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Feelfree Dorado 125

Feelfree Dorado 125

 
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Brand:
Feelfree
Model:
Dorado 125
MSRP ($):
2,999.00
Length (ft):
12

Kayak angling doesn't have to be an expensive hobby as there are plenty of budget priced options available, but things become considerably more interesting if money is not an issue. In the higher price bracket is where you will find premium kayaks like the Freelfree Dorado 125, which comes with features you just don't get on cheaper models. As you would expect from a kayak with this price tag, the Feelfree Dorado 125 is aimed at serious anglers who want to take their hobby to the next level.

 

In terms of specifications, the Dorado 125 is 12'11" in length and 37" wide. It weighs 124lbs and offers a total capacity of 450lbs. It is quite a hefty kayak, but Feelfree has designed it with a cathedral tri-hull that consists of a central pontoon and two outer pontoons. This gives it the advantage of great stability, but also assists with the task of keeping this behemoth tracking straight. There are a couple of things that set the Dorado 125 apart from the pack and the first is the fully integrated LED navigation and cockpit light system. If you regularly find yourself on the water before the sun rises or staying there when everyone else is packing up for the day, then these lights will make your life a lot easier and safer.

 

The Dorado comes with plenty of space, thanks to the open deck design, and since it is so stable you don't have to worry about moving around on it either. Feelfree has incorporated their Uni-Track system in the design of the Dorado, so you have plenty of options when it comes to outfitting your kayak. Feelfree has also tried to ensure that your time on the Dorado is as comfortable as plenty with the removable multi-height adjustable Gravity Seat. It has a High Back design and stays comfortable whether you are paddling or pedaling. To help give you total control of your Dorado the kayak also features an over-sized Beaver Tail rudder and an "8 Ball" steering system.

 

Other useful features include four flush mounted rod holders, each with an integrated rod leash, the inclusion of a built-in utility battery box which has a fully integrated wiring system and AUX port as well as over-sized storage areas in the bow and stern. In addition, the Dorado has an electronics and sonar pod console, reinforced standing platform deck, deck rod storage, adjustable height transducer mount, dual cup holders and stand-up assist strap. Best of all, it comes with the Feelfree Overdrive system, one of the only two-in-one systems for forward and reverse pedal or power driven capabilities. To make use of the latter, you will need to buy the optional Motordrive add on, but even without it the Overdrive is a joy to use.

 

Thanks to the price this is not a kayak that is going to be for everyone, but if you have the cash to spare and you are serious about angling, then you won't regret the purchase.

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