Norton Summit Kayaks
For kayaks in Norton Summit look no further than Kayaks2Fish. We offer free pickup from our Adelaide Wholesale Store or shipped to Norton Summit 5136 from $40 per single kayak or from $50 per tandem kayak from our Adelaide Single & Double Fishing Kayaks Wholesale Store. Just because our prices are affordable doesn't mean we offer any less quality then big brands. We use plastic imported from UK and treat each kayak with UV protectant. Our mission is to help as many people as we can to get out on the water with our kayaks that offer good value. Before you purchase we recommend to check out feedback from our past customers, you can find them on Facebook and Google. You can also pay via Afterpay or Zippay.Read More
The kids love their kayaks they would be in them twenty four seven if they had their way.Kayaks easy to use and transport. - Maikayla E.
I bought my husband a NEXGEN 9 as a belated Christmas present. He loves it. Perfect size for him. He loves the 'very comfortable' seat. I have kayak envy and have requested an upgrade for my birthday. Great service to. Will definitely be going to Kayaks2fish - Michelle
purchased from online with my eagle 2+1. used couple of times last month. happy with it. Will definitly deal with them again. - Ming Y.
Bought a nextgen 10 yak from Kayaks2Fish Melb. It was on pre-order and the delivery time was spot on, pick up a breeze. The post sales service is great, and I found the emailed tip helpful as a newbie. I bought it to help get fit. When I am done for the day my back is great, the seat is so comfortable to which I can adjust it to suit me exactly. I am very happy with the gen10 kayak. - Brett H.
Overall really good experience. Communication between customer and K2F is good, could be a bit better.Turn around was rather quick, customer service at the shop was great, however had to go back as they forgot to me the seat.So far the kayak is good, happy with the purchase. Stability is great.The carry handles on the front and back need some work as the hole in them is too big for the rope and the knots slip through when being carried. - Luka Pendes