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Old 27-12-2008, 21:01   #1
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Saturn Inflatables

Does anyone have any experience with these boats. The Prices look prety good.

Inflatable Boats SALE. 11' Saturn Inflatable Boat only $925. Lowest prices in USA!
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I've owned an 11 ft SD 330 Saturn Inflatable for 4 years now. I've beat it up every weekend (since then) and the thing is just as sturdy as the day I bought it! It just goes to show you how overpriced Zodiac and some of these other "name brands" are. I had a Zodiac that fell apart after 3 years and paid almost triple the price.
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Thanks John, I thought this thread had died.
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Here's why they're "exceptional quality!"

You gotta LOVE some of the stuff in their FAQ about the Saturn inflatables (on that boatstogo site):

"Also, did you know that only boats assembled by women’s hands are exceptional quality boats?"

I did NOT know that, did you?
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In which country are Saturn inflatables made?
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I belive Korea.
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