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Why pump by hand if you don't have to? Let the NRS Blast Inflator Pump do the work for you. Its compact size and rugged durability will last for years.
  • This 12-volt pump is capable of inflating to 1.5 psi for a fast and easy inflation. For many inflatable crafts you'll still want to have a hand pump for top off to full pressure and to take along with you on the water. It also deflates making it quick and easy to get your inflatable packed back up.
  • Comes with an adapter to fit a wide variety of valve types.
  • Inlayed rubber insulates from heat and sound while providing a more secure grip.
  • 12 foot power cord allows you to easily inflate your boat near your vehicle.
  • It's easy to deflate with the Blast Pump. There are two ports on the pump - one where the air enters the pump and one where the air blows out. Simply disconnect the nozzle from the outlet side of the pump (it twists on and off) and connect it to the intake side.
  • There is a small hole in the pump nozzle. It's there to prevent back pressure buildup that can cause the pump to overheat.
  • The electrical clamps allow quick and easy connection to your vehicle's battery.
Never operate Blast with vehicle motor running - it can damage the pump due to a higher voltage output.

Do not block the small hole in the pump nozzle. It is there to bleed off back pressure. Blocking it can cause the pump to overheat and burn out the motor.

Using this pump continuously for more than 20 minutes can cause it to overheat. Please allow cool down time between uses.

Product Reviews

  (42)
Action: Inflate and deflate
Power: 12-Volt 
Max. Inflation: 1.5 psi
Dimensions: 5.5"H x 5"W at the base
Weight: 2.5 lbs.
Warranty: 2 year
Includes:
  • Valve adapter
Features:
  • Electrical clamps
  • 12 foot power cord

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NRS Blast Inflator Pump
 
4.0

(based on 42 reviews)

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    (1)

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    (4)

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    (3)

83%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Good power output (10)
  • Fast (4)
  • Durable (3)
  • Small (3)

Cons

  • Noisy (6)

Best Uses

  • Rivers (7)
  • Day trip (4)
  • Outdoors (3)
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Most Liked Positive Review

 

Reliable, Long cable, Great Pump

After having 2 LVM pumps break in different ways I decided to try the NRS. This pump doesn't pump up the boat quite as fast as the LVM but the peace of mind is...Read complete review

After having 2 LVM pumps break in different ways I decided to try the NRS. This pump doesn't pump up the boat quite as fast as the LVM but the peace of mind is well worth the few extra minutes. I've had this pump for 2 seasons now and it still works like new. The cable is longer so you can pump up the whole boat without having to move it. Also, the NRS pump doesn't get hot or stick on like the LVM. My brother is very happy with his NRS pump too!

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

So-So Pump

This pump is a "so-so" pump. The pump does not compare to a good "made in England" LVM pump. I purchased the LVM pump, now, labled...Read complete review

This pump is a "so-so" pump. The pump does not compare to a good "made in England" LVM pump. I purchased the LVM pump, now, labled as LVM-NRS , and Made in China. The LVM-NRS stopped working after second time used. Purchase the NRS Blaster in place as the store did not have another LVM. The Blaster has a nice long durable cord. The feel or handling is awkward compared to a LVM. The blaster has an of/off switch. The LVM is a squeeze switch. The blaster does not inflate to the 2PSI as advertised on the box. I routinely got .75 PSI to 1.25 PSI, using a very good guage. At no time did I get evern close to 2 psi. The multi valve adapter is not really a multi valve adapter. You need to have the right fitting to get a good seal in the valve. I would suggest to a friend, consider spending a few more dollars and or trying out a inflator / pump with an adjustable psi setting. The Blaster took much longer to inflate than the good LVM inlfator made in England. Recommended only in a pinch.

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5.0

Works Great!

By Kelli

from Lehigh Valley PA

Verified Buyer

Comments about NRS Blast Inflator Pump:

I use this to inflate and deflate my Airtight Inflatables Shredder. It takes just a few minutes to completely inflate and deflate my 2-person craft. You still need a hand pump to top it off, which is safer than potentially overfilling the inflatable. Find a plastic box to keep everything in because that cardboard box will not hold up and I never could get it back inside completely.

 
5.0

So easy to use

By Suzy-Q

from Taos nm

About Me 12-yr inflatable kayaker

Verified Buyer

Pros

  • Inflates rapidly

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Rapid filling lg-vol tube

    Comments about NRS Blast Inflator Pump:

    With this pump held by one hand I can fill my Star Inflatable Yellow Jacket kayak in less than 5 min., and I can do it alone. It doesn't generate sufficient pressure to top off, but likewise it cannot overinflate. Topping off with manual pump takes little effort since energy did not have to be wasted to inject the majority of the air volume.

