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Intex Challenger K1 Kayak

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  • Nimble, durable kayak is made of durable welded material with eye-catching graphics for added safety on the lake or slow-moving river
  • Cockpit is designed for comfort and maximized space, and inflatable I-beam floors add stability
  • Cargo net to store extra gear, and grab line on both ends of kayak; inflatable seat with backrest
  • Comes with 84-inch aluminum oar, high-output hand pump, and repair patch
  • Measures 30-by-15-by-108 inches (W x H x D), with 27.2-pound weight and 220-pound maximum capacity
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Product Description

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The nimble, durable Challenger K1 kayak is made of durable welded material with eye-catching graphics for added safety on the lake or slow-moving river. The streamlined craft slips easily through the water, and its cockpit is designed for comfort and maximized space. Inflatable I-beam floors add stability, and an 84-inch oar and high-output hand pump are also included.


The nimble, streamlined K1 is ideal for a day of fun on the lake or slow-moving river.

Features

  • One-person kayak with low profile design
  • Cargo net to store extra gear
  • Grab line on both ends of kayak
  • Inflatable floor for comfort and rigidity
  • Inflatable seat with backrest
  • Comes with 84-inch aluminum oar, high-output hand pump, and repair patch

Specifications

  • Measures 30-by-15-by-108 inches (W x H x D)
  • 27.2-pound weight
  • 220-pound maximum capacity

About Intex Recreation
Intex Recreation makes above-ground swimming pools, air beds, inflatable toys, pool and lake boats, and the proprietary Intex Saltwater Pool System. The company has been in business for over 40 years, and is a global leader in designing and producing innovative products for indoor and outdoor recreation.

Intex products meet the most stringent safety standards, undergoing intensive testing to ensure years of safety and satisfaction. During the manufacturing process, trained Intex employees continuously monitor a wide range of factors, including quality of raw materials, calibration of the machines, manufacture and assembly of each product, product testing, and careful packaging of every item.

Product Description

Intex Challenger K1 Lake KayakChallenger K1 Lake Kayak. Approx inflated size: 108"x30"x15". 30 gauge PVC. 84" aluminum oars and a high-output hand pump included. Hard plastic skegs on the underside of the kayak (similar to the underside of a surfboard)provide directional control so you can be sure you'll get where you want to go. The kayaks feature inflatable seats with backrests, inflatable I-beamfloors, grab lines on both ends, and U.S. Coast Guard I.D. Sporty graphics for high visibility. Low-profile for lakes and mild rivers. Streamlined design for easy paddling. Rugged vinyl construction.Maximum weight capacity: 220 lbs.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 137.8 x 29.9 x 15 inches ; 24.6 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 27.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  • ASIN: B00177J4JS
  • Item model number: 68305EP
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (180 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #7,895 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Customer Reviews

Super easy and again so very pleased.
TN Girl
It does not track straight, but it will get you to where you want to go with effort.
Sue
The second one leaked beneath the inflation valve.
cincyc

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

220 of 227 people found the following review helpful By Stephen Aiken on April 29, 2009
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I'm a student who has barely any money for fun things, so I decided to buy a kayak so I could have a lot of fun with just a one time "fee". It's perfect for being only around $80.00. I have no complaints since it's my first kayak and I have nothing to compare it to. I do highly recommend buying a different paddle, the one included isn't too comfortable and efficient since it's on the short end. People who complain about it's "tracking"(going straignt while paddling) need to understand this is not a touring kayak made of carbon fiber. It's an $80 inflatable kayak. I've taken it out on lakes around 20 times so far in the last two months and have had only one leak. The leak was from me being dumb and taking it to the ocean where a shell made a nice little tear. This was easily fixed with the included repair kit. All 20 trips have been for at least one hour. Two of those were "long" trips(6 miles round trip). It holds up fine in strong winds and mild waves. On my second long trip the winds were 20mph with 30mph gusts and about 2ft waves. It's pretty fun and you definitely get splashed, here in Florida that feels good though. There's a good bit of space behind the seat to store items as well as in the front where your feet go in. It does include an inflatable "foot rest". I'm not exactly sure what it's called but it helps with maintaining proper posture. It deflates in 5 minutes and fits into a small 2x2 bag which fits perfectly in any trunk. I highly recommend this if you need a way to get out on some water but don't have the money or space for a "higher-end" model.
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109 of 116 people found the following review helpful By Marshall Henrie on June 2, 2010
This kayak is a winner: excellent price and very good performance. I bought two of the one-man kayaks (one for me, one for friends and relatives). So far we have traveled 31 miles total spread across four separate river trips down the Rio Grande River (calm waters) here in New Mexico. I am 6'0" and weigh 190 lbs, and the kayak fit me fine. Others I have taken with me have ranged from my 6'2" son-in-law (length was OK for him) and a friend (205 lbs., weight was not a concern). The kayaks handled very well, and both trips were a real joy. Here are some observations:

