There is a limited one-year manufacturer's warranty. The assembled size is 55.25"L x 47"W x 19"H and has a weight of 15 lbs. The hull shape improves stability. Extra support and comfort is provided by a high back stadium seat. There are additional reel pockets, gear pockets, small mesh pockets and flat zip pockets in the roomy armrest.
👤I've never had a float tube before. My Dad used to use a round old one, but I never had one until now. I did a lot of research. The Float tube has a lot for the money. There are lots of pockets. Some people had mentioned that the float tube had a bad back support. You have to adjust the strap for the back rest. It was a bit uncomfortable after a while. I bought a pool noodle at a pool supply store and cut it in half, then I split it in two. I made three of them. I took a wood Dowel and cut it to 12 inches long. I put all three of them in the half pieces. The noodles should stay together if there is one on top and one on the bottom. I put the noodles I made in the back of the seat in order to make it more comfortable to sit in. This is my first float tube and I love it. I went out and bought a kayak anchor. It also works well. The pump that is advertised with this is very good. Happy floating...
👤I was considering buying this tube because I wanted something that would seat me up higher in the water than my U-boat, which has since been replaced by the Togiak. This is a great tube. I caught several bass and a crappie in a local lake. I was comfortable. I had to move quickly against the strong wind because I didn't anticipate being able to do so. I was very comfortable the whole time. The tube uses 2 pieces of foam underneath the seat to seat you up higher. They also seat you up higher. They feel better as well. The tube's seat is much more comfortable than the standard seat on most U-boats. It seats you up higher in the water. Not much higher, but a little higher. The main advantage is that your arms are not digging into the pockets the way they would on a U-boat, because you are up higher. Less digging in your elbow. The reviews written by other people about how the seat has no support should be removed. What are you talking about? When I took it out of the box, there was no support. There are people. You have no excuse to not be comfortable because you just adjust the straps to angle the seat how you like it. They don't collapse like people are saying. The people who wrote the reviews don't know how to adjust the strap. I was very comfortable in this seat when I was fishing earlier. Everyone who says that the seat has no back support is either lying or stupid because they need to adjust the straps or weigh 400 lbs. It's easy for boaters to see the color of the tube. Not worried about this. I can get into the gray/yellow color scheme if I wanted to. It's like you're floating on the water. The only thing that drew me to this tube was the pockets. You have more MESH pockets on the outside of the pockets because it has so many pockets. These are useful for holding small items. The pockets are great. The only complaint I have about them is that you can't fit a full-size tackle tray in them, but that's not the end of the world, because you can fit a tackle box or backpack behind you. There is a mesh behind you. Anything you put there will get wet. I was able to put my backpack on top of my flotation cushion, and then put my seat back behind it, because I found out very quickly. The backpack can be put on top of the cushion to keep it dry. Even if it does get wet, it's not the end of the world because I make sure to never keep anything that I don't want to get wet. The side D-rings are nice. This tube has several D-rings, and they are standard on every tube, so I'm glad to say that. There is nothing special here. You get several with this tube. You can get backpack straps with the tube. It's nice when you have to carry the tube for more than 20 feet. It looks like you have a huge jet pack strapped to your back, it's hilarious. People in cars look at you as you walk down the side of the road. To say the least. I don't let it bother me. You're going to get weird looks fishing in this thing. It seems very difficult. The mesh will protect the bladders. Even if you did pop them, you can still get a tube of aqua seal for around 5 dollars. The whole tube seems difficult. I am very impressed by how tough it is. The portable nature of this tube is the best thing about it. You can fit it into the back of a small car if I deflate it or half-way deflate it. I was able to fit this deflated tube in my trunk with another float tube I lent out to my friend. This is a really nice tube. I'm not saying that there isn't anything better out there, but why use anything else? Make sure you adjust the seat's straps so that it supports your back, this is a great tube. The stabilizer bar is just a plastic bar, and you could buy a new pipe from a hardware store, or use a hacksaw to cut it to size. If you leave some give in your air bladders when you inflate them, they shouldn't be a problem. This tube is a huge upgrade from the U-boats. I like this boat.
There is a design that can be adjusted. The open-heel design of each fin allows for a wider range of sizes, so family member or friends can share equipment more easily. The open-toe design allows for a snug fit. Oumers short fins are lightweight and fit well in a mesh bag or luggage so no hassle in bringing them. The padding inside each fin helps them stay in shape when not used. Their flippers are great for travelers. The snorkel fin have the perfect amount of flexibility and anti-slip sole to help prevent fatigue and cramps. You can focus on kicking. The comfortable flippers have easy-click buckles for slipping in and out of them. The swimming flippers are so comfortable that you will forget they are wearing them. They can be used as scuba fins or flippers for snorkeling without having to worry about fit, just put on your swim socks and you are ready to go. Warm Service: Each flipper has an extra strap so don't worry, the strap came off while snorkeling. They are happy to give a Refund or Replacement for any Snorkel Fins issues.
