Robert Catherwood (verified owner) – April 13, 2021
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I used it once and being 6’5” and 72 years old it was much more comfortable than the conventional small boards. The only negative for me is keeping my face in water, it puts a strain on my neck as I have disc and bone missing from a previous injury. I tried my scuba snorkel, but, it was uncomfortable. I’m waiting on a swim snorkel to try and address the comfort issue. I have been a competitive swimmer since I was 8 years old and swiim about 3 miles a week. Thank you, Robert
Anonymous (verified owner) – March 27, 2021
I still need greater buoyancy. Normally I lash together two or more KB’s with a rubber tube to get higher in the water. I don’t swim competitively anymore so perhaps my needs are different. With ray board I get greater buoyancy but I would like more.
Loreen (verified owner) – August 15, 2020
I use it for leisure, swimming in the river with my dog. It’s a pretty comfortable natural hold for just floating around and light kicking too!
Rebecca S. (verified owner) – July 28, 2020
The ray-board does help with shoulder and neck stress when using a kick board. I am 65 and try to swim laps about four times a week. Since using the ray- board, I have upped the number of laps I can do. With a traditional kick board, I often stopped because of neck and should pain, not because I was tired. I gave 4 stars instead of 5 because I think the board is way overpriced for what it is and I think the material it is made of will not hold up very long term.
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