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K-Pump 200

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Built to last, easy to use, a snap to stow - the K-Pump Hand Pump is the top-off pump you've been looking for. Fits most inflatable raft, cataraft and inflatable kayak valves. Made in the USA by boaters.
  • Efficiently operated by one person. No hoses to kink and pull out.
  • Ergonomic design is comfortable to use, even with extended use.
  • Nozzle end and included adapters fit most inflatable boat valves - Leafield, Halkey-Roberts, Summit, Boston, and AD-2.
  • Can be used to fully inflate inflatable kayaks and air mattresses.
  • Easily stowed, takes up little space.
  • Rugged construction is backed by an unlimited 2-year warranty.
  • K-Pump 200 - 2 lbs. 8 oz., 3" Dia x 32" H. Almost Double the Volume of the 100-Model.
  • All K-Pumps float!
  • A spare O-ring is included with the pump.
An Oregon family of whitewater boaters and fishermen designs these quality hand pumps. Assembled in a workshop facility for people with developmental disabilities.

Note: If you have military valves in your inflatable, please select the 'Pump With Check Valve' in the drop-down box. This will also allow you to use the conical adapter that is used for inflating air mattresses and most pool toys.

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  • video: K-Pump K100 & K200 Maintenance Video
    K-Pump K100 & K200 Maintenance Video
    Length:3:44
Action: Inflate only
Pump Dimensions: 3" Dia. x 32" H
Volume Per Stroke: 0.8 gal. (3 liters)
Weight: 2.5 lbs.
Warranty: 2 year
Includes:
  • Valve adapters
  • Rugged storage bag
Features:
  • ABS plastic construction - very strong and UV resistant

video: K-Pump K100 & K200 Maintenance Video

K-Pump K100 & K200 Maintenance Video (3:44)

A brief overview of how to maintain your K-Pump K100 & K200.

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Pros

  • Functional (5)
  • Rugged (4)
  • Compact (3)

Cons

No Cons

Best Uses

  • Boating / sailing (4)
  • Day trip (3)
  • Kayak / canoe / rafting (3)
  • Rapids paddling (3)
  • Rivers (3)
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5.0

Wish I had this years ago

By Desert Flute Man

from Newport Beach, CA

Verified Buyer

Pros

  • Cleans Easily
  • Compact
  • Functional
  • Rocky Uneven Surface No P
  • Rugged
  • Saves My Back

Cons

  • none

Best Uses

  • Boating
  • Topping Off My Raft

Comments about K-Pump 200:

I wish I had this pump years ago. Now when I need to top off my boat while standing in the water's edge on rocks etc., there is no problem because the pump is hand held. I also found it pumps up the boat faster than the double action barrel pumps I've used over the years. Topping off the boat each morning on a river camp is no longer a chore!

The bag that comes with it makes it easy to clip on the raft for easy access during the day if needed.

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5.0

The best item I bought this year.

By Rio Grande River Rat

from Lubbock, Tx

About Me Advanced

Verified Buyer

Pros

  • Compact
  • Functional
  • Lightweight

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Boating
    • Kayaking

    Comments about K-Pump 200:

    Great for topping off tubes when flat dry ground is not available.

    • Was this a gift?:
    • No

    (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

     
    4.0

    Top off king!

    By Craig mac

    from Charlottesville, VA

    About Me Advanced

    Verified Buyer

    Pros

    • Functional
    • Rugged

    Cons

    • A Little Big

    Best Uses

    • Boating
    • Kayaking

    Comments about K-Pump 200:

    You can see results immediately.

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    • No
     
    4.0

    good quality pump

    By jc

    from bend oregon

    About Me Intermediate

    Verified Buyer

    Pros

    • Functional
    • Rugged
    • Simple To Use

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • Boating

      Comments about K-Pump 200:

      this pump works great for topping off a large raft or completely filling up a smaller raft. I would not want to use this pump to fill up my 16 foot raft. 1 disadvantage of this pump compared to the K 100 is that this pump is large and somewhat cumbersome when trying to fill your raft from inside the boat if your valves are on the outside of the tubes.if you do not plan on filling your tubes while standing in the boat or if your valves are on the inside of your tubes and a long pump won't be a problem near the valvest then the pump will work great.

      Service and delivery comments:

      service and deliveries were excellent.

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      • No
       
      5.0

      K- Pump 200

      By lifetime local kayaker

      from spokane,wa

      About Me Advanced

      Verified Buyer

      Pros

      • Compact
      • Functional
      • Rugged

      Cons

        Best Uses

        • Kayaking

        Comments about K-Pump 200:

        this pump tops off kayak effortlessly and stows out of the way, I love it

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        • No

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        • K-Pump 200

          Q:

          what is the advantage/disadvantage of the check valve in the K-200 hand pump?
          Asked on 8/18/2015 by Al from Darby, MT

          3 answers

          • VERIFIED BUYER

            A:

            If you have a filling valve with out a built in check valve, ( the older military valves come to mind, )  They the air moves back out of the boat when you pull back on the pump handle.  Think of trying to pump up a tire without a core in the tire stem. The air wants out. 