👤These fit well. These are used by me and my friend. I wear a ten in men and a eight in women. It feels great! These are comfortable for a long time. Prepare for a leg work out. You get a work out when you get some great speed with these. Extra strap is included. I've used them about 8 times in the past months for about 2 hours each time. It is very durable, comfortable, and flexible. This purchase is recommended by me.
👤I have never tried a find like this before. They feel like socks. I am a size 11 US shoe and bought a size 9-13. They fit perfectly. I believe 9-13 is an accurate description. The strap buckles feel light. Overall, I am impressed by this price.
👤This product is very affordable and works well for my needs. It was easy to get on and off. The only downside was that the flippers are not very long and are flexible for how short they are, which made it hard for me to get the power behind each kick that I wanted. It is a great way to go for a first set for someone who won't use the more than a couple times a year.
👤I am going to Florida at the end of the week and I was excited to get my fins today. I was disappointed when I opened the box to find these used. Sand was on these. There are scratches on them. I had to look on Amazon to make sure I didn't buy used fins because I wouldn't have minded if they were cheaper. They say they are new. I saw different sizes in the photos, one of which was an S/M. I took pictures of my toes. They did not reach the hole. I am a regular size. The fit of my right fin is comfortable. The back of my left foot is big. I don't need the extra clips because I have small feet.
👤The fins saved me when I was caught in a current while snorkeling in Key West. Enjoying the fishies and then drifting past the rocks that were blocking the ocean current. I'm an excellent swimmer, but if I hadn't had these on, I'm not sure I would have had enough power to swim back to safety. The ranger thought he was going to have to call the coast guard to save me when I made it into shore. I'm very happy I had these fins on. These are small enough to travel, comfortable, and effective. I wore them over bare feet for several days in a row. My husband and my parents had the same set for their vacation.
👤The fins are very good but they did not come with the extra straps that were supposed to be included. It would be great if Oumers would send them to me.
👤They fit in a carry-on or backpack. I can tell a difference between my dive fins. I used more air than I would with regular fins, but I was expecting that. I was willing to make a trade off to save space. I'm happy with these, but be aware that they won't be as efficient as regular-length fins.
Warm Service: Each flipper has an extra strap so don't worry, the strap came off while snorkeling. They are happy to give a Refund or Replacement for any Snorkel Fins issues. There is visibility in the water. The swim safety float is visible to boaters, jet skis, paddlers, and surfers. If you get decapitated by a jet ski or a speed boat, improve your visibility. Swimmers in black wetsuits are invisible in the open water, and the New Wave Swim buoy will show you clearly in the murky waters of the Loch Ness Lake. It is a safe place to rest and float. The New Wave swimming safety float can be used as a flotation device. You are reassured that you are able to grab the float if you need rest. Light to carry with you on a kayak trip. The New Wave Swim Buoy is very lightweight and can be used for a refreshing swim workout in the water. Add a bike blinker to the float and you can see more. Storage of personal items. In point to point swims, the New Wave swim buoy is useful. The New Wave swim buoy has a storage compartment that is separate from the inflatable air chamber. What do their athletes put in the water? Extra cap and goggles, running shoes, socks and clothes, diving mask, snorkel, camera, water shoes, sunglasses, body glide, extra cap and goggles, running shoes, socks and clothes, running shoes, running shoes, running shoes, running shoes, running shoes, running shoes, running What would you take with you on the water journey? Monitoring of athletes has been improved. If you want to keep an eye on your swim buddies or make sure that other swimmers are still in the race, the New Wave swimming safety float will allow you to see them from afar. If you put your cell phone in a waterproof phone pouch, you can use your phone to share your gps location and broadcast your location in the water.
👤I use my swim buoy a lot. I feel safer in the water than on the shore. I like the fact that I can bring a few items with me in the "dry" bag, which will get wet if you open it in the water. I have found little drag as I swim, probably because of the water current interference. I can switch from one stroke to another while I swim. I need to slide the buoy along the belt when I switch to backstroke. Whenever I need to make goggle adjustments or rest, I use the float to support my arms. The only complaint I have is that it's clean up. The dry bag always ends up with some sort of substance in it, so you have to be able to dry it out after swimming. There is no convenient way to do this. I would like to see the swim buoy with a tab at the rounded end so that I can hang the buoy up to let air in. I'm working on a solution to keep the sides from sticking together while the buoy is drying out. I live in Utah, so getting the buoy dry between swims isn't that bad, but it's still awkward. What do you do?
