I’m pretty impressed with how the kayak moves in the water, stays straight, doesn’t feel too low or to high, overall a nice feel. BUT my kayak has an extra crease that isn’t supposed to be there so I don’t think it folds as tight as it should. Doesn’t appear to affect it when it’s in the water. AND I stepped on one of the buckles for the seat and it broke. Unfortunately the only spare part not included was this part of the buckle. So I’m not sure of the overall quality, even though it’s great on the water. I bought my paddle from another provider.
I’m thrilled with how it is easy to carry and fits in my car and apartment.
I was longing to buy one of those oru kayaks, but the shipping fee takes nearly half the price. Had to turn to this one at last. It's not failing me so far. Glad I saved a few hundred bucks. These things should be able to cost down.
I'm a 65yr old who cannot carry a heavy boat, and pumping an inflatable kayak is too tiring for me. So this foldable little boat is a good idea for me. I can stay on the water and train my upper body.
Bought this for my dad and he's having fun!
3 boats in a car! That's crazy! Me and my friends each got a kayak and went on a group trip!
It took me a little bit longer to figure out for the first time. The wide open copkit allows me to padlle with my dog. :)
Love how easy it can be carried around. Just back from a trip to Taiwan.
It's more like a boat than a traditional kayak. With its big open top, I can put my own stuff in it. Just make sure there is a waterproof bag. It's the same price as oru inlet. I don't know if it could last longer than an oru inlet. But buying from oru would cost me $700 extra for shipping to Australia, which makes the deal almost double the price.
It's been worth waiting for. Love the boat for how easy and compact it is. Sailing like a breeze. It's free shipping so it cost me much less than buying from oru. Really glad for the decision I made.
In love with this boat! I was worried it might be too light and could be blown away by the wind. But no problems at all. It's able to paddle against the wind (not strong wind tho). I prefer peaceful paddling. Not risking big waves.
Had fun paddling with this boat. It's a 1 person kayak, but it actually got more space. If I'm not too heavy I would let my son sit in as well. LOL.