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[Amazon.ca] Intex Inflatable Kayak 1 Person

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[Amazon.ca] Intex Inflatable Kayak 1 Person

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$125 now


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Back in Stock, price isn’t the best, but hard to find.

The Intex Challenger K1 Kayak is sporty and fun with a streamlined design for easy paddling. The bright green color and sporty graphics make the kayak highly visible in the water. Great for experiencing lakes and mild rivers solo, this Sports Series kayak is perfect for one adult. Lightweight and compact, this kayak is very easy to assemble and, with the Boston valve, it inflates and deflates in minutes. You can take the fun of kayaking wherever you go. Made with rugged vinyl construction and built for performance, this sturdy kayak has an inflatable I-beam floor, a low-profile deck and high-buoyancy side chambers for stability, comfort and function. A removable skeg provides exceptional directional movement, while an adjustable, inflatable seat with a backrest is included for comfortable seating. A grab line at each end is provided for your convenience, as well as a cargo net for extra storage, a NMMA certified U.S. Coast Guard I.D., and a repair patch kit. The Challenger K1 Kayak provides added accessories including: one 86 inch aluminum paddle and an Intex high-output pump for easy inflation and deflation.

Product in Inches (L x W x H): 108 x 30 x 13

Maximum Weight Capacity: 220 lbs

Includes: High-output hand pump. One 86 inch aluminum paddle. Adjustable inflatable seat with backrest. Cargo net for extra storage. Grab line on both ends. Removable skeg for directional stability. Roomy cockpit. Inflatable floor. Quick-fill Boston valve. Repair patch kit. Carry bag. U.S. Coast Guard I.D. - NMMA Certified.
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Been watching these myself, camelx3 average hot price fluctuates around $80. This is more of a notification of availability thread.

Btw, I’ve repaired some nasty rips with several thin layers of ShoeGoo (it’s actually the same as the marine stuff) and works well on other punctured inflatables. We’ve had the 2-person Intex kayak version a couple of years now.
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AncasterRFD wrote: Been watching these myself, camelx3 average hot price fluctuates around $80. This is more of a notification of availability thread.

Btw, I’ve repaired some nasty rips with several thin layers of ShoeGoo (it’s actually the same as the marine stuff) and works well on other punctured inflatables. We’ve had the 2-person Intex kayak version a couple of years now.
did you get rips while using it? and star sinking? lol i always want to use one of these for fishing but am afraid i will run into branches and pop a hole.
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AllanT232 wrote: did you get rips while using it? and star sinking? lol i always want to use one of these for fishing but am afraid i will run into branches and pop a hole.
No, carelessness against man-made sharp things like against our RV trim. That first repair happened early, sill good almost 2y. It’s pretty rugged, thicker than premium pool inflatables but I wouldn’t ride over shallow jagged rocks or risk poking a hole with a fishing hook. That’s one thing about hard body kayaks, you don’t have to be as careful, put them in the water and go. These Intex ones do inflate fast though. It comes with a carry bag.

They’re fine on small lakes like this.

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Different lake, also a windy day, tracked well to this backcountry site on an island (beach where we came from is up middle left):

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BrocIlSerbatoio wrote: Funny, I was just looking for something like this.
Price isn't great relative to history but this hasn't been in stock since late June or before I think. And there's very few kayaks for sale in general, mostly hard body much higher price. It's like the scarcity of new entry/mid level bikes, due to COVID.

Price in title OP?
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"hot price fluctuates around $80" Damn...that's good.
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I'd love to inflate this in my living room when my wife is not home, sit in it and wait for her reaction
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Showing $159.71 for me. Slightly Frowning Face
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Said212 wrote: "hot price fluctuates around $80" Damn...that's good.
Bought 2 last autumn for about 75$ each.
Darn, these are much more comfortable than rigid kayaks. Not as fast, but I can leave one in the trunk all summer, just in case... !
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DaVibe wrote: I'd love to inflate this in my living room when my wife is not home, sit in it and wait for her reaction
No clothes on is key
Said212 wrote: "hot price fluctuates around $80" Damn...that's good.
Lol, in case people don't know what I'm talking about. RFD obscures link:
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I bought 2 for $28 each when it had that giant price glitch. Still in the box, but I'm dedicated to try it this year. One of those cases buy now think later :)
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AncasterRFD wrote: Been watching these myself, camelx3 average hot price fluctuates around $80. This is more of a notification of availability thread.

Btw, I’ve repaired some nasty rips with several thin layers of ShoeGoo (it’s actually the same as the marine stuff) and works well on other punctured inflatables. We’ve had the 2-person Intex kayak version a couple of years now.
I've tried using shoegoo to repair a hole in an air mattress but it didn't work although I only tried one layer. Even on shoes, I find it doesn't last very long.
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SizzleChest wrote: I've tried using shoegoo to repair a hole in an air mattress but it didn't work although I only tried one layer. Even on shoes, I find it doesn't last very long.
Works for me, I just repaired my kid’s favorite inflatable. Try thin layers completely encompassing the hole, clean surface, wait several hours between layers. I actually don’t use it for shoes. Was it the felt side of the air mattress, or a split seam? That be difficult.

Or try this stuff:
https://www.homedepot.ca/product/amazin ... 1000183125

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