👤It was wonderful! I swim open water and this has given me a way to stop and take a break, it is very visible to boaters! I feel more secure if I get into a problem. The product was made well and was light. I like it even better now that I've used it. I had some great open water swims this summer and I was so grateful to have this buoy. I was without water after swimming across the lake because it was very hot. Not good. I ordered a small water bladder to be placed inside the buoy pocket. It was a little heavier but it saved me from dehydration and was lighter on the return swim. I was struggling to get back to the other side of the lake because of the strong wind. My buoy saved me! I could catch my breath and hold on to it. I don't swim open water without it. I need to be more aware of risk. I recommend this to anyone who swims in water. Great product.
👤The group I swim with requires a swim buoy in the summer because of boat traffic. The buoy has been great for me. It is trailing behind me since there is virtually zero drag. I weigh 175 lbs. If I need a break in the open water, this buoy is there to support me. I now swim with this even if I don't go with the group because of the peace of mind. It is very easy to inflate and hold valuables while keeping them dry. This is a must have if you are a part of the OWS movement. The product is great.
👤Most safety precautions are covered by the New Wave Swim Buoy. With the buoy tied to your waist and one arm holding it, you are able to transition into a sitting position and not have to use a lot of energy while treading water. The bright color will make you more likely to be seen by boaters and other watercraft. The dry compartment will allow you to tell your personal items, such as your phone and car keys, so you won't get the anxiety of any shenanigans going on land while you're a half mile out in the water. Water droplets will eventually find their way inside the dry compartment when the buoy is inflated, folded, and locked in. Make sure the dry compartment has a waterproof pouch in it. The 15L is the right size. If you're in the choppiest of waters, and you want to tow a lot of gear for some reason, then carrying a 20L is not a good idea. Survival techniques such as treading water and survival floating are essential skills. The skills should be learned regardless of level, location, and gear. Don't try to improve safety with safety gadgets.
It is light and convenient. Lightbar is a lightweight tool with all-day comfort, unlike traditional headlamps that are bulky and heavy on your forehead, Lightbar feels more like your wearing a flex-fit baseball cap then a headlamps. Cumberland is made up of 56"L x 44"W x 19"H. The shape of the hull improves. Extra high seat provides a dry fishing experience and improves visibility; a comfortable, thickly padded seat with an adjusting backrest provides support for long fishing days. Reliable storage includes a mesh pocket with draw cord closure, two interior zip pockets, and two cargo pockets with easy-open double zippers.
👤It is a great tube. It's like a tank. It is very durable, floats and seats you high. There are two huge pockets with cupholders. I floated for 40-60 hours, so it has gotten a fair amount of useage. I've read a lot of the other reviews and will try to make notes and clarify things for you. It comes with two rod holders. The rod holders are on the side closest to you, but you don't know what they are. I don't like them very much. I don't use them because of the fact that the harder side of the velcro can scratch the finish of the rod. I don't know if you can count this as a minus, because all tubes use the velcro as rod holders, but I build custom rods, so I'm picky about how they are stored. The rear mesh area can be used as storage, but be warned that most of it will be under water, so don't put anything back there if it needs to stay dry. It works well as a livewell. I like to put decent fish back there until I can take a picture of them and release them, as I don't like to use my phone on the water. The bottom of the mesh storage pouch will be underwater when you sit in it. I wish it was higher and dry. I tried to put my boots back there, but found it hard to get back to them. This is a large tube. 17 pounds is not a lot, but by the time you get those storage pouches full and all the gear with it, it adds up, and it will weigh a bit more wet after use. If you're going to be hiking in a distance, I would choose a smaller, lighter tube. The shoulder straps are not very useful. They are very narrow and uncomfortable. You can find a pair of clip on padded backpacking straps online for under teen bucks. Someone else said they were disappointed when they put a crankbait in it. Really? That one is definitely duh. If you jam a hook into it, it will leak. I'm not sure why people are having trouble with bladders, they are all on the CA website. It may have sounded like I picked the tube apart, but I really like it. It's like moving from a Yugo to a Mercedes. It has a few flaws, but they are easily fixed. A minimilist way of getting off the shore is not a bass boat.
