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Here are 2 popular electric inflatable paddle board pumps I see folks use most often. With the growth of inflatable paddle boards also comes the issue of having to blow them up quickly vs an exhausting manual air pumping session.
Electric pumps can speed up your blowing up process but also help deflate the board as well.

BTP Mano Two Stage Electric Turbo Pump for Inflatable Kayaks, SUPS

I’ve used this pump for many years and have found it very reliable and powerful.  I have three now for blowing up lots of boards at at time for classes.  It runs off the battery. Learn more here.

OutdoorMaster 20PSI High Pressure SUP Air Pump / The Shark – Intelligent Dual Stage Inflation & Auto-Off Feature, Deflation Function, 12V DC Car Connector, for Inflatable Stand Up Paddle Boards – 

Several friends have this pump and love it. This pump plugs into the cigarette lighter.  Check it out.. 

 

Pro Tips for Blowing up Boards:

  • The inflatable sup valve pin has two adjustments – up and down. Up is ‘closed’ but can still take air in to top off the board.  ‘Down’ means the valve is open and inflate the quickest.
  • Bring along a manual pump in case your electric pump has issues, your battery is dead or you forget your electrical pump

 

Any questions give me a holler: www.salmonbaypaddle.com / Seattle / 206.465.7167
Check out our SUP classes in Seattle – Beginning to advanced instruction including freighter and tug wave surfing, coastal surfing, rivers and racing, plus PSUPA Certification.
 

 

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