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I have not picked up the cooler yet because of Walmart's ridiculous policy on pick up. Because I ordered this item as a guest and not logged in as a customer I was not able to add another person as a pick up contact. While talking with the rep at the store I am to pick up the cooler, I was advised that no one other than I could pick up the cooler even if the online customer service rep I talked with added that person. All I can say is that if I have trouble picking up the cooler, which will be picked up later than the date allowed on the original order, you can bet that I will not be ordering from Walmart again.
Bought this canoe to take leisurely floats on our local lake. It is made of superb quality and construction. Very solid and is stable in the water. It performs very well - easy to paddle and keep straight with two persons paddling. It is more difficult with a single paddler - may need an extra skeg.\n\nIt does take a good pump to get it inflated fully - you want to get it pressurized properly so it is firm. It is also substantial in weight - be prepared for the effort needed to move it into and out of the water - especially after it has been in the water and gets wet.\n\nHighly recommend this product.
From the many reviews you've probably picked up that this raft is reasonably well made but should be thought of as a two-person boat. Yes, that's the main piece of advice.\n\nI was also a bit disappointed in the oar brackets but finally figured out how to work with them. Unlike a fiberglass boat with very stable oar brackets, this raft requires you to be a bit lighter on the power you use with the oars due to the somewhat flimsey oar brackets. Not a show stopper but something you'll need to adjust to.\n\nOverall, a good solution to hit a lake and be able to store the raft afterwards.