👤The float tube is a great value. You will be hard pressed to find a guy who fishes one of my accessory float tubes harder than I do. I fish from the ice until the water is frozen again. I fish in all sorts of conditions from blazing heat to freezing cold to rain. I fish a lot of bodies of water. I have to hike in and out of rugged terrain with the float tube inflated or not on my back. I have fished this in the deepest of mud and thick vegetation that requires me to hop across it in my float tube. The mud is so thick that you can't kick it. You can think of any type of structure and cover. I'm not afraid to put myself in the scariest stuff on a body of water. My best fishing happens there. I live in an area that gets cold winters and I like to fish trout, salmon, pickerel, pike, and other species. I usually have anywhere from 2 to 4 rods with me. 4 rods is not much for this thing. I deal with them getting tangled up because it is what it is. When I fish, I carry binders and cases. I usually keep one side for baits and the other for drinks, snacks, hook outs, pliers, fish grips, action cam and a towel. I make it fit. I put my pump and hose in a plastic bag and put it on the back of my float tube. I have had to add a little air after getting out on the water because it holds it fine. The float tubes are easy to set up and break down. I can't think of anything that makes fishing so easy. I like to use these float tubes for one full fishing season before I need a new one. It usually needs repairs over time. The bib is attached to the cross bar, which is pointed, so you always want to put it into the sleeves so it goes in the correct way. If you do it wrong, you could get a tear in the bladder. You will be good if you take your time with that and do it right. I have had leaks in my bladders before and they are usually slow leaks, but I have never had an issue getting off the water. I would suggest that you have a spare set. You will be happy you did. It's terrible to have a day of fishing ruined by a leak. Go back to the car and get a spare, then get back on the water. The bladders are well protected. The float tube is very rugged and I have hit trees and rocks with it and it just bounces off them. Quality control for the valves on the bladders is not good from classic accessories. I have had many float tubes with valve issues. I have had issues with the storage pockets. The handles have broken on me. This has never happened in the first place. It happens when I use the float tube long and hard and it is starting to break down. I would have knocked off a star or two because of these issues, but the fact that classic accessory has been so good to me as far as customer service goes, I think I would put a star or two back. If I need a new float tube or replacement parts, they have always been quick to send me replacements. They stand by their products. I've been fishing float tubes for a long time. I am a big man at 6ft and can weigh as much as 300. They don't sell replacement foam for the seats. You would have to cut your own. The seats are not very comfortable, but they could be worse. I have fished on these for hundreds of times and usually need to pull up and stretch out at some point during the day. I like the seats. They keep you high enough above the water that you can effectively see fish and fish beds. The float tube is more comfortable than any other float tube I have used, and it's stock out of the box. This thing can cover water many times faster than a kayak. It is not close. These things are not moving fast. On very windy days, you're going to be kicking a ton. Even in very windy conditions, using your legs allows you to hold your position. It is difficult to hold a position in a kayak. It depends on what you are looking for and what suits you best. There are pros and cons to each type of boat. I like my float tube. It is not perfect for all situations, but for where I live, the types of bodies of waters I fish, I can get out there and catch the fish I want. The experience of fishing from a float tube is unique. You are connected to your surroundings. There are a couple more things I have found helpful. One option is to cover the cross bar with duct tape or something similar. The cross bar's sharp edges are the easiest way to puncture a bladder. When you move or adjust those edges, it rubs in. You don't have to worry about the edges being dulled with tape or epoxy. Get a good UV protectant for your boat. The sun shines down. You can prolong the life of your float tube by using a quality protectant every month or two. It makes the difference.
RechargABLE BATTERY: It can be charged with a microusb B type cable. The box had something in it. Proprietary design creates turbulence on the opposite side of the surf wave to allow the surf wave to develop into a larger, longer wave. Attach and remove with a lever above or below the water, and switch from port to starboard in 5 seconds. No need to tether. - The SWELL Wakesurf Creator is white in color and floats high in the water. The large industrial suction cups hold even in the toughest conditions. USA made and shipped! The Best Selling Wakesurf Shaper works on all inboards.
👤I ordered this last week before I went to Lake Powell. A friend of mine bought a house. Both worked well. The wave was larger and longer. Both sides saw an improvement. The Swell is easy to attach to the boat. We used it for three days and never had an issue with it. It is easy to remove. We ran it up to 20 mph to see if it would detach. We were able to compare the two because we had this one. The wave enhancement was the same as what we could tell. There are a few things that come with the Mission Delta. The fit and finish are better. The caps cover the cups. You can put it in the sack. The tether is better. We didn't see a difference in performance or ease of installation. The MB Sports B52 Wide Body is a boat.
