Friday, December 15th, 2017

[ReviewAZON asin="B000K8PKJ8"]Specifically designed for fisherman and weekend hunting expeditions, the large-sized Sevylor HF360 Fish Hunter inflatable boat provides room for four to six boaters and can be used with a 2.5 horsepower (HP) gas motor at the stern (when used with optional Sevylor Motor Mount). It also can be used with an optional Sevylor 12 Volt motor at the stern or bow of the boat without use of motor mount. The inflatable floor allows the boat to be easily rolled up and ready to go in minutes, and it’s easy to store. It includes two inflatable seats, a gear bag, and a battery pouch. It also offers two tunnel chambers for improved lateral stability, swivel oarlocks, two fishing pole holders, four drain plugs, Boston safety valves, chafing pad, and a plethora of tie downs and grablines.

Specifications:

  • Length overall (LOA): 12 feet
  • Beam: 5 feet
  • Weight: 48 pounds
  • Maximum engine power: 2.5 HP
  • Capacity: 6 persons
  • Weight capacity: 1200 pounds

Tech Talk:
Boston Valve: A large, screw-on valve that can’t accidentally be unplugged and provides quick deflation (by just opening up the valve and allowing air to escape).

About Sevylor
In 1948 in Vitry, a small suburb of Paris, France, Berco Grimbert created an electronics company called Societe Electronique de Vitry, or SEVY for short. Soon, a friend of Grimbert’s from New York commissioned SEVY to produce high frequency welding machines capable of fusing a new material called PVC (poly vinyl chloride). SEVY’s machines worked very well and the American friend developed a very successful business manufacturing swimming pool related products. He then taught SEVY how to work with PVC.

One of the first PVC products SEVY produced was inflatable bathtub called Dou Dou. It was an instant hit in postwar France–mothers could bathe their children even where no facilities were available. The media hailed Dou Dou as a significant invention. Soon, SEVY added small pools and flotation devices such as rings, beach balls, and inflatable swim jackets to its product line. Safe, hygienic products, made of PVC and designed for portability, durability and convenience, became the SEVY trademark.

The company quickly outgrew its small facilities in Vitry. Mr. Grimbert accepted an attractive offer from the French government to take over a defunct textile factor in the tiny Alsatian village of Buhl. After establishing its new headquarters, the company added the letters “lor” to its name, and became Sevylor. In French, l’or means gold. By coincidence, or possibly fate, Sevylor has proven to be “as good as gold” to its owners, retailers, consumers, and employees.

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[ReviewAZON asin="B000K8R1AE"]Rugged enough to traverse the entire length of the Amazon river twice, Sevylor’s classic Tahiti K79 two-person inflatable canoe comes in bright yellow. Produced since 1963, it features an I-beam floor for extra buoyancy, drain hole with plug, Boston valves, bow and stern spray decks, and specially designed inflatable seats with back support.

Specifications:

  • Length overall (LOA): 10 feet, 7 inches
  • Beam: 2 feet, 7 inches
  • Weight: 25 pounds
  • Capacity: 2 persons
  • Weight capacity: 400 pounds

About Sevylor
In 1948 in Vitry, a small suburb of Paris, France, Berco Grimbert created an electronics company called Societe Electronique de Vitry, or SEVY for short. Soon, a friend of Grimbert’s from New York commissioned SEVY to produce high frequency welding machines capable of fusing a new material called PVC (poly vinyl chloride). SEVY’s machines worked very well and the American friend developed a very successful business manufacturing swimming pool related products. He then taught SEVY how to work with PVC.

One of the first PVC products SEVY produced was inflatable bathtub called Dou Dou. It was an instant hit in postwar France–mothers could bathe their children even where no facilities were available. The media hailed Dou Dou as a significant invention. Soon, SEVY added small pools and flotation devices such as rings, beach balls, and inflatable swim jackets to its product line. Safe, hygienic products, made of PVC and designed for portability, durability and convenience, became the SEVY trademark.

The company quickly outgrew its small facilities in Vitry. Mr. Grimbert accepted an attractive offer from the French government to take over a defunct textile factor in the tiny Alsatian village of Buhl. After establishing its new headquarters, the company added the letters “lor” to its name, and became Sevylor. In French, l’or means gold. By coincidence, or possibly fate, Sevylor has proven to be “as good as gold” to its owners, retailers, consumers, and employees.

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