quality and PRICE were over the top
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Attwood Blade-Paddle Float, Safety Yellow:
- Double air bladder design for additional buoyancy and safety
- Single handed auto-valve inflation
- 4 safety reflective strips for added low light visibility
- Quick cinch that allows for quick securing of the float to your paddle
- Flow through design allows water to pass through the float without collecting water
- Rugged 200 denier polyester fabric that protects against wear
- Heavy duty snap and D-ring for securing and stowage
- 1-year warranty
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|Assembled Product Dimensions (L x W x H)|
27.00 x 14.00 x 0.20 Inches
HARD TO BEAT
bought this item on recommendation of a friend....using it on my Kayak...
ideal easy to use kayak paddle float.
This product was as expected and at a great price through Walmart.com
Good quality. Essential item
IMO, a paddle float is essential safety equipment for kayaking. This is a good quality item at a good price. I weigh 250 lbs and use it on my paddle to do emergency wet re-entry into my sea kayak and it works very well. It has enough buoyancy to easily support my weight. I like that it inflates on both sides to sandwich the paddle blade between the air bladders which helps hold it in place. I also like the reflective tape on both sides of the paddle float. I like the belt clip that I can use to quickly clip the paddle float onto my bungee cords on my kayak deck after re-entry into the kayak. After re-entry in high seas, the last thing you want to do is try to let the air out of a paddle float while the waves are tossing you around. You just want to clip the float to your deck and start paddling. Actually, if you get caught in a storm, you can pre-inflate the paddle float and clip it to your deck so it is ready just in case you need it rather than waiting to get tossed from your boat and then trying to inflate it while you are bobbing up and down in the waves. The only cons so far: 1) the caps for the valve stems do not seem to fit well. 2) It does not hold well onto my GREENLAND style paddle with thin blades. No problems with standard paddle blades, of course. I think this problem exists with all standard paddle float designs.
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