HO RAD+ Inflatable Disc, 5' Diameter
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HO RAD+ Inflatable Disc, 5' Diameter

HO RAD+ Inflatable Disc, 5' Diameter is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 2.
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Item No. 109577
$499.99
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A great way to introduce people to riding behind the boat without a steep learning curve. The HO RAD+ (Round Aquatic Device) allows anyone to participate in a day behind the boat. Simply put the handle in the handle hook, and you can sit, stand, or kneel, and away you go. The riding possibilities are endless. Amazing 4" thick drop-stitch construction results in the most durable inflatable that can be inflated to optimum rigidity, up to 20 psi. An additional layer of reinforced PVC provides even more strength. Machined EVA traction pads provide excellent grip, and soft nylon handle ensures better holding power and comfortable steering. Comes with a "device-specific" hand pump and PSI pressure gauge. 500-lb. weight limit while disc is floating stationary in water. Weighs 14.9 lbs. 5' diameter.
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  • Innovative inflatable disc
  • Multiple riding positions
  • Reinforced PVC and drop-stitch design
  • Handle hook for hands-free starts
  • Includes hand pump with pressure gauge
  • HO RAD+ Inflatable Disc, 5' Diameter is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 2.
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from An entertaining must have This silly thing covers the gamut. This is great for friends you have over to the lake, for a wife who cant ski yet, for kids who can't ski, and for the expert who wants to have fun just standing and looking stupid! Had this out with friends and kids played on this disc all day whether behind boat, tied up to the boat, on the shore line, tied up to the dock, or paddling around the cove. Built strong and drop stitched just like a blow up paddle board. BUT for 500$ it takes some thought and vision and the right situation. If you live on a lake and have kids and their friends, its justifiable. If you want to see them have fun and want them getting used to being pulled behind a boat holding a rope and standing, its great. It can also be used like a tube putting the ski handle in the bracket which is fun. It gets on plane at 7-8mph I personally think it's way better money spent than spending it on tubes. It has proven to be strong as well....at least so far.
    Date published: 2016-06-03
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Tough ride good core workout Fun on your rear or standing up. Takes some getting used to. Suggest around 10 mph for the ride. Not a tube! its more like a huge wakeboard without directional control but you can spin around and goof off.
    Date published: 2016-05-26
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    Thanks for your reply Amanda. I guess what I am asking is are the RAD's able to go over larger wakes without the front or sides going under the water and digging in, thereby causing a spill. I'm sure it's a rugged product, it's from HO like all our skis.

    Asked by: drgibson
    If there is rough wake, to the point of it coming over the front or sides of the RAD, we would not recommend using this.
    Answered by: Amanda
    Date published: 2017-08-26

    All the demo videos show this in action on very smooth water but public lakes aren't so smooth.  How does this work in less than mirror smooth water?  Does the smaller diameter help then?  Can a 250 lb man stand on it while still or only when moving?

    Asked by: drgibson
    The smallest diameter disc has a weight limit of 300lbs moving or standing still. The HO RAD/FAD series are designed to be rugged so they can be used on less than mirror finish water or smooth water.
    Answered by: Amanda
    Date published: 2017-08-26

    Is there a warranty?

    Asked by: Timmy
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