Sevylor Riviera 2 Person Kayak now £79.99 Delivered @ Amazon
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Sevylor Riviera 2 Person Kayak now £79.99 Delivered @ Amazon

SuperEd 39
SuperEd
Found 8th Jul 2015
Very good reviews

Backpack System
Lightweight construction from only 10kg
2 inflatable side chambers for safety
Strong I-beam floor made of heavy duty PVC
Sevytest to measure pressure while inflating
Highly supportive inflatable seats

39 Comments

A bit cheaper from 'other sellers' on Amazon

Death trap.

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B0rker

Death trap.



Lol you'll also bounce off the seats

They take ages to dry out

Not a death trap but thats not a good price, quick search gets you one under £70 delivered, i got mine just after Xmas for £49.99

I have the tahiti 3 man and think it's great fun. I have never used it in the river just in a sheltered part of coast.

We borrowed one of these a couple of Sundays ago. For the money its pretty good. Quite a few places selling for 79.99
On a river we found it stable and easy to paddle the seats are a bit awful but thet work well enough for short trips. I wouldn't buy one as the more expensive Colorado is more what im looking for, but for a couple of hours on a Sunday morning its great. We had one of the aldi/liddl 39 quid ones as well they are entirely crap.

oops should have been 69.99.

kiora

We borrowed one of these a couple of Sundays ago. For the money its … We borrowed one of these a couple of Sundays ago. For the money its pretty good. Quite a few places selling for a bit cheaper. On a river we found it stable and easy to paddle the seats are a bit awful but thet work well enough for short trips. I wouldn't buy one as the more expensive Colorado is more what im looking for, but for a couple of hours on a Sunday morning its great. We had one of the aldi/liddl 39 quid ones as well they are entirely crap.

Wtf? :-SS

* digs out life insurance policy....

kiora

Wtf? :-SS


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The Intex Explorer K2 is a better buy as they come with paddles and skeg and pump and come on offer at about £70.

JustinBedford

The Intex Explorer K2 is a better buy as they come with paddles and skeg … The Intex Explorer K2 is a better buy as they come with paddles and skeg and pump and come on offer at about £70.


Where is it £70 Justin ?

Mickey Mouse has one of these!!! Keep the coast guards number close to hand!

well guys, I've seen 2person kayak in Lidl for 29.99 recently

biggysilly

Where is it £70 Justin ?



was on amazon uk 2 months ago at £66 and has been on special offer on amazon.de less than a week ago so I ordered 2 more from there which I'm just waiting on the delivery this week. Had a Seyvlor Tahiti plus but it had a fault and seats werent as good as the intex ones so now just buying the intex ones. I suspect the intex challenger K2 would be a good buy too as it has the same seat design as the explorer.

If your budget can stretch a bit more and you only need the one (and not a fleet of them for our kids and friends) the Seyvlor adventure was £145 last week through flubit which is a great price and is a different class altogether.

We just setup camelcamelcamel alerts to get notified when they came down in price again.

oh I'm 18 stone and 6ft 7in tall and have been using the intex with 2 kids sat in the front and its plenty robust.

I also had an Aldi one for a week to try before we ordered the extra intex ones but it was too soft and not a good design.
Edited by: "JustinBedford" 8th Jul 2015

There may be some 2 person kayaks (not this model) left in LIDL for 40 quid or less.
Edited by: "jyonda" 8th Jul 2015

bemko

well guys, I've seen 2person kayak in Lidl for 29.99 recently



Expensive for a lilo...

Excellent deal, I needed a new 2 seater for my living room :-)

liddl one is worse than the aldi one somehow, with both sides inflated.to the same pressure it lists disturbingly to one side. We bought two one from aldi and one from lidl as aldi had ran out. Dont waste your 39.99 they are just lilos with sides

The sevyor 3 person kayak is £95.99 , but you can use their 20% off code. So works out £76.79

Has anyone seen these actually been used????

Banned

dealerxxx

CommentLol you'll also bounce off the seats


so, it is a bouncy death trap.
http://i.imgur.com/OxCfD.gif

Who in their right mind would trust an £80 'boat'.

GREAT DEAL

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Edited by: "Sephian" 30th Jul 2015

Send some to Calais for the immigrant folks, when the weather improves they can paddle across to Dover.
Edited by: "extonjoe" 30th Jul 2015

Only joking , hang on that could work, do Amazon deliver to the Jungle, Calais .

Thinking of getting one for the wife and I, to put a claim in on our life insurance!oO

MazingerZ

Who in their right mind would trust an £80 'boat'.



migrants in calais

extonjoe

Send some to Calais for the immigrant folks, when the weather improves … Send some to Calais for the immigrant folks, when the weather improves they can paddle across to Dover.


Yes these will be ideal for them, when the weather swarm!oO

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danielrobson50

migrants in calais


you need a permanent address to have a debit card acc., not the case with them.

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dealerxxx

Has anyone seen these actually been used????


I had one for a season and it was excellent!! You do need to buy the Skeg as well as the canoe sits high in the water so is more influenced by the wind without it!!
Only got rid of it as I upgraded to the Hudson instead!!!
Might still have the Skeg if it helps somebody???

Great fun on rivers, canals and in the sea. They come with one paddle but it's a double ender which can't be split into 2 singles. You will definitely need a skeg, you just spin out otherwise, and a pump. For those saying 'death trap', learn to swim and wear a buoyancy aid you imbeciles.
Edited by: "Urzrkymn" 30th Jul 2015

Urzrkymn

Great fun on rivers, canals and in the sea. They come with one paddle but … Great fun on rivers, canals and in the sea. They come with one paddle but it's a double ender which can't be split into 2 singles. You will definitely need a skeg, you just spin out otherwise, and a pump. For those saying 'death trap', learn to swim and wear a buoyancy aid you imbeciles.



​ I've paddled canoes and kayaks for years and I'm saying they're death traps. Even with a skeg. They certainly shouldn't be used in the sea
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