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Red Paddle Co Titan Pump
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- Pumps 4.71L/stroke using both cylinders
- Up to 50% more efficient than conventional SUP pumps
- 65-inch hose w/ Red Paddle Co valve nozzle (fits most inflatable SUP boards)
- Integrated pressure gauge (registers up to 30 PSI)
- 25 inches tall x 12 inches wide w/ a 4-inch barrel and a 3.5-inch barrel, 5 lbs
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Red Paddle Co Titan SUP Pump - If you prefer spending your time paddling rather than pumping, Red Paddle Co developed the Titan Pump just for you! The Dual Cylinder system combined with the Hi Flo handle means you are in complete control of the time and energy required to inflate your board. It puts the volume into your board faster and reduces the effort required to reach a higher pressure. A fantastic upgrade for any inflatable board, it allows you to pump your Red Paddle Co board to 20 PSI in the fastest time using less energy. A revolution in pumping technology, The Red Paddle Co Titan SUP Pump means less pumping and more paddling.
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First time out this spring, the gauge would not go higher than ~10 psi, I finally stopped pumping after guessing that my board was fully inflated, I then noticed that the pump handle had cracks. RP sent me a new handle no questions asked, claimed that they had a contaminated batch of materials.
I don't think the handle slamming down on top of the cylinders is healthy, so first thing I did was fashion some "shock absorbers" cut from rubber chair leg tips.
When I went to try it out, I'm certain it filled up my board even faster then last year before the handle broke. And it didn't get difficult to pump on both cyclinders as usual, all of a sudden the handle just wouldn't go down, switched to one cyl and after about 10 strokes got spooked and quit pumping. This time however the gauge was showing only ~7 psi. No way, I've had that board (Naish) for 3 years and I've never had it that full. Rock hard, ZERO flex/bounce in the water. I was flying.
So buyer beware until they sort this stuff out. Hopefully someone makes a stand-alone pressure gauge I can try.
Pump 1 leaked air through the side of the handle.
Pump 2 leaked air from a cylinder and leaked down so fast you could not tell what pressure you had
Pump 3 gauge was 5psi low as compared to pump 2 and Tower pump. I swapped out the gauges on pump 2 and 3.
So pump 3 with pump 2 gauge and a Tower hose works well so far.
We will see how long it lasts.
Customer service from the windward board shop has been excellent.
As advertised the pump is twice as fast as any other pump I've used and it takes A LOT less effort.
As you pump and it starts to get hard you take out the red plug and it gets easier!?
I don't really like the graphics and the instructions on the back and maybe they could make the feet a bit bigger but other than that a great buy :-)