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    Default Wakelife.co steel shot ballast

    Wakelife.co is has 20% off for blackfriday. Anyone use their steel shot ballast bags? Looks like a pretty good price with the discount and free shipping but wondering about quality compared to other brands.


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    might ask leadwakes if they will match the price. they aren't too far off when they do their buy 10 pay for 9 promotion.

    we have 800lbs of leadwakes and so far quality of the bags is great. just be prepped that shipping is slow as $hit. it'll show picked up by usps but it'll still be 2 weeks before you see it. I don't think 50lb bags of lead are what the usps thought they would be shipping
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    That is a good deal. If you buy the 500# package, the checkout price was $432.00 (includes shipping).
    Never bought anything from that company, never really noticed them.

    leadwake was $567.00 for 500#
    pop-products was $468.00 for 520#
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    Good luck ever seeing the order.

    I placed an order with these guys back when I bought my boat. After 2 months of receiving no product I had to contact them multiple times to cancel the order and get a refund.
    Iím a patient guy, I donít like to give negativity. But Iíd pay the extra few bucks to go through a more reputable place. I will be.


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    Quote Originally Posted by j.mo View Post
    Good luck ever seeing the order.

    I placed an order with these guys back when I bought my boat. After 2 months of receiving no product I had to contact them multiple times to cancel the order and get a refund.
    I’m a patient guy, I don’t like to give negativity. But I’d pay the extra few bucks to go through a more reputable place. I will be.


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    Yikes . . . . good feedback.
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    Yes good feedback! Wakelife does have some reviews on their site but none very recent.

    Prop products was not on my radar but I see them now. Pretty close in price to wakelife. Anyone have experience with the quality on prop products - Comparable to leadwwake?


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    Got a link to prop products? I can’t find find them.

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    Hereís the link to prop products:


    https://pop-products.com/


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    Although pop products are the cheapest wake bags on the market, the bags are vinyl and donít like too much handling/moving.

    The bags have a reputation of coming apart.

    The codura 1000D material and seat belt webbing handles are far superior and worth the added cost from the other makers.


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    Quote Originally Posted by larry_arizona View Post
    Although pop products are the cheapest wake bags on the market, the bags are vinyl and don’t like too much handling/moving.

    The bags have a reputation of coming apart.

    The codura 1000D material and seat belt webbing handles are far superior and worth the added cost from the other makers.


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    If they are vinyl I bet they fall apart within 1 season. The nice thing about the bags is that they are easily moved from one place to the other . I have the lead wake bags and they are super tough, used them all last season and this season so far and they are like new despite being constantly moved. Shipping did take a while though and they never come at once - a few one day, a few a week or two later and so on...
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