Kayak Kaddy®

Item # WX2-219028

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Smooth-rolling Kayak Kaddy® helps tote your watercraft!

Save the sweat and elbow grease for when you're on the water ! There's no need to carry your Kayak to the launch site when Kayak Kaddy® can get it there with minimal effort and NO tools! 3 adjustable stretch cords attach the swiveling, wheeled axle to the back of your kayak, and within minutes, you can pull the watercraft over rocks, sand and dirt with ease! Once you're at the lake, quickly disassemble and stow it in your kayak while you enjoy a fun day rowing and fishing!

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  • Includes 2 wheels, 1 axle and 3 bungee cords (6-54" working range)
  • Axle self-aligns to keep the wheels on course.
  • Measures 20" wide from wheel to wheel. 6" diam. wheels. 4 lbs., 1 oz.

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Customer Reviews

5 stars
(8) 1-6 of 8 Reviews
  1. 5 stars
    Great and simple product. Fastens onto the kayak with bungee chords and easily stows in the hatch on mine. Doesn't work on a sandy beach launch site, however, but that doesn't matter. Perfect for dragging my kayak across the marina parking lot, stowing the KAYAK KADDY on-board and pushing off for a paddle without having to take the trolley back to the car leaving my 'yak at the boat-launch for someone to mess with.
  2. 4 stars
    Small in size, will be able to take on kayak when needed!
  3. 5 stars
    Appears so far to work as intended.
  4. 5 stars
    The Kayak Kaddy is Compact, lightweight, and appears to be constructed very well, the instructions could use more easily understood detailed instructions. But it worked very well after I figured out how it worked the best.
  5. 4 stars
    works fine
  6. 5 stars
    This is a great price, and an effective device, to avoid rupturing something while moving my heavy tandem kayak.
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