Water provides an ultimate platform for recreation and sports. Water sports are widely practiced and enjoyed by people of all ages. Besides being a great way to keep fit, they can also be great fun!
From rowing to diving and swimming, water sports require good quality sports equipment. Whether you are looking for new snorkels, a windsurfing board or a canoe for your next holiday or the coming weekend, here at Review Centre you will find consumer reviews on all the water sports equipment that you may need. All our reviews are written by fellow water sports enthusiasts, making them a great source of advice on what to buy.
If you have recently bought a new kayak maybe or goggles for swimming write your own review and tell others why they are so great or not.
You can also check our reviews on sporting goods shops to find where you can get the best deal on sports wear. Stop by our activity holidays reviews to find the best places to go diving, boating and sailing or fishing.
Written on: 18/05/2011
In the South Kensington location the instructors change without any notice, so as your child is settle in the class suddenly you have a new instructor with a new way to teach so is not fair on the kids and the parents that are paying for expensive lessons that loose continuity just because there is a new teacher. And also the space in the pool is for 3 lessons at the same time. So even the class is for maximum two kids there is a quite a lot of disturbance with the other kids from the other... (read more)
Written on: 09/04/2011
I damaged my suit on some rocks...didnt even feel anything, but the damage was enough to break the membrane. When I brought it back to the Dive Center where I bought it they informed me warranty wouldnt cover it, and I should have it professionally repaired as Oceanic do not do repair kits. I find this a rip off and very amatuerish regarding a sport where equipment can get damaged. I bought this suit made to measure but the right boot was a little tight from the start but I thought it would... (read more)
Written on: 18/05/2011
I just bought a 2011 6hp 4-stroke short-shaft Tohatsu outboard, and after breaking it in, wish I hadn't wasted my money. It has excessive vibration, is noisy, the steering stiffener and throttle stiffener don't work well at all, and it won't idle at slow rpm. The tiller is too short. And when you let go of the tiller, the motor immediately steers to one side -- very poor. At trolling speed, the throttle jumps up and down unexpectedly.
It was inexpensive, but when something doesn't work, it... (read more)
Written on: 01/05/2011
I couldn't be happier with my Monster Tower. I had my first on a Fletcher around 4 years ago and have since installed my second one on my new boat (2009 Mastercraft Pro Star).
I installed both towers myself and was very happy wih the results. Totally rigid, no rattles or squeaks and I was able to take the accessories from my last tower to the new one: Always a bonus!
Not quite sure why the other reviewer is so unhappy, wiring is the same as any other universal tower (My speaker wiring... (read more)
Written on: 10/04/2011
Well i have owend mine for a little over a year and have to say the board is insane fun it catches wave easily and it flys over flat sections. My problem has been with the glass cracking quite easily and after recently stripping the wax off the top of the board i have found the stringer has broken through the glass and is sitting slightly proud.At this point i feel i need to add that i live inland so therefore my boards arent heaviley used. It just makes me question the... (read more)
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