Wed Aug 05 00:00:00 MDT 2015Paula M. Rating:5.0
Bought this for a gift. My grandson loves it!
Thu Aug 20 00:00:00 MDT 2015Betsy S. Rating:4.0
Solid good foam, floats great. May be a little short for my height, as far as hitting me in the right spots for support. (5'8")
Tue Jul 21 00:00:00 MDT 2015aperson Rating:5.0
My family and I used this last weekend and we loved it. Great having a place to swim to in the middle of the lake. Love it!!
Fri Aug 28 00:00:00 MDT 2015Sashafierce227 Rating:5.0
My son loves to play football with his friends. He said he like this football.
Mon Aug 31 00:00:00 MDT 2015koogs Rating:5.0
Great pool toy. Really sturdy and solid looking.
Sun Jul 31 00:00:00 MDT 2011bbowl3 Rating:5.0
I must admit that I have wanted a Sea Eagle inflatable since I was a kid (30 yrs ago). 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). The boat also ships with an inflation gauge to ensure proper air pressure and a patch kit. The maiden voyage of these boats was made on a local lake in a protected cove with winds about 5 MPH. As with any canoe or kayak, getting into it for the first time causes a little anxiety. The initial stability of these boats is not as good as some rented kayaks I have used but the secondary stability is very good. I was expecting bad yaw characteristics which is usually a trademark of inflatable boats but I was pleasantly suprised. The key is to start out with slow and light paddle strokes until up to speed and then the boat can be paddled with more power. When paddling solo the boat performs best if the paddler is seated around the middle. The pro seats are comfortable but they do slide around a little toward the back when entering the boat and getting seated. I will probably get some small caribiners and run some rope to the seats from the spray skirts to keep them from moving back. The wind did affect the boat some and corrective paddle strokes were needed to stay on the intended heading, but that is the case with most other inflatables. I was concerned about the sun heating up the boat and over pressurizing the chambers but the material is a light gray color and the boat stayed relatively cool on this 95 degree day. This is what I would call a fun boat. It doesn't have foot rests or thigh braces which help transfer power to your paddle, so you aren't going to win any races in it. It will require more energy to move it around. For what it is, it gets the job done. The boats are rated for Class 3 whitewater but I can't see using them for anything but lakes and slow moving and relatively deep rivers. You may be able to use them for deep Class 1 through 3 rivers but most of the whitewater rivers in North Carolina are two feet or less in depth and have a lot of craggy rocks. Dedicated inflatable whitewater boats have a thick rubber coating or heavy fabric outerlayer to prevent cuts and abrasions. The Sea Eagle Sport kayaks are just very thick PVC material which is durable but not enough for my comfort in these conditions. Who wants to have a flat 10 miles upstream in the middle of nowhere? If you are that adventurous, make sure you have your patch kit and foot pump with you. I wasn't in the financial position to get two hard shell kayaks, paddles, and a roof top carrier. I would have spent $1000.00 minimum to get entry level boats. In my case it was buy the Sea Eagles with paddles and air pumps for less than $500.00 or sit on the shore and watch others have fun. Being able to pack away a 12 foot long boat with all of the accessories in a duffle bag is very convenient but it is not without some disadvantages. You have to make sure the boat is completely dry before you put it away to prevent mold and mildew. This means either leaving the boat inflated until dry or wiping it down with a towel at the end of the day. The spray skirts are attached with ropes so the boat is going to have to air dry for some amount of time before packing it away to allow the ropes to dry out. Drying the boat is a minor annoyance but just be aware that you aren't going to be able to just pull it out of the water, deflate it, and stuff it in a bag. I had to practice a couple of times folding up the boat so it fits in the bag. I found the best way is to roll it up like a sleeping bag instead of folding it in sections. With the boat and accessories in the bag the whole package is very heavy. The bag only has one shoulder strap so all of the weight is on one side of your body during transport. Two straps would make it a lot easier. I can't see anyone carrying these bags more than 50 yards before taking a break or switching shoulders. It is much easier to carry the inflated boat and paddle if possible. Overall Sea Eagle makes a good product that peforms well if you recognize its limitations. These boats are are leap up from inflatable pool toys and should hold up well under normal circumstances. The material is probably three times thicker than the cheap boats. I can't think of a better or less expensive way to get out on the water and just have a little fun.
Sat Aug 29 00:00:00 MDT 2015laydbg Rating:4.0
This is a nice pool foat very comfortable.Its easy to take in and out of the pool.
Fri Jun 27 00:00:00 MDT 2014yelpoc74 Rating:4.0
A bit difficult for 7 yr old to balance on initially, but she got the hang of it by climbing onto the ladder and mounting it. Her brother, 12 yrs old mastered it in minutes. (I used the steps too, lol.) Both of their weights together equaled mine, so 'Gramma' had to try it out too. I couldn't stay on for longer than 3 totters, or so, because of my incessant laughter. While I only allowed use of this under ADULT SUPERVISION in our 18' ag pool, perhaps in an in-ground pool or a private lake setting, it would be less 'scary' regarding falling-off...I was afraid kids may hit their heads on the ladder steps, or go overboard. But truly, it wasn't as bad as I'm making it seem. We named it the HOTDOG, and when you flip-off the rear, it usually makes the person do a backwards summersault. We had sooooo much fun on this. Hope y'all have an air compressor, as we do. For the price, it was worth the fun time shared with family on Father's Day!!!!
Mon Aug 24 00:00:00 MDT 2015moondance2013 Rating:4.0
This is a great toy...keep in mind it doesn't sound like a piano.
Shop Overstock™ and find the best online deals on everything for your home and your family. We work every day to bring you discounts on new products across our entire store. Whether you're looking for memorable gifts or everyday essentials, you can buy them here for less. Not just anyone’s mobile outlet, your mobile outlet.O.com ®