12v Inflators

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12v Inflators

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Inflating 2 iSups to 18psi before each paddle is getting tiresome. Any recommendations for a reliable 12v inflator ?

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Went for a McConks in the end, easily inflated 2 boards to 18psi last night. Will see how it lasts longer term.

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I'd be interested to hear what you think of it long term, as I'm considering getting one for my SUP.

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StillNewish wrote:
Sat Sep 14, 2019 1:45 pm
I'd be interested to hear what you think of it long term, as I'm considering getting one for my SUP.
Not ‘long term’ yet, but 3 months in and it’s doing its job. I can’t ask for any more than that !

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Thanks, interesting to hear. Glad it's still doing its job :)

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Re: 12v Inflators

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At https://www.bovecpaddleboarding.com/ we use theI BRAVO GE 20-2 compressor.
So far thez haven't disappointed. A bit noisz, but powerfull pump that can be operated on battery.
Very usefull on remote locations!

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