We bought a couple of these Inflatable Kayak shortly after selling on a Sevylor Colorado. The ones we own are the Single seaters. The backs of the seats are high, supportive and comfortable, and the kayak pack up quite easily and dry as they can be towel dried. This was a big consideration for us as they would be used for the occasional day out and a paddle in the evening.
The material it is made out of is a fabric sandwiched between two PVC layers, and in terms of robustness it is certainly a step up from beach toys. It has a slightly finer water entry than the Sevylor, two removable skegs, thigh straps and a convenient net storage bag. It is white meaning that it is not as prone to pressure differences due to the heat of the midday sun as darker kayaks.
Quite honestly, there are more robust Inflatable Kayaks out there, there are cheaper kayaks out there (not many), but the more we use these kayaks, the greater confidence we have in them. All inflatables don't track as well as rigids, and this is no exception but it is adequate.