Intex 68310VM Dakota K2 Vinyl Inflatable Kayak

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Intex 68310VM Dakota K2 Vinyl Inflatable Kayak
Intex 68310VM Dakota K2 Vinyl Inflatable Kayak

Intex 68310VM Dakota K2 Vinyl Inflatable Kayak Price History

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Current Price $174.03 June 16, 2024
Highest Price $179.99 January 7, 2024
Lowest Price $174.03 March 20, 2024
Since January 7, 2024

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$174.03 March 20, 2024
$175.99 March 2, 2024
$179.99 January 7, 2024

Intex 68310VM Dakota K2 Vinyl Inflatable Kayak Description

Premier 2-Person Inflatable Kayak

The Intex 68310VM Dakota K2 2-Person Heavy-Duty Vinyl Inflatable Kayak is perfect for water adventure seekers who want to have a great time out on the lake, river, or open ocean. Constructed with heavy-duty vinyl that is also puncture-resistant, this kayak is made to last for multiple seasons of fun on the water. The double-hull construction and two-person capacity makes it a great choice for two-person excursions. Boasting spacious inside compartments, adjustable inflatable seats and backrests, a removable skeg fin, and soft handles for towing, this inflatable kayak provides all the features you need to have a seamless water adventure.

Inflates in Minutes

Forget lugging around a bulky kayak to the lake; the Intex 68310VM Dakota K2 Kayak inflates in just minutes. The included high-output pump makes it easy to inflate the entire kayak, including the adjustable seats, in no time at all. Once inflated, the kayak can maintain its shape with the help of its internal I-beam construction. Then, simply strap it to the roof of your car, and you’ll be ready for the water in no time!

Secure, Comfortable Seating

The Intex 68310VM Dakota K2 Kayak gives you the perfect combination of comfort and support with its adjustable inflatable seats and backrests. The backrests are designed to support your lower back, helping to reduce fatigue during your adventure. Additionally, the kayak also features two adjustable fins, which can be used to further fine-tune the kayak’s balance and control while you’re paddling.

Multiple Valves, Storage Compartments, and More

The Intex 68310VM Dakota K2 Kayak also features multiple valves along the interior of the hull, which helps you to drain excess water easily and quickly. It also includes two storage compartments that are perfect for keeping any items that you don’t want to get wet, such as wallets, keys, phones, etc. Finally, the kayak also includes a removable skeg fin, which gives you more control over the kayak’s direction and speed while in the water.

Features:

• Durable, heavy-duty puncture-resistant vinyl construction
• High-output pump included for quick inflation
• Two adjustable inflatable seats and backrests
• Two adjustable fins
• Internal I-beam construction for shape maintenance
• Removable skeg fin
• Two interior storage compartments
• Soft handles for easy portability
• Maximum weight capacity of 400 lbs.

Intex 68310VM Dakota K2 Vinyl Inflatable Kayak Specification

Item Package Dimensions L x W x H

‎35.8 x 22.8 x 14.2 inches

Package Weight

‎16.96 Kilograms

Brand Name

‎Intex

Material

‎Vinyl

Manufacturer

‎Intex

Part Number

‎68310VM

Style

‎Classic

Intex 68310VM Dakota K2 Vinyl Inflatable Kayak Reviews (13)

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  1. Laura Loria

    I purchased this to use as a recreational paddling and possibly to fish and hunt from. I do not have the space to store a rigid kayak nor a way to transport one. This works well to fit in the space available but has limitations.

    First the good.
    You can pump this up in minutes and not break a sweat. This was surprising to me as I had purchased an electric pump as well thinking it would save time. It doesn’t, but it is less work. Take the pump in the boat with you. If you develop a slow leak it can be used to reinflate even while you are on the water. And if the air is hot and the water is cold, it is highly likely the chambers will deflate as the air inside them cools. You can top them off while on the water.

    It will fit in a very small space when deflated and in the bag. Any vehicle trunk will have space enough for it. But before you stow it after use, be sure to thoroughly dry it.

    It is very maneuverable, with the short skeg maybe even too maneuverable. If you apply a lot of power in your strokes with will wander side to side quite a bit. With the longer skeg this is reduced significantly. But it will turn on a dime and give you change.

    It is hard to sink it. Unless you rupture all 5 chambers which is unlikely, you will at least have something to hold onto to get to shore. If you put a hole in 1 chamber you will be able to paddle to shore still. Carry a roll of Flex Tape for on the water repairs. Seriously, this is the best way to make temporary repairs.

    This boat is extremely stable. You would really have to be trying in order to get it to flip. If you need to you could even stand up in it without tipping but with the inflatable bottom it isn’t easy and you could very well fall out.

    Getting in and out of the boat is easy. But you must accept that in getting in or out you will get wet. You simply cannot launch it in water too shallow to float it, you will put holes in it. So walk it out into knee deep water and then get in. You didn’t really expect to stay dry while on the river did you?

    Now the bad.

    The profile is quite high. If you have any wind you will be going in the direction of the wind pretty much no matter what you do. Even when paddling with the current, if you are paddling into the wind it will be a chore to go anywhere.

