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Pack in float tube #12975238
11/25/18 03:59 AM
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Great price on these float tubes which I use everywhere because of their light weight and comfort:

https://creekcompany.com/home.php?cat=249

Enjoy.

PC

Re: Pack in float tube [Re: porta] #12975707
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Thanks Porta. Great price, I ordered one.

Re: Pack in float tube [Re: porta] #13039448
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I agree with Porta! I own two & they are excellent! thumb

Re: Pack in float tube [Re: Fishbonz] #13065897
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Yes, I was tempted to get another one, even though I already have six! When the price was $129 and free shipping for the whole unit, that is less than the price of just the two main bladders, since you have to pay for shipping for bladder parts. You also get the seat inflatable bladders which are $59 if bought separately.

But the new design would mean that the two bladders valve ports don't fit my older design, and I don't like the bright red color compared to my green ones.

Also, I believe the new design uses a different kind of valve instead of the Boston type found on my green ones, so I cannot adjust the pressure while underway in the water with a mouth tube, like I do in my present tubes.

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