I got the white one. It is
perfect in the back of my Ride
135. Just needed to add some
sound dampening to the lid
where it hits the kayak and
between the lid and box. It
keeps everything dry. So
much easier to open on the
water than the PrecisionPack.
Heavy duty and nicely made. Mine
was missing 4 screws for the
bottom feet. Fits perfectly on my
JK Cuda 12.
rob from nj
The black Pak is quite large. It
holds a lot of items and
securely protects them from
falling out in the event of
capsizing. Recently I did a surf
launch and on my way back in
the waves were considerably
higher. I got flipped over in 3'
of water and it took me 2 tries
to get the boat flipped back
over. The Black Pak held
strong the whole time.
Another convenience is the
many holes for different
accessories applications. great
Nice materials; assembly required
but very easy to accomplish. Just
the thing for a solid storage box
on a fishing kayak.
I purchased this as a gift, and
thought he deserved the best
of the best...Professional grade
strength, appearance, and he
said it was easy to assemble.
Definately worth the price
Sturdy contruction. Assembles
easily. I added hinges to the lid
(my own preference).
Exactly as described. Very
durable material and good build
Nice sturdy box.
I think the product is fantastic,
but the question is, do you
want to spend $20-30 on a
milk crates and tubes, or
$125? Well, I have a number
of milk crates, and work just
fine, and you get something
out of putting together, but non
are as nice as the BlackPak. I
use to on my Yak, milk crate
and the BlackPac
...Pro Angler in Layton .
I love my Yak Attack Black
I have an electric trolling
It fits my Hobie Pro Angler
Perfectly. . Holds up to 2 of
my Optima marine batteries.
Or when I am not using my
trolling motor I can carry
plenty of other things inside it
I like it. I went the homemade route first, but the
base was too wide to fit in the rear well. My fault for
not measuring before starting production. Having
gone the homemade route first, by the time I ran
down the components and spent the time making
something that is similar to the BlackPak with a lid, I
had more time and money in to it than the cost of the
BlackPak. I should have gone this route first and
been done with it. Added bonus of being able to add
a GearTrac to the BlackPak too even if you may have
to drill some of your own holes.
The only reason I didn't give it a 5 star is
the price. Otherwise, it's quite a
remarkable crate. I actually use it in the
winter ice fishing with rod holders on the
rails, flasher screen mounted, battery and
gear inside. And it's great on the 'yak too.
Many riggIng options. Worth the money.