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Body Glove Performer 11 Inflatable Stand-up Paddle Board w/ Electric Pump - $399.97

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May 30, 2020
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Is this the usual end of season pricing or does it go lower?
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May 26, 2020
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loaldom wrote: Is this the usual end of season pricing or does it go lower?
This one (last year's model with the electric pump) was regularly $540 at Costco, and end-of-season (Jun-Jul '22) went down to $430. It was previously at $400 back in December. ATL for the Body Glove Performer 11 from Costco I believe is $350, but that was for the last model that didn't have the electric pump.
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Dec 4, 2017
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Is there another version where 2 people can be seated? Like, SUP or seated.
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May 30, 2020
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softballfan wrote: This one (last year's model with the electric pump) was regularly $540 at Costco, and end-of-season (Jun-Jul '22) went down to $430. It was previously at $400 back in December. ATL for the Body Glove Performer 11 from Costco I believe is $350, but that was for the last model that didn't have the electric pump.
Couldnt have asked for a more detailed reply. Thank you!
Newbie
Feb 7, 2013
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THORNHILL
It's just too early for the paddle board.
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Jun 15, 2012
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This is the last stock being a 97 price ending. It’s dropping from the site after this, although it’s not the lowest price as it was $399 previously (also $499, $439, $429). The updated version for summer will likely start around $500 or more like this did originally.

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Stock R wrote: Yup. It's called the "tandem". I own both.
I know the price point should be another one. But in your experience, any recommendations?
I assume the tandem one can be used for 2 people or as a SUP for a single person. Right?
Planning to have just one as I will be traveling with wife only.
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Jul 8, 2007
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Dumb question but what is this size on the chart in reference to?

https://www.bodyglove.com/products/isup ... -blue-wood

the board is
11' x 34" x 5.4"

But the chart seems way too low for the first number(132) and way too high for the second. I am 6'5 and wonder if this would be big enough to sit down on



I was able to try paddleboarding in jasper this year, after losing the ability to do most sports due to a spinal cord injury it was nice to find something I was capable of doing so any advice here would be appreciated
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Dec 2, 2010
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Montreal
MrMello wrote: I know the price point should be another one. But in your experience, any recommendations?
I assume the tandem one can be used for 2 people or as a SUP for a single person. Right?
Planning to have just one as I will be traveling with wife only.
The tandem is amazing. I own it and its great if you want to do two adults. Its big enough to have young kids on it too with you. As a bonus it also has attachable seats so you can kayak as well with it. The only negative is its heavy - about 60lbs with the equipment in the duffle it comes with.
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MrMello wrote: I know the price point should be another one. But in your experience, any recommendations?
I assume the tandem one can be used for 2 people or as a SUP for a single person. Right?
Planning to have just one as I will be traveling with wife only.
It was a couple hundred bucks more. You can use it as a tandem kayak (comes with clip in seats) or tandem sup. The paddles can be configured for both. Since the max weight is 500lbs, we have actually taken it out with our family of 5. I wouldn't hesitate to get it for a couple. Last year's went under a recall though so that's why you don't see it available.
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nicolascon wrote: Dumb question but what is this size on the chart in reference to?

https://www.bodyglove.com/products/isup ... -blue-wood

the board is
11' x 34" x 5.4"

But the chart seems way too low for the first number(132) and way too high for the second. I am 6'5 and wonder if this would be big enough to sit down on

I

I was able to try paddleboarding in jasper this year, after losing the ability to do most sports due to a spinal cord injury it was nice to find something I was capable of doing so any advice here would be appreciated
It's 11' tall. I don't see why you couldn't sit on it. It may be tiring though in the back. You can kneel as well. The main area is padded except for the handle in the middle. I usually take this one out with 1 kid or let my 2 boys take it out. I'm much shorter but we all fit.
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MrMello wrote: Is there another version where 2 people can be seated? Like, SUP or seated.
Stock R wrote: Yup. It's called the "tandem". I own both.
The tandem was recalled, check with Costco.
The tandem didn’t review so well, it is massive and I can see it being a problem for one person.

This one is good but invest in some d rings and a handle for front and back for carrying it with a friend. Body glove support is not responsive for a leak so I may return mine soon.
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podric wrote: The tandem was recalled, check with Costco.
The tandem didn’t review so well, it is massive and I can see it being a problem for one person.

This one is good but invest in some d rings and a handle for front and back for carrying it with a friend. Body glove support is not responsive for a leak so I may return mine soon.
Quick question in regards to the d rings, how did you add them onto this paddle board?

Another general question, how does this unit compare to other ones on Amazon or Walmart "Marketplace"? I notice there are ones that are around 250-300 before any further discounts.
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Try to see if u can find this in the store

I got it for less than 200 from woodbridge costco
In early january

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kebbage wrote: Quick question in regards to the d rings, how did you add them onto this paddle board?
I add the D-rings with mustard as long as the board isn't to hot to lick.
Look up the paddle board D-Rings on Amazon for better detail.
kebbage wrote: Another general question, how does this unit compare to other ones on Amazon or Walmart "Marketplace"? I notice there are ones that are around 250-300 before any further discounts.
How do I compare a no-name off-brand without any mainstream reviews to one backed up by Body Glove and Costco?
That is a tough question.
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SUP electric pump cost around $130 or so, so the new version seems to be a better deal than the ATL sale price for the older version.
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Oct 26, 2011
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2023 model has removable fins and their connect straps to connect 2 together side by side.

Whether that is worth waiting for is up to you. I like the removable fin option but it is worth ~$150?

https://www.bodyglove.com/products/isup ... d-hematite

Edit: Just bought 2022 model at $399. Screw those detachable fins.
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kebbage wrote: Quick question in regards to the d rings, how did you add them onto this paddle board?

Another general question, how does this unit compare to other ones on Amazon or Walmart "Marketplace"? I notice there are ones that are around 250-300 before any further discounts.
I have 2 of these and 1 from PrincessAuto which would be like Amazon, everything about the Costco BG one is more premium, finishes, action cam mount, paddle, electric pump which makes filling it much easier especially at the end few psi. Plus Costco’s return policy should there be glue problems.

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