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!!
I bought this kayak about a year ago and have been using it ever since. Probably the thing I enjoy about it the most is its extremely comfortable seat. Most kayaks have poor seats that are terribly uncomfortable, but this one is amazing. Recently, I lost a piece that clips my seat to the kayak, so I asked customer service about it, and they promptly sent me a new one at no cost! Very happy with this kayak!
I'm using these to hang up my kayaks on the railing of my deck so they are extremely convenient to get out and use them. These are very sturdy and the straps are extra security in case we get a wind storm off the lake.
I waited and researched a lot before getting this kayak. It works well, I've taken it out a few times as a double, but it is manageable for a single person as well. You must inflate with the gauge and be prepared to inflate a bit more if it's a hot day and the water is cool. The blow up seat back isn't the greatest, as a single i put a small cooler behind for support, and had plenty of room for 2 little dogs. I wanted something I could handle getting into the car and to the waters edge on my own, and I barely can it is quite heavy and awkward when inflated, so I haven't gone solo yet.
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