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Old 13 May 2011, 17:52   #11
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I have the BRAVO SST and it's great. Had it around 1 year not yet needed anything different. Cones with loads of adapters but you still need the end fitting for the valve.

I paid quite a lot for it but it's so much easier. Only downside is runs from separate battery to carry with u (unless you can get to the car battery)

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Old 16 May 2011, 15:47   #12
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Anyone have one of these? Its cheaper than my first choice but it looks good????

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Old 16 May 2011, 16:07   #13
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Do you use an electric pump for your 380? Im looking to buy one for my bombard and was thinking about the Genovo Power GP80 High Speed Electric Inflator

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This one looks like a rip off of the bravos pump, I have tried & bought just about every type of pump & the Bravo was the most expencive & worth every penny, the Genovo looks good but may be a unknown quality?
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We used to have this rule one.

Very good but needed to be finished off by foot. It gets up to 2.5psi i think.

We used it on a 3m sib.

Again i can only speak for myself but others may have better ones for you or other opinions.
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The Rule/LVM inflator is a good bit of kit, and topping off the air floor with a decent manual pump isn't a big deal.

You'd still be better off with a Bravo though.
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Ive ordered the Bravo BP12 Electric Inflator Pump for my Bombard 380 hope its up to the job.....
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Ok guys, I think that's a resounding thumbs up for the rather expensive Bravo, in which case, at present, I'll stick with my foot pump!
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Ive ordered the Bravo BP12 Electric Inflator Pump for my Bombard 380 hope its up to the job.....
money well spent, you wont be disapointed!
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Do you use an electric pump for your 380? Im looking to buy one for my bombard and was thinking about the Genovo Power GP80 High Speed Electric Inflator

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Go Bravo mate, it works like a dream for the Aerotec.

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