OutdoorMaster Electric Pump
We tested this high-pressure electric SUP pump all winter and think this is a good option for inflating your Badfish board from your vehicle. Here is what the manufacturer says about the Pump:
// ACTIVE COOLING SYSTEM
The only SUP electric air pump with an active cooling system. Inflate up to 20PSI for 3-Boards in a row! Enjoy a sleekly designed paddle board pump with fast, high-pressure inflation.
Automatic dual-stage Pump. The first-stage, MAXIMUM SPEED at 350L/min. The second-stage, MAXIMUM PRESSURE at 70L/min. The AUTO-OFF function turns the Pump off when the target pressure is reached. When packing up, the deflation function will make deflating quick and easy.
// CAR CONNECTOR & NOZZLE ATTACHMENTS
The Pump connects to your car's 12V DC connector and features a 12A fuse for increased safety. Also, it comes with a full set of nozzles to fit most high-pressure inflatables.
// DIGITAL DISPLAY WITH REAL-TIME PRESSURE MONITORING
Use the digital display to set your desired fill level and monitor the pressure in real-time. Pumping has never been easier!
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Super easy to use- worked like a charm, so much easier than the hand pump. I was a bit nervous about the PSI, so went under inflated my first time. Will make sure I keep it at 17psi going forward. Great pump especially at this price!
So worth the money. I love the deflate feature the best!!!!
Saves Time and Energy
I bought the OutdoorMaster electric pump from the Badfish website. So I can just push a button and inflate my board at the put-in, and inflate a friend's board without having to wait for the pump to cool down and get out on the water faster.
Makes life easier.
Love this electric pump. Works like a charm and I can save my energy for a great ride on the water.
Worth the money
Using the outdoor master pump was a breeze, very straight forward operating wise. While my Badfisher was airing up I got all my gear staged and my dig ready for the water, way better than hand pumping. It was a little tricky at first to get the hose to lock in because the seal is pretty thick, so just had to push down a littler harder and lock it in. I found that attaching the hose to the sup board first then attaching it to the pump worked best. Excellent product and would fore recommend to anyone wanting to hit the water faster than inflating by hand.