- Inflation is very fast with the included high efficiency hand/foot pump. There are four air chambers, and the kayak has never taken more than about 4 minutes to inflate. I throw the pump into the kayak behind my seat when we take off, just in case I need to top up later (which I never have had to do).

- Storage and transport are a breeze. The kayak stores in a small, cloth travel case about twice the size of a briefcase. At 25 pounds, it is relatively light weight. Once I had to carry the kayak about 0.5 miles to get to the river, and hauling that weight was not a big deal. I have carried the inflated kayak a few blocks hanging it on my shoulder, and it was easy to carry.

- The bungee cord storage area in the front is great for carrying a fanny pack, water bottle, sandals, spare paddle, etc. Also, there was more storage space behind the seat.

- Maneuvering is very easy, great for river use. There are two small plastic skegs (about the size of your open palm) under the boat to add a little directional stability. The skegs are at the center of the boat, which allows you to rotate easily while still maintaining a fairly consistent non-zig-zag rowing pattern.
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110 of 118 people found the following review helpful By Rachael on April 21, 2011
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The Intex Challenger Kayak is easy to inflate, affordable, and comes in a convenient carrying case. Unfortunately, there were some major use details overlooked in the production of this craft.

The edges of the plastic seam on the rim around the seat have not been sealed flush, so the seams create a sharp edge that rubs against your torso and makes the ride uncomfortable. The paddle is not adjustable for height and has the joints precisely where you would want your hands to go. They are coated in rubber rings, seemingly to allow for a more comfortable grip, but I am a woman with small hands my hands are too wide to fit comfortably on the grip. The carrying case is a thin parachute-like material, with wide stitched seams that don't hold up to the strength of carrying the boat. There is only one valve for both sides, which routes through the nose of the boat. Deflating it is not as easy as it should be. The case is wide enough to comfortably get the thing back in, though. (Yay!)

The pump works well, and putting the marker gauge on the side to judge psi was a brilliant move. My previous kayak had them integrated so that you didn't have to hold on to them while inflating, though. The boat maneuvers well, and overall is a good little ducky, but I am not sure how they overlooked these very simple but important factors in design.

The shipping on this item was incredible. I ordered and received it in less than 24 hours. There are things I don't like about the kayak, but overall I would probably make the same purchase knowing what I do now.
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67 of 75 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on May 31, 2011
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Length: 1:06 Mins
I had this kayak for a few days and I took it out in the water twice , this are my impressions :

The good:
First off all , the price ,getting a kayak , pump and paddle for around $80 is a bargain , you will have to pay a lot more for an entry level hard shell .

Inflating is easy , takes about 10 - 15 min , practice makes perfect and after a few times you get the feel for the right pressure , you still need to double check with the included gauge , over inflating is not a good thing .

Cargo net is very useful .
The bad :
THE PADDLE , it will break at the most inappropriate time , when you are far from shore , the plastic couplings are the weak point .

The ugly :
The seat is too small to provide any back support making it difficult to get in a good position for paddling , fix it by adding some stiff support , I used a kids kick board made of styrofoam .

It doesn't track ( go in straight line ) well , has two small skegs right under the seat area but they are too small , fix it with an extra skeg , there is an example on the reviews for the Challenger K2 , I used the plastic paddle that broke and some wood .
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