/ Sea Eagle RazorLite 393 Inflatable Kayak Pro Package
- LWLorin W.Verified BuyerI recommend this productRated 5 stars7 months agoEverything we expected
We purchased this kayak to travel with in our RV. It works well for day tripping. Tracks nicely and paddles easily. Very comfortable for a day trip. It's made of quality construction and everything we expected in an inflatable. I haven't figured out the proper sequence for folding and packing into the carrying bag, so that is still a challenge.
- RMRobert M.Verified BuyerI recommend this productRated 5 stars5 years agoVery very and happily surprised.
I've paddled over 4000 miles in the last 30 years. We have 23 kayaks at the moment---the vast majority hard shell sea kayaks; including Valley Boats, Nigel Dennis Kayaks, Necky Wilderness System, and two folders by Feathercraft.
Honestly I was not expecting a lot from an inflatable kayak.
I was wrong.
The Sea Eagle line of kayaks is top of the line for an inflatable kayak. The hull rigidity truly approaches a carbon-kevlar composite boat. The tracking (thanks to the pop-in rudder) is fantastic....it does track so well you'll have to make some effort turning, but that is as expected.
The weight capacity is incredible. 500 pounds--are you kidding me! Seat comfort is as good if not better than the seats we have in our Eddyline Carribeans. The foot rest however is functional but not much more, but the strap is part of our packing system so it gets a pass.
The only complaint is the advertised packed size of 22 x22 x 12 inches. Yes it is possible and yes you will have to work to get the 393rl down that small. The company really should explain a bit more about this in their adds. Luckily they've made a great series of youtubes that show you in detail the process. This is important because we bought the 393rl's for our small campervan, but the bottom line in this regard is that we can carry two 12 foot kayaks inside our van!
The pump Sea Eagle sells is a nice addition. Fast and before you know it you are on the water. We bought the more economical model and it is a bit…