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Advanced Elements Double Action Hand Pump with Pressure Gauge
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- It is durable
- High flow inflation
- It is made of multiple adaptors
- This high flow pump inflates and deflates
- Designed with a pressure gauge
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|Package Height||4.53 x 8.82 x 18.82 inches|
|Shipping Weight||2.38 pounds|
Advanced Elements double action pump includes a pressure gauge perfect for inflating SUP paddleboards and other inflatables using with drop stitch construction or requiring higher pressure. Large barrel provides a high flow of air volume to inflate equipment quickly. Multiple adapters allow for pump to be used for a wide variety of inflatables.
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The big issue I have is air leakage from the tips. They are designed to slip rather tightly into the hose end but they depend solely on this tight fit to create an air tight bond. They don't. From what I can see a rubber ring in the hose that the tips can fit against would fix this. I'm going to look for one to put in there myself. Because of the leakage the pressure gauge cannot get a steady reading so that makes it difficult to actually pause and get a reading.
I think I would almost recommend this pump as long as you realize what you are getting and are prepared to maybe figure out a fix or live with the slight air leak from the tips. Also noted in other reviews is that the tips are all attached to the host end and kind of get in your way. They need to be on a longer attached cord so that they can lay out of the way.
I made the mistake of taking the pump with me in the kayak for top-off inflation. This resulted in water getting in the pressure gauge and causing it to fail. I replaced the pressure gauge with [...] for about $15 delivered. This is a much better quality glycerin filled gauge that can safely be taken in the kayak and immersed in water. If you are planning on getting your pump wet then either get the version of this pump without the pressure gauge or plan on doing this upgrade.
I also have a K100 pump which costs considerably more, about $70. This pump does not have a pressure gauge but it is much smaller and great for taking on the boat. It operates with two hands and no feet and the motion is much smoother than this pump. It does take a bit longer to inflate my boat however the process is less painful.