WAKOODA Electric Pump Valve Stem with Torque tabs Patent Pending for Fast Inflation and Halkey Roberts H3 Inflation Valves
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- New internal design allows more air for quick iSUP, kayak or RIB inflation.
- Ergonomic torque tabs or wings make it easy to twist on and off
- Fits all Halkey Roberts H3 Inflation Valves and Bravo valves on Wakooda, Wahoo, Tower, Red Paddle, Isle Explorer, SeaEagle, Hala and Sevylor Boards.
- Use any car or bike tire inflator that connects to a schreader inflation valve. The larger the inflation pump you use, the faster the inflation.
- Use the extra thin washer provided or switch the part washer with your board/kayak/boat valve cap washer for an air tight fit. It works.
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This new design allows more than 50% more air than our earlier model. New and improved Inflation valve adapter with torque tabs allows an easy connection from a high pressure air supply to your inflatable SUP, inflatable kayak or RIB. The schreader valve or car/bike tire inflation valve connects easily to a compressor or other electric pump commonly used for fast inflation. The hook locks make a positive lock on the board, kayak or rib valve. The part fits Halkey Roberts H3 valves and Bravo as well as a wide range of valves on iSUP like Wakooda boards and others. We include an extra washer so you can adjust the fit to make an air tight connection. Switch the part washer with your board/kayak/boat valve cap washer for an air tight fit. The larger the inflation pump you use, the faster the inflation. The difference in air flow is especially noticeable when using a smaller 12 volt electric pump.
- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Package Dimensions : 6.41 x 3.7 x 1.18 inches; 1.27 Ounces
- Date First Available : May 16, 2017
- Manufacturer : WAKOODA
- ASIN : B071S7FZ75
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#185,625 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
- #140 in Kayak Hardware
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Pro-tip: If you are using a compressor pump (which you will need to get the board to inflate to inflate above ~5psi), and it isn't 2-phase, you will want to use a normal non-compressor pump, or the manual hand pump that came with your board just to get your board to the point that it takes shape. Compressor pumps are great for inflating things to high PSIs, but they are very slow, and most people that trying to inflate boards from scratch using ONLY a compressor pump will be waiting upwards of 20 minutes. Shave off more than half of that time by simply getting your board to 1psi so it takes shape, which is actually very easy; it's getting it from 3psi up to 15psi (or whatever your board calls for) that is the hardest and most exhausting part, so let the compressor pump do that part. Best of luck!
-It works! (See Update - changed to 5 stars)
-It takes too long (1. Many other reviews said the same thing and they are correct. 2. It's performance is exclusively based on the electric pump you are using! 15psi is not a high pressure, it's the volume of air required to get there that most pumps are lacking.) * * * * UPDATE * * * * GOT A NEW (MORE POWERFUL AND MORE EXPENSIVE) ELECTRIC PUMP AND NOW THIS THING WORKS AWESOME!!!!! CUT THE FILL TIME BY MORE THAN 75%!!!! It's all about the pump you use.
-The gasket would not seal on my valve (yes, the packaging says it might be necessary to use another gasket. But it would be great if they sent a second one if they anticipate the one they do send won't work. I swapped the from my hand pump, and that worked),
-it is a pain in the butt to keep disconnecting the pump to keep checking the pressure
-Buy the one that also has the pressure gauge in addition to the valve.
All said and done, it beats the crap out of pumping!
Finally I got a tower 2 stage pump and my problems are solved. Trying to save money always costs me money. The 2 stage pump to blow up my sup works in 6mins to 15psi.
Some indicate slowness in filling up an inflatable, that is not likely due to this Valve, but rather the electric pump used.
I am guessing that unless one purchases a pump priced over $99.99 it will take at least about 10min to fully inflate.
The larger volume the item the longer it will take to fill. Some good double action pumps will fill the initial area much faster than any electric pumps I have personally tried.
I used this nozzle attachment yesterday and it’s a game changer! I can still do the one air mattress pump to get larger volume of major air and then switch over to the high pressure pump with this nozzle to get each of the boards to the minimum 15psi. My summer paddles with the fam will be a lot easier and ultimately will have more fun on the water.
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Note that this isn't necessarily the best tool for filling an entire boat. Hooked up to a shop compressor, it still took a long time to fill. This is expected, given that you're trying to push a lot of air through a very small opening.
Beats pumping it with the hand pump. Sit back and relax while the board inflates, and have energy reserved to paddle once inflated!