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Price and Shaft Options


Please note: For overseas orders we will
contact you with shipping costs.

The smaller version of the Arcturus, very lightweight, strong and durable, easy to handle, made from the highest quality carbon fibre.

Shaft available in:

  • Carbon 1.pc shaft
  • Carbon 2.pc shaft for easy storage
  • Carbon Smart Shaft

Weight range: 800 to 950 grams.

Dimensions : 500mm x 160mm

 Pollux  $355.00  $395.00  $450.00
 Alloy Tips available on request.
 Prices subject to change.

          Please call us for bulk prices on over 10 paddles.


#6 Bruce Walling 2015-02-21 10:53
Took my new Pollux out with my new Barracuda Beachcomber for a short test :lol: paddle. The paddle was so light with such a smooth entry and exit, that I ended up doing quite a long trip. Effortless, which all helps the old body, and much faster than my old rig. Pre-purchase advice, service and delivery top notch. And it's great to have a complete setup all made in NZ!
#5 martin and louise 2014-12-09 08:22
Thanks so much Corey for good service and keeping me in the loop during the process. So pleased with single shaft as husband got the split and mine is so much lighter, just what I needed to improve and enjoy my kayaking.
#4 Tony Rasmussen 2014-09-29 23:16
Noticed a big difference compared to my old paddle. Lighter and more efficient in the water. Being a kayak fisherman, I've found the paddle is great for cruising/trolli ng all day with little fatigue. Very quiet in and out of the water too. Can't imagine a better paddle for a sit-on-top fishing kayak.
#3 Anne Murray 2014-07-23 13:42
MANY THANKS to Corey for the great paddle , service and price. This paddle has extended my late middle aged kayaking career. Anne
#2 Bev Thompson 2014-04-08 14:53
I bought a Millenium Pollux paddle after my husband decided he loved my
Millenium Arctus paddle and wouldn't give it back. The Pollux was well made and Corry has great sevice . It was suggest by someone in Canoe & Kayak that I got a smaller blade paddle (different brand)as I am a middle aged women. I far perfer the Arctus as it has a lot more power but is so light and fabulous to paddle with. The work manship on the Pollux was great but I can see why some paddlers are very slow. I had to paddle flat out (fast rotations) to keep up with others that I can normaly keep up with easily. I will be selling my Pollux and going back to the Arctus ASAP.
#1 Simon Graney 2013-04-09 16:47
Just took my new Pollux for a spin - very nice.