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FLOAT TUBE FISHING FORUM » Fishing Tactics, Tackle, and reviews » Float Tubes, Pontoons, and Equipment Reviews » K1 kayak by Volt Boats

K1 kayak by Volt Boats

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1 K1 kayak by Volt Boats on Fri Apr 04, 2014 5:11 pm

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Does anyone have any experience with this kayak? Its pretty awsome! Id get one if I had the money.

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2 Re: K1 kayak by Volt Boats on Fri Apr 04, 2014 7:42 pm

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I have been looking at kayaks a bit , as sometimes it is a pain getting around on the tube . but $4000 on a kayak wow , but it would get around the registration fees on the water being battery powered . but the battery will only last you an hr , possibly 2-3 at a lower speed

But I could come up on a bass boat for that $$$ and just pay the registration fees or go cheaper and get a foot peddle kayak  Thumbs Up 

3 Re: K1 kayak by Volt Boats on Fri Apr 04, 2014 10:08 pm

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They said that the battery can last up to 30 hrs! You would still have to register it, gas or battery, if theres a motor, california wants your money! Just declare it as a purchase from craigslist for 150 dollars and pay only 40 bucks for registration.

I like the GPS auto pilot. Yeah 4k for a kayak is alot but even Hobies can run past 3k. Id get a real boat for that money, but I dont have anywhere to store it.

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