Reviews for Airhead TK-2 Kayak by Kwik Tek
Based On: 2 Reviews
02-08-2010Submitted by: Dan
Started out great. You will need a hand pump to get the right psi so the kayak will not "sag" in the water. After a while, from being in the sun, the bottom rubber tape started to split. Water collects under top layer and will be holding 3-5 gallons of water at the end of a 2-3 hour trip. Does not track well at all. Good for fun on the lake or ocean, if you don't mind getting a little wet. Inflates fast. P.S., e-mailed Quik Tek about the water leakage and tape splitting, but go no reply on the warranty that came with the kayak.
10-01-2007Submitted by: J.C.
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I have the TK-2, which is plenty room for me and my twin girls, age 4, plus gear in front and back. Very stable, but water collects in bladder chamber which is no fun trying to deflate it and put in vehicle at the end of the run. Inflates easily, tracks well, but seats are limited in the amount you can adjust them.
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