👤I was able to get out onto the water with the swell and do some testing against the Mission Delta. The first impression was disappointing. I was sad to see that the safety cord did not come with a clasp and so a not has to be tied when used instead of simply clipping it to the boat, it seems like it is part of the cost savings to reach a lower price point. It is listed as a reason that the device doesn't need a tether, but it can be difficult to find something on the water if you don't know where it came from. The Mission Delta provided a nice hookup cable. This review is a comparison to the Mission Delta device, which I have used for the last year and have been quite happy with. Attaching it to the boat, I missed my Mission Delta. There are two different things. You are pushing yourself away from the boat when you press against it. It is difficult to set the device as if you don't get a lot of suction quickly you are almost immediately no longer touching the cup. It is hard to get it in the right location, which testing has shown matters, quickly. I am able to set one cup quickly and sloppily and then adjust the positioning, setting the second cup well and then positioning the first cup with the Mission Delta. The procedure did not work with the Swell. I couldn't move the device after I set the first cup. It was a challenge to get it low and back as far as possible. It took me a long time to set it. The attachment process is complicated by the need to "burp" the cups to remove as much air as possible before setting the clip, in order to get the best seal. The "burp" is accomplished by pressing the clasp into the cup. The Mission Delta was not as strong as the swell was. I have never had an issue with the Mission Delta coming off even when I forget to remove it and am going 35 as it easily stays attached at the 8-12 surf speed. It was time to test the wake with the device attached. The 25 ft boat takes a lot of weight and we weighted it to our sweet spot, which is 1500 lbs upfront, 750 lbs center, and 2500 in the back evenly. The wave looked trash. Slop coming down both sides of the peak. With the SWELL in place, the wave becomes well defined. The Swell is doing its job and I am ready to surf. The wave is a little different than the Mission Delta wave. The wave is not as long as the Mission Delta wave, it faces the people in the boat more than it does the side of the boat, and it is closer to the rear of the boat. The wave will feel a little bigger, and it will have more push to the rider, making it easier to ride for Mr. 280 lbs like me. It means less surface area to work with when doing tricks. Adding more weight to the boat would change the situation, but we are already at risk of getting hit by a wave when we pick up a down rider, with the amount of weight we have upfront. The boat just isn't willing to turn against the device because of the swell. The wake plates that are common on the newer wakesetters are similar to the devices that inspired these alternative devices for those of us who can't afford a new boat. While some challenge was felt, the Mission Delta was not nearly as notable in this regard. There is a side effect caused by this. The front of the boat will dip below the peak of the surf wave we create if we turn into it, which will cause a tidal wave of water to come onboard. If we don't pay attention, the Swell will start the process early if we don't stop and let the wave pass. The Swell does the job and it is easy to work with, and I don't have a problem recommending it. We will keep both on the boat to suit rider preference, as it is not a clear replacement for the Mission Delta. If you found my review helpful, mark my pictures as comparison. If you have the time, check out the links in my original review to say thank you for the time I spent preparing it. I received this yesterday and wanted to post some preliminary results. I have been curious about the SWELL solution and how it compares to the Mission Delta. The Swell appears to be better built than I had expected. It is heavier than the Mission Delta. I'll make room for it if it delivers, as the Mission Delta is well positioned around a corner in my boat. The tether is not as nice as the one on the Mission Delta, but I was happy to see that it had an included tether. The Mission Delta cups seem to cup more than the suction cups. I have never had an issue with the Mission Delta moving. I am looking forward to testing both of these on Saturday and surfing the best surf possible. I will update once I have the new information.
This fishing float is very suitable for beginners and experienced fishermen, and can be easily installed and disassembled, which is very convenient during your fishing time. The fishing floats feature glowing stick tubes, which can be placed 3mm to 7mm glow sticks, and the high visibility fluorescent look covered with clear paint, which is obvious and eye-catching, so you can see the fishing clearly from far. The night lighted fishing bobbers are made of lightweight EVA foam, which is resistant to rust, and they can nicely match other fishing accessories. The slip floats with glowing stick tubes are ideal for daytime and night fishing, as well as for most types of fishing. The fishing float is light and sensitive, which can help fishing lovers to visually and quickly identify that fish takes the baits, making it a practical fishing tool. The package contains 10 pieces of EVA foam fishing floats, which are sufficient to satisfy your fishing demands and replacements, and you can share some of the fishing floats with your friends who love fishing.
👤Styrofoam floats were creased upon arrival. It's too light and doesn't throw well with or without wind blowing. When trying to place foam bobbers in a strike zone, it can be very frustrating if you are not used to throwing them. Maybe they should only be for teasing. They were too large for pan fishing and I ordered the smallest size. I tried to use a small glow light on the stem of a crappie night fishing float, but it fell over and wouldn't float, even with a descent size weight below it. Good luck. They were thrown in the trash.
👤They worked well and were worth the money.
👤You have to spend another 10 dollars to buy glow sticks if it says complete withglowing stick tubes. Don't expect to buy this and have a lighted bobber.
👤They are great and were used for catfishing in Alabama. You can see the bobber under the water while watching it go down.
👤This isn't a glow in the dark bobbers. You have to order more glow sticks to make these glow. It was extremely misleading.
👤It's easy to spot the water.
👤These come in handy. I do a lot of fishing at night. The only problem I have is that it's hard to get the old glowsticks out. If I ever need more, I will buy more of these.
👤It doesn't come with light there, so it's not a night time bobber.
