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Science deserves a few kilograms of waste ;)
Of course, I intend to reuse it and above all improve it. The inside is sticky to allow me futur modifications
The dimensions of mine are made for a person of maximum 60 kg.
And they were not very comfortable either :)
I will be very happy to see your realization, I hope you do, and if sela suits me, I may be the same as you :). Do not forget that it takes only 1 working day
Sorry to shock you but this boat weighs around 3 kg of recyclable material.On average, a Frenchman throws 350kg of waste per year. Not to mention professional waste. However I do not encourage to make them to throw them, it is only by way of example
thanks. I kept the sticky side in case of modification. If I want to add something, I resume on the sticky side rather than on a non-sticky side.Even after taking the water, the sticky side always sticks as much. My legs do not touch the hull, only the seat and the tubes so it's not a problem : )
Thank you, I'm glad you like it :) Indeed a larger and stable version for an adult would be better
Thank you very much for this comment, but to clarify, the boat is totally waterproof, the fact that it takes water at the beginning comes just from the imbalance. He was taking water from the top
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