This was posted 5 months 18 days ago, and might be an out-dated deal.

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Hydro-Force Inflatable Stand-up Paddle Board for $199 (Was $299) in-Store /+ Delivery (Out of Stock Online) @ Kmart

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Looks like there is stock online and in some Sydney stores.

Not sure if how good the product is but is one of the cheapest inflatable stand up paddle board compared to others on the market. Adventure Kings SUP and Decathlon's offerings for comparison.

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    I was looking at this but ended up getting the Kings one through eBay with 15% off. So got the board and collapsable bucket for $180. Plenty of good reviews for the Kings one compared to nothing for the Kmart one.

    • Hey @iShibby Do you have a link to the one you bought?

      Do you use it much ?

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        Yeah the one listed below. Only received it yesterday so not had a chance lol. Be aware it doesn't come with a pump. I bought an electric pump adapter to use with it as it will be way easier.

        • Thanks for that - I recently purchased one of the Xiaomi Mini Compressor pumps - Any ideas if this might work ?

          https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/284414432353

          I have a larger pump we've taken away with us before, 240v & Car Cig lighter adapter.

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            @GC67: I can’t see why not. I bought this. Works with any pump - Inflatable Boat SUP Pump Adaptor Vashly Air Pump Converter Standard Schrader Conventional Pump Adaptor Air Valve Adapter Pumping Head Connector for Inflatable Rowing Boat,Stand Up Paddle Board,Kayak(Orange&Grey) https://www.amazon.com.au/dp/B09J2453XH/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_g...

            • @iShibby: One more query, where do you plan on using it - I'm in Melb, and was going to use it mainly at local bayside beaches, which are normally pretty flat.

              We travel to Cohuna every year, but I think there are too many trees in the water for an inflatable board.

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                @GC67: I'm in Melb too. Friend of mine paddleboards every week and got me to try it a few weeks ago at Lysterfield Lakes (SE Suburbs). Was a windy day that day so not idea for a beginner but it was great fun.

                I was also planning to use it down at Edithvale beach in the summer, kinda flat, shallow quite a way out. The kids will have a great time on it. Then deflate it back in the car easy.

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                  @iShibby: Yup - Edithvale, our usual go-to.

                  See you down there !

                  I'll be the chubby guy trying like hell to look cool getting back onto an inflatable board…

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                    @GC67: Lol it is tricky but once you get used to it, it's not that bad. You should try Lysterfield Lake first, a nice calm day would make it easier to practice on.

              • @GC67: These inflatable SUP's are so tough, a few trees will be fine to navigate through

          • @GC67: Is that pump any good? I have an Ozito that plugs into the car lighter but having a portable one looks super handy

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