Advanced Elements Expedition Limited Edition Model Test Paddle

First paddle in the Advanced Elements Expedition Limited Edition today.
 
The Advanced Elements Kayak Cart is a great piece of equipment, makes getting to launch hassle free!
 
The setup is quick at about 15 minutes, but don't forget to insert aluminium deck lift strip; it works really well; no water entry through the front zip.
 
The pressure release valve on the inflatable floor is a great bonus. If you put too much air in you will hear the soft hiss of air escaping to drop the pressure back to the recommended level.
 
When closing the twist lock valves (floor, deck lift & deck combing chambers), don't forget to twist/turn the pump hoze whilst pumping to close the valves. In this way you won't loose any air closing the valves. Note: if your spray skirt won't stay on, make sure to tuck the inflation tubes at the back of the cockpit under each other & ensure there is enough air in the deck combing tubes!
 
The rear access hatch is a huge improvement, making it easy to load dry bags containing food, water & spare clothing for your trip.
 
This model is selling quickly, order now while stock is still available. See details of the Advanced Elements Expedition Limited Edition.

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