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Talic "Kayak Condo" Storage Rack

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Talic "Kayak Condo" Storage Rack

Make & Model

Brand:
Talic
Model:
Kayak Condo 2
MSRP ($):
130.00

The Talic “Kayak Condo” is a great way for kayak anglers to optimize storage space affordably. The kayak rests on a durable but soft webbing that cradles the kayak. The racks can be mounted onto the wall to utilize empty space while also uncluttering floor space. 

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(Updated: February 04, 2015)
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Kayak Condo 2: Thumbs Up

I had a very tight spot where I can store my kayaks and it also happens to be outside. I was going to build a PVC rack but was getting annoyed at planning exactly what I needed for this very particular space. I decided to just get this rack on sale at ACK for $130 and got a $20 coupon to bring the total down to $110. It was pretty easy to install and works great. The only downside I see so far is that the wood is not weather treated and they do not recommend this product for outdoor use. Since I am using mine outside I painted it with a couple coats of polyurethane to protect it before installing. I have only had the product for about a month but it's holding up fine.

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Waters Fished:
Offshore
Used:
30+ times

Pros & Cons

Pros:
Light weight, folds up, holds most kayaks
Cons:
May not hold large kayaks (Hobie Outbacks or PA), not water/weather proof
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