Heytur Inflatable Boat SUP Pump Adaptor Standard Schrader Conventional Air Pump Air Valve Adapter Spoke Plate Attachment …
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- SUP electric pump adaptor utilizes a standard Schrader valve fitting to couple with an air compressor or bike/tire pump.
- With the valve in the closed position, insert the Schrader valve fitting and rotate to lock in place. Remove the cap on the fitting, and connect a standard electric pump
- bike pump or compressor and inflate to the recommended PSI
- Because the compressors/tire pumps take time to inflate, it is recommended to inflate the board by hand until it becomes difficult to pump, and then use the adaptor to top off the pressure.
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- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Package Dimensions : 3 x 2 x 0.09 inches; 0.63 Ounces
- Date First Available : October 20, 2018
- Manufacturer : Heytur
- ASIN : B07JKQWGPX
- Best Sellers Rank: #44,607 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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So if you know what you are doing and need this specific adapter, I think it is a good choice. If you are in doubt, do not take the risk.
I'm sure you don't need the gauge if you feel comfortable going by feel for the proper PSI, but I'm nutty and like seeing it at the necessary PSI on the gauge.
It would take several minutes and some good arm strength to pump up the board using the double action pump that came with the board, but who wants to do that when it super hot outside?! The board was inflated in a matter of a couple of minutes using my little pancake style air compressor. I'm positive it will take less time if you have a more powerful compressor.
Totally worth the less than $10 I spent. Go get you one!
Update: I am bumping to 5 stars because it does work with my battery-operated inflator, just takes about 20 minutes to reach 15psi. Not a problem with the product, just normal time I guess. Beats the hell out of using the manual pump.
There is... hook this little guy up to your inflatable and clip on a little air compressor and blow up whatever you need. As long as what you are pumping up has the same valve, you’ll be good to go. Not everything I blow up for my personal entertainment has that valve, but I manage.
I found that the top black portion spun independently of the bottom, so this was impossible to tighten. This was remedied by running a stainless steel screw through the top portion with a dab of silicone. Stops it from spinning.
Second I took a round file and removed a portion of the plastic that hooks around the internal part of the valve. This prevented me from having to put 30+ pounds of pressure on the valve to get it to seal. Now it takes maybe five.
I can also say a little dab of lithium grease will help it seal better as well. Overall I would say this is a pretty poor valve, and I would look for another brand. No reason a person should have to spend as much time fixing something that is brand-new. I just needed to get something functional, so ended up modifying it.