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[Amazon.ca] Intex Challenger K1 Kayak ~$65.00

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[Amazon.ca] Intex Challenger K1 Kayak ~$65.00

Really good price for this kayak it's the one seater not two seater. Near the all time low price which was around 60$

Edit: price going back up looks like they raised after few orders were made. Can't keep changing the price. Don't know how hot you will consider this deal but it's not far off from all time low price.
Last edited by Adrastos67 on Feb 12th, 2018 7:26 pm, edited 5 times in total.
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I have a challenger 2 person, and they are great. Would not recommend the Intex Explorer K2 as I found it to be much slower and not as balanced as the challenger.
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Bought one just in case I ever need one.
Thanks OP
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can I mount a trolling motor on these?
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milkmilk wrote: Bought one just in case I ever need one.
Thanks OP
No problem it works really well I tried in in rough waters during the summer and had no problems. Just make sure you get a life jacket if you plan to go far to deep waters.
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Adrastos67 wrote: No problem it works really well I tried in in rough waters during the summer and had no problems. Just make sure you get a life jacket if you plan to go far to deep waters.
Do you know if they're slower than the normal non inflatable plastic kayaks? I've heard these inflatable ones are much slower, even the Challenger version. Thanks
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Was someone drowned in one of these at Wasaga beach last year.
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andy_4029 wrote: Do you know if they're slower than the normal non inflatable plastic kayaks? I've heard these inflatable ones are much slower, even the Challenger version. Thanks
Don't have much experience with plastic kayaks but I had no problem going fast. They're really light and don't need much to get you going.
mtmy wrote: Was someone drowned in one of these at Wasaga beach last year.
Were they wearing a life jacket? I purposely tried to flip the kayak over and easily slipped out of it. I was also able to get back on after a few tries while I was in the water. But life jacket is a must even if you're an experienced swimmer.
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mtmy wrote: Was someone drowned in one of these at Wasaga beach last year.
You could drown in any sort of boat or floating device.... what does this have to do with the deal?
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edvc520 wrote: can I mount a trolling motor on these?
No you cannot, at least not without modifications (which wouldn't be worth it anyways). If you want to mount a trolling motor to an inflatable, you need to go with their Seahawk series of inflatables:
https://www.amazon.ca/Intex-Seahawk-2-P ... B006IXB73C

They include the motor mounts as well as rod holders. I'd think about getting one in the future....maybe a Seahawk 3 or 4.
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deezz wrote: No you cannot, at least not without modifications (which wouldn't be worth it anyways). If you want to mount a trolling motor to an inflatable, you need to go with their Seahawk series of inflatables:
https://www.amazon.ca/Intex-Seahawk-2-P ... B006IXB73C

They include the motor mounts as well as rod holders. I'd think about getting one in the future....maybe a Seahawk 3 or 4.
nice thanks~
Boat rentals in the summer adds up
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has a 220 lb limit :-( . wanna get this for my dad but he is very close to that weight. Also not sure if there is enough leg room for a 6 feet tall man? Can someone advise?
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baijuxp wrote: has a 220 lb limit :-( . wanna get this for my dad but he is very close to that weight. Also not sure if there is enough leg room for a 6 feet tall man? Can someone advise?
Was in same situation it's all good there is an inflatable cushion thing you place inside the kayak near the end of your feet I'm guessing it's used for balance when you place your feet on it wasn't too sure but you can always not use it. As for weight you should be fine with 220lb as per my previous experience just make sure he is wearing a life jacket.
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mtmy wrote: Was someone drowned in one of these at Wasaga beach last year.
And your point is what exactly?

I know someone that loves carrots that got cancer. Is there a correlation?

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