Sevylor Tahiti Plus Kayak (2 + 1 person) from Amazon @ £99.95 with free Delivery N.B. Please don't expire this when you first see £125 the deal is from Amazon directly
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Sevylor Tahiti Plus Kayak (2 + 1 person) from Amazon @ £99.95 with free Delivery N.B. Please don't expire this when you first see £125 the deal is from Amazon directly

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Found 15th Jul 2011
Remember to check More Buying Choices for this one!

Amazon sell this one directly.

It seems to be a good price and the cheapest Amazon have sold it for ages.Costco sells a similar one for much more.

Backpack System
Sevytest to measure pressure while inflating
Highly supportive inflatable seats
Bow and stern carry handles
Heavy duty PVC for increased durability
2 inflatable side chambers for safety
Strong I-beam floor made of heavy duty PVC
Boston valve for easy inflation / deflation



Still available. Obviously someone got a bit jellous of this cracking deal. Mod please unexpire.
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Don't need. Nowhere to use it. But I WANT

Don't need. Nowhere to use it. But I WANT

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now showing as £124.95
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petecross1981

now showing as £124.95


Remember to check More Buying Choices for this one

can i just put it in the trent and go? i want one lol
Banned
would love to see 3 people in this trying to paddle. Its not that easy with your knees bent!
csiman

would love to see 3 people in this trying to paddle. Its not that easy … would love to see 3 people in this trying to paddle. Its not that easy with your knees bent!



Red man say white man speak with forked tongue.
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1duck

Red man say white man speak with forked tongue.


Speak English man! I kayak twice a week and believe me, you cant kayak for long with bent knees! For this type of kayak, you'd have to use a single blade.
I've not heard good things about cheap inflatable Kayaks. I'd like to get a decent one man inflatable to complement our two man sea kayak, can anyone recommend a decent single inflatable for <£300?

I would love one but I don't have 1 & 1/2 friends to help with the paddling, Voted HOT
petecross1981

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FIRST LINE - "Remember to check More Buying Choices for this one!"
I see £99 link
Edited by: "OldEnglish" 16th Jul 2011
thanks OP I've been waiting for one of these - hopefully it will ship up before the end of the school holidays
Very good price indeed!

Check out my recent thread for some alternatives.

hotukdeals.com/mis…284

As CSIman says, this could be quite hard work. Looks like the size to carry one adult and 2 children maybe.

ALWAYS WEAR LIFEJACKETS ETC!
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FkV7J_1cK38

I think this is the 2 seater version, but the rest should be the same.
youtube.com/watch?v=9FiKUrQbTQc

Doesn't half bend when they pick it up at the end!!!

CSIman, you can probably fit your legs down the sides of the person infront if you don't want to bend knees.
My mate bought one of these for £300 and we've been paddling round london's canals on it all summer. Wicked fun. I'm tempted to get another!
I've got one of these and they're great fun
Any decent paddles recommended to go with it?
Does it come with paddles and the electric pump or do I have to buy these separate???
Any decent paddles recommended to go with it?
Would this be any good for feigning my demise towards scamming my life insurance company?

Failing that can anyone recommend some white water near East Finchley?
Price now is £124.95


I pick up one of these in store at Decathlon last week for £99.99

http://www.decathlon.co.uk/EN/k-109d-moorea-2-1-seats-117024399/
However this is showing as £149.99 on the website

It does come with 2 paddles and a pump
DiamondGeezer99

Price now is £124.95I pick up one of these in store at Decathlon last … Price now is £124.95I pick up one of these in store at Decathlon last week for £99.99http://www.decathlon.co.uk/EN/k-109d-moorea-2-1-seats-117024399/However this is showing as £149.99 on the websiteIt does come with 2 paddles and a pump




Read the post..

Remember to check More Buying Choices for this one!
Quite tempted. Only 5 reviews but all give 5 stars.

Here's a video showing unpacking and inflation... CLICKY
asgdfhg

My mate bought one of these for £300 and we've been paddling round … My mate bought one of these for £300 and we've been paddling round london's canals on it all summer. Wicked fun. I'm tempted to get another!


can I take it up the thames?? is it safe to do this???
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Excellent Deal
I've read that most water authorities and resevoir owners etc have banned the use of inflatable kayaks due to the fact that they have flat hulls. (and not considered stable?)

Seems pretty pointless to pay out for one of these if you are not allowed to use them anywhere? Can someone advise please.?
Edited by: "imiskeen" 16th Jul 2011
Nice............................................. Buy one for your bathtub.
TEDDYRUKSPIN

Nice............................................. Buy one for your … Nice............................................. Buy one for your bathtub.



lol, it'll be about 3 times longer than your bath!!!
I've ordered one as i've been looking to get into kayaking. As this is an inflatable one it will sit on top of the water as opposed to "cutting through" it.

If I like it I will probably upgrade to a rigid kayak if not i will probably sell it for a small loss.

Seems like a great deal and it has good reviews.
Jiggly
If you're on a bit of a budget then the K2 could be an option.

£75 is the cheapest I could see at the moment, Item number: 250844624470. It's only a 2 seater but looks more sturdy and sporty than this one IMO.
i use a widlerness sit on kayak and use it around the coast, wouldnt trust a inflatable kayak myself, ok for around the beach i guess or canals, dont expect to go far on it due to the flat bottom, its like a brick going through water.
To canoe in rivers or canals you need a licience from British Waterways £40. Or you can join a canoe club affiliated to the National Canoe Union for about £20. I have a bus pass so i pay £7.50 same as children at our club.

For canoe kit i suggest you look here: worldofcamping.co.uk/wat…142

hollywoodhills

I've ordered one as i've been looking to get into kayaking. As this is … I've ordered one as i've been looking to get into kayaking. As this is an inflatable one it will sit on top of the water as opposed to "cutting through" it.If I like it I will probably upgrade to a rigid kayak if not i will probably sell it for a small loss.Seems like a great deal and it has good reviews.



It'll sit higher in the water and they seem to be about half the speed to me, going against a current can be hard work and impossible sometimes where I think it would be possible with a standard kayak.

This one doesn't appear to come with a pump or paddles, will add to the cost a fair bit!
Hot price for the item but I'm saving up for a proper sit-on kayak
Doubting Thomas

To canoe in rivers or canals you need a licience from British Waterways … To canoe in rivers or canals you need a licience from British Waterways £40. Or you can join a canoe club affiliated to the National Canoe Union for about £20. I have a bus pass so i pay £7.50 same as children at our club.For canoe kit i suggest you look here: http://www.worldofcamping.co.uk/watersports__R142




Thanks for this. Do the Canoe club allow members with inflatables?
last time i went kayaking I was in the scouts, great fun and you'd be surprised at the speed these can go when gliding across the water.
Great but pointless, in this free country that we live in (England) you are 'not allowed' to paddle on something like 98% of natures waterways as they are apparently somehow 'owned' by private individuals or are reserved for people who like to hurt fish for fun. You can get done for trespass.

Good if you are in Scotland tho, where the masters seem to allow peasants more freedom to roam.

A frustrated hot from me
Edited by: "spaceinvader" 16th Jul 2011
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