Customer Review

Reviewed in Canada 🇨🇦 on April 5, 2021
I was looking to buy an inexpensive paddleboard. Considering that 500+$ is a good chunk of money for me, I didn’t want it to be cheap or lacking in accessories. I wanted the best bang for what I was ready to spend.
I’m quite satisfied with my choice. My many nights researching paddleboard specs, reviews, pumps, etc. seem to have paid off.
I opted for this particular model from Serenelife because it is their most expensive on their website and it has some quality features such as a screw to attach the bottom fin instead of a pin which I read in some reviews sometimes falls off and results in lost fins. Mine is solidly attached.
This board is 10.6 ft long, 32 inches wide and 6 inches in height. The longer the board and the wider it is increases the stability. Since this is my first board, I wanted it to be stable. I have not tried it on the water yet as the ice has just melted but I am confident.
The delivery was swift and the kit is well packaged.
I blew the board up the next day. The dual action pump works well. I blew it up to 10 psi in dual action and switched to single for the last 5. You need to put your body weight into it in the end. It took about 10 minutes of pumping.
The board is solid and has stayed at 15 psi for the 4 days it’s been blown up. The material seems thick and strong. It looks and feels like some of the more expensive boards seen in stores.
The accessories are great and all have a nice design on them.
The board has D-rings so I can attach things to it including the optional kayak seat. I like having options.
The board comes with a 1 year warranty which is always reassuring.
And customer support answers emails promptly. I mentioned that my repair kit did not have any adhesive in it and after sending them the proof of purchase, they replied that they will send me some.
I’m quite happy with my purchase and can’t wait to use it on the water.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Very satisfied. Beautiful, well built board.
By Maryse B. on April 5, 2021
I was looking to buy an inexpensive paddleboard. Considering that 500+$ is a good chunk of money for me, I didn’t want it to be cheap or lacking in accessories. I wanted the best bang for what I was ready to spend.
I’m quite satisfied with my choice. My many nights researching paddleboard specs, reviews, pumps, etc. seem to have paid off.
I opted for this particular model from Serenelife because it is their most expensive on their website and it has some quality features such as a screw to attach the bottom fin instead of a pin which I read in some reviews sometimes falls off and results in lost fins. Mine is solidly attached.
This board is 10.6 ft long, 32 inches wide and 6 inches in height. The longer the board and the wider it is increases the stability. Since this is my first board, I wanted it to be stable. I have not tried it on the water yet as the ice has just melted but I am confident.
The delivery was swift and the kit is well packaged.
I blew the board up the next day. The dual action pump works well. I blew it up to 10 psi in dual action and switched to single for the last 5. You need to put your body weight into it in the end. It took about 10 minutes of pumping.
The board is solid and has stayed at 15 psi for the 4 days it’s been blown up. The material seems thick and strong. It looks and feels like some of the more expensive boards seen in stores.
The accessories are great and all have a nice design on them.
The board has D-rings so I can attach things to it including the optional kayak seat. I like having options.
The board comes with a 1 year warranty which is always reassuring.
And customer support answers emails promptly. I mentioned that my repair kit did not have any adhesive in it and after sending them the proof of purchase, they replied that they will send me some.
I’m quite happy with my purchase and can’t wait to use it on the water.
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