There is a free "no tool" fin sting. You can install the fin screw and plate set on your board without any tools. Two canoes with oars. Theombo paddle creates a single paddle for a kayak. It is easy to assemble a 3 piece assembly. The two paddles can be combined for use. Retainer rings for oars. ribbed blades and retainers for added strength. The blades are ribbed for performance. One pair of OARS can be combined into one KAYAK PADDLE.
👤I bought this for my husband while he kayaks on the creek. He mentioned that he bumped the edge and almost lost it. It arrived on Saturday. He was going to store it on a kayak. It lasted 21 minutes before it broke. He didn't hit rock, oyster bed or sand. He said that he barely made it because he was watching for fish. I wasn't expecting it to last so long, but I was able to get him back to his point of entry in an emergency. Very disappointed.
👤Went for a canoe ride and ran into a goose. The cheap paddles fell apart when I tried to paddle away. Absolutely trash.
👤Terrible paddles. The bay of Long Beach CA was where I was paddling. I was wondering if it was going to break. It's easy to store if you take it apart. It's suitable for your pool. The weak frame felt like it could break apart. If you are 100 feet away from the shore, I wouldn't use this for calm waters or rough waters. I was able to retrieve the paddles after I capsize. I would pay an extra $10-15 for a better paddle, even though I bought it for $20.
👤These start to sleep if you are rowing more than 200 lbs. The oars will rotation when the screw gussets are stripped. I wouldn't recommend these for serious applications. Don't cheap out Oars, they need to be your lifeline.
👤Cheap feeling. The bars are not able to rotate because the rings don't tighten very well. There is a missing one of the black connections.
👤I thought there was no way a decent set of paddles could be inside the box. I was surprised to see that they are strong and study. Storage is easy because they can be easily taken apart into smaller pieces. They are best used for a kayak or inflatable. If you want to use oars, you need a grip on them and a handle to hold them. I would recommend these paddles for their ease of putting them together and their portability. They are lightweight and sturdy, and don't sink immediately if dropped in the water.
👤I think this is one of the first negative reviews I've written, but it's a terrible product. One can only use a maximum of 3 sections to make one double sided paddle, which is 78" tall. One can see that the paddles are very flimsy and will crack the first time you hit a rock or the bottom of something. Needless to say, returning these.
👤They are the same as advertised. I wouldn't go white-w rafting in a big blow. I've seen worse backup oars. The bigger bag is the Crown Royal bag. I'll buy another set for the back-up kayak.
👤I liked the 3 connections that it shows and mentioned the various possibilities, so I decided on this one. I received the paddles today and there are only two of them. Hopefully it can be fixed. If this gets resolved, I would rate it again with all the proper pieces, because it was just 3 stars for the hassle and disappointment.
The OXYVAN Fishing Waders for Men with boots are made of 70D nylon and PVC mixed material and have a welded seam, which makes them 100% No Water Leak. The OXYVAN chest waders are more flexible in water and lighter in weight because of the new 70Dnylon and PVC material. There is no chance of falling out when you bend or lie, and the inside pocket with hook and loop can store your belongings. OXYVAN provides free hooks and Oxford bags to users. A non-slip sole with a thick material keeps you safe in the water, lighter material and belts help with balance control, and there is a belt for every position. Adding a reinforced shoe vamp will protect you from punctures. The OXYVAN hunting waders have a tread pattern that gives you better balance and traction on wet and muddy surfaces. OXYVAN drapes are suitable for most purposes, they are suitable for fly fishing, duck hunting, working in your garden, cleaning your pond, farm working and other messy situation you would meet. For one month, after-sale service is guaranteed. Send emails and take pictures if the waders are not good. They will help you find a replacement. You can receive the new waders soon.
👤The first time I wore them, they leaked in the crotch. The poorly sealed seam was obvious when I felt the leak when I got to crotch depth. I think I can seal them up because it wasn't a bad leak. The seller contacted me and sent me a new pair. I can't test them until late April or May next year when the lakes open up, because it is winter. You can't beat customer service. I will update the star rating after testing these, and will do so based on what happens. Pair #2 was completely waterproof, so things up.
👤I wore them for a day in the pond. The boots were big and the mud sucked at them. The looseness of the fit puts stress at the seam of the fabric and boot. This is the smallest size they have. I wear a size 7 women's. I'm going to see if I can get a snugger fit with a pair of water shoes inside. The leaks are small. I don't know where it is coming from. Not enough for a full boot of water but definitely a leak somewhere in both boots around the same time period, which I find weird after a few hours of wear. I am pulling weeds in a foot of mud. I fell in and the high wasted draw string was perfect for my 5'2” frame. I was covered in mud on the outside, but dry and clean on the inside, after I got back onto my feet. The boots would be perfect if they were a better fit. They seem to be 1-2 inches bigger than a women's shoe size. I need to know if the soles are coming apart or if the boots have been compromised. I will have to figure it out. Maybe duct tape can help? There is a hanging belt that snaps together to hang the belt up from the waist. I like the waders.
