First paddle with new AE convertable

AE1007-R(2005-Present), AE1004-R(2002-2004)

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franky
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First paddle with new AE convertable

Post by franky » Sat Feb 06, 2010 1:00 pm

Hi

Our AEC arrived this week and we had our first paddle in a sheltered part of the river Tyne U.K

We went for the backbone and it took a longer than 10mins to setup and get the slight kink out, the kink may need some more effort to solve will check the chamber alignment.

We were both comfortable and felt very stable aboard the AEC, the kayak tracked well and moved very well. We were getting wet from the paddles so will use the deck and spray skirts next time.

All in all a well made product looks and will suit us when we are'nt sailing :wink:

John
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Location: Glasgow Scotland

Post by John » Fri Mar 05, 2010 2:49 pm

Hope you enjoy your kayak. We bought ours a year ago and have had great fun on sea and rivers. French rivers last summer and Scottish Lochs and sea later summer and autumn. We are in our fifties.

joanne09
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Post by joanne09 » Thu May 06, 2010 7:34 am

Yes, Advance Elements is certainly one of the most durable convertible kayaks out there. I have tried one of these and they are easy to handle and use! Great way to enjoy this coming summer.

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