    It is also very susceptible to currents in the water. It has quite a bit of drag and you can be spun around by currents acting in different directions on opposite ends of the boat.

    It isn’t very fast, it has a lot of drag in the water. You won’t be winning any races against rigid hull boats. But speed is not an essential factor for my uses so not a big deal.

    It isn’t very thick material and operating in areas with rocks or sticks will result in holes. When this happens reach for the Flex Tape while you are on the water. It will stop the leaks or at least slow them down long enough to get you through the trip. I’ve not yet tried Flex Tape as a permanent fix though so maybe it will last longer than temporary.

    Permanent fixes are difficult. You should take the patches which come with the boat and throw them away, they will just frustrate you. For permanent fixes get a jar of contact cement and a piece of heavy clear vinyl sold for making slip covers for outdoor furniture. I picked up a foot by 4 feet for $2. Prep both the boat and vinyl with sandpaper and brake parts cleaner or PVC cleaner you can get at a plumbing supply aisle near you. Apply the contact cement to both surfaces allow to dry until just tacky and put the patch over the hole. Try to do this while the boat is inflated as you will want the boat material stretched when the patch is applied or the joint will fail eventually. Slap the patch on and press it firmly over all surfaces. A roller is really helpful here. Really mash the patch into place.

    I will attempt the Flex Tape patch as a permanent solution eventually and report back results.

    And yes, it also has functioned very well in the intended uses so far. Will be hunting from it this fall.

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  2. Verona

    Bought this kayak really looking forward to getting out on the lake on it, first day of opening and blowing up to recommended air pressurez it had a puncture on the base of the kyak (where your feet would sit) the puncture hole was in such an awkward spot for a repair as it was right in between the seam, so any
    Repair attempt would have been to no avail. Very disappointed.

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  3. Jennifer Leigh

    Love the kayak! The only issue I had was after 4 hours on the river, the sides did lose air, but the bottom stayed inflated. Luckily we brought a pump and re-pumped the sides and were good to go for the last hour of the float 🙂

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  4. John

    Easy to inflate and fold. Really good material, you don’t have to worry about it breaking through the material

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  5. Vince C.

    Bon….!!! Lorsque vous faite monter votre chien dans un kayac gonflable.”..IL FAUT LE PROTEGER ” un tapis de yoga dans le fond du kayac fera l’affaire ..!! Mon chien scrute l’horizon tel un capitaine …et apprécie la découpe des rivages lointains …. “

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  6. Jean-Marc et son chien qui parle Aldo.

    I was very happy with this purchase.
    It’s light enough to haul it in my bike cart but the material is tough. My friend and i had a blast on the river.
    It sets up very fast and easy and the large caps for deflating it makes it alot easier.
    I can’t wait to put sone mats down and take my pup out:)

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  7. LH

    I thought the seats were part of the body?so it would all blow up together, but they are detachable which is actually better. I took it on the lake and removed the seats and layer back and watched the stars.

    It’s a little bulky to manage alone when it’s fully inflated, but it’s amazing when it’s in the water. Everyone asks where I got it.

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  8. Vince C.

    This is a excellent kayck…so easy to pump up and deflate…extremely confortable to sit in
    And high in the water..

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  9. robert Scott

    Used it in the calm ocean, it was quick to get inflated. Got an electric pump though. Oars can be slightly short but they work. Holds two people and some stuff well. Is sturdy, color is nice. For the price it’s a great deal. Would buy again.

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  10. MontanaLon

    We took it to float the Boise river the next day after getting it. It even comes with 2 dry bags.

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  11. robert Scott

    For the price this is a deal if you’re just starting out like we are. Took it for maiden voyage to a small lake, easy to paddle, set up in 10 min. Take down is longer but well worth the effort. At 6’3” I had enough room to paddle and room behind me for our lunch thanks to the adjustable seats.

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  12. r h

    NOT for 2 adults ,IM 5′ 4″ my husband is 5′ 10″ we did NOT have enough leg room .Was better with one person as far as leg room and comfort. We further tested it singly .Both of us found it to be better for 1 adult .We had the large skeg ,it tracked and handled well in the wind and with cross wakes from large boats wave runners etc. It was stable . Would like to have the bottom part of the seat be higher ,maybe bigger air chambers in the seat portion can accomplish that. The paddles are ok a little short and heavy ,I used my carbon fiber longer paddle [it is the one I use on my 12 foot ocean sit on top kayak} The 2 that come with it are good as spares or packing in ,as they are 5 piece. The dry bags are a nice bonus however they are fold bags not zipper seal. Pump works well and fast not difficult. Carry bag is nice size to carry all that is needed for use. However I’m sure with heavy use it will not last as the material is thin .A little heavier than expected but can carry it short distances ok. Not a bad purchase for the price I used points and bought what I guess was an open box that was not at full advertised price. All and all I’m happy with it for myself I can throw it in the back of my SUV and go .For longer trips and fishing will stick with my sit on top Wilderness 12 foot ocean kayak

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  13. Jamie ls

    Easy to assemble and disassemble, lite enough to cart around either way.

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