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5 stars (out of 5) Submitted by: spaz0 on 2014-12-06
Summary: 1 st board I road and loved it, borrowed it from a friend who swears by it. I'm currently trying to buy it off of him as he wants to upgrade but he does not want to give it up just yet. maybe he will put it under the Christmas tree for me

Pros: stable and confidence builder
Cons: none
Usage: Lake Tahoe very calm waters no wind and no noticable current



4 stars (out of 5) Submitted by: Rc on 2014-11-30
Summary: just purchased it. I had take it to the water twice and so far so good. Im very happy considering its the first time I do this sport. I think if i can do it just like that, everyone can do it. I practiced it on a lake/canal. jetskies were all over the place making waves, etc... I didn't drop to the water. Of course it shakes when waves around and due to my lack of experience too. But I was able to handle the situation just fine. the more I use it the more experienced the more i can handle balance. I will keep it going here for a while until I become better then I will head to the open ocean were wind/waves/people will be into consideration. Lets just hope this board will last under normal use conditions. I will post an update in the near future just to see if I still this happy. its now April 2014. wait I forgot about the manual pump: its hard which means a good pre work out before entering the water. I weight 176 pounds and I was able to inflate it to 10psi which should be 15psi. Well, 10psi it performed very well. It holds its forms and stayed completely flat. Once I become an expert and wont need the work out, then I will purchased an electric pump. This is just to the fact to make more enjoyable the moment since i know myself and will paddle for a longer time getting the work out that im looking for. Not to mention I add a kayak seat and attach it to the D rings and now I can be seated and all....also got me a dual paddle of course. I will give 5 stars in the future if this board can handle me and the use as it is so far. Another reviews said about after a while some bubbles will show up in the bottom of it.....hope its not my case. Hey, I paid $460 for it. Others claim to be over $700 so I hope mine will last.

Pros: As stated above
Cons: As stated above



4 stars (out of 5) Submitted by: Tibbitts on 2014-07-16
Summary: This is a great board for a beginner or seasoned paddler.

Pros: great handling, quick response, ease in care and maintenance.
Usage: I use this model on an outlet and or lake in southern NY western PA mainly for exercise and leisurely excursions.



4 stars (out of 5) Submitted by: AM on 2014-07-15
Summary: This is a great inflatable for the price (I paid $399). I have not had an inflatable before but bought this one for my daugther who does a lot of traveling. She has since taken it to California, Texas, and Costa Rica.

Pros: The 6 inch thickness gives it enough stiffness to avoid the bend that some inflatables have. It is able to ride waves great or is also a great board for flat water.
Cons: The pump that comes with it is worthless. Definitely invest in an electric pump.
Usage: Used for exercise, mild surf, touring, fishing.















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