I'm going on my second fishing season with this Lifetime Weber 132 fishing kayak. I'm brand new to the sport and did a lot of research before my purchase. Hands down felt like this was the best bang for my bucks. The only mod I have done so far is add an anchor trolly system for river fishing. It has performed as expected, very stable, tracks well, with no leaks in the hull. The unexpected cherry on top is the great customer service provided by Lifetime. Talked to customer service this morning to purchase a seat back strap clip that I lost and was told no problem and no charge! What? What company still does this?!?!? LIFETIME! In closing, would I buy one of these or any of Lifetime's product again? YES!!
We bought two Weber 132 three months ago. We decided to try the sit on top for ease of getting on and off. It is just that! Our primary use is for exercise and a little fishing. We have used them multiple times on rivers and lakes. The Weber 132 for an entry level kayak is affordable, comfortable and very stable on the water. Our friends have tried them and now own them as well. the best part, my Wife and I don't argue over who's paddling the wrong way anymore. Anybody want to buy a couple used canoe's? I believe we are sold on kayaks.
i have been watching many reviews on this SE370 pro kayak and they all have been positive. i hope that my feeling will be mutual...will return when i try it out next weekend...
Couldn't be happier with this kayak. I'm 6'1" 255 lbs, and have plenty of room. Very stable and tracks well - my 4'10" 62-yr-old wife, in her first time in a kayak, had a ball. She has tipped many a canoe, but she felt very stable in this. Seems to be solidly built, decent strength for all the fitting etc. At my age I get sore easy, but after 3 hours in this I was still very comfortable (shoulders were sore though) :-)
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