Get on the water faster
Let the pump do the work
Perfect pressure for painless paddling
- Power Type 12V DC
- DC plug-in cord lengt : 118 in / 3M
- Flex-Hose length 39 in / 1M
- Pressure Range 0 to 20 PSI
- Pressure Max 20 PSI
- Standby Mode 2 minutes no use
- Powering On/Off Press/hold power button 3 seconds
- Runtime - max 20 min.
- Min Cooling Time 30 min
- Motor: 2-stage auto-switching low-pressure/high-volume / high-pressure/low-volume
- Gaskets 3 sizes: 1 factory installed (thinnest); 2 additional.
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- SUP board
I've only used it once but it worked great and it fit my SUP. I just let it do it's thing and it took about 5-7 mins.
I love my SUP board. Easy to inflate, sturdy and so much fun. The Retrospec team was very helpful as well.
After two years of manually pumping my 10'6" board, the iSUP electric pump saves a ton of time! It has two options from using the car battery or the lighter in your car. It takes 5-7 minutes to pump up my board and less time to deflate. Although previous reviews say the hose can be angled awkward, I found it useful to first attach it to the board and then the electric pump, I'm usually able to set it down while it pumps to apply sunscreen or grab my paddle. Anyway, a great product!
The pump works great. I have a 12ft multi-person iSUP & using a manual pump took almost 45 mins to fully pump & with this pump it’s obviously less time and less effort. BUT! the worst part about this pump is that you have to literally hold it in place while your device fills up. Doesn’t sound too bad, I know, except for the fact that you have to apply a lot of pressure to create a seal. & oh yea, you must hold it at the perfect angle. One slight shift & the air is coming out!! I had a hard time bc my hands kept getting sweaty and cramping up. I wish you could just twist it on there like the manual pump.
Works great! Takes about 5-10 ish mins to inflate my weekender paddle board, I haven't tried to deflate using the pump yet, I just let the air out and roll it up. Would recommend.