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Customer Rating: 4.5 of 5
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Reviewer:
Stogie
Rating:
5
Date:
10/31/2011
Review:
It is just what I wanted. I vacation in a Motorhome with my wife and 11 year old daughter. I hate it when I am camping by water and have no boat for fishing or just playing so I looked for an inflatable to solve my boating problem. It is very portable and easy to set up or take down. My 11 year old daughter can inflate it in under 10 minuites using the dual action hand pump. It fits easily under the motor home and is very durable for as light weight as it is. If you want a touring kayak it is not for you, tracking is not the greatest. I fly fish out of it and it is easy to manuver to keep in position. I did add a stadium seat in order to get better back support. I also added a few strips of velcro and a couple of bungie cords to hold down paddles and fishing gear. For my purposes it is perfect.
Reviewer:
richard
Rating:
4
Date:
1/13/2010
Review:
My only complaint is that I was told it could be inflated through one entry port; it requires 6!
Reviewer:
Robert Workman
Rating:
5
Date:
8/9/2009
Review:
The StraitEdge2 Inflatable Kayak is a great product over all. My only suggestion is that you re-look at the self bailing system. The "lip: on the plug does not allow drainage as well as it could. Just returned from a river trip with Boy scouts and it performed very well.
Reviewer:
rw
Rating:
4
Date:
9/23/2008
Review:
I bought his to take to the USVI and leave at my home there. Easy to check on plane, and store there when I am home in Minnesota. My only complaint is that the Velcro that holds the bow and stern covers on has come loose, and I am still working on something that works to glue the Velcro back on. I tried regular PVC glue to no avail.
Reviewer:
gak
Rating:
4
Date:
7/7/2007
Review:
Bought as a tender for 29ft sailboat. Very stable kayak. Can sit with both feet hanging over the same side. Have only paddled it solo; it is not a fast kayak solo, but two paddlers should move it a a good clip, considering how light it is. Max load so far around 380Ibs with plenty of room for more. Tracks reasonably well, not as good as a rigid kayak, glide is not great. Turns very easily. Handles good size ocean swells/ wakes very well, even sideways. Not to bad in winds up to 15 knots. Very easy and quick to inflate/ deflate. Bulky and awkward to haul around folded for any distance- Fine for carrying folded for anything less than a quarter mile ( ie across a field to the water). Much easier to maneuver on land when inflated. Appears very well made. I am very happy with it after taking it out x3. It is a good choice if you want a very stable, good load carrying (rated to 500Ibs) kayak. If you want to do distance, recommend someone sitting in the other seat also armed (and willing) with a paddle.
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