Problems with your kayak? Tracking to one side over the other? Taking on water? Losing Air? Post your questions, suggestions and answers here regarding issues with the kayaks.

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Post by Daddy-O » Wed Dec 10, 2008 6:52 am

Many times, we are quick to complain about something that is not right (and maybe we should), but we are often slow to show appreciation for the right things that people do. I just thought it would be nice to have a thread where we show our appreciation.

I wanted to thank Jeremy for his help. I sent him a pm the other day with some questions. He was quick to reply in a general manner, did some investigating (that he didn't really need to do) and got back to me with a thorough answer on the subject.

On another note, I have noticed some questions repeated over and over again (which is to be expected with a bunch of us newbies coming on here). I know it must get old to give the same answer each time, but he doesn't express it in his response. I thought that showed professionalism.

Anyway, I just want to say, "Thanks Jeremy". :D


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Post by JCOOLEY » Wed Dec 10, 2008 10:04 am


Thank you very much for the appreciation. My goal is to make sure that everyone has a great paddling experience even if the same questions are asked over and over again. This actually, in a way, keeps common questions fresh on the the forum allowing Newbies to see them and get the answers that they need to their questions. I really don't mind. I also don't mind if people private message me. I am more than happy to help in anyway possible.
I would also like to give a big Thank You to all the members on the forum for their continued interest in our kayaks and their dedication to Advanced Elements. If it wasn't for everyone here, then I am sure we wouldn't be in existance. I especially would like to give my Thanks to the members who have extensive knowledge of paddling and lend their time and energy to help others out that need questions answered.

So a big Thank You to all of you and I hope you have a Happy Holidays!


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RE: AE Kayaks

Post by rjf » Sun Jul 02, 2017 4:57 pm

No kayak is perfect. I have two AE kayaks. It takes some time to learn what they can and cannot do. Enjoy them for the benefit they offer. Thank you AE!

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