Prime Day: Save almost 30% on a beginner SUP paddleboard & starter kit

Everything you need to start your SUP paddleboard journey for less in this great Amazon Prime Day bundle deal

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Summer's here, and there's no better way of enjoying it than floating in the sea or down the river in absolute tranquillity, enjoying nature and the restorative power of water all while getting a great core workout in. If that sounds like it might be for you, we've got one of the best Amazon Prime Day fitness deals for you. 

This Homech Inflatable Stand Up Paddle Board has a host of equipment bundled in. You get the entry-level, extra-stable board with a paddle, a pump, leash, carry bag and dry bag for your valuables: in short, everything you need to get started. 

It's been discounted heavily in the sales, especially for Prime membership holders. Members can save $111.80 off the $399.99 base price of the board & bundle (opens in new tab), $40 initial discount plus a further $71.80 with a Prime membership. Fortunately, you can always do a free trial and cancel once you've got the board. 

Check out the deal below, and sign up for a free trial (if you haven't already) to unlock the bargain for absolutely nothing : 

Grab the SUP paddleboard bundle deal here:

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Homech Inflatable Stand Up Paddle Board & bundle | was $399.99 | now $289.99 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
This beginner-friendly 10' SUP extra-stable paddleboard comes with a pump to inflate it, carry-bag, paddle and dry-bag for your belongings. It's super-stable, with 5D ropes for extra gip and to secure your belongings. It's the perfect intro offer to this exciting yet accessible outdoor sport. You need to be a Prime member (or sign up for free) to get the discount.

Matt Evans
Matt Evans

Matt Evans is an experienced health and fitness journalist and News Editor at Fit&Well, covering all things exercise and nutrition on the Fit&Well website. Matt originally discovered exercise through martial arts: he holds a black belt in Karate and remains a keen runner, gym-goer, and infrequent yogi. His top fitness tip? Stretch.