Sunday, July 24, 2016
Intex Challenger K1 Inflatable Kayak with Oars Review
If kayaking is in your plans for the summer but you don't have the storage space or the vehicle to transport a hard kayak consider an inflatable kayak. The Intex Challenger K1 Inflatable Kayak is a perfect fit for anyone that enjoys kayaking but has limited space. Its portable and can be stored in its deflated state in a car trunk or possibly room closet. When you're planning to go kayaking on your next trip just carry it with you and use the hand pump to inflate it.
Features of the Intex Challenger K1 Inflatable Kayak
Measurement: 30x15x108, weighs 27 pounds, has a 220 pound weight limit
Inflation: Using the Intex Double Quick II Hand Pump the kayak inflates easily and quickly. Once deflated the dimensions of the kayak inside of its bag is 12x24x20.
Construction material: the boat is made of durable welded material (30 gauge vinyl construction).
Other specs: Extra gear can be stored in the cargo net, a grab line is attached on both ends of the kayak for pulling, inflatable floor for support, and inflatable seat for a backrest.
What comes with the Intex Challenger Kayak?
It comes with an inflatable seat, 84” aluminum oars, hand pump, repair patch, and owner’s manual.
On Amazon.com this product has nearly 700 customer reviews and customers have given it a rating of 4.2 out of 5 stars. Other retailers are offering this kayak at around $90 but you can find the best deal online at Amazon.com.
Below are comments from customers about their purchase of the Intex Challenger Kayak:
• I'm a student who has barely any money for fun things, so I decided to buy a kayak so I could have a lot of fun with just a one time "fee". It's perfect for being only around $80.00.
• I wanted something easy that I could carry in my tiny car, that was inexpensive, and that would have fun with. Found it here!
• If you are even partially inclined, it is worth it. If and when we need new kayaks, we will just buy new of these ones. No desire to upgrade to "regular" kayaks.
• If you want a kayak but don't have a roofrack, or if you love to canoe but don't have a canoeing buddy, or if you woke up this morning and thought "I need a new hobby, how about kayaking?" then THIS IS THE KAYAK FOR YOU!
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