Aquaglide Chelan 120 vs Sea Eagle RazorLite 393rl

When you're looking for a new kayak, there are so many options to choose from. But how do you choose the right one?

In this article, we will compare two popular kayaks: the Aquaglide Chelan 120 and the Sea Eagle RazorLite 393rl. We will look at their features, pros and cons, and suitability for different types of kayaking.

Aquaglide Chelan 120

Aquaglide Chelan inflatable kayak


based on 3 reviews

Sea Eagle RazorLite 393rl

sea eagle razorlite 393rl inflatable kayak review


based on 4 reviews

Performance Ratings

Aquaglide Chelan 120 Performance Ratings

  • Handling
  • Stability
  • Comfort
  • Onboard Storage
  • Portability
  • Durability

Sea Eagle RazorLite 393rl Performance Ratings

  • Handling
  • Stability
  • Comfort
  • Onboard Storage
  • Portability
  • Durability

About the Aquaglide Chelan 120

After rigorously testing the Aquaglide Chelan 123, we found it to be a highly versatile and efficient one-person inflatable kayak. We were truly impressed by its outstanding performance on the water. The kayak's handling was responsive and precise, allowing us to effortlessly navigate in various conditions including flatwater and moderate waves.

Stability was another strong point of the Chelan 123, contributing to an overall enjoyable and safe paddling experience. Moreover, the kayak's comfort was top-notch with a well-designed, highly adjustable seat that provided excellent support during long paddling sessions. Onboard storage was more than ample, accommodating our gear easily.

To top it all off, the Chelan 123 proved to be highly portable, as its compact and lightweight nature made it easy to transport and store. Durability-wise, we found the kayak to be built with high-quality materials that withstood the test of time and use. In conclusion, we wholeheartedly recommend the Aquaglide Chelan 123 for those in search of a reliable, comfortable, and efficient single-person inflatable kayak.

Read our full review of the Aquaglide Chelan 120 kayak


Size (length x width)11'3" x 32.5"
Weight28 lbs
Capacity300 lbs
MaterialPVC / Duratex / Dropstitch

About the Sea Eagle RazorLite 393rl

After extensively testing the Sea Eagle RazorLite 393rl, we found it to be a top-notch inflatable kayak for solo paddlers. Its swift and nimble handling on the water impressed us, as we effortlessly navigated through various water conditions. The kayak’s remarkable stability made us feel secure even when dealing with choppy waves, and we appreciated the comfortable seating provided by the adjustable, cushioned seat. We noticed ample onboard storage, with bungee lacing on both ends, accommodating our gear with ease. The portability was a standout feature, as we could effortlessly carry and store the kayak when not in use. Additionally, the durability of the drop-stitch material reassured us that it could withstand our adventurous excursions. Overall, we highly recommend the Sea Eagle RazorLite 393rl for individuals seeking a high-performing, portable, and durable inflatable kayak.

Read our full review of the Sea Eagle RazorLite 393rl kayak


BrandSea Eagle
Size (length x width)12'10" x 28"
Weight35 lbs
Capacity500 lbs
Material1100 Decitrex

Which Kayak Should You Choose?

After thoroughly testing both the Aquaglide Chelan 123 and the Sea Eagle RazorLite 393rl, we found them to be exceptional single-person inflatable kayaks, each offering unique benefits. Both kayaks impressed us with their stability, maneuverability, comfort, storage, and portability.

When choosing between these two kayaks, you should consider your specific needs and preferences. If you are looking for top-level performance and precision in handling, we'd recommend the Aquaglide Chelan 123, while the Sea Eagle RazorLite 393rl offers a more effortless paddling experience with its swift and nimble handling.

Additionally, if comfort and adjustability are your priorities, the Chelan 123 shines with its highly adjustable seat and excellent support. On the other hand, if durability and material quality hold more weight in your decision, the RazorLite 393rl's drop-stitch construction makes it the better choice.

In conclusion, both kayaks are excellent choices, but the right one for you depends on your individual requirements and preferences.

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