Werner Little Dipper Carbon

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Lightweight, smaller blade make paddling miles with…

Rating: rated 5 of 5 stars
Source: bought it new


Lightweight, smaller blade make paddling miles with this paddle a breeze!


  • Lightweight
  • Adjustable feather
  • Take apart


  • Ferrule can jam

This is a great low angle touring paddle! It is lightweight and the smaller blades make paddling a breeze. The adjustable ferrule had small increments for easy selection.

The only issue I found was the recessed take apart button can get jammed with sand if you are not careful.

The blades are well made and with care (as with any carbon fiber paddle) with stand the abuses of daily paddles. I would recommend this paddle to any long distance, or day paddler!

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The Little Dipper is Werner's smallest low-angle performance touring design. The smaller blades pull effortlessly through each stroke, allowing a faster cadence with less stress to your joints.Werner's exclusive Neutral Bent Shaft positions your hands for the best balance, comfort and control, helping reduce discomfort in your wrists and arms. Carbon fiber continuous-weave blades for exceptional strength-to-weight ratio and long-lasting durability.Curved dihedral blade face reduces "flutter" and enhances maneuverability, helping you smoothly link strokes.The oval-shaped carbon fiber shaft provides a comfortable, secure grip with a light swing weight.Werner's exclusive Smart-View(TM) adjustable ferrule gives you a convenient two-piece paddle that looks and feels like a one-piece. The Smart-View system lets you quickly and easily adjust the offset, or feather angle, of your paddle in 15 degree increments with right- or left-hand control. Small shaft option is available. To know if you need a small diameter shaft, measure your hand from the base of the palm to the tip of your middle finger. If your measurement is 6 1/4" or smaller you should try a small shaft. You can also print the "Shaft Diameter Print Out" in the Links section and use it to measure your hand.


Werner Little Dipper Carbon Touring Sea Kayak Paddle - The Little Dipper is a great choice for small kayakers and anyone who likes to use an fast, casual cadence. The smaller blades pull effortlessly through each stroke, allowing an increased cadence while remaining gentle on your joints. An advanced dihedral blade design creates a smooth forward stroke that reduces fatigue. The Little Dipper has an adjustable ferrule system, allowing elegant customization of your blade offset. Offered in both straight and bent shaft models, the two-piece design makes for easy traveling and storage. Drip rings help keep your hands and lap dry. Offering the best combination of light swing weight, durability and performance, the near-effortless strokes of the Little Dipper make long touring days a lot more fun.

- Outdoorplay

A smaller version of the Camano paddle, the Little Dipper is designed for smaller boaters and women. This highly popular touring paddle features small blades that pull easily through a stroke, putting less stress on joints. The neutral bent shaft positions your hands for the best balance, comfort and control, helping to reduce arm fatigue.Specs: Features * Small size blade * Light swing weight of carbon fiber reduces fatigue * Advanced blade design creates a smoth forward stroke * Our most popular all around touring design * Neutural bend naturally aligns wrists * Balanced for precise control and comfort * Immediate comfort and reduced strain * Adjustable ferrule system Blade Specs: * Carbon * Size:48 x 15 cm, 18.9" x 5.9" * 550 sq cm * Asymetrical Shaft Specs: * Carbon * Neutral bent shaft * Adjustable Ferrule 0-75deg * Two piece Paddle Weight: * 765g (27oz) at 220 cm

- Mountains Plus

This premium ultralight paddle is designed to be used all day without tiring you out. Durable carbon-fiber shaft is sized to fit a woman's hands. Small fiberglass blades offer less resistance in the water. Ferrules can be feathered left or right in 15A increments to match your paddling technique. USA. Weight 1 lb. 10 oz.

- L.L.Bean