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Promoted 06-17-2016 by SubZero5 at 12:54 PM View Original Post
Amazon.com has Intex Explorer K2 2-Person Inflatable Kayak Set w/ Aluminum Oars & High Output Air Pump on sale for $92.77. Shipping is free. Thanks kolen

Note, in stock on June 24, 2016

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Edited June 17, 2016 at 11:24 AM by mlacey3
Amazon.com has Intex Explorer K2 2-Person Inflatable Kayak Set w/ Aluminum Oars & High Output Air Pump on sale for $92.77. Shipping is free. The set usually sell at around $139 - $147.

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No, this is for indoor use only.
Interesting, I didn't expect the seats to be adjustable. I just checked and didn't realize they were attached by velcro. This might actually make a good option for me because I can just remove the second seat and have additional leg room.

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Decent deal. Thinking to spend a little more and get a tower board.
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I ordered one from an earlier post. They seem to come and go OOS.
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was 89.99 yesterday for a few hours... ordered a second one
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Quote from JeepTanksMister View Post :
Decent deal. Thinking to spend a little more and get a tower board.
SUP vs. kayak, pretty much apples vs. potatoes.

I posted the original deal a while back and finally got to use mine on Monday. I like it, easy to get in and out of, the sides are tall enough to keep toddlers contained, paddles aren't great but work, solid deal at under $100.
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how will this inflatable type kayak compare to a hard boy??
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I'd buy one of these but I'm pretty sure it's going to be too small for someone 6'4". Any tall folk have experience with these?
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I'd buy one of these but I'm pretty sure it's going to be too small for someone 6'4". Any tall folk have experience with these?
I'm 6'2". No issues. Seat positions are adjustable.
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I'm 6'2". No issues. Seat positions are adjustable.
Interesting, I didn't expect the seats to be adjustable. I just checked and didn't realize they were attached by velcro. This might actually make a good option for me because I can just remove the second seat and have additional leg room.
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Somehow this doesn't sound like a good idea.....

Inflatable kayak? Can you imagine scraping some thing like a rock or a bulkhead with this.
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Somehow this doesn't sound like a good idea.....

Inflatable kayak? Can you imagine scraping some thing like a rock or a bulkhead with this.
It's not really designed for you to go down rapids. More for cruising around a lake or something larger and more calm. It's a 'Kayak' so you get less drag so it's easier to get around. The cost of this is that you are less stable than on a wider boat. It's also a "kayak" because you sit lower (for stability and less comfort, imo)
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can anyone recommended improved paddles for a good price?
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can anyone recommended improved paddles for a good price?
This Sea Sense 96" paddle [amazon.com] was $36 when I bought it a few weeks ago. Lightweight, floats and it's well made.

I have an Eagle Talon kayak that I got from Field & Stream a month ago, and I bought one of these Intex kayaks to see if I can take it to the beach with me on vacation. They do drop in and out of stock for $92.77, but I figured it was worth that.

I hope to do a little saltwater fishing in the Intex - I won't be going out real deep, though!
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