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Old 06-01-2018, 05:03 PM   #15
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Old 06-02-2018, 07:23 PM   #18
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Originally Posted by Podivin View Post
We have this one and like it just fine

From our research I agree, the cheap ones are just that, cheap.
The better ones seem to start at around $700.
I went to REI to look at that very Kayak and ask if I could take out the box and look at it and the salesman said buy and welcome do what every want with it. Walk out and still haven't bought one.
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I read a lot of good things on that one.
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Old 06-03-2018, 08:02 AM   #20
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Does anyone use an inflatable Kayak? I am in the process of researching and purchasing one. I am looking for a tandem one.

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I have two Advance Elements inflatable kayaks 10 years now. My double I bought 10 years ago $300 (+ $100 for two paddles), and my single I bought 4 years ago $300. Both were bought online at Austin Canoe & Kayak. Best money I ever spent.
We started with a pair of the 10.5’ singles of these and moved up to the 13’ Expedition model. Still have all 4 and all have worked well for a decade.
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I have had a seaeagle.com Fast Track for a few years.


Love it for durability.

I've had a Seaeagle fasttrack 465 kayak for 5 years. It can be 1, 2 or 3 people or 795 lb total capacity . I had 2 replacement kayaks due to seam failures, one was replaced in the warranty period and the other was 1 1/2 years past. Both times when i called they said take a picture of the failed seam and email it to them. They then said to cut the serial # out of the bottom and destroy the kayak (so no one would take it from the trash and try to use) and they sent me a new boat, no cost to me both times. I now see on this boat that they have a double layer over all seams. A great company with awesome customer care.

This kayak handles well, i often stand up while fishing, tracks straight, and handles mild ocean waters easily. If i had to do it all over again i would buy the same boat.

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We have a https://www.seaeagle.com/SportKayaks/SE370 and love it! We bought it almost as a goof about five years ago and it has performed flawlessly. We are not hard core kayakers mostly just leisurely floater/lazy paddlers. Our favorite local state park where we camp is waterfront (pond) and we use it there throughout the summer. It lives in a basement compartment and we have also used it in other destinations. Inflates/deflates/stores easy. It is (I think) heavier than advertised and not something I want to carry very far. It also behaves more like a canoe (I think) than a kayak. Anyway it was definitely worth the modest price for us. Sorry for the upside down picture!
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We also have Sea Eagle SE370 which is perfect for seasonal use. We plan to use it 3-4 times a year depending on the weather. We will be taking it on our Road Trip next month to Yellowstone / Lake Tahoe / Shaver Lake.
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