Friday, 20 March 2009

Kayak Trolley for your day hatch....

Imagine a kayak trolley that works efficiently on all surfaces, requires no dismantling of parts or difficult assembly, and fits inside your day hatch with just a single simple adjustment. It can simply be unfolded and fitted over the kayak or stowed away inside the kayak within seconds even with very cold or wet hands; no nuts to turn, wheels to inflate (or puncture) or axles to corrode. No need to modify your kayak, carry wheels in your main hatches or share around bulky components on an expedition. Then consider that it has been developed in consultation with the esteemed BCU, and is now their recommended trolley for sea kayaks. Consider these points & how well they relate to the trolley you are currently using:The kayak trolley must be lightweight; easily attached and removed; non damaging to the body of the canoe; universal fitting to most boats; robust and waterproof; easily stored in the boat when detached; it must have as few parts as posibble; it must have no loose or detachable parts; it should allow for easy movement of the kayak; and... most importantly, it must take the strain off the body!

Tick all the boxes & you have our new, revolutionary Compact Kayak Trolley. We'll be showing this product for the first time next weekend at Rock & Roll, prior to landing stock over the winter. Watch this space....


Blogger corgimas said...

That Looks GREAT!!! does it come with eh Guinness for size comparison too?
Need some one in the states to play with it just let me know!!!!!!
Good winds

20 March 2009 23:43  
Blogger Mark Sundin - Expedition Kayaks said...

Never underestimate the power of free beer to sway the average sea kayaker, Rob. Especially so here in Australia, especially with a beer for the discerning drinker like a cold Guinness! Thanks for the comment, glad to see the Yanks are paying attention....

21 March 2009 17:10  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Where is it possible to found it?????

25 July 2009 07:26  
Anonymous said...

I'm intrigued! I've been looking for something to replace my Washburne Sternwheels, which don't take enough of the load as I'd like. And I love the fact that there is no assembly required.

7 November 2009 17:53  

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