            Answered on 8/19/2015 by Anonymous
          • Staff Reviewer

            A:

            Al, the check valve lets you inflate boats with military-style valves. I have a K-200 and chose to get it with the check valve because I boat with some folks who have older boats with those style valves. If you're not familiar with military valves, see Item # 38514.01. When that valve's open there's no spring-loaded seal like you have in a valve like the Leafield C7, # 38518.01. Without the check valve air pushed into the boat would pushed right back into the pump.

            Answered on 8/18/2015 by Clyde from NRS
          • VERIFIED BUYER

            A:

            Hi,
            I have a 16 ft. inflatable cat. I've had my K-Pump for at
            least 5 years and usually use it only occasionally for instream inflation
            adjustment, and not even on every trip. I used it on one trip, however,
            when I ripped a tube, for several periodic re-inflations to get through the
            rest of the trip, and it worked perfectly as an emergency pump, which is why
            I bought it. The advantage of the check ball is that it prevents air from
            escaping when either resting or just pausing, and for pumping air on every
            stroke, both up and down, during inflation, or when checking the air
            pressure by pressing or "thumping" a tube. I know of no disadvantages. I
            suppose it could stick and prevent the pump from operating by not letting
            air into the barrel, but the pump can be easily taken apart in the field and
            cleaned, so it would only be a temporary issue. Even a slight cursory
            amount of preventive maintenance once every few years would prevent the ball
            from sticking, however. The pump is a durable, quality, well-made piece of
            equipment useful for packing in the boat for on-stream use, and mine came
            with its own bag. However, it would be very tedious to use for initial
            inflation, especially for a large raft with an inflatable floor, due to the
            relatively small barrel size, and I would suggest either an electric 12volt
            compressor (works off alligator clamps clipped to a car battery) or a much
            larger volume barrel pump like the 4" or 6" DownRiver barrel pump (which I
            also own) (see,
            https://downriverequip.com/shop-products/pumps-blowers/down-river-barrel-pum
            ps/down-river-4-quot-barrel-pump/) for initial inflatable boat inflation.
            Tom Ayers

            Answered on 8/18/2015 by Anonymous
        • K-Pump 200

          Q:

          Will this work for my stand up paddle board?
          Asked on 4/3/2015 by Joe from Pullman

          1 answer

          • Staff Reviewer

            A:

            Joe, it'll be difficult to get the 10-15 psi with this pump that you'll probably need with your board. I suggest the Super Pump, Item # 80016.02. If you want a K-Pump, go with the K-220 HP, # 80068.01.

            Answered on 4/4/2015 by Clyde from NRS
        • K-Pump 200

          Q:

          Would this be a good pump (sole device) for inflating a Maverik II that is used occasionally in the summer.
          Asked on 7/30/2014 by Ben from Tampa

          4 answers

          • VERIFIED BUYER

            A:

            Yes, it works as a sole device for my Tributary tomcat (2 seater IK). It takes a little while to pump up, but it works just fine.

            Answered on 7/30/2014 by Anonymous
          • Staff Reviewer

            A:

            Ben, it will work fine for that. Pairing it with the C7 Leafield Valve Adapter, Item # 38523.01, will make for easy inflation.

            Answered on 7/30/2014 by Clyde from NRS
          • VERIFIED BUYER

            A:

            This pump is very nice, I like it very much.
            For my larger inflatables it is great, I can approach the valves
            "straight-on", so to speak. Just push the tip of the pump onto the valve
            and go to work.
            One of my small inflatables needs a pump with a hose, because the tube
            valves point almost downward, toward the floor of the boat.
            I can't remember how my pals' Bandits are made, but I think they have a
            straight shot to the valves so that you don't have to get a different
            direction on them.
            I hope this helps, if you have more questions I will try to assist.

            Answered on 7/30/2014 by Anonymous
          • VERIFIED BUYER

            A:

            I think you would be better off with some type of a barrel pump (4",5",6" would be nice for full inflation) . Though the 200 has good volume and would get the job done, you might find it takes significantly less time to inflate the boat with a larger pump. I would then by the smallest K pump and put it in my emergency bag if I had trouble on the river and needed to re-inflate a portion of the boat that was patched. Ideally you never have to use that pump.

            Answered on 7/30/2014 by Anonymous
        • K-Pump 200

          Q:

          Does this product work with Naru Valve types?
          Asked on 11/18/2013 by Kev from Maui, HI

          2 answers

          • Staff Reviewer

            A:

            Pictures I see online of a Naru valve look like a Halkey-Roberts. With the proper valve adapter, which I see is available online, the K-Pumps should work great.

            Answered on 11/18/2013 by Clyde from NRS
          • VERIFIED BUYER

            A:

            I'm not sure what a Naru valve is, but I do have this pump and think it's high quality.  I have a 2011 Saturn raft with standard valves where you push in the spring, and can turn it to keep it open or closed.  The force of the air pressure from the pump moves the valve to allow air to come in.  They are not military valves, so am guessing they are Naru.  Again, solid product that I would recommend and am pleased with.  The point of this is to top off quickly, so it's great for mornings on a multiday river trip when the tubes are soft.
             
             

            Answered on 11/25/2013 by Anonymous
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