XL Bravo 101
On Sale !!Rated 5/5 based on 1 reviews.
XL BRAVO 101 - NEW GENERATION UNIVERSAL HAND PUMP - It covers everything !!
- MAX Pressure 1.9 bar (27.5 Psi)
- Capacity 2 x 1.5 lts
- Double /Single acyion to minimize human effort
- Built in pressure gauge
- Ergonomic handle
- Enlarged base for maximum stability
- Taller unit for ease of pumping
- ABS + Aluminium
- Inflation port on pump -No hose kinking
- Protective filter
- Inflation fitting for most common valves
- Equipped with the bayonet adapter for most common high pressure valves
- New Handle
- Built in pressure gauge 0.2 bar (0-29psi) replacable
Suggested Uses :
- SUP - All Stand up Paddle Boards
- Inflatable Boats : 3 x Quicker than a foot pump
- Donuts - blow up toys
- Anything inflatable
- Halkey Roberts Valve compatable
Kite -SUP 3By: Jeff on 6 September 2015Been using the new extended longer body pump fro a while now. Just did its first service. Mine is a SUP pump I purchased direct from bravo pumps Australia and modified for around $85 aus. (Added an ozone nozzle and kite leash). There now is a kite version. A few companies (core etc) are bringing these out this season. Its my preferred pump to do all my kites atm. The advantages are -obviously it's taller so you don't have to bend. Second photo shows it comes up to about 1 metre, compared with an older cabrinha. In fact I don't use the full range of stroke. -It's way easier. There is no pressure felt while pumping. The little red clip can be pulled to go to single action to put more pressure in, but I have never needed it. I can easily pump to 10 psi on dual action. In fact you have to keep an eye on the gauge to make sure you don't put too much in. -It's quicker. Although it pumps at about the same speed as a wide bodied pump... because it's easier you get there quicker. Especially on larger kites, and kites with small struts that you really need to work towards the end to get decent pressure. -It's high pressure. I have all 3 strut kites and I like them hard to maintain structure -hose connect is screw rather than bayonet and it's a good quality hose. the disadvantages are -initial cost -it's tall so can fall over easier in the sand *this applies to nearly all pumps from all brands I have had lately; the original grease chalks up (goes hard and chalky) The second photo shows the grease I have found that I like to use. You do need to apply it more often though as it is softer. If you don't service your pump it won't last; especially round here in fine sand.