A modular kayak sounds like a recipe for disaster, but a quick search through some reviews reveals there are some definite pros to the obvious cons. Let’s go through the pros. It’s modular. Change it from one person to two to three to four, all by adding in an extra piece in the middle with its simple and fast SNAP-Tap system. This modularity allows for easier transport and storage, meaning you won’t need a big SUV or a big house. Take the smaller version, for instance: take it apart, put it in the backseat of your and store it under the bed when you get home. It’s also not too terribly expensive.
Now on to the cons: see those Amazon reviews I mentioned before. There’s going to be some water that gets in (expect a wet derrière), maybe a few quality issues that wouldn’t show up on higher-priced kayaks. You won’t want to use this kayak in rough waters, but a leisurely paddle through still-ish waters? Sure. Do your research before you buy, of course. In any case, it’s an interesting option for amateur water explorers, don’t you think?
Made in the USA of blow molded, durable polyethylene.
Comes with a one year warranty.
Paddles ordered separately.
Front: 24 1/4 w x 55 l (61.6 x 139 cm)
Middle: 24 1/4 w x 50 l (61.6 x 127 cm)
Rear: 24 1/4 w x 55 l (61.6 x 139 cm)
Front, Middle, Rear (each): 20 lbs (9.1 kg)
Solo kayak weight capacity: 265 lbs (120 kg)
Tandem kayak weight capacity: 530 lbs (240 kg)