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buying a second hand inflatable dinghy
After reading the advertisement, you know that inflation can roughly meet your needs.
Or you don\'t go to see it!
If there are photos in the advertisement, then you also know the appearance of the tender.
However, you still have to confirm in your mind whether it is cheap or not;
What\'s more, whether it meets your requirements or not.
Here are the answers to the 7 questions you should get: 1.
Is there a patch on the hull of the inflatable boat? How many patches are visible when the boat is in the water? 2.
Is inflation leaking anywhere, if how fast is it leaking? 3.
What is the age of bidding? 4.
How much is there when deflating, how big is it when storing? 5.
Do you have accessories such as paddle, outboard support, air pump and other handbags supporting the ship? 6.
When can I check the boat or can you send me more detailed photos? 7.
What is the lowest price for inflation?
Once you have an answer to these questions, you\'ll be able to get a better idea and decide whether to continue buying inflatable boats or not.
If the seller is within a reasonable travel distance, it is worth seeing the boat.
If there is no good option to show inflatable photos from every possible angle, it will help you to make a decision.
From the seller\'s answer to your question, you can judge whether this is your boat or not.
Don\'t hesitate to ask a lot of questions and you will often be surprised by what you can learn.
This also helps to build rapport with sellers who usually add additional gear to their sales, otherwise they will not be offered.
Try and enjoy the whole process of buying the next inflatable boat!