Sea Eagle NN14 Inflatable Board Reviews
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I love, love, love my new Needle Nose SUP!! It's perfect for me. I got the 14' and I thought maybe it would be too long, but I think it's just right for me and my dog Maui. She loves it too compared to my last one, she slips off a lot less, lol. The board is soooo easy to inflate and deflate and now I can take it anywhere. I'm super happy with it. Thanks!
Awesome product, really happy with the boards. Well constructed and only took a week to arrive in New Zealand. Thank you for your amazing service.
We are currently using the two NN14's I purchased from you in our adaptive paddle program. We have modified the paddleboards to accept two stations for seated paddling. One station is designed to accommodat people with various physical challenges and the other station for able-bodied people. I also have the equipment mounted on kayaks, but we have found that paddle boards are much easier to get on and off of than the kayaks. We do most of our paddling on lakes and slow moving water so the lack of rocker and fine entry at the bow makes for the low resistance paddling needed for our folks. Also, the well placed "D" rings makes it easy to mount adaptive equipment. Because the NN14 works so well for our needs, we anticipate purchasing another one soon. Finally, I'd like to say that the battery for the first electric pump I bought failed within a year or so of purchase. Your company promptly sent a replacement battery out to me at no charge. I thank you for that. Great product, great customer service. Thanks
I love my NN14C iSUP, and have been paddling every weekend since it arrived. At first I did a lot of flatwater paddling in the Virginia Beach/Norfolk area. Rivers, lakes and Norfolk harbor. Then I joined the Virginia Paddlers and tried some whitewater paddling on the James, Jackson and New rivers. The SUP worked very well in all those environments. I even put a bicycle on the nose, and paddled the New River from Foster Falls, VA to Allisonia, VA...then deflated the paddleboard, and biked back to Foster Falls with the SUP in the backpack!