Come along as I open, assemble, inflate and paddle my new Sevylor Quikpak K1 1-Person Kayak kayak at Watson Lake in Prescott, AZ. Play the video below to find out how I rated this product and why.
My opinions on this product are based completely on my personal experience. I was not compensated for this review and I purchased the product on my own. However, if you click the picture or product name to buy one on Amazon, I will receive a small commission on your purchase.
Turn up the volume. Sorry my voice is so muffled by the waterproof GoPro camera I used to record.
In a previous video, I showed how easy the Sevylor QuickPak K1 is to unpack, assemble and inflate for use on a still body of water: Watson Lake in Prescott, AZ. This time, I’ll show you how maneuverable it is in moving water and rapids, with a lot of obstacles.
My first river trip with this kayak was on the Verde River in Central Arizona. Here’s the video:
This trip gave me an opportunity to test out the durability of the boat. I ran it pretty hard into some tree branches and rocks and it didn’t lose any air at all.
The buoyancy and lightweight design of this craft really makes it easy to transport to the water, whether inflated or not, and up the bank at the end of the run.
Questions? Post them in the comments box and I’ll do my best to answer them.