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For 2 to 3 people, up to a maximum of 245 kg (540 lbs).
Inflates in 10 minutes with a dual action hand pump.
Side tubes and a wide inflatable floor for good stability.
The bow shape gives the kayak good glide performance.3 keels.
Raised seat for comfort when at rest and when paddling.
Dropstitch floor.Tarpaulin side tubes with pressure relief valves
Excellent product, Excellent price, Excellent service
This has been a great purchase and a way to get out on the water during the pandemic. It is quite seaworthy and stable. I have a fair amount of boating/kayaking experience and found it easy to handle and fast enough to get where we needed to go. I think it is best if you have some basic boating skills before setting out. We have two adults and a 4 year old occupying the middle seat.
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Bought this Kayak because it can sit 3, has a well thought through design, well made and at a price point that is reasonable. The Kayak was easy to set up, very stable on water and is easy to paddle. We paddled from Punggol Point, pass Coney Island and ventured into the swamps of Palau Ubin on our very first ride. Traveled the first half of the journey against current and the Kayak had been very stable. At no point did we felt that it was dangerous or unstable. Would highly recommend this Kayak to anyone who is sitting on the fence and not decided. My only complain could be that the fins were difficult to remove after our ride.
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I'm giving this a bad review somewhat regretfully. I've really quite fallen in love with kayaking in the short time: my whole family has. We've used it on the canals of London; explored Newtown creeks; encountered playful seals on it while cruising up the north east coast of the Isle of Wight. We'd started to plan our future holidays around it: we want to be able to take it off for weekend trips down rivers across the country, fly it with us on holiday. It really is a transformational purchase, I couldn't have guessed what a great family activity it would be. We normally head out with it with me, my wife and five year old son in the middle. It's light enough that I can throw it on my back with paddles and all, then cycle off to a nearby river. Now, onto the bad: one side of the outer shell deflated while we were out on the water the 6th time we used it. We've been careful with it and looked after it throughout. I have no idea how it's loosing air but it is. We managed to get back to shore (admittedly taking half hour to get back to our launch site, so it didn't catastrophically fail). Perhaps I have been unlucky but I certainly expected a kayak costing this much to last more than 6 uses. I expect it is possible to stick a repair patch onto it, but if it punctures this easily/often it's going to be looking like a patchwork quilt within two years. Even then that might be acceptable, if it were possible to buy replacement outer shells, but it is not: they are not available as spare parts. So in retrospect, I should probably have coughed up more for a kayak that was made entirely of Nitrilon/dropstitch, rather than just having the inner floor made of it: the PVC material just clearly is not durable enough. A few niggling comments as well: 1) The adapter for inflating the seats does not come with the kayak. Not all the Decathlon pumps come with the relevant adapter, and the 'right' pump is not always available. 2) The description on the website should make clearer what the 'right pump' is given the manner in which 'high pressure' gets bandied about.
This is a great family kayak- pretty easy to set up and looks to be durable and long lasting. Kids loved it!
INFLATED SIZELength: 410 cmWidth:102 cmFOLDED & BAGGED SIZEHeight:60 cmWidth:40 cmThickness:40 cmWeight:18 kgMaximum floor pressure:0.34 bar (5 psi)Side tube and seat pressure:0.2 bar (3 psi)Number of seats:2 or 3 seatsContent:kayak, bag, repair kit, 3 fins, user guide, inflation connector, strap.PUMP NOT INCLUDEDFor use with an Itiwit double-action hand pump with adapters
Connect the ITIWIT pump (sold separately) by twisting the pump adapter 1/4 turn and inflate the floor to 5 psi.Finish by screwing the cap back on.Put the floor inside the kayak and strap it at the ends.The floor valve must be aligned with the side tube valves located at the back of the kayak.The floor's position must allow free access to the drain plugs located in the middle of the kayak.
Connect the ITIWIT pump (sold separately) by twisting the pump adapter 1/4 turn and inflate the side tubes to 3 psi.Finish by screwing the cap back on.Each side tube has a pressure relief valve.Its purpose is to evacuate excess air resulting from over-inflation.When this happens, you may notice a hissing sound.This hissing is normal, it can happen during inflation or after prolonged exposure to sun.It will stop once thekayak reaches the correct internal pressure
The seats are high, providing increased comfort for adults in the paddling position.Position the seats on the floor using the velcro areas located under the seat and on the floor.Stow any bags or equipment into the kayak's rear hatch or attach to the rear deck.The boat is ready to be launched.
Thanks to the stiffness of the Dropstitch floor
Remove the seats and slightly deflate the floor to make it easier to rinse out.Rinse the kayak, bottom and seats with clean water after each use to avoid damage from sand, salt water and sun.Open the drain plugs located in the middle of the kayak and at the rear.Tip the kayak to empty out the water.
Make sure that the surface you intend to fold the kayak on is clean. Remove the fins.Deflate the side bladders.The valves are located at the back of the kayak.WARNING:Do not unscrew the pressure relief valves at the front.Fold the floor.Fold the rest of the kayak in half lengthwise.Flatten the front fin base.Lay the rolled floor on the front end.Roll the kayak to the rear end.Strap the kayak.
Once dry and clean, the kayak should be stored in a dry and shady place, protected from significant temperature changes.The kayak can be stored folded but if you have enough space, storing it flat and slightly inflated will extend its life.
Spare parts are available for Itiwit X100+ kayaks from after-sales service.Visit the workshop at your nearest Decathlon store to collect or order some.Dropstitch floor:8561072Pressure relief valve:8561069Carry bag:8605095Paddle rip-tab:8561070
We recommend that you practice with a buoyancy vest.
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