Intex Quick-Fill AC Electric Air Pump, 110-120 Volt, Max. Air Flow 21.2CFM
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- Includes three interconnecting nozzles
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Perfect for using indoors, this pump operates on 120V AC, simply plug it into an available outlet and begin inflating or deflating. The included adapter with 3 nozzles makes this pump compatible with many different inflatable products while the 600 LPM max air flow gets the job done quickly. Never get caught trying to inflate manually, get the Intex Quick-Fill Pump and get the job done quick!
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I found the pump to be effective for blowing up my pool. It comes with 3 different attachments: a large round one, a medium sized with pointed tip, and a smaller one with pointed tip. The pool I was blowing up also had 3 different sized valves for various parts of the pool. The main part was wide and open, about 1 inch+ across and the other 2 sizes were small like you would find on normal sized floats and a slightly bigger one like you would find on larger sized floats. The attachments fit perfectly in the largest hole and the bigger valve, however, there was not a good fit for the smaller valve. I was able to make it work, but in the future I will be purchasing a smaller attachment for more efficient and better results.
It also took a very long time to inflate. I expected it to take some time considering it is a small pump, but it took much longer than I thought it would. If you have a large inflatable and do not have patience, you may want to look for a more powerful pump.
Overall, it does what it is supposed to do and works pretty well for a small pump at a reasonable price.
The most difficult part might be finding an extension cord, and since the pump uses a two-pronged attachment, it plugs into nearly everything and anything. Cord length might be the only drawback. The main work is selecting the right size of attachment for the inflation nib, then stick this in and hold in place. With a whirl of fans, the pump does the rest.
Give a rest to this little guy between sections if you are blowing up something like a large pool because the engine and fans can run rather hot. I didn't want to burn out the pump by overuse. A few minutes on a table are usually sufficient to get back to work, and in the meantime, you can have a nice drink or move everything around the bedroom.
Without fail, I pack our pump whenever we go camping or travelling with any sort of inflatable pool toys, dinghies, or whatever have you. It's been a favourite, and especially appreciated by elderly relatives who don't have the lungs to handle a queen air mattress.
It seems like goes through electric inflators or manual inflators at the same rate but this one so far has been terrific and I'm really glad I got it. It's worked on everything from small items to 6 foot swans and unicorn floats that I had to get for the teens and I couldn't be happier because I just don't have the lung power anymore. And some of these floats are insanely large so thanks a lot! It takes practically no time to float up any of my pool floats :-)
This pump does a good job on small-medium sized, easily inflated objects for which a hand or foot pump would be a pain. It gets warm so for larger jobs it would pay to keep an eye on its temperature to avoid over-heating, although to be fair I was using it at 90F outside. The nozzles are exactly as pictured and for effective blowing air in require the pump to be held close to whatever is being pumped up, such that there's a tight fit between the nozzle and the receptacle. There's no flexible airline to allow air to flow from the pump to the nozzle.
Because of the need for proximity, you may find that your head is quite close to the pump when it's being used. The pump is quite noisy so if you're protective of possibly damaging your ears a pair of ear plugs or muffs might be advisable. This is very precautionary advice. The pump is far from in the noise class of, say, a chainsaw.
There is no pressure gauge and the nozzles will not fit small inflatable rubber tyres, e.g. bicycle or wheelbarrow. Based on performance so far we would buy again. Performance is better than I expected based on price, and the Amazon price was better than local retailers.
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