     
    4.0

    Works great!

    By Inflatable Steve

    from Cave Creek, AZ

    Verified Reviewer

    Pros

    • Inflates Fast
    • Powerful

    Cons

    • Noisy
    • Short Wires

    Best Uses

      Comments about NRS Blast Inflator Pump:

      This pump works great and inflates/deflates fast! It is simple to use too. It is noisy, but it works fast so you don't have to listen to it for all that long. My main complaint is the wire. It's a little shot for my needs. So just note that if you are inflating medium to big rafts, you will probably have to turn rotate the boat to get to all the valves.

       
      1.0

      Burnt up after 6 uses

      By Steve R

      from Seattle

      Verified Reviewer

      Pros

        Cons

        • Burnt Up After 6 Uses

        Best Uses

          Comments about NRS Blast Inflator Pump:

          I bought this pump about 18 months ago and only used it for about 15 minutes at a time to inflate my 14' Aire raft. It burnt up today on the 6th time I used it. I would not buy another one.

           
          4.0

          Nice little pump

          By Steven

          from AZ

          Verified Buyer

          Pros

          • Fits Nicly In Hand
          • Long Cord

          Cons

          • Noisy

          Best Uses

            Comments about NRS Blast Inflator Pump:

            Great little pump for the price. It isn't the nost powerful electric pump out there, but it gets the job done in a resonable time. The long cord alows me to reach all the valves on my 14' Otter without having to move the truck or flip the boat around. It also fits purfectly into my C7 valves without an adapter. The pump is smaller, more comfotable, siple to use and has a deflater, which makes it 100 times better than my old electric pump.

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            • NRS Blast Inflator Pump

              Q:

              i have one, works good. I have a Chevy Equinox car and want to run the pump from the aux. (cigarette lighter holes) since the battery has a massive cover which would need to be disassembled to use the alligator clips. Is this going to be a problem? What size fuse for the male insert?
              Asked on 6/20/2016 by Richard from United States

              1 answer

              • Staff Reviewer

                A:

                Richard, the Blast draws 29 amps. I don't know know how the aux adapter is regulated. Hooking directly to the battery, you can't use the pump while the engine is running, or you'll damage the pump motor.

                Answered on 6/20/2016 by Clyde from NRS
            • NRS Blast Inflator Pump

              Q:

              Can the deflate mode be used on Aire rafts? Just wondered if that might damage the bladders in some way.
              Asked on 5/30/2016 by Andrew from Prince George, British Columbia

              1 answer

              • Staff Reviewer

                A:

                Andrew, deflating with the pump won't cause a problem with the bladders. Don't attempt to remove every bit of air with the pump. This can cause the motor to overheat.

                Answered on 5/30/2016 by Clyde from NRS
            • NRS Blast Inflator Pump

              Q:

              Does this pump have a warranty?
              Asked on 4/21/2016 by fshnbum from mather, ca

              5 answers

              • VERIFIED BUYER

                A:

                two year warranty

                Answered on 4/22/2016 by matty from mt hood oregon
              • VERIFIED BUYER

                A:

                I don't recall how long the warranty lasts for. I have bought many products with NRS and they have always been more than fair. I don't believe you'll need it with this pump though. I have a 13' 3 thwart raft the I inflate and deflate approx 20 trips each season. In between weekends my pump lives under the backseat of my truck. As long as you take care of it, the Blast should last a life time. I highly recommend this pump and a K Pump for topping!!! ��
                Chet Dube

                Answered on 4/21/2016 by Dube from Shelburne Falls, MA
              • VERIFIED BUYER

                A:

                Don't know? But I do know the switch is what fails on them.
                Dave
                Sent from my iPhone

                Answered on 4/21/2016 by Anonymous
              • VERIFIED BUYER

                A:

                not sure, but don't think so. great pump to blow shape into boat, but
                still need a hand pump to finish. we've used ours in freezing rain and she
                still goes ...

                Answered on 4/21/2016 by Anonymous
              • Staff Reviewer

                A:

                Yes, it has a 2-year warranty.

                Answered on 4/21/2016 by Clyde from NRS
            • NRS Blast Inflator Pump

              Q:

              My son and I each purchased Blast Inflators and love them. I recently lost my nozzle adaptor from the Blast Inflators, when it's tether string came untied. Is it possible to order replacement nozzle adaptors? I would like to get a replacement for the one I lost and a second one to keep as a spare.
              Asked on 11/29/2015 by Big D from Cascade, Idaho and Hokitika, New Zealand

              1 answer

              • Staff Reviewer

                A:

                You bet, that part number is 80061.01.

                Answered on 11/30/2015 by Clyde from NRS
            • NRS Blast Inflator Pump

              Q:

              I have one of these pumps and it works great. Currently using a hose from a box store barrel pump that works OK. Do any of the hoses that NRS sells fit over the adaptor? I use it to fill my 13'raft.
              Asked on 8/31/2015 by Gary

              3 answers

              • VERIFIED BUYER

                A:

                The blaster pump works well.

                Answered on 8/31/2015 by Senor Agave from Spokane, WA
              • Staff Reviewer

                A:

                Gary, we don't have a hose that would adapt to that. The Blast works well just held in most valves by hand. Whatever tactic you use, do not cover the small hole in the side of the outlet. It's there to prevent back pressure buildup that can burn out the pump motor.

                Answered on 8/31/2015 by Clyde from NRS
              • VERIFIED BUYER

                A:

                I actually suggest buying a stretch of radiator hose. It fits over the nozzle on the blast pump, and fits inside of most Leafield valves. It doesn't make a tight seal, but it works well if somebody holds it and cost a couple of bucks..

                Answered on 8/31/2015 by PDX Paddler from Portland, OR
            • NRS Blast Inflator Pump

              Q:

              How long would this take to inflate an Outfitter kayak?
              Asked on 8/6/2015 by Montanaann

              1 answer

              • Staff Reviewer

                A:

                Less than five minutes, even for the two-person. You'll need a hand pump to top it off.

                Answered on 8/6/2015 by Clyde from NRS
            • NRS Blast Inflator Pump

              Q:

              Does the pump come with a hose extension. If not can one be purchased that is compatible with the ports.
              Asked on 12/2/2014 by FRank from Seattle, WA

              7 answers

              • VERIFIED BUYER

                A:

                It does not come with a hose. I park my truck in middle of the raft. Not sure about a hose extension. The one I use for my foot pump would not deal to this pump.
                Sent from my iPhone

                Answered on 12/3/2014 by Anonymous
              • VERIFIED BUYER

                A:

                No hose extension included. I'm not aware if there is an after market
                extension option. For small inflatable, you should have adequate reach from
                your power supply to your valves without an extension.

                Answered on 12/3/2014 by Anonymous
              • Staff Reviewer

                A:

                Frank, the Blast doesn't come with a hose extension. You could slip an appropriately sized hose over the inflation nozzle. If the hose didn't fit your valve you could attach the proper valve adapter.

                Answered on 12/3/2014 by Clyde from NRS
              • VERIFIED BUYER

                A:

                Mine did not come with a separate hose extension. I am sure you could rig something similar to a barrel pump outlet hose but it may affect the pump/blower performance with the increased backpressure.
                Stock wires and alligator clip length provide plenty of room to move around and hit all valves on my boat. If you need more length use your jumper cables to extend length of power source.

                Answered on 12/3/2014 by Anonymous
              • VERIFIED BUYER

                A:

                The pump does not come with a hose extension and I do not know of where
                you could purchase a compatible hose extension. The unit works fine on
                my Watermaster one-man raft with the one attachment that comes with it.

                Answered on 12/3/2014 by Anonymous
              • VERIFIED BUYER

                A:

                no hose attachments are with this product but can be purchased later found
                mine to work great with my NRS Otter and I am sure the staff at NRS will
                steer you in the right direction as to what extensions you might need matty

                Answered on 12/3/2014 by Anonymous
              • VERIFIED BUYER

                A:

                No, it doesnt come with an extension. We ended up having to scoot the boat around to get it close enough to the car battery port.

                Answered on 12/5/2014 by Anonymous
            • NRS Blast Inflator Pump

              Q:

              I have this great pump but recently the kids purchased a Saturn inflatable Dinghy and the valve on it requires an adapter that depress the inflation stem, is there an adapter to fit this pump. Thanks,
              chuck mcnair
              medford oregon
              cmm659@gamail.com
              Asked on 10/5/2014 by chuck from Medford OR

              1 answer

              • Staff Reviewer

                A:

                Chuck, