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Tequila! GTX Tandem/Solo

13' 8"
Length
29.5"
Width (in)
88
Weight (lb)
$1,399
MSRP

Tequila! GTX Tandem/Solo Description

The Tequila! GTX offers a new level of innovation for recreational kayaks. A fun, versatile and high-performance kayak that, due to its modularity, is exceptionally easy to carry, store, and haul. The revolutionary solo or tandem combination is the solution you were waiting for. Designed for comfort and stability, the Point 65 Tequila! GTX is also a nimble, highly maneuverable recreational kayak with plenty of legroom. And whether you paddle the Tequila! GTX as a solo or tandem, this is still one of the faster sit-on-top kayaks on the market. It’s perfect for a day trek or weekend adventure.

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Tequila! GTX Tandem/Solo Specs and Features

  • Structure: Modular, Rigid / Hard Shell
  • Cockpit Type: Sit on Top / Open Cockpit
  • Seating Configuration: Solo, Tandem
  • Ideal Paddler Size: Average Adult
  • Skill Level: Beginner, Intermediate
  • Ideal Paddler Size: Average Adult
  • Skill Level: Beginner, Intermediate

Additional Attributes

  • The Tequila! features dry seating, a cup holder, and molded multi-foot rests.
  • The Tequila! GTX is equipped with a super- comfortable AIR seat

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I bought a 3 unit tandem…

Submitted by: paddler562606 on 1/30/2020

I bought a 3 unit tandem version in the UK for my wife and me to use - we are both over 70. The mid and rear sections did not fit together properly and when lifting the tandem, this joint 'broke' out, as someone else has reported on this forum. The straps had to be undone and the modules separated before allowing reassembly. I took issue with my UK suppliers, 'The Hubs', who did not want to know, but when pressed eventually passed it on to Richard Ohman of Point65. He willingly shipped out a new mid section from Sweden to the UK which has just arrived. Guess what - the problem is exactly the same! I queried the gap in the assembled hull between the 2 rear sections which is up to 15mm wide to be told that that is within 'the normal range' for this kayak! The front joint is fine in the tandem as is the single joint in the solo form. There is obviously a problem with the rear end of the middle section and its mating surface. A good idea in theory, but a pity that the execution of this has been so spoilt by bad design or manufacture.