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Old 03 August 2008, 10:17   #1
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Bravo 12 BST HP Battery Pump

Hi All.

I am new to this forum but have to say that i have found it a great source of information and has helped me make the decision to invest in a Honda Honwave T38 Air V Floor. As there seems to be very little info on Inflators, i thought you all might be interested in the following;-

I am selling a Bravo 12 BST High Pressure Battery Pump on eBay. The item number is 160268252343 if anyone is interested. The pump is Brand New and comes with 2 Year manufacturers warranty. This high pressure pump is a must for anyone who wants the convenience of a high pressure pump for boats like my Honwave Air Floor, but doesnt want to be tied to the car battery or lug a battery pack about.

Please feel free to ask any questions.
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Old 05 August 2008, 07:09   #2
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Hi All.

This high pressure pump is a must for anyone who wants the convenience of a high pressure pump for boats like my Honwave Air Floor, but doesnt want to be tied to the car battery or lug a battery pack about.

Please feel free to ask any questions.
I'm confused! Its a 12v pump so how are you not tied to the car battery or battery pack?
But it is a great piece of kit!
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I'm confused! Its a 12v pump so how are you not tied to the car battery or battery pack?
But it is a great piece of kit!
I take it all back! - sorry didn't realise this had a built in Battery - wish I'd known that you could get this before I got the standard model! Exactly what I wanted!

So why are u selling it?

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Old 05 August 2008, 08:34   #4
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Hi Longjohn, Thanks for your interest.

Basically I found out that you can get the Internal battery version by trawling the net and decided I would get one as I have just sold my Wetline 290 and bought a Honwave 3.8 Air V floor, and wanted a high pressure pump that i could use at the waters edge...quickly.

This would mean that I could take my daughter out without struggling as I can use a sack truck to get the Deflated boat and engine etc from the Jeep, and she could blow it up with the pump whilst I am getting everything else.

As I could not find anywhere in the Uk that sells them I almost decided to ship one in from the states which would have cost over 200. Then, through some contacts managed to buy a few at a discount, so the idea is sell the surplus ones, make a few quid on each, and hopefully end up with a free one myself, and in the process do my fellow boaters a good turn as there is nothing else on the market that comes close.

I will supply a VAT receipt as proof of purchase and as i have already said, they come with a 2 Year Manufacturers Warranty.

You could always sell the pump you have, or keep it as a spare.

I know that the one you have is about 120 inc Vat & delivery from internet suppliers, so I have listed another one on ebay with a buy it now price of 165 plus Postage which is a very reasonable price for what you are getting. I notice that you are in Bournemouth so you if you are interested, we could meet up and save you the postage!

Dont hesitate to ask any other questions or send me an email.
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Hi All,

Just thought you might like to see a couple of extra photos of this pump and accessories, and one inflating my Honwave 3.8. Any questions please ask or call me on 02032 390093. Leave a message if no answer and i will call you back,

Thanks, Paul
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More Bravo 12 BST HP Batt Inflatable Pumps Available

Hi Everyone,

I have some more of these amazing cordless high pressure inflatable pumps available if anyone is interested. I have listed them on eBay but will give you a better price direct to avoid all the seller and paypal fees.

Please ask for more details. You can see all the info on ebay by searching Bravo 12 BST or the item number 160270861560

Many Thanks
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Old 18 August 2008, 13:52   #7
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Just wanted to let you know that I will be supplying a european 2-pin transformer adapter with all pumps to ensure that the pins make good contact when charging. I will also be posting these out to all the members that have purchased one so far. See attached for photo. Any questions please ask.
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I have to admit they are very good pumps,a freind of mine does sell them for swimming pools and accessories for about 100 pounds
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Hi Peter thanks for your post but Ithink your friend might be selling the less powerful (Not High Pressure) version and it probably has to be connected to a 12v Battery with croc clips. Perhaps you could find out and let us know please to let everyone know, thanks Paul
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Hi Peter thanks for your post but Ithink your friend might be selling the less powerful (Not High Pressure) version and it probably has to be connected to a 12v Battery with croc clips. Perhaps you could find out and let us know please to let everyone know, thanks Paul
I will comfirm price but i have used them myself and are definately a self contained unit no car or other power source needed also has pressure settings and built in compressor
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