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SeaSense 84 in X-II Kayak Paddle, Military Green/Black (8675)

4.5
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Description

  • 3 Locking Positions/Floats
  • Lightweight Anodized Aluminum Shaft
  • Breaks Down Into two Pieces for Easy Transport

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Customer Reviews

One StarIt arrived broken. Returned. 1Not reliable!Used one time. It broke in half and the river took it while on a long kayak trip. Thank goodness a friend had a spare. Not reliable! 1Probably the best recreational paddle I've ever used! If you're getting into kayaking, read this!By no means is this a 5-Star paddle. You put this up against an Aqua Bound or Werner, it will lose handily. However, I can honestly say that I haven't felt a better paddle in hand for $35. Ergonomics are good, blade geometry is good, blade stiffness is good, no flex or play in the shaft. All is great for a budget Rec paddle honestly.About 8yrs ago I sold my kayak and gear because of condo life. Had a great Necky and Aqua Bound Carbon/Fiberglass paddle and would paddle 20+ miles. Back in another Necky but since I'm doing two kayaks and two sets of gear, I've had to scale back a bit, and in reality, I don't see my wife getting into kayak at any level more than recreation. If she does, we'll make the necessary changes when we cross that bridge.Now I will say that if you're getting into kayaking, and plan on progressing because you're entering a community that is very active and have friends that are going out paddling weekly, get a decent kayak and get a decent paddle. You will thank yourself the first time you go out and the paddle is 20miles and you're dealing with currents, waves and wind. It makes a world of difference!Also, Necky is a good brand that has good ergonomics and boat geometry that tend to blur the lines between a rec boat and something more usable by an advanced paddler. In other words, people tend to not outgrow Necky kayaks as easily. Dagger, Wilderness Systems and such also make great kayaks, but I have found the hull designs found on the Necky's to be faster and they strike a good balance in stability and speed. Also, look at the secondary market first and do your research! Facebook and Craigslist are great options to find used kayaks locally at a fraction of their new prices! Google is your friend to find out information on the boats to aid in a purchasing decision. Chances are, if you're looking here for a paddle, and looking at this paddle, its because you're just getting into kayaking, and there's a good chance you don't even have a kayak yet! I say be honest with your goals and expectations. This is a very good rec paddle and probably an amazing backup paddle as well, but if you're planning on making this a regular hobby, you're going to want to spend more on a paddle. 5Very cheaply madePay for what you get I guess.I am using this paddle for sitting on my SUP. For anything or anyone else this 84 is too short. The shaft grip is too narrow and the blades are flimsy and not durable plastic. They could easily break. Fastened in place by a blind rivet. Don t buy if you are even a little serious about kayaking. You ll be up a creek without a paddle.I have purchased other paddles of quality construction for only slightly more money.Anything but extreme. 1One of the best non carbon shaft kayak paddles around.You can't beat the value in this kayak paddle. people talk about how light carbon fiber paddles are but I tried some and was surprised how heavy they feel. Maybe I was expecting too much. I know there are some that are really light paddles out there but I don't care to spend $500.00 on a paddle.That said, this paddle compares well, weight-wise, with more expensive paddles. It's the right length for me and digs well. The only knock I have against it is the grips. As water gets into the bottom of the grips they begin to twist and torque. I solved that with a bit of black electrical tape wound tightly around the bottom of the grip. Just 1 1/2 wraps are enough to do the job. That seems to have solved that issue.If you are looking for very good kayak paddle at this length and at a great price I highly recommend the SeaSense X-Treme II. 4Great for recreational kayaking in all water conditionAfter lots of research, I decided to purchase 2 of these, and I am so glad I did! We Love them! They are high quality and durable. Much better than the paddles that came with our recreational kayaks. We have used them on a brisk moving river, a calm lake, and even in choppy waters and they cut thru all conditions with ease. They are the perfect length for our kayaks, which have a 30inch cockpit, and they can be broken down into 2 parts for easy transport. The padded handgrips and drip rings included are definitely a nice touch. Like others have said in their reviews, the drip rings and hand grips occasionally may move a little bit when wet but it does not interrupt the use of the paddle. If you are looking for a nice quality paddle for recreational use or fishing that is easy on the budget, I definitely suggest you give these a try. You will not be disappointed. 