Crank 10.0 Sit-On-Top Pedal-Drive Kayak
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PERCEPTIONCrank 10.0 Sit-On-Top Pedal-Drive Kayak

$1,399.99

In stock online.
Model # 19822923 | Mfg # 9351800178UPC # 729282117410

Specs

Crank 10.0 Sit-On-Top Pedal-Drive Kayak

Name Value
Best Use Recreation
Drive Type Pedal
Paddle
Capacity 350 Pounds
Color Dapper
Hull Construction Roto-Mold
Length 10 Feet
Material Polyethylene
Seat Type Padded and Adjustable Backrest and Bottom
Type Sit-On-Top
Warranty Details Five Year Limited
Weight 87 Pounds
Width 35 Inches

Product Overview

PERCEPTION Crank 10.0 Sit-On-Top Pedal-Drive Kayak

The new Crank 10.0 is the first of a new generation of easy-to-use, fast-and-fun pedal drive kayaks from Perception Kayaks. It's perfect for lakes, ponds and calm coastal waters. The Crank incorporates a fresh design aesthetic with incredibly comfortable ergonomics for powerful-yet-easy pedaling while providing ample surfaces for rigging aftermarket accessories including two Solo Mount recesses within easy reach.

Featuring a new-and-improved pedal drive, this kayak pedals effortlessly, covers lots of water, and provides the ability to go forward and reverse without removing the drive from the boat. The easy-handling Crank packs a punch and opens up the water to everyone in a fun, stable and manageable package.

Features:

  • Efficient and easy-to-use pedal drive system - Forward or reverse without any changes to pedal drive unit
  • Captain's Chair: folding, adjustable, and removable seating
  • One-handed rudder control
  • Transducer scupper in hull for fish and depth finders
  • Front and rear storage areas with bungee lashing to secure gear
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