/ Advanced Elements AdvancedFrame Convertible Inflatable Kayak
- CMChris m.Verified ReviewerReviewingAdvanced Elements AdvancedFrame Convertible Inflatable KayakI recommend this productRated 5 stars1 hour agoAwesome kayak
Great Value and easy to inflate and use. Very stable
- EGEmmanuel G.Verified ReviewerReviewingAdvanced Elements AdvancedFrame Convertible Inflatable KayakI recommend this productRated 5 stars4 days agoSo far, so good
Only used the Advanced Elements Kayak once and we love it. Easy to inflate and glides through the water well. Very comfortable to sit in and quiet.
- RRevolutionReviewingAdvanced Elements Advanced Frame Convertible Inflatable KayakI recommend this productRated 5 stars11 years agoAdvanced Elements Advanced Frame Convertible Inflatable Kayak
Ordered the Advanced Elements AirFrame Convertible. Ordered several other accessories and such. Lots of money invested. Were we nervous? Yes. We ordered all that based on others reviews. A little risky. Were also interested in the Sea Eagle 385 but no reviews whatsoever from consumers?!? Who needs that? Let me tell you we shopped this to DEATH. This is the best there is considering wt., capacity, width (do you really think you'll be comfortable paddling a 38" kayak), and price. Although don't be misled. If you get all the goodies not included with the boat (like pump and paddles for starters, $250.00 right there), you'll go by $1000.00 at a dead run. Took it out on a lake. Had a lovely time. Came back nice and dry. Tracks well, doesn't blow around. Nice. Got a compliment on it. So we're one for one. Here in Central Florida it is next to impossible to find an air gauge for an inflatable kayak. Order it on the pump from Advanced Elements. During inflation make sure you are reading the gauge right. The black lines are usually Bars and it is the pink inner lines which are PSI. There are two tubes they call the main chambers that go all the way around the kayak. These are the biggest to pump up and are no problem at all. About thirty-five pumps in each with a double action hand pump. You have to be careful because the two tubes share the same pocket and have to be pumped up equally. The valves are a breeze. Don't worry about that. After the main chambers you have the floor which…
- LRLynn R.ReviewingAdvanced Elements Advanced Frame Convertible Inflatable KayakI recommend this productRated 5 stars13 years agoAdvanced Elements Advanced Frame Convertible Inflatable Kayak
My wife and I bought this boat in July to take on our bi-annual trips to Belize, since it was compact and light enough to use as checked luggage. We were amazed with the ease of set up and inflation the very first time we used it on a local river and have only been more impressed each time we use it. So far it has been used both solo & tandem on lakes and rivers up to class 2. We have toured, fly fished and used it as a swim platform. Because of its low profile in the water, wind does not bother this boat any more than my rigid kayak and less so than our canoe. Set up time is no more than 20 minutes from the trunk to the water. While it does take a little longer to deflate and dry, it fits easily back into the duffel bag.