High-Pressure Stand Up Paddle Hand Pump 20 psi - Orange

8387655

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Made for pumping up inflatable stand up paddle boards at high pressure up to 20 psi.
The high-pressure SUP pump lets you quickly and easily pump up inflatable stand up paddle boards to 20 psi (1.38 bar) thanks to its robust structure and double action system.
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Advantage
Ease of use2 inflation modes to quickly and easily get it to the right volume and pressure.
PowerRobust structure for high pressure. Wide handles.
Parameter measurementBuilt-in 5-20 psi pressure gauge.
DurabilityRobust hose and silent during inflation.
WarrantyAvailability of spare parts essential to the use of the product: 2 years
Technical Information

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SUP inflation tips
1/ stand on flat and solid ground 2/ screw the hose onto the pump 3/ connect the hose to the SUP (valve raised) 4/ close the cap of the pump body, its double action operation delivers 3.6 L with each up and down stroke 5/ inflate the SUP until it reaches its full volume 6/ as soon as pumping becomes difficult, open the cap, the pump then operates in single action (1.8 L with each down stroke) 7/ inflate to the SUP's recommended pressure.
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Storage tips
Roll up the hose, do not fold it Store the pump body and hose flat in the SUP bag. Do not stand on the pump or the hose. Clean off any sand, it can damage the seals.
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Dimensions
Fin61,5 cm Width: 27,8 cm Depth: 10 cmHose length: approx. 120 cmSingle-action volume: 1.8 L Double-action volume: 3,6 L
Information / Concept / Technology
Composition
Handle : 100.0% Polypropylene (PP) Carcass : 100.0% Polypropylene (PP) Tube/Valve Connector : 100.0% Polyethylene (PE) Tube : 100.0% Aluminium

Stockage tips
Unscrew the hose, roll it up on itself without folding it. Store it flat with the pump.

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Good product on 2nd attempt.
Used for 1 week or less
So I am new to SUP so this seemed the perfect fit for my first set up. I'd spent weeks reviewing my options and wanted to spend less than £1000 altogether.
The first pump I bought, pressure gauge didn't work, so took it back to the shop (not a problem) and exchanged it (again with no problem)
I can fully inflate my board in about 5 minutes going for it! relaxed in 10. But does the job.
I imagine the hose wont last too long as it is just cheap plastic and not a braided hose. The handles could have some soft rubber to make it better quality. But that would obviously reflect in the price.
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