This was posted 6 months 13 days ago, and might be an out-dated deal.

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[UNiDAYS] Intex Excursion Pro K1 Kayak $179.28 (Was $249) + $10 Pickup/ $20 Delivery @ Catch

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This is the one person version.

Looks like the best deal if you have missed Costco's $299 K2 version.

Stack with 6% off Catch gift card to bring effective price down to $168.52 before shipping.

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  • -1 vote

    These stink bad of plastic smell

    • +4 votes

      Better not eat them then

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        What about VOCs?

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    Easy to inflate and deflate

    Pool toy?

  • +4 votes

    I’m still so angry about how catch (profanity) us over on the 2 person kayak.

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      yeah agree, but want to try this kayak

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      Hmm, I didn't know what you were referring to, so I did a quick Ozbargain search and I believe you are referring to this deal?

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      The K2 has been popping up occasionally hereon amazon for 380$ with 20$ cashback. Not as good as the costco deal but still better than everywhere else. Mine is due to be delivered this week.

  • +1 vote

    buy from somewhere else…. you will get one of the ones that we returned….go ahead if you don't mind ;)

  • +3 votes

    max weight: 100kg….goals……

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    does anyone know how big this thing is packed up?

    it looks like the K1 was just recently released where as the K2 was available quite a while ago, can't find any review on the K1

    hell intexs official website doesn't even list the K1 as a model they make! looks like it was first sold late last year

  • +1 vote

    got this a couple of days ago. 17 kg packed in double layer cardboard box. box dimensions are around 50x30x30 cm. boat itself 13kg.

    Have inflated at home, looks pretty good in terms of build quality and with accesories. Will try over the week can give feedback later on

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      nice

      i am on the fence with this one and the k1 challenger

      in terms of quality this one is obviously better but for me bulkiness when packed is just as important as i'll be transporting it via motorcycle

      i think a large chunk of the bulkiness is down to a much larger pump with this version, if the boat by itself looks like it can fit in a large backpack that would excellent otherwise i'll probably have to go with the inferior challenger