Advancedelements Convertable Family Trip to Mull

In a week of regular use off the coast of Mull the 3 layers of material show virtually no sign of wear and tear. It also comes with a repair kit. Essentially we were able to make a side-by-side comparison with a variety of cheaper inflatable kayaks of a similar size and this one came out on top in every way.

It was safer thanks to the double compartment in the hull; it was faster and smoother to paddle thanks to the aluminium ribs, the skeg, and the general rigidity of the thing once it was inflated; it was more comfortable thanks to the well designed adjustable seats.

Granted it cost more money, but what's a couple of hundred quid when it comes to a) your safety, and b) years of easier paddling?

See Advanced Elements Convertible Review on the Heason Events website.


Back To Advanced Elements News

PRODUCT SEARCH

NEWS & REVIEWS

Simon's Thames River Challenge

Simon is kayaking 130 miles of the River Thames over 8 days for Kidney Research UK. A great challenge and opportunity to raise money for...!

READ

A new kayak - the Air Traveller 2!

The new Advanced Elements Airtraveller2 kayak as arrived. There's very little information about this new model on the internet - so here are the first observations.

READ

RapidUp Sail Fits The Packlite Kayak

Did you know that the RapidUp Sail fits the Packlite Kayak & along with the new Packlite Outer Cover makes the Packlite a great little kayak that takes up hardly any space and is perfect for gentle paddles.

READ