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10' Hydro-Force Oceana Inflatable Convertible Paddle Board Kayak Set (Wood/Palm)

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Walmart has 10' Hydro-Force Oceana Inflatable Convertible Stand-Up Paddle Board Kayak Set (Wood/Palm Print) on sale for $125. Shipping is free.

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About the Product
  • All-Around Board/Multifunctional Riding
  • Durable Construction/Drop Stitch Material
  • Lightweight/Portable/Easy to Store
  • Inflatable w/ Air Valve

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  • This product offers a reduced price of $174 Off or 58.19% Overall savings when purchase online (normally $299)
  • Due to the inflatable feature, this is great wherever you go, whether its to the lake, ocean or river
  • Product is available for online purchase only
  • Product includes a 90-day return w/ purchase
  • Offer valid while promotional price/supplies last
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This board is categorized as an all-around board, meaning it is the perfect shape for safe and multifunctional riding, and it can be easily converted into a kayak seat and footrest. Durable Construction: This SUP is constructed with drop-stitch material and thousands of fibers that connect the top and bottom of the board. This provides exceptional strength and rigidity, similar to a hard-sided board, while still keeping it lightweight, portable, and easy to store.

Simple Setup: Once you are ready to use it, simply inflate the SUP with the included hand pump, and you are set for a remarkable day on the water.
Because it is inflatable, you can take it with you wherever you go, whether that is to the lake, ocean, or river.
And when you are done with it, the air valve allows you to quickly deflate the board in no time.

https://www.walmart.com/ip/Hydro-.../757880639

Not sure if it's just a sack or a backpack. Hopefully the later.
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I bought two of the Hyrdo Force Sunspotters for $150 each this summer. Was extremely happy with them. I never used them with the kayak accessories - they seemed hokey. They were pretty stable in the water - I would typically have our guests use them when they came over.

I had two gripes - one is they were somewhat hard to carry since they didn't have a center handle (this one does) and the valve is slightly different than the one in my Costco hyperlites, so, I have to use the manual pump rather than the electric. That wasn't as big a deal - they held air really well, I never had to do more than top them off. Still would like to find an adapter.

Tempted to buy a couple of these, but I'm a little worried about how they'd hold up in transit in the middle of winter. Plus I'd have no good way of testing their integrity for a good 4ish months.
Looks like it could be fun, but too many reviews "in exchange for honest review." Can't imagine ever really being sold for $300.
If you have ryobi 18v tools, they have a great inflater.

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Looks like it could be fun, but too many reviews "in exchange for honest review." Can't imagine ever really being sold for $300.
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I'm going to gamble on these. The YouTube videos look decent. Won't find a SUP board much cheaper than this
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I bought two of the Hyrdo Force Sunspotters for $150 each this summer. Was extremely happy with them. I never used them with the kayak accessories - they seemed hokey. They were pretty stable in the water - I would typically have our guests use them when they came over.

I had two gripes - one is they were somewhat hard to carry since they didn't have a center handle (this one does) and the valve is slightly different than the one in my Costco hyperlites, so, I have to use the manual pump rather than the electric. That wasn't as big a deal - they held air really well, I never had to do more than top them off. Still would like to find an adapter.

Tempted to buy a couple of these, but I'm a little worried about how they'd hold up in transit in the middle of winter. Plus I'd have no good way of testing their integrity for a good 4ish months.
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There are ones on Walmart 3rd party for $99. I will probably pay a bit more for this one though.
https://www.walmart.com/ip/TUSY-I.../749252356


Purchased 2 for $250. Wondering if I should buy warranty with this
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Quote from chvyclbrty :
I bought two of the Hyrdo Force Sunspotters for $150 each this summer. Was extremely happy with them. I never used them with the kayak accessories - they seemed hokey. They were pretty stable in the water - I would typically have our guests use them when they came over.

I had two gripes - one is they were somewhat hard to carry since they didn't have a center handle (this one does) and the valve is slightly different than the one in my Costco hyperlites, so, I have to use the manual pump rather than the electric. That wasn't as big a deal - they held air really well, I never had to do more than top them off. Still would like to find an adapter.

Tempted to buy a couple of these, but I'm a little worried about how they'd hold up in transit in the middle of winter. Plus I'd have no good way of testing their integrity for a good 4ish months.
I can design and make some adapters that will work!
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I have bought two of these seemingly similar boards with different and branding and they are solid. My friends gave me crap for buying <$125 boards but when we all met up their on sale $299 instagram marketed boards were the same as mine. There is a class above but you are looking at $400+
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Kinda split on this. Found some Hydro force paddleboard reviews on amazon (since all the ones on walmart's page are fake, aka, they got free to give a positive promotion) and a lot of the reviews has issues with leaks early on. On top of that, everybody mentioned customer service was terrible for them making it right. Kinda seems like you could be out $125+tax quite quickly with this SUP.
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Quote from chvyclbrty :
I bought two of the Hyrdo Force Sunspotters for $150 each this summer. Was extremely happy with them. I never used them with the kayak accessories - they seemed hokey. They were pretty stable in the water - I would typically have our guests use them when they came over.

I had two gripes - one is they were somewhat hard to carry since they didn't have a center handle (this one does) and the valve is slightly different than the one in my Costco hyperlites, so, I have to use the manual pump rather than the electric. That wasn't as big a deal - they held air really well, I never had to do more than top them off. Still would like to find an adapter.

Tempted to buy a couple of these, but I'm a little worried about how they'd hold up in transit in the middle of winter. Plus I'd have no good way of testing their integrity for a good 4ish months.
We bought two of the 11 foot $150 boards this summer and used them 1-3 times every week for 14 weeks.
Added stadium seats and pretty much only use them as sit on kayaks, except I'll stand when I need to stretch my back on the long trips . We spend 5-6 hours lost in local marshes and taking pictures of the wildlife from water level.

Best. Investment. Ever.
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A life vest is smart on any watercraft, but I'd definitely wear one if going out on an inflatable.
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I'm going to pass on this. It appears there are quite a few other deals on SUPs, some cheaper, and also, getting red flags in other SUP boards for this company also having fake (promotion) reviews. Many of the non-promotion reviews have issues with leaking or accessories breaking and terrible customer service.
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We bought two of the 11 foot $150 boards this summer and used them 1-3 times every week for 14 weeks.
Added stadium seats and pretty much only use them as sit on kayaks, except I'll stand when I need to stretch my back on the long trips . We spend 5-6 hours lost in local marshes and taking pictures of the wildlife from water level.

Best. Investment. Ever.
Can you link the stadium seats
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Quote from chvyclbrty :
I bought two of the Hyrdo Force Sunspotters for $150 each this summer. Was extremely happy with them. I never used them with the kayak accessories - they seemed hokey. They were pretty stable in the water - I would typically have our guests use them when they came over.

I had two gripes - one is they were somewhat hard to carry since they didn't have a center handle (this one does) and the valve is slightly different than the one in my Costco hyperlites, so, I have to use the manual pump rather than the electric. That wasn't as big a deal - they held air really well, I never had to do more than top them off. Still would like to find an adapter.

Tempted to buy a couple of these, but I'm a little worried about how they'd hold up in transit in the middle of winter. Plus I'd have no good way of testing their integrity for a good 4ish months.
I bought 2 of those this past summer as well. Took it out maybe 6 or 7 times, I loved it. My wife sits and uses the kayak paddles but not the seats. The seats didn't seem all that great. I loved that it was slightly longer too so both of us could have a kid, a cooler, some snacks, fishing supplies.

I'd deflate them after every trip, wiped them down every other trip or so. I didn't know about the valve being slightly different though, been hand pumping them. For next season, I'll probably bite and get aa electric pump.

I don't know how long they'll last... but even if they only lasted this one season, I got my money's worth.
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