👤I took out a dock and boat lift on the lake wearing these. I had to bend over a bit to wrench the wheels up. I ripped the suspenders that were attached to the wader. The stitching doesn't seem to be reinforced strongly after looking at it. There was not a lot of resistance on the suspenders when bending over. These should be okay for limited activities or standing straight up and down in the water. I don't recommend these for working in the water.
👤My husband was kept dry. It was warm in the ice water. He was out for a while. The perfect solution came quickly.
👤I bought these on sale because I was looking for a pair of rubber waders to upgrade the rubber ones I received years ago. I wouldn't want to put too many clothes on under these. They should be good for the money if you wait to get in the water.
👤There is an update. These didn't make it two years of moderate use. The tiny leaks in one leg didn't affect much at all. For no apparent reason, a gusher opened up in the other leg this week. It wasn't that cold yesterday, but sitting in the marsh with one foot completely soaked and in about 2 inches of water was less than pleasant. I didn't expect much for the price, so I wasn't upset. I got what I paid for. Will it last more than 4 to 5 times as long? Maybe, maybe not. These are ok, but look at them as semi-disposable and not something that will last you a long time. The Waders were a great choice and they were sized as described. The boots aren't special, but they don't cost much either. They do a good job for a good price. You've come out ahead if they last a couple seasons. You can get something that lasts twice as long. You will pay four times the cost.
There are high-specs and rock-solid connections. Scans down to 260ft and casts out up to 330ft. The target separation was precise. It's compatible with both iOS and Android devices. It uses its own wi-fi to sync to the phone. There is no internet or cellular data needed. Bathymetric maps can be created from the bank, boat, canoe, kayak. The Fish Deeper app and web platform give you access to all your scans, maps, points of interests, photos and notes. Real-time data. There are two frequencies with 15 scans per second. See bottom structure, vegetation and fish. A boat and a kayak are fishing. The Deeper Pro Plus fish finder is a great accessory. No wires, cables, or batteries are needed. No drilling is required. RechargABLE BATTERY: It can be charged with a microusb B type cable. The box had something in it.
👤Beware! The battery in the product lasts a little over a year, so you need to know that before you buy it. You have to pay for shipping and the cost of repair to replace the battery. I wish I had thought about this before buying this piece of trash. You should get more than one year use for $200+. My device is over a decade old. I have to replace the battery yearly. I can get it at Wal-Mart. Very disappointed.
👤The thing every shore fisherman wished for was the bottom. Be careful when casting! Don't let it get too far away from shallows. Don't throw it from a long distance away, it's better to aim at the edge of an island or opposite creek bank. You know you can put it where you want, even though you have been casting for 40 years. Think about it first. There are shallow submerged rocks. Imagine my surprise when I bombed it out 40 yards towards an island and it hit the water and bounced off a submerged rock 10 feet into the air. The electronic sensor never worked again after that. Take my first lesson and use it for a long time because it is a great tool. "You pay money and take chances," is the old saying. It's up to you to be careful. I bought another one. I gave it 4 stars because of that hard lesson, even though it was my own dumb fault. It is meeting my expectations so far, but I will post what I think of it's performance after fishing for a while. OK. I have used it for a month now and it has improved my shoreline fishing game. It helped me break the winter code on my local lake by telling me where the fish were and what they were doing. I haven't found the big bass that are in there, but they are holding so far out in the deeps that I can't reach with the Deeper. This lake is full of active crappie. I caught a few small crappie by accident while fishing for bass, but I had no idea they were in the numbers revealed by the Deeper. I'm seeing some fish that don't look big and are out in the 10 foot plus depths, but what could they be? The Deeper showed the fish were at and caught over 30 crappie in a few hours on my 17FEB morning session, so I put together a slide bobber rig with a couple crappie jigs on it set to the depth that the Deeper showed the fish were at. The Deeper showed that the crappie schools would always have smaller largemouth bass around, and I caught a half dozen of them on the jigs. I would let it sit in the area where the crappie schools were. When the fish alarm went off, I would throw the jig out to the Deeper and wait for the bite which would come within seconds. I use a heavy spinning rig for my big swimbaits and can make 40 to 50 yard throws with my Deeper tied onto 50lb braid. I have a good picture of the depth and structure of my local lake, thanks to the maps I have been given. I checked out the features that I knew were there, but also found a few that I didn't know were there. I have used this knowledge to my advantage, too, and caught some fish in areas that I had not thought of before. It's cool to know where the fish are. It's great to have the Deeper mark fish, and then throw lures out to them, and catch the ones you just painted on your graph! I caught my personal best crappie, 2 lbs 9oz 16 inches. I had previously used the Deeper to find this area where the crappie hang out, but I didn't have it at the time. In closing the Deeper, I have been able to enjoy fishing in a season during which I normally wouldn't even throw a line in, has helped me to understand what is going on in my local lake this winter, and has helped me catch a personal best. My rating is going to be changed to 5 stars.
