Hybrids - Overview page
Standard - Overview page
Package Deals - PD page
Accessory prices are listed on respective pages
01/010/17 - Neris SMART-2 & 3 now
have sail rig fittings attached as standard. Compatible with the Neris GENAKER A-frame sail rig
13/08/17 - demo Neris SMART-2 available for tryouts (South of England)
08/08/17 Introduction of the Neris SMART range of hybrid canoe/kayaks - web pages added
16/04/17 Congratulations to the crews who completed in the gruelling Devizes to Westminster 125 mile non-stop canoe race held over the Easter weekend. Of 13 folding kayaks that entered in the Folding Boat Class, Neris Valkure-2 kayaks came 4th, 5th & 10th with one retirement.
28/02/17 - Product Videos page added. See videos on each of the NERIS folding kayak models in action here
09/02/16 - New hybrid 1-2 seater kayak / canoe
coming soon - Neris SMART-2. A cross between a folding kayak and
inflatable kayak. From bag to water in 10 minutes!
22/01/17 - new colour now available to the folding
kayak deck colour range
- Black! Yes, uber sexy black, looking just like a military kayak! A
few all black Neris Alu-2 folding kayaks have already been supplied
to Canadian armed forces
No matter which country you are based in, do contact
us with your queries. Prices are linked to the Euro - we will provide quotes
in your preferred currency if not based in the UK.
When you would like to order, write to us and
we will provide up to date quotes. We will also send you an invoice with relevant
payment details etc.
Or if you need advice etc, we are more than happy to help
Looking to replacing the skin for your Pouch RZ85 or
Russian made kayaks? Speak to us about a replacement skin for your German
made Pouch RZ85-3 or Russian Saliut
/ Taimjen kayaks.
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If you are looking for something
that is not listed on our website please give us a call or email
NERIS products are all made in Europe, using European / USA made materials
and high grade German PVC welding machines.
5 year warranty on all NERIS products
It is your responsibility to ensure that you have a valid license
/ permission from the relevant authorities to
use water craft on UK's waterways, rivers, lakes, etc. Not all inland
water is open to paddlers, some access points are privately owned
or is bounded by
land which is private, so do check beforehand. Membership of a
canoe union / club is very beneficial.
Of The Paddle'
forum is a very friendly and useful site to obtain up to date information
of all kinds regarding canoeing inland waters, both in the UK and
Feedback, reviews, and blogs from testers and clients. Where a
review or a blog has been submitted on an independent website
/ forum, links to
site will be provided.
Valkure-1 400 - Owner NIck K
- Sept 2016
A blog site by ex-pat Nick K - Quiet
Kayaking - Little
adventures with my folding kayak. By: Nick, The Quiet Paddler
Alu-2 500 - Owner - Jordan Newman-Beckett - July 2016
in a small house in a city, size and transportability were
my main concerns when buying a canoe. After doing some
online research I decided to go for a Neris as they seemed
to offer the best quality kayaks within my price range.
I ended up going for the Neris Alu-2 500 (the lightest two
man canoe) package including paddles, spray decks and rudder.
Once it arrived in the UK Simon Bolze delivered it to my
house where he went through the construction of it with me,
which took about 30 minutes. The first time I tried to construct
it by myself it took longer - about 50 minutes! - but since
then I've got it down to around half an hour.
The first time I took it out on the water I was struck by
how lightweight and manoeuvrable it was and I've since comfortably
paddled it solo when loaded up. I was also pleased by how
stable it felt in the water as this was one of my concerns
with buying a fold up. Overall I found the construction high
quality and design very intuitive and am happy to recommend
Valkure-2 550 - Owner - Nigel Godbolt, Northampton - July 2016
I had been reviewing kayaks for several months in order to
work out which type and make I wanted to buy. With limited
space at home and not wanting to have a roof rack permanently
I wanted a collapsible style and quickly dismissed inflatable
slow and liable to damage.
liked the look of Klepper but their price is prohibitive
and the all-wooden frame did not appeal. Neris makes a wide
range of single and 2-3 man collapsible kayaks with a range
of add-ons that
really appealed and had an hybrid Series that has an aluminium
and wooden frame. The price
right and I went to see Simon Bolze of Neris Watersports
for a chat and a demonstration of constructing the kayak.
placed an order there and then for a Valkure 2 man
kayak, plus spraydeck, optional rudder and paddles.
It arrived incredibly
well wrapped and I had it out in my back garden to practice
it. Having only watched Simon build it once a few weeks ago,
I was expecting
it to be a challenge - however, it is all very logical and
took me just over 30 minutes. Now having built and
stripped it down numerous times,
I have got it down to 25 minutes or so.
It paddles well both as a single and with a 2nd paddler.
It will never be quite as quick as a solid kayak, but it
is no slouch. Incredibly stable due to the sponsons and
have loaded it
up to over
the weight recommendation with myself, my son, our dog and
camping gear and
food with no issues. Loads of stowage gear
at the front and
rear and between the 2 paddlers (my dogs favoured location
when the spraydeck
isn't fitted!). It appears very robust with rubber running
strips at all the obvious potential wear points. Next summer
it is off
a couple of sea trips where I
think it will excel.
only item I have added is a set of strap on wheels
for ease of transporting the kayak when assembled when
I am paddling
on my own. With the Valkure 2 it is no issue carrying it
with 2 of you, but the wheels make it a doddle when you
on your own (this
would not be there if you had a single)
All in all, a well constructed and enjoyable kayak for
river / lake / sea use that packs down for easy storage