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Splashnet NT160 Electric Inflatables Air Pump

AIRHEAD AHP-120 Air Pump 120 volt

$45.32
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  • As you can see, having two inflatable boat pumps isn’t so much a luxury as it is a necessity. Even if you are on a modest budget, it is a good idea to have a manual back-up pump when you are in the wilderness and miles away from your vehicle. As for a pressure gauge, while your inflatable kayak or boat doesn’t need constant attention, it should become second nature to you to check the tube pressure regularly for optimum performance and to ensure your boat’s lifespan.

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  • After the boat is nearly fully inflated, top off the tubes using an inflatable hand pump (around $25) to achieve proper air pressure. Then you can save space and weight by taking the manual pump with you on your weekend river trip and leaving the other one back at your car or RV.

    You can buy a good 12v inflatable boat electric pump or a rechargeable pump for about $15 to $30. The electric pump is ideal for doing 90% of the work in a matter of minutes. If you have ever spent 20 minutes or more pounding away with an inflatable foot pump ($15) or hand pump trying to inflate an 12-foot tandem kayak, you’ll know how bad you wished you had an electric one to do it in about one-third of the time.

  • Most boaters and kayakers find that using two inflatable boat pumps, one electric and one manual, gets them on the water faster and with the best results. The good news is these pumps are equally inexpensive tools.

How to set up your inflatable SUP pump.

Inflatable boat pumps should come with a good pressure indicator. A pressure indicator is a gauge that will work for any type of spring pin air valve, which is the most popular type of valve used on inflatable kayaks and canoes. The exception would be any boat brand (such as Zodiac) that uses a special air valve, in which case you must use the manufacturer’s recommended gauge indicator.