The product is a storage rack. ManUFACTURER: Outcast sporting gear.
👤There are some things I really like about these fins. I use these for float tube fishing, so I am in a seated position, not swimming or diving. I have used them for extended periods of time on more than one occasion and they work for what I bought them for. They will hold up to heavy uses now that they are rugged. I like the fin keepers because they keep the fins from slipping off while tube fishing. The fins are made of hard plastic and not rubber, so they are not very flexible or form fitting, and I would highly recommend using a boot and not a neoprene foot. They are shorter than typical swim fins, and because of this and the rigidity of the water, they are harder to generate power in the water than they are with typical fins. I think they are a bit expensive for the quality. The straps are not special, the fin is hard plastic and not flexible rubber, and they are shorter in length than a typical fin. I have a Cumberland float tube that requires me to lean forward and kick twice as much as normal to get where I want to go, so I have to sit up a few inches out of the water. I have used them for several hours now, and they work in general, and have the ankle straps that fit around my chest wader boots, so you may want to look for a better pair for the same price.
👤I went to the Mt Hood mountain lake for the first time and used the fins. They are easy to hook up over my shoes. It took a few minutes to figure out how to turn the float tube. I felt like I was in a lake as the wind blew me out. I was able to maneuver easily once I got the hang of turning my ankle and kicking it. I was able to fight the light wind because I wasn't used to kicking on the upstroke. This doesn't feel right. I made good speed. The fins stayed put. I'm happy with the power they generated. The Cumberland float tube moved quicker than I expected with flipper power.
👤I fish from a float tube. Slip in fins with a back strap and beach shoes work well in the summer. I use stocking foot waders in my tube now that the weather is cold in Arizona. I wore overshoes to protect my feet. This requires larger size overshoes which don't fit in my summer fins. I have wide feet and the swim boots were too tight. I am wearing a built in ankle strap and using size 13 Crocs and Outcast fins which are very easy to put on and very secure. The fins are a bit shorter, wider and a little more stiff than my summer fins, but they work well for me. They work well in the water and I can easily walk on the beach with them. I'm happy with them.
Sturdy material that still has flexibility. Easy Donation and Donation Slipping is achieved with easy-click buckles for slipping in and out. The foot pocket is soft enough to be barefoot. Swimming fins are 16 inch long and are ideal for speed and easy mobility. The set is great for travel because of the quick-dry bag.
👤I tried them out before I left for vacation. I had to put them on again at the beach because the strap broke off from the side of the fin. The light use lasted for 20 minutes.
👤The clips will come off. The exception will not be yours. It came off three times in an hour. It is a design flaw. The clips on the post have a square design. The clip won't come off if it's in line with the fin. The shapes line up when the clip is turned vertical. If I keep them closed even if the clip stays on, I will be happy. These clips are a huge weakness.
👤It's great for snorkeling. I wanted small fins that I could put in my carry on bag when traveling. The product seems to be well made, despite my skepticism of the price. I traveled with these to Mexico and Puerto Rico and they performed well.
👤I had to return the fins I ordered for my wife because they didn't fit her. My wife's size 7.5 shoes were too big for her feet and the fin was too long for her height, so she decided to go for a size smaller.
👤The product works well. The fins scratch very easily and I have a complaint about the receiver buckles. If they are not on your feet, they fall off. We spent an hour looking for one in the water and I was able to find one a couple days later. I had to use the strap as a belt.
👤We loved the fins. We bought them for the 4 of us for our upcoming va-k. Fit as expected. If not careful, a piece on the side can pop off. They should not be adjusted over open water. My son was unable to use them the entire trip because he lost his plastic piece. He should have adjusted them on the boat. I contacted the seller to see if I could buy a replacement part. After sending a picture of the missing piece, I'm still waiting to hear back. We had a great snorkeling experience with them, except for my son who lost a piece.
👤These were bought for a snorkel trip. I was not sure what to expect when I used flippers for the first time. The straps fit my feet just fine. Seem are very light and durable. They do not float.
👤I bought these for my trip to the bahamas and I loved them. I don't like wearing swim fins because they are long and awkward. These don't feel like your typical swim fin. I love that about them. My mother-in-law is a size 7 and she used the S/M that I bought for her. Great product to buy.
👤The flippers lasted for about 5 swims before they broke. We might have gotten a faulty pair, they seemed well made.
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