Tributary Tomcat Thwart Seat
Item: 81001.01 | Product Description »
- Built from the same quality materials as your Tributary Tomcat IK.
- Urethane zip out bladder is easy to repair or replace in case of damage.
- A one-way inflation valve makes inflating this thwart seat a snap.
- Straps in through the kayak's self-bailing floor for easy placement and adjustment.
|Material:||PVC shell 20 gauge vinyl bladder|
|Dimensions:||21" W (at top) x 9" H x 7" D - fully inflated|
|Valve:||One way oral inflation valve|
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- Tributary Tomcat Thwart Seat
Q:What are the measurements? How heigh is the thwart? I have seen them 7" and 12".
Thank youAsked on 9/6/2012 by jo from flagstaff az
A:The thwart is a little over 8 ' high, 7 " thick & 21" wide at the the top where it's the widest. Mine is a couple years old but this should be the the same.Answered on 9/7/2012 by Anonymous
A:It's more like a backrest than a footrest (although thats how i use it in my aire sawtooth; and seat) and yes it is 12" tall.
Sent from my iPhoneAnswered on 9/7/2012 by Anonymous
A:I got 9" H, but agree on the other dimensions, when fully inflated.Answered on 9/7/2012 by Clyde from NRS
A:I have the older version of this seat (it is Blue), The dimensions are as follows 21"W (at top) x 9"H x 7"D it fits the Tomcat Tandem perfectly. I use this to stay above the water from the self bailing feature when I have 2 adults in the boat. I also like to sit higher than the cheetah chair allows when fishing.
ChrisAnswered on 9/8/2012 by Anonymous
Reviewed by 1 customer
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- Easier to roll
- Good support
- Well built
- No storage or cup holder
- Valve is a bit of a pain
- Rapids Paddling
Comments about Tributary Tomcat Thwart Seat:
more support than the cheetah chair, but lower in the back. more of a lumbar support. I got it for my wife who has a bad back, and the cheetah chair wasn't doing it for her. this is better, but still not all day comfort for her. I like it better as well.
Its a bit of a pain to inflate by bending down to the boat and blowing up the thing by mouth, I would have happily paid the extra $8.75 for a summit 2 valve that the rest of the boat has. would be much easier to inflate and deflate. I might attach the seat wit some carabiners or clips so it is easier to remove the seat to inflate then re-attach
Also, since the cover is sewn, why not sew on a few of the accessories that the cheetah had? pockets and cup holders? I don't have a good place to hold a beer now! I put a mini patch kit in the zipper, but would rather have a pocket like the cheetah had. Maybe I just need to rig something up to the tomcat's cargo loops
All in all, glad I bought it. much less money than any other thwart seat option
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