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Customer Rating: 4.6 of 5
Cushion work better than any other I have tried over the years. I like
most it is easy to adjust with the self inflating on the water.
love it i have a perception prodigy 14.5 ii. seat is nice but this
cushion make a big difference love it.
If your current yak seat is too firm or uncomfortable the SealLine
inflatable seat cushion may be the anwser to your problem. It adds
considerable comfort to a yak seat that just does not have enough
padding for some of us. It is well made and adjustable. Only downside
in my opinion is I think it is considerably overpriced for what it is. But
it will give you a large margin of comfort without changing the
geometry of your yak on the water.
While this seat serves it purpose, I think it is way
overpriced for what it is. I bought this and used it for a
few of weeks (approximately 100 miles) before
switching back to what I had been using before which is
a Thermarest Trail Seat. The Thermarest is one inch
wider which makes a big difference and is only $20. I
don't have a large rear end, but felt that the SealLine
seat was not wide enough. After a couple of hours of
paddling, the edge of the seat was irritating the outside
of my butt. I didn't have this problem with the Trail
Seat since it was an inch wider. While the SealLine seat
seemed to work, it was not as comfortable as the
Thermarest seat and cost $30 more than the
RJ - Ocala, Fl
Exactly waht I needed for both kayaks.
Extends my periods of sitting by double.
Which is great cause that extends my
fishing periods between breaks.
After trying out several seat pads
the Seal Line Pad does the job.
My sciatica no longer bothers me
on long trips. Its a great pad.
I have a tarpon 120: the seat
needed much more cushion to
keep my butt from going numb:
I ordered the SealLing air
cushion: when about half
inflated the comfort is
greatly increased: and I might
add the service from Austin
Kayak was absolutely superb.