5Great priceThis paddle is one heck of a deal. The colors are fun, the snap in the center works well, feels solid, and has the option to be feathered depending on your paddle style. I got it on sale for about 30 bucks and at that price this paddle can not be beaten.*This product was NOT offered at a discounted price. I paid FULL price. I don t give 4 or 5 stars for a product unless it performed as expected, and I don t review items with limited information, just to satisfy the review requirement. I want people to know whether or not this product is useful. I will often comment on whether or not I feel the product is worth the full asking price, or if I would only purchase it at the discounted rate. If you found this review helpful, please click the Helpful link below to assist me in providing further reviews. 5Great Paddle for the PriceI purchased a used kayak that came with this SeaSense X-treme II 96" paddle. I was quite happy with it. I have since purchased two more of them through Amazon and will be purchasing the 84" version in the near future. As others have said, this is a great paddle for the price. Be warned it does have a smaller diameter shaft than most other kayaks - the foam cushion does enlarge it some though - it may be a better fit for those with smaller hands than those with large hands. 5Paddle performs very well; is convenient and durableI've had the opportunity to use this paddle quite a bit over the last few months and have nothing but praise for it. A few specific points for the prospective buyer:* Weight: I've used much more expensive paddles that were a bit lighter, but this one doesn't *feel* heavy at all, even on multi-hour paddles. The balance is good.* Length: I'm ~6'2" tall and paddle a somewhat beamy (28" maybe), open kayak with about 5-6" of freeboard on either side. I like the extra length of this paddle. Each stroke ends up being longer/more efficient *and* I don't have to raise the high-side paddle so high that drippage runs into my boat.* Convenience: I store them disassembled in my vehicle, ready to go. I also need to take them apart when I'm in very narrow water, with tall grass or trees on each side, to paddle canoe style. Furthermore, it's nice to know that each part of the paddle floats, also, in case I drop one in the water.* Durability and maintenance: weigh about 200lbs. I do the typical maneuver for getting in and out of my boat, which puts a lot of pressure on the paddle; so far no deformation at all. I make sure I rinse them well after each paddle, and occasionally spray the ends that fit together with silicone spray lube.If you're looking at this paddle, you should probably just go ahead and buy it. 5Great paddle for the price!!!I ordered this paddle because I'm 6'2" and I needed a longer paddle since I ride so high up on my kayak. Upon inspection, it seems to be a fairly well build paddle considering the price. The only reason I give it 4 stars instead of 5 is that the connection point in the center (this is a two piece paddle by the way) seems to be just a little bit loose. I put a little bit of teflon tape on it, and it is snug now, so no problem. I have not taken it out into the waves yet, but I expect it will last. I'll update this after I take it out a few times.Product Update: So, I've taken it out in green flag and yellow flag (which I probably shouldn't have) surf conditions. Keep in mind, this thing is long, so it gets tiring to use it for long periods of time. HOWEVER, I am growing to like the length, especially in rough surf. The length allows me to get that blade down into the surf to make last second course corrections to avoid flipping. I'm glad I got the long one. If you are going to paddle in light surf or bay/lake conditions, get a shorter paddle. You will kill yourself with this thing.Product Update #2: It's been quite a while now since I bought the first one. It got older after a LOT of use and I can't get the joint apart anymore. However, I just bought another one. You simply can't beat the price. It is light enough to use for a while without getting tired (I repeat though, if you are going in very calm conditions frequently get a shorter paddle). Joint on the new one is a little loose just like the first, but the first one never gave me any problems, and I used it to get out in 5-6 foot swells (not my wisest idea)... 4
SeaSense 84 in X-II Kayak Paddle, Military Green/Black (8675)

SeaSense 84 in X-II Kayak Paddle, Military Green/Black (8675)

4.5
Error You can't add more than 500 quantity.
Regular price
NZ$ 199.00
Sale price
NZ$ 199.00
Regular price
NZ$ 328.00
Sold out
Unit price
per 
Save 39% (NZ$ 129.00)