Sevylor Silver Blade Sit On Top Kayak
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- Versatile inflatable PVC sit on paddle board
- Robust construction: Inflatable floor chambers and inflatable back chambers, back rest and foot rest
- Tubular rigid PVC stiffners to be inserted under the board
- Comes with directional fins and a carry bag
- Inflated dimensions 254cm x 75cm
- Weight 9.9 Kg
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Versatile Inflatable PVC sit on paddle board from Sevylor. Robust construction: Inflatable floor chambers and inflatable back chambers, back rest and foot rest. Tubular rigid PVC stiffners to be inserted under the board. Comes with directional fins and a carry bag.
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It isn't the fastest kayak. In fact it is very slow and it doesn't really glide forward in a straight line. It is easy to manoeuvre and very easy to balance on top of. I have used it on seashores, lakes, rivers and even in a few small rapids without problems. Have not experienced any punctures so far, which is slightly surprising given how thin the material appears to be.
It is a fun thing to have and use. Not professional quality by any means, but for someone who uses a kayak maybe five times a year, this thing is easily good enough. And it is cheap. Really cheap. Other options that a recreational kayaker might consider can easily cost ten times as much as this was.
I don't use the backrest, since a mouse ate a hole in the air valve during winter storage. The back rest has been known to tear a hole in the main air chamber, so I wouldn't recommend using it anyway.
Other bad things: It is impossible to get the support beams out once the kayak has been used. This means that it can never be packed compactly in the provided carry-sack.
Good things: It can carry up to 100 kgs. It has lots of places to tie gear onto. It is light, and being inflatable/deflatable is packs nicely in a car for the ride back home.