The guys here are right, it's not about what the investor can do for you but also what you can do for the investor. An investor wants to know, what your target market is going to be (fisherman, pleasure, both?) what you're expected revenue is going to be. How have these sold and in what market? If they are new, what do they have that other kayaks don't have ( nicer cup holders, don't flip as easy,) a person can go to bass pro and buy a kayak..... What sets you apart form them? In order to get an investor to look at it you have got to be appealing and not only sale the product but sale yourself. Most investors won't want to invest $1,000 to get $1,200 back, that's more of a loan. (Which I would suggest that over an investor of possible) they are going to want a stake in it, they will want to know what the ROI (return on investment) is. You will need a good amount of info to share with potential investors and the more you get the word out to the public the better off you will be. I would rather invest some of my dollars in a new product that has people talking a bit than one that has them scratching their head. Not trying to offend you or step on your toes, just offering a little advise.