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  Posted by: dc9mm on Jun-16-13 1:17 PM (EST)
 

-- Last Updated: Jun-16-13 1:18 PM EST --

We have a women in one of the groups I paddle with who has one of those sea eagles. Its a BARGE. Super slowwwww. I wouldnt consider going on Lake Erie ever with that. In this same group there were two other inflatables that were much better. They looked like a regular kayak and kept up just fine. I cant remember the name but all I can say is forget the Sea Eagle.It looks like something for use in a pool not a lake. I did ask about the cost of the other two inflatables and they were more up around $800 and up and had a frame in them of some kind.

Your talking about this one right? If so forget it.It couldnt keep up with 10 foot rec boats.
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