Tips For Buying Inflatable Board

- Nov 20, 2017 -

Buy from the brands you've heard and trusted.

Look at the material and quality of the board. If the brand doesn't know the material, then they don't understand the inflatable skis.

Take a look at the needle count of the air cushion material for inflatable skis. The more pins you draw, the harder the board is, the longer it will last.

Please try it before buying. This is the best way to make sure your board fits together.

Good goods are not cheap, cheap goods are not good. If the board is new and cheap, then there must be a cheaper reason. So when you get the board, you find it more like an airbag, and don't be surprised or UN understood.

Also pay attention to the next board with the inflatable pump and backpack. Most of the boards with the same quality of the pump, model and performance are also the same. But there are still some shoddy goods. You can experiment with their own differences. If there's a board, it doesn't work, it doesn't work.

Pressure and thickness. If you buy a 10cm thick board and its maximum pressure is 12PSI, then I can definitely tell you that your board will look more like an airbag.

Don't ignore the fin system. To ensure that the fins have small bolt or screw fixation, rather than direct insertion. Otherwise, they will be easy to lose.

I hope you don't have to buy replacements, and if you really need that day, you'll find that a well-known brand or retail store buys a board that is much easier to find than a board that you can buy online.

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