Sea Eagle NN126 Inflatable Paddleboard Reviews
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My husband and I both have the needlenose SUP. We've loved them and recommend them over others we'venown in the past. The only thing I need for traveling is a better pack. Not having a waist belt makes the board very heavy on my shoulder and small frame. Other inflatables I've own come with bags with a waist belt and rolls. I'm actually doing a girls trip to Hawaii next month and plan to fly with my board again. Do you know of a bag that rolls and has a waist band that will easily fit this board? The needlenose does not allow theshow full review ▼
Brittany, you'll want a rugged bag with these dims at a minimum: 33"high x 19"wide x 12" deep. Also, remember to check with the airline for baggage specs and possible fees. I'm sorry but we don't offer one at this time.
We purchased an NN126 and thouroughly enjoyed it for about a year and it developed a small leak at a seam. We notified Sea Eagle and followed their easy instructions and we had a new replacement under warranty within a few days. What a great company to do business with. We are now enjoying the NN126 which is very stable and easy to handle. A couple of our friends that have had hard paddle boards for several years tried it out and had nothing but praise.
I LOVE this paddle board (12' needle nose). I was skeptical about the idea of an inflatable board, particularly because I mostly paddle on open water (a large lake) and worried about getting too easily tossed around by wind and currents. I had tried a few other touring style iSUPs but ultimately returned them because they "felt" inflatable. The needle nose is different experience completely. It really does just slice through the water; I feel much more efficient on this board than on others. In addition to being fast, it's stable. One of the reasons I got into paddle boarding is that I wanted a fun way to take my dogs out on the water. Kayaks were always a pain and canoes were too heavy and slow. The dogs love this board and I have ZERO worries about them puncturing it with their nails. I have only ever paddled with one dog at a time, but would be confident taking two out on this board.show full review ▼
We bought the electric pump to inflate the SUP and highly recommend that. However, the instructions are almost unintelligible in terms of using the pump to inflate the paddle board. Bad information, poorly written directions, and not user friendly. The required adaptor is already showing signs of stress and wear. When I called to ask for clarification I was told that I must have gotten an older instruction manual. So that was aggravating.show full review ▼