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Sea Eagle SE370 Inflatable Kayak with Deluxe Package
- Low Return Rate: 42% fewer returns than similar products
- Highly Rated: 4.2 star rating with over 50 reviews
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- Affordable inflatable sport kayak is lightweight and portable
- Holds 3 people up to 650 pounds in total weight
- Inflation and assembly time is only 8 minutes
- Weighs just 32 pounds; measures 12 feet, 6 inches by 2 feet, 10 inches
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The SE370 inflatable kayak packs down to fit in a storage bag, but has cargo space for camping supplies for several days. An inflatable kayak can be used for fishing, yacht tending or skin diving. For river runners, the Sea Eagle 370 can handle up to class three whitewater. In many ways, this is the easiest to use, the most versatile and the most fun inflatable kayak that we sell.
At 32 pounds, you can take this 2-person inflatable kayak just about anywhere--down the river, on the lake, or even out to sea. It will hold up to 500 pounds and carry two adults and gear, but only requires one person to carry it to and from the water. You can even take your dog out with you--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 to hold camping supplies for several days. An inflatable canoe can be used for fishing, yacht tending or skin diving. For river runners, this kayak can handle up to class III whitewater.
The SE370 features an extra thick 33 millimeter Polykrylar hull, 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 white water rivers or in ocean surf). Two molded skegs provide great tracking and speed and allows your kayak to track smoothly across the water to maximize your paddling effort. High-frequency welded seams are welded with 10,000 volts of power that ensure the fusion of the material into one solid piece to ensure this boat lives a long life. Remarkably stable, durable, and portable, this lightweight kayak is a convenient choice for any paddler.
The package includes kayak, two canoe seats, foot pump, oar set, carry bag, repair kit, and instructions.
- 2-person inflatable kayak
- NMMA Certified
- Self bailing drain valve
- Three deluxe one-way valves
- Lashed down inflatable spray skirts
- I-beam construction floor
- 2 skegs on the bottom for better tracking & speed
- Pressure gauge and repair kit
- Bow & stern grab line
- Interior: 10 feet, 8 inches by 1 foot, 1 inch
- Exterior: 12 feet, 6 inches by 2 feet, 10 inches
- Deflated: 31 by 19 by 8 inches
- Tube Diameter: 9 inches
- Capacity: 3 persons or 650 pounds
- Weight: 32 pounds
- Chambers: 3 (port, starboard and floor)
- Material: 38 mil PolyKrylor (K80 PVC)
- Seam: High-frequency welded
- Floor: Inflatable I-beam construction
- Air Valves: 5 deluxe 1-way
- Inflation & Assembly time: 8 minutes
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It's a heavy package, and you wouldn't want to be hiking any distance with it slung on your shoulders, but this is great if you can park near the lake or river and launch from the shore. For us apartment dwellers living in an area surrounded by lakes and rivers, this perfectly fits the bill allowing us to kayak without worrying how we'll store or transport everything.
The oars are/were ok, not sure what was that much better for use on the premium model, but they were more expensive than the ones we got according to Amazon's prices.
The boat itself is fine. we recently had it in the ocean in the keys. We did not do as well as our friends with a real kayak, but we didn't have a problem with the chop or wind going where we wanted to. The ability to fold it up in a bag was really great for us since we are full time RV'rs. I've also talked to other Sea Eagle owners who also have good praise.
The seat i spoke about has had a slow leak, so i called Sea Eagle today. Could not talk them into a discount on the better seats, but they will replace the leaky one for free, i think. Seems like they support well.
By versatile I mean you can use this boat in many different situations. Its compact enough to live in the trunk of your car in summer. I can fit three of these in the trunk of my compact car. It's good for one or two people (three is possible, but cramped). It's easy to set up and take down - 10 minutes is realistic. I have used it in the ocean, lakes, coves, and class II and even some III whitewater, and it's decent in all those scenarios. Stability is excellent. Speed is OK, especially if you get to know the boat, it's comfortable for longer rides, there is enough interior room, and it's quite maneuverable. However, it's definitely a jack of all trades, and master of none. You're not outperforming kayaks on open water, or canoes on camping trips, or playboats in whitewater. But you can bring your one $300 boat for any of those roles and have a ton of fun, without huge investment, preparation, or expensive rental.
The boat is easy to set up - easy enough for my inlaws, who are in their 60s and neither very athletic or practical to manage just fine. They do put the seats in the wrong way around regularly and spin in circles until they realize what's going on. Valves and skegs are in the back! The boat is also very stable, which is great for people who don't feel super confident going in. It IS possible to flip - I thought it wasn't, but a particularly clumsy friend managed it with a combination of standing up and holding on to a branch.
Durability is very good, and an obvious concern for a cheap-ish watercraft. The hull material is very solid. I have used the boat maybe 25 or 30 times and have not been especially careful. I haven't been reckless, but I have hit more than my fair share of rocks, sticks, and obstacles, especially in whitewater. No punctures or even visual scratches. I also put my dog in - not a success, she hated it - but there was no damage to the boat. The pump did break after 2 years, but I think that's par for the course.
Let's talk value. Everyone knows that boats are fun, but that they're usually stupidly expensive. A boat, as they say, is a hole in the water you pour money into. With this boat, you are getting a versatile, practical, durable, and complete boat for around $300. That is almost too good to be true. Because it fits in your trunk and because it is ok in different roles, you're likely to actually use it. It's well made and has a solid warranty, so it's low-risk even at a low price. It comes with paddles, seat, pump, and carry bag, so there's no hidden cost. All you need is PFDs. I think in real terms, this boat is not necessarily competing with other, more high end boats - it's competing with staying on dry land, and for that it's the best solution around.
- performance improves dramatically if you make sure the side tubes are very firm. You can go a little over the inflation gauge indicated volume.
- don't bother attaching the boston valves with the retainer rings. Just screw in before inflating, and unscrew to inflate in an instant. I have a little drybag I pack them in. It saves you a lot of cursing and breaking nails, and your boat will roll up tighter.
- get the pro package with the better seats. The regular seats are OK for the person in back, but in front you lack support. I upgraded and never looked back.
- dry the boat out before packing it up to prevent weather stains. Some UV protectant spray is also recommended.
- Get ready for a lot of compliments and inquiries, and maybe some irritation from people who realize that their $80 per person rental wasn't great value.