Air valves have been moved toward the inside of boat's tubes and away from direct exposure to the elements. All around rope grab line. Separate internal air chambers. One-way drain valve with plug. All around, durable rubber strike. Safety valve to prevent over inflation. Manufactured in China.
Heavy duty 1,100 Dtex High Strength PVC fabric coated on both side with 1100 g/m2, 0.9mm. Fabric is thick, puncture proof and abrasion resistant. High-pressure air deck floor.
13" oversized diameter tubes. Hugging rope with handles in front and back. Heavy-duty D-rings for optional kayak seats.
Two FREE removable thwarts (value $20) included. 4 plastic fins at the bottom for directional stability. Storage space in front and bow under splash guards. Industry standard Halkey-Roberts flat valves design.
Included accessories: pair of oars, thwarts, repair kit and carry bag. Complimentary generic hand pump included.
"I got an Saturn inflatable kayak last spring as a companion of my trip. Since then, Saturn traveled everywhere with me, from a wild river in Hokkaido (northernmost island of Japan) to tropical ocean islands of Maldives (island nation in the Indian ocean located at about 700 km southwest of Sri Lanka). It gave me great pleasures that had not been experienced before getting it. There were several reasons why I chose Saturn kayak as my companion boat. The first was its portability. The total weight of Saturn kayak including paddles and a pump is lighter than free baggage allowance of any airline company. Saturn kayak can be packed in a suitcase of 70x50x35cm (I cut each paddle into two peaces), which is convenient for manual transportation. The second was the toughness of PK375. It was not punctured by hidden rocks in the rapid stream and coral reefs in the tropical ocean. The third was the stability and controllability of Saturn kayak. It was stable enough for watching a wild life from the river and rapid enough for hopping island to island in the tropical ocean. In conclusion, I am very satisfied with Saturn kayak irrespective of its low price. A photo taken at Biyadhoo island, Maldives, is attached." Best wishes, T. Ichikawa, Sapporo, Japan