you don't see too often on this forum. These inflatable kayaks are great fun but you definitely need one with a skeg or you won't be able to control the kayak's direction. I bought an Intex K2 Explorer inflatable kayak 4 years ago and have used it in the Lake district, on Scottish lochs, on the river Wye and along the Pembrokeshire sea shore (on very calm days). Make sure you also budget for buoyancy vests for both occupants and wear them whenever you go out on the water. A waterproof buoyancy bag for valuables you take out on the water with you is also worth considering.

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Edited by: "Robbo11" 22nd May
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Terrible quality but I'm sure mugs will vote it hot.

They must've gone downhill in quality then, I have an old Selvyor Rio and it's fantastic. I don't recognise that pic. What is it, the valve?
I’m so interested to how you guys that have purchased plan on using this and where?
Says won't deliver to my address?? Mainland UK :/
Harry_Nicholson22/05/2020 16:15

I’m so interested to how you guys that have purchased plan on using this a …I’m so interested to how you guys that have purchased plan on using this and where?


As said earlier used many times on lochs with on problem .
These always spike in price when there's flooding so buy now, and when the floods arrive buy a lazy spa, a fan and a couple of reclining garden chairs. Easy.
Stay at home, protect the NHS, Save Lives
BioShock22/05/2020 15:45

[Image] Terrible quality but I'm sure mugs will vote it hot.


Is this based on personal experience, or just the Amazon reviews?I, you don't recognise this part of it (including the colour, so wonder if its a bad replacement /repair). Many of the reviews are positive and the problem with Amazon is they aggregate reviews from all sellers of the product so some of the poor ones may well be from poor sellers who have mistreated it or even sell fake /second hand ones. Many poor reviews on most products are msk due to use error and /or unrealistic expectations, IMHO.

I have used this kayak and it is bottom (I think, or low) in Sevylor's range. Many don't understand that any inflatable has its limitations, let alone don't understand how and when to use it.

You can buy a skeg, which is necessary really for control. Yes, they are more susceptible to wind than rigid ones, but this is not a unicorn lilo either and can be used on calm inshore water if you know what you're doing.
Edited by: "Rickardo" 22nd May
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Had one for 5 years and used quite regularly, mostly in harbour and canals. Cant fault it one bit. Bargain
Would recommend tracking price of Intex K2 Excursion Pro .Managed to buy one for 162 on Tuesday. Much better Kayak
Rbluesy12322/05/2020 16:47

Stay at home, protect the NHS, Save Lives


Imagine for a moment that not everyone is an idiot and that they might be buying now at the cheap price because demand is low, to use later when appropriate and when the price will have gone back up again....

Additionally, the current government mantra is "stay alert" rather than stay at home.
Blurigard22/05/2020 19:05

Imagine for a moment that not everyone is an idiot and that they might be …Imagine for a moment that not everyone is an idiot and that they might be buying now at the cheap price because demand is low, to use later when appropriate and when the price will have gone back up again....Additionally, the current government mantra is "stay alert" rather than stay at home.

Sorry, I hope I didn't offend you with my comment. I voted hot, but felt the comment was justified for the minority of idiots, which I see frequently.

You know, the ones doing congas on VE day, while others were wiping down their shopping.

Additionally "stay alert" is not the mantra of my Government, the Scottish Governments is still Stay at home, protect lives, save the NHS.
Rbluesy12322/05/2020 20:58

Sorry, I hope I didn't offend you with my comment. I voted hot, but felt …Sorry, I hope I didn't offend you with my comment. I voted hot, but felt the comment was justified for the minority of idiots, which I see frequently.You know, the ones doing congas on VE day, while others were wiping down their shopping.Additionally "stay alert" is not the mantra of my Government, the Scottish Governments is still Stay at home, protect lives, save the NHS.


I wasn't offended at all bluesy and I do understand where you're coming from, but ultimately it's not my business what other people choose to do and I generally tend to credit most folk with a bit of savvy even though I witness the opposite every week or so I leave the house. For what it's worth, I'm Scottish as well, but just assumed that, because of the odds, you'd be English. Guess I shouldn't have assumed either. Anyway, have a great night.
Blurigard22/05/2020 21:18

I wasn't offended at all bluesy and I do understand where you're coming …I wasn't offended at all bluesy and I do understand where you're coming from, but ultimately it's not my business what other people choose to do and I generally tend to credit most folk with a bit of savvy even though I witness the opposite every week or so I leave the house. For what it's worth, I'm Scottish as well, but just assumed that, because of the odds, you'd be English. Guess I shouldn't have assumed either. Anyway, have a great night.


Haha are you sure you Scottish are ready to go it alone, you both seem very confused.
Ajek22/05/2020 17:17

Would recommend tracking price of Intex K2 Excursion Pro .Managed to buy …Would recommend tracking price of Intex K2 Excursion Pro .Managed to buy one for 162 on Tuesday. Much better Kayak


Where did you buy this from?
soullukas27/05/2020 15:27

Where did you buy this from?

Amazon .Search for Intex Excursion Pro
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