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Sea Eagle SE370K_P Inflatable Kayak with Pro Package

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  • Lightweight and portable inflatable sport kayak
  • NMMA Certified; inflates in 8 minutes
  • Self-bailing drain valve
  • 3 deluxe one-way valves
  • Lashed-down inflatable spray skirts
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Product Description

Product Description

Sea Eagle 370 Kayak Pro Package

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Race down the river or cruise a mirror-smooth lake at dawn in the Sea Eagle Sport kayak. It holds up to 650 pounds, but weighs only 32. Easily portable, it carries upto three people and gear, but can be transported and used by one adult alone. You can even bring your dog out on the water--the rugged PolyKrylar hull is tough enough to withstand dog paws and claws. The SE370 packs down to fit in a storage bag, but has cargo space for camping gear and other supplies. It can be used for paddling, fishing, yacht tending, or skin diving. You can even take it on the river as it can handle whitewater up to class III.

The Sea Eagle features an extra thick 38-millimeter Polykrylar hull, an I-beam construction floor for extra rigidity, inflatable spray skirts, removable inflatable front and rear seat, front and rear rope handles, and a self-bailing drain valve (a handy feature on whitewater rivers or in ocean surf). It also features two molded kegs for tracking and speed to track smoothly across the water, and high-freqency welded seams that fuse the material into one solid piece.



The PolyKrylar hull is strong enough to withstand dog paws and claws.

Features:

  • Lightweight and portable inflatable sport kayak
  • NMMA Certified
  • Self-bailing drain valve
  • 3 deluxe one-way valves
  • Lashed-down inflatable spray skirts
  • I-beam construction floor
  • 2 skegs on the bottom for better tracking and speed
  • Pressure gauge and repair kit
  • Bow & stern grab line
  • Rugged PolyKrylar hull is tough enough to withstand dog paws

Specifications:

  • Interior: 10 feet, 8 inches by 1 foot, 1 inch
  • Exterior: 12 feet, 6 inches by 2 feet, 10inches
  • Deflated: 31 by 19 by 8 inches
  • Tube Diameter: 9 inches
  • Capacity: 3 Persons or 650 pounds
  • Weight: 32 pounds
  • Chambers: 3 (port, starboard,floor)
  • Material: 38 mil PolyKrylar (K80 PVC)
  • Seam: High-frequency welded
  • Floor: Inflatable I-beam construction
  • Air Valves: 5 deluxe one-way
  • Inflation & Assembly time: 8 minutes

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Product Details

User Manual [1.30mb PDF]
  • Product Dimensions: 34 x 19 x 10 inches ; 44.2 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 55.3 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Origin: China
  • ASIN: B001ASRVDK
  • Item model number: SE370K_P
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (170 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #8,910 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Customer Reviews

While easier to transport it's still rather heavy in its carrying bag.
word2thelp
Great kayak, easy to set up, very comfortable and handles well except in windy conditions.
Francois Levesque
It helps quite a bit with keeping a straight line, but wind will be a bigger issue.
Nic

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

249 of 256 people found the following review helpful By BSB on July 31, 2011
I must admit that I have wanted a Sea Eagle inflatable since I was a kid (30 yrs ago). I actually ordered (1) 370 and (1) 330 but they sent me (2) 370 models. I guess it was my lucky day. The boats arrived about 5 days after I placed the order in good condition. Do not use a knife to open the shipping boxes or you run the risk of cutting the boat. I ordered (1) Pro Package and (1) Deluxe Package because my teenage son is using one boat and we just use one Pro seat in each boat for solo trips. The deluxe seats are horrible for back support in the middle of the boat, but work well at the rear because the spray skirt helps with back support. The hardest part of assembly is getting the valve cap keepers on the valve openings. They require some stretching to get them on and some of them won't stay on well. This doesn't affect the seal of the valve caps but it does keep them from getting lost or misplaced. Pumping the three main chambers requires about 100 pumps for each with the included foot pump and two to three for each spray skirt. The seats require about three pumps for the two seperate chambers.I see an electric air pump in my future! I pumped both boats up and pressure tested them for two days and all of the valves held pressure. I did read on another website that it is a good idea to go back and give each valve another twist to prevent any slow leaks while operating the boat. The 370 models have thicker material than the 330's (38mil vs 33mil, so in theory they should be more puncture resistant. The paddles are of a four piece collapsible design. They look to be of reasonable quality and since I will be paddling solo most of the time I have a spare paddle in case something does break (each boat comes with two paddles).Read more ›
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99 of 100 people found the following review helpful By Nic on July 4, 2011
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I recently got into kayaking by way of some friends. They had two boats so the three of us would rotate so we could all have some fun. It was fun, but when you'd like everyone out on the water at the same time, you will obviously need a third boat. Being an apartment dweller I couldn't really keep a hard shell kayak anywhere. Nor did I want to haul one up and down three flight of stairs every time I felt like hitting the water.

After a lot of research I decided on the Sea Eagle SE370. And I'm pretty dang happy.

1. Storage, set up, moving: It easy to set up. The first couple of times might take you a bit longer than advertised, but after that, it's a smooth process. Moving it to the water has one real issue: The carry bag should have two straps instead of one. The single strap will dig into your shoulder on longer walks to the water. I've since started inflating it right out of the car instead of hauling the bag to the launch site. Still, while that eliminates the pain of the single shoulder strap it is awkward to carry for a quarter mile. Storage is pretty easy. The boat in its bag will easily fit in a closet while it patiently waits for its next use. Major drawback, you cannot fit the paddles in the carry bag with the SE370. It might be possible with the smaller SE330, but it just won't happen with the 370. The boat, seats, and pump take up all of the space. If you're really determined, maybe you can cram the paddles in, but not wanting to break anything I haven't tried to force it. Outside of the single shoulder strap on the carry bag, this thing is great.

2. On the water: Talk about stable. Between my efforts to tip it, and my friends more extreme attempts, I feel safe saying it will not tip.
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87 of 88 people found the following review helpful By UnderSee on August 25, 2013
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I've had this boat for a bit over one month and been out three times with my wife. Overall, I love this boat, but would not get rid of my hard-shell kayak for it.

I've had a hard shell 10.5 foot "fishing" kayak for several years now, plus paddled on several types of rented yaks, and was looking to buy a tandem seat kayak to get my wife out with me. Storage was a concern as my hard shell already takes up a lot of garage space, and I didn't want to get a boat that we would only use a couple of time a year. Loading a 12 foot+ tandem kayak on top of my SUV and getting it the ten+ miles to/from the water was also a concern. An inflatable seemed like the perfect solution, especially one that allowed me to reconfigure the seats to use as both a single-person and tandem boat.

First up; this is a solid and well-made boat, easily comparing to any commercial-grade inflatable boat I've been around. Having an inflation gauge to get proper pressure on the side tubes takes a lot of worry out of properly inflating this boat. After three tries, my wife and I can set it up in about 30 minutes. Take down is a little faster only because I just throw everything into the back of our SUV loose, knowing I'm going to be cleaning everything once I get home anyway. The foot pump is excellent, and I see no reason to use an electric pump. I did try inflating the boat with a little Coleman pump that I have for an inflatable mattress and water toys, but the pump doesn't have the "omph" to blow up something with as much volume as this boat. Having a drain plug at the stern and a tow point on the bow are nice touches, and show that this boat is well thought out.

For handling, I'm comparing the Sea Eagle to a hard shell sit-inside kayak.
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