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Have one and while it's a pretty good product overall that I do recommend, you should know a few things....

- It's pretty easy for an average adult to put together, but if you have back issues or you're a kid or a weaker adult you're going to have a time inflating it. At that point I'd recommend either an easier pump or even a chargeable pump.

- While it's comfy for shorter rides, if you're planning on a longer ride I'd recommend finding an alternative with the seat...gets very uncomfortable (inflating it to it's max helps some too).

- The paddles that come with it are BARELY big enough to really reach over the side without constantly hitting it (I'm 5'9)...so I'd recommend larger paddles. Concerning the same issue I actually have a few small cuts from the seam on the side of the boat because it's right where my hand hits when trying to paddle properly and the seams (at least on mine) are not tucked.

- This is mean for very leisurely rides and as flat water as possible, ideally with no tides. I use this, unfortunately, in tidal water that often gets pretty choppy.

- You really NEED to have the fin installed on the bottom to have any hope of keeping decent tracking (direction) without constant correction. Depending where you're using it just keep that in mind because it's not like a normal kayak that can go in inches of water or that you can just beach when getting out. If you've used a paddleboard, you have to treat it more like that.
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I purchased this from Walmart.com a couple of weeks ago when they were $65. I just used their online chat and was able to get a refund for $13.01.

Just have your Walmart order number and the link to the kayak on walmart and amazon ready. Here is Walmart's link.

https://www.walmart.com/ip/Intex-...p/23662871
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Intex K2 Explorer 2 Person Inflatable Kayak w/ Pump and Oars $52 + Free Shipping

https://www.amazon.com/Intex-Expl...B00A7EXF4C
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Great price. Ordered before at 65. Tried to see if they would price adjust. No success.

Drives me nuts with amazon. They'd rather me pay 5.99 to ship them back a 40lb box and then they ship another 40lb box back to me.
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https://www.amazon.com/Intex-Expl...s=kayak+k2

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Wow, great price. I have two, but at this price I'm tempted to get a 3rd.
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I have one of these I bought in the spring. Once inflated they are very solid and stable feeling. Fit me, my wife, and our two little toddlers in it no problem just puttering around a shallow area of nearby lake (waist height water). The oars felt a bit short due to the kayak wide walls being thicker than a normal kayak, but for occasional recreational use they are fine. The pump takes a while to fill it all up, I'd suggest a small electric one. Was worth it for $70 when I bought it, this is a steal
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Nice. Ready for float trip now!
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It really annoys me that Amazon won't price adjust. If this item weren't so heavy I'd definitely return it and order again. I did that with a backpacking backpack earlier this year.
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Great price. Ordered before at 65. Tried to see if they would price adjust. No success.

Drives me nuts with amazon. They'd rather me pay 5.99 to ship them back a 40lb box and then they ship another 40lb box back to me.
Same here. Still have the unopened $65 deal in my living room. They should price adjust.
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haha also have the one from previous deal - used it once. Great product, my 3 year old loved it, pretty easy to set up. Buy!
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Same here. Still have the unopened $65 deal in my living room. They should price adjust.
Agreed. I was up with a sick kid at 4am so I chatted with them for a bit. Just kept quoting that I order to bring you the best price they change them all the time so they don't adjust. Which sorry, is BS
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Have one and while it's a pretty good product overall that I do recommend, you should know a few things....

- It's pretty easy for an average adult to put together, but if you have back issues or you're a kid or a weaker adult you're going to have a time inflating it. At that point I'd recommend either an easier pump or even a chargeable pump.

- While it's comfy for shorter rides, if you're planning on a longer ride I'd recommend finding an alternative with the seat...gets very uncomfortable (inflating it to it's max helps some too).

- The paddles that come with it are BARELY big enough to really reach over the side without constantly hitting it (I'm 5'9)...so I'd recommend larger paddles. Concerning the same issue I actually have a few small cuts from the seam on the side of the boat because it's right where my hand hits when trying to paddle properly and the seams (at least on mine) are not tucked.

- This is mean for very leisurely rides and as flat water as possible, ideally with no tides. I use this, unfortunately, in tidal water that often gets pretty choppy.

- You really NEED to have the fin installed on the bottom to have any hope of keeping decent tracking (direction) without constant correction. Depending where you're using it just keep that in mind because it's not like a normal kayak that can go in inches of water or that you can just beach when getting out. If you've used a paddleboard, you have to treat it more like that.
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Bought this a few years ago for a 90 and I thought that was a great price... At this price no brainer
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