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Old 09-27-2014   #1
 
south lake tahoe, California
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pump you up

My Coleman POS pump died on me, I've seen quite a few people recommend the Airhead 120 air pump. Any other recommendation? Thanks

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Old 09-28-2014   #2
 
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4-6 inch carlson
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Old 09-28-2014   #3
 
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I went thorough 2 airheads in just over a year so upgraded to nrs blast. More $ but have used it for over 2 years so looks to be worth it.
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Old 09-29-2014   #4
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Carlson. NRS pumps and the green branded pumps (DRE, Aire, etc) are okay, but a distant second.

K-Pumps are great for an IK or small inflatable, but can make a retrofit necessary if you want to be able to pump from within a boat that has valves on the outside.

Just throw down and get a 4" Carlson and a mesh bag for it and you'll have it forever.
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Old 10-04-2014   #5
 
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there is a good sale at Hyside website.
Rule 12V Electric Pump

$108.75 $79.95
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Old 10-04-2014   #6
 
south lake tahoe, California
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I scored a handheld Oreck vacuum for $20, pumps her up in about 5 minutes.

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One of these will get the job done. Also useful for trailer tires. Ryobi, 18-Volt ONE+ Dual Function Inflator/Deflator (Tool Only), P731 at The Home Depot - Tablet

For my 26' x 32" cat tubes I use one of these first for the high volume work. Works great on my raft as well. Then just get to full pressure with a small manual pump of choice. Ryobi, ONE+ 120 mph 18-Volt Lithium-ion Cordless Hard Surface Blower/Sweeper - Battery and Charger Not Included, P2105 at The Home Depot - Tablet
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