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Therm-a-Rest NeoAir Mini Pump Camping Mattress Inflator
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- Hand sized, battery powered pump inflates NeoAir mattresses in about 3 minutes
- Weighs only 2.3 Ounces (with batteries)
- Powered by 2 AAA batteries (sold seperately)
- Save your breath and your time after a long day of hiking
- Compatible with Therm-a-Rest NeoAir camping mattresses
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After a long day of hiking or travel, it’s a relief to flip open the NeoAir Mini Pump and watch your NeoAir mattress inflate to the perfect level of comfort in around 3 minutes. Powered by 2 AAA batteries, the small, ultralight pump weighs only 2.3 oz (65 g), takes up little space in your pack and makes for a big comfort upgrade on any adventure. Fits any NeoAir mattress valve. Batteries not included.
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After a long day of travel, it’s a relief to flip open the NeoAir Mini Pump and watch your NeoAir mattress inflate to the perfect level of comfort in around 3 minutes. Powered by 2 AAA batteries, the small, ultra light pump weighs only 2.3 oz. (65 g), takes up little space in your pack and makes for a big comfort upgrade on any adventure. Fits any NeoAir mattress valve. Batteries not included.
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You can also reverse the air flow! By switching the batteries around the fan blows in the opposite direction. This is handy to help suck the air out so it rolls up easier, not that rolling and squeezing it over and over again won't do that. Trick is the sliding cap has a ridge of plastic that blocks the battery terminal so you need some aluminum tape wrapped around the metal lead in the case cover. Picture shows it.
BTW, this was tested at about 6500 feet.
I have a Therm-a-Rest NeoAir XTherm MAX Rectangular Mattress, which I have been blowing up using the included pump sack. It takes about 12 good pumps to inflate my mattress to about 90-95% using the included pump sack and then I have to use lung power 1-2 times to get the preferred firmness. I try to use my mouth to inflate the mattress as LEAST as possible so that there's less of a chance of mold growing inside of it.
I finally bit the bullet and ordered this battery-powered mini pump. It inflates my XTherm to about 90-95% in roughly 3 minutes and will not go further. So then, I have to use my mouth to inflate the rest. This is both a positive and a negative. Positive because I could let this mini pump inflate my mattress while I go do other things and I don't have to babysit it and worry it will over-inflate. Negative because I'm still blowing up the remaining 5-10% by mouth.
In summary, I'm very happy I decided to order this mini pump and cannot wait to use it on my next camping/hiking trip.
I have two airpads that i've been tired of just blowing - it takes like 5 minutes or so of just SUCKIN' in air and Blowin' air out! I have two airpads that gets used: a oldschool big agnes and a nemo tensor.
I was about to get the Neo-Air, but my local REI fella suggested a $50 Nemo Stuff sack that doubles as a air pillow and pump... it was *ok* but considering the price, i'd be fine with a trashbag. It works like how the trashbag trick works. it was definitely better than blowing hard, but still took some time and finagling it onto the spout of the nemo and the bigagnes. The sac also took up some space and i never did use it as a pillow cuz i had a much nicer compact sea-to-summit one.
Eventually just bought the neoAir Mini pump - wished i got this instead of the trashbag pillow pump thing. It fit just fine over the nipple of the Nemo and Big Agnes. At first i was like "oh crap, this pump is weak, it's not putting any air in," cuz the airpads didnt look like it was getting filled... but lo' and behold, it just took under 3 minutes to fill up my Nemo. Of course, you had to unplug it and maybe give it a good 4-5 breaths... but for the rest of the 3 minutes, that was easy chillin'
So overall, i really dig it. it's compact to carry, it works as advertised, and it only takes 2 AAA's, which i carry a lot of during a camping trip for emergencies (light goes out, my walkie talkie needs some batteries, etc). Now the only thing to really be concerned about is if it'll stand the test of time.
Note the pad must be kept flat for best inflation.
Batteries last for several inflations.
Update: I've used the pump on a dozen camping trips now and the original alkaline batteries are still going strong.
It takes about 3 minutes for the pad to inflate.