Inflatable Kayak Pumps
Bravo Pumps provides the best range of electric pumps, and hand pumps for inflatable kayaks, inflatable toys, boats, dinghies, towable toys, inflatable air mattresses, and more. We have any type of pump to suit your needs, all available at great prices.+ Read More
If you've just purchased an inflatable kayak, then no doubt, you'll be looking for an inflatable kayak pump so that you can pump up your kayak quickly and easily. Here at Bravo Pumps, we have a large selection of high quality and affordable kayak pumps to meet your needs.
All you need to decide is which particular pump is best for your needs. Do you choose an electric pump or are you better off with a manual pump? Let's look at some of the advantages of each, so that you can make the right decision.
Using an electric pump for your inflatable kayak is certainly the fastest way to blow it up. You need to ensure though, that you don't over-inflate any of the chambers which could cause them to burst. This is the best thing about our electric pump range, most of them have automatic cut off switches, how handy.
This is also dependent on the weather. On a warm day, it's better to under-inflate a little as the air will expand as it warms up. If you're going be paddling in very cold water, you can add a little more air as it will contract when it cools down.
Here at Bravo Pumps, most of our kayak electric pumps come with pressure gauges so that you can easily tell how much to inflate each chamber. Some also have an auto shut off when the required pressure is reached and this certainly minimises the danger of over-inflating.
Manual Hand Pump
A double action manual hand pump is an excellent pump for your inflatable kayak as it's fairly easy to use and doesn't require too much effort. It's also the perfect pump if you only need to top up the air in certain chambers before heading out onto the water.
At Bravo Pumps, all our manual hand pumps have their own pressure gauges and are all double action which means it takes much less effort to operate the pump as the pressure increases. These pumps also have a deflate action which makes deflating your kayak much easier. look at our next generation hand pumps, high and low settings to suit higher psi inflatables.
Manual Foot Pump
Using a manual foot pump to pump up your kayak is a little more work but is great if you have back problems because you don't need to bend down. This is also the best inflatable kayak pump to take on board with you as it's fairly small and lightweight and is very handy to have on hand in case of an emergency.
Even though your kayak won't sink if you only lose air in one chamber, it will make it more difficult to paddle and steer. Therefore, it's particularly useful to have a small foot pump on board to top up the air if required.
Let Us Help You To Choose The Right Pump
If you're still a little confused as to which pump is right for you, why not give us a call and we can help you make the right decision. You can phone us on 1300 127 286 or send us an email to email@example.com.
Choosing the best pump for your inflatable kayak need to be too difficult when you ask the friendly staff at Bravo Pumps.
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