Electric pump
Electric pump
Electric pump

Electric pump

74 reviews
Regular price$120.00
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This electric pump takes the manual labor out of inflating Paddle North utility docks, paddle boards or kayaks. It will work with any inflatable product that uses a standard Halkey Roberts h3 inflation valve.

Key Features:

  • 12V Electric pump (powered by cigarette lighter).
  • Debris and sand filter built in, with auto-off for easy and convenient inflation and deflation.
  • Digital display controls the pressure and auto shuts off when desired pressure is achieve.
  • Dual Stage: The first stage is high volume and pumps a lot of air quickly into the inflatable product (350 L / M). The second stage is high pressure (70L / M), it gets significantly louder and then brings the inflatable product up to the desired PSI (20 MAX).
  • 2-year warranty.
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DS
08/04/2022
Diane S.
United States United States

Electric Pump

This pump makes inflating our floating dock so easy. I wish I would have purchased it sooner. It’s worth the price.

AS
08/04/2022
Adam S.
United States United States

Better than the dewalt one

Great for inflating but even better for quickly deflating for packing

TB
07/28/2022
Thomas B.
United States United States

Electric pump

Pumps fast and accurately. Easy to read pressure gauge that can be set to desired pressure (.1 PSI increments). Very compact. Pump uses car charger.

LA
07/27/2022
Lauren A.
United States United States

Electric pump

Love this thing - I offer it to everyone I see using a hand pump!!!

DO
07/27/2022
Danny O.
United States United States

Love the pump!

It worked great…especially when deflating. Would probably prefer that it came with a 110 plug, too, but I had a converter.