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Sun Dolphin Bali SS 12-Foot Sit-on top Kayak (Blue) EXPIRED

w9w8s 172 275 October 13, 2016 at 09:11 PM in Fishing (4) More Amazon Deals
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Promoted 10-13-2016 by persian_mafia at 11:19 PM View Original Post
Amazon.com has Sun Dolphin Bali SS 12-Foot Sit-on top Kayak (Blue) on sale for $264.60 -> Now $260.41. Shipping is free. Thanks w9w8s

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Edited October 13, 2016 at 11:37 PM by w9w8s
Amazon has a Sun Dolphin Bali SS 12-Foot Sit-on top Fishing Kayak [amazon.com] in Blue only for $268.01 with free scheduled delivery. This is the lowest price ever according to CCC and $90 cheaper than the Lightning Deal in August. Other colors are $459 (red) and $555 (green).

I love Kayaking and hope this gets someone in on the sport who normally wouldn't be able to due to the expense. Decent Paddles and Life Jacket will run you another $80 or so and you're paddling! Enjoy!

Update: Price has gone down to $264.45!
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#3
Seems like a good deal. Anyone have experience with this yak?
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alligator-proof?
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alligator-proof?
Yes. Harambe? No.
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Yes. Harambe? No.
Why wouldn't they throw the parents down there to rescue the sucker?
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looking for a cheap one for the kids and wife to mess around in...have a Jackson Coosa myself that has been in the water a total of once...sigh...too much work and no play..
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good!
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seems good!
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A little expensive
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A little expensive
good price for 12 ft and sit on top.
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I like when girls sit on top of me laugh out loud
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fuuuggg why did I spend over $3k on my 2017 Hobie PA14

jk It was money well spent
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Does the water come up through the holes under your butt and get you wet?
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Does the water come up through the holes under your butt and get you wet?
It can. Depends on how the kayak sits and how heavy you are, how rough it is, etc. But you can plug them so that it doesn't. Which is what most do unless maybe you're going out in surf or something like that where you've got lots of water coming in and you want things draining as fast as possible. But then you're getting wet anyway so makes no difference.

I don't have this kayak to know how where the holes are and how it sits and drains but in mine I'll usually plug the under-seat and mid holes and leave those most forward and in the rear storage area open. It's pretty trivial if any water coming in unless there's some unusual circumstances and that lets incidental water that gets in while paddling, from anchor, fishing, etc. to drain out.
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