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Old 02 August 2018, 07:14   #1
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Pump for inflateable

Hi guys new to the site,, just bought a Honda hornwave t320,, inflateable,, could anyone please tell me the best rechargeable pump to inflate it with please,,, and the best place to purchase,, I've seen a few but unsure which will be suitable and if it has the right fitting,, as I'm sick of pumping it up with the standard footpump
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Old 03 August 2018, 05:42   #2
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Search Bravo pumps.
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Old 03 August 2018, 06:00   #3
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Hello and welcome to the forum.

Your Honwave is the high pressure air floor I assume? Just be sure elec pumps you look at will go up to the pressure you need.

I've had a Bravo for a good few years now. They can throw up faults when they are a few years old but when working are probably the best... at a price.

There are alternatives at about half the cost but they often have a slower fill capacity.

Few pumps will come with the Honwave valve fitting as standard... but just buy the end you need separately.
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Sevylor

I have just received a Sevylor 12v pump which seems pretty good (runs from car or battery which I also bought). Took a while for it to arrive though...
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Old 04 August 2018, 01:14   #5
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I use a bravo 20, which is now around 2 years old and still working fine,it has a rechargeable battery in the pump( replacement battery around 25), also comes with clips to run the pump from a car battery, and a cable to charge the pump battery from a cigarette/ 12v power socket in your car, some wild variations on price on the web ,from around 139 to around 200, comes in a great bag as well but no Honwave valve connector
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I just got a Sevylor which runs off the cigarette lighter plug. has digital readout and gets it up to pressure no problem in 3-5 min.

happy with the purchace and beats the foot pump any day.
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I usse on of these, dial up the pressure and walk away till it stops


https://www.decathlon.co.uk/0-15-psi...IaAlsbEALw_wcB
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I usse on of these, dial up the pressure and walk away till it stops


https://www.decathlon.co.uk/0-15-psi...IaAlsbEALw_wcB


I bought one of these to us on my xs rib, however none of the fittings supplied seem to suit my valves. Did you need an adapter to be able to use it or am I just being stupid?
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I bought one of these to us on my xs rib, however none of the fittings supplied seem to suit my valves. Did you need an adapter to be able to use it or am I just being stupid?

Valve adaptor for C7 inflation valves.
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