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Kayak Factory Direct Christmas Sale is just around the corner!!!
We will be holding it on Saturday the 10th of December from 9am to 1pm.
There will be an on the day special of a free spray deck valued at $135 with every kayak purchased.
Check out our website for what we have in stock and we hope to see you then.

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If you have a price for a Prijon from anywhere else in Australia make sure you contact us last and we will do our very best to beat it.
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Prijon Prilite

Prijon offers three different types of materials for sea kayaks and touring kayaks. You will find the best kayak material for your purpose. HTP is the sturdiest material used in the production of kayaks world-wide. Whatever you are planning the boat is up to it. Laminate kayaks, made of carbon-aramide are very light and elegant. If low weight is important to you, they are the right choice. Laminate boats are, however more susceptible to ground impact and should therefore be primarily used in free-flowing waters. Prilite kayaks are in between HTP & Laminate with regard to weight and sturdiness. They are light than HTP, but sturdier than laminate kayaks.

Prilite: Prijon ABS Vacuum Formed Plastic

For PriLite boats, the ABS combination plates, sealed with UV resistant Perspex, are pulled into the hot moulds, which have a temperature of approximately 80 degrees, in a computerised process, using heat and vacuum. 

The upper and lower parts of the boat are inseparably joined together by a double-sided U profile. This profile additionally strengthens the sides of the kayak against impact. 

The mounting of deck mountings and interior fittings are thoroughly done by hand, as on all Prijon boats 

Advantages: PriLite boats are approx. 20% lighter than comparable kayaks made of HTP.  At the same time there is a clear advantage regarding stability compared to Fibreglass or Carbon/Aramide 

Repairs/Care: Superficial scratches can be polished off with a special paste, available in specialised shops.  Larger repairs are made with Epoxi.  The inside of the boat should not be permanently exposed to sun (store upside down!).