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  • ITIWIT 3 inflatable 2 or 3 seater kayak orange
  • ITIWIT 3 inflatable 2 or 3 seater kayak orange
  • ITIWIT 3 inflatable 2 or 3 seater kayak orange
  • ITIWIT 3 inflatable 2 or 3 seater kayak orange
  • ITIWIT 3 inflatable 2 or 3 seater kayak orange
  • ITIWIT 3 inflatable 2 or 3 seater kayak orange
  • ITIWIT 3 inflatable 2 or 3 seater kayak orange
  • ITIWIT 3 inflatable 2 or 3 seater kayak orange
  • ITIWIT 3 inflatable 2 or 3 seater kayak orange
  • ITIWIT 3 inflatable 2 or 3 seater kayak orange
  • ITIWIT 3 inflatable 2 or 3 seater kayak orange
  • ITIWIT 3 inflatable 2 or 3 seater kayak orange
  • ITIWIT 3 inflatable 2 or 3 seater kayak orange
  • ITIWIT 3 inflatable 2 or 3 seater kayak orange
  • ITIWIT 3 inflatable 2 or 3 seater kayak orange
  • ITIWIT 3 inflatable 2 or 3 seater kayak orange
  • ITIWIT 3 inflatable 2 or 3 seater kayak orange
  • ITIWIT 3 inflatable 2 or 3 seater kayak orange
  • ITIWIT 3 inflatable 2 or 3 seater kayak orange
  • ITIWIT 3 inflatable 2 or 3 seater kayak orange
  • ITIWIT 3 inflatable 2 or 3 seater kayak orange
  • ITIWIT 3 inflatable 2 or 3 seater kayak orange

ITIWIT 3 inflatable 2 or 3 seater kayak orange

Réf :
8307032
Le plus produit
An inflatable kayak with 2 raised adult seats for comfort when paddling and 1 centre seat for a child. Stable and reassuring, ideal for a family outing.
34,999.00 INR*

User benefits

Stability
Side tubes and a wide inflatable floor for good stability.
Buoyancy
For 2 to 3 people, maximum 230 kg (507 lbs).
Easy assembly / dismantling
Inflate the kayak in 10 minutes with a double action hand pump.
Glide performance
Patented bow shape gives the kayak a good glide quality. 3 keels.
User comfort
Raised front and rear seats for comfort when at rest and when paddling.

Technical card

Frequency
Occasional
Maximum load
200 to 230kg
Seats
3
Type of kayak
Inflatable
Use
Touring
Composition
Inner fabric : 100.0% Polyester (PES) Inside room : 100.0% Polyvinyl chloride (PVC) - Phtalate free
Approuvé par
Standard ISO 6185-1
made for
occasional canoe and kayak touring, for 2 or 3 persons, in calm waters (less than 300m from land - France).
Garantie
2 years
Download user manual link

Tips

Conseils d'entretien
Rinse your kayak with fresh water before prolonged storage. Take out the floor, dry the floor and the rest of the kayak separately, then put it back together and fold up. Never open the fasteners after inflation.
Storage Tips
Deflate, fold up. Store in a cool, dry place.
Restrictions on use
Do not leave inflated in direct sunlight: risk of overpressure.

Features

After-sales service
Spare parts are available for Itiwit kayaks from after-sales service. Visit the workshop at your nearest Decathlon store to collect or order some. Inflatable floor: reference 830 92 65 Left bladder: reference 830 92 64 Right bladder: reference 830 91 67
Inflation tips & precautions
Inflate the floor first, then one of the side tubes and then the second tube to 50%. Check the overall positioning of the chambers. Then inflate it all to 100% without exceeding 0.1 bar (1.5 psi). DO NOT OVERINFLATE! Fully close all of the valves. Install the 3 keels, unless using on a river containing little water. In the event of EXTREME HEAT, deflate the kayak slightly out of the water to avoid overpressure which may damage the kayak.
Seat comfort
The front and rear seats are twice as high as the middle seat. This provides more comfort for adults in the paddling position. The "child" seat has a classic height for a lower, more reassuring position. The seats are to be placed according to the number of persons on board, just in front of the markings printed on the floor. In front of the "2+1" markings (which therefore remain visible) when there are 3 on board. In front of the "2" markings when there are 2 on board.
Maintenance advice
In the event of damage to one of the side chambers, open the side tube lengthways using the zip and remove the chamber. The floor can be uncovered by opening the Velcro fastenings. Example 1: the hole is in the side tube; you can use the repair kit to stick on a patch. Example 2: the hole is along a seam; go to the workshop service at a DECATHLON branch to exchange the defective bladder (2-year guarantee).
Easy disassembly & folding
New carry bag for 2016, rucksack style for short trips. New 2016 fins with easy clips. Deflate the kayak by opening the 3 "Boston" valves. Fold the side tubes down onto the floor. Roll, starting from the opposite side to the valves to remove the air. Place the rolled-up kayak into the main compartment of the bag. Close the zip and tighten using the compression strap.
Technical specifications
INFLATED SIZE Length: 382 cm Width: 108 cm FOLDED & BAGGED SIZE Height: 73 cm Width: 44 cm Thickness: 33 cm Weight: 17 kg Maximum pressure: 0.1 bar (1.5 PSI) Number of seats: 2 or 3 seats Content: kayak, bag, repair kit, keel PUMP NOT INCLUDED For use with a Tribord double action hand pump with adapters.
Glide performance
Patented bow shape: the tips at the front and the rear give a good glide. The V-shaped front of the kayak enables a smooth inlet of water.
Mark distribution
Favorable review more useful
Itiwit 3 Great Kayak and Great Value for Money 11 Apr 2016 Quick to inflate. Cheap. Sturdy, Large Pain to disassemble, clean and dry... minor point

Review for Itiwit 3 kayak
We bought this on 9/4/16 and paddled from Stockport to Sale on the R. Mersey the morning after. I’m very pleased with the Kayak. (10 mins to inflate with the Sevylor footpump £6.50). The boat felt very steady and remarkably comfortable. We did the 14km trip in 2.5 hrs (the river was not exactly in spate, but recent rain meant it was flowing nicely). It handled well enough without the three detachable fins (skegs?). We didn’t want to use these in possibly shallow sections of the river. I’m so pleased with the facts that I can inflate it straight out of my car boot and therefore don’t need a roof rack and as much storage space at home. We also bounced of the sides when we bumped into them due to dodgy steering. However, I wish I’d bought the 225 paddles, not the 215 cm ones.
Room for improvement? I know why they do the boat in such loud colours, but a dark green or brown/black boat would have enabled us to get closer to the wildlife we saw. We shipped a fair amount of water in the faster flowing/whiter water section (I know it’s not made for this) and the drips from the paddles added to this bilge. When we took the boat out and released the drain plug from the bottom, a fair amount of water came out, but nothing like earlier reports. Perhaps this leaking issue has indeed been fixed? The 230kg weight limit is just about OK for camping trips…just. I’d like an extra 20 kg for all the kit, though. It’s no complaint, but it was time consuming to disassemble, hose down, reassemble before putting into storage, but you’ve got to look after your kit.
I went halves on the boat and equipment with a friend, making it very affordable (I can’t believe I also got wet-salopettes for 20 quid and wet-gloves for seven quid in the sale). A couple of paddles and a dry-bag and we were good to go (I should also have bought the buoyancy aids. I’ll pop back for them). We are planning a trip to NW Scotland in the summer and intend to do some inland and sea-lock kayaking, as well as some coastal routes (conditions permitting). I may post another review on the boat’s performance after this.

Critical review more useful
Good but 11 Jun 2015 It tracked good, lots of room, easy inflating. Leaked, valves not seating.

This could be a very good inflatable canoe what lets it down bad is the seams are not sealed it fills with water. This makes it very stable but heavy to paddle. After a couple of hours paddling we could not lift the canoe out of water till emptied it by turning it over. The valves were not seating correctly so deflated mainly seats. It is a shame that Tribord did not test these canoes they surely would have picked up on the leakage but I suppose it is down to money again. I am thinking of sealing mine the cost would be about £60.00

Brand's answer :

Dear Fred,

Thanks for your mail. Apologies for the issues that you have been experiencing with your Itiwit kayak. The boat certainly shouldn't be letting water in via the seems or valve that isn't seating properly. I can assure you that the kayaks have been thoroughly tested, so unfortunately I think there may be an issue with your boat. I would like to invite you to return the kayak in to your closest store or via the online process for an exchange or full refund. 
Apologies for the inconvenience.
Regards,
Ross Farrington Market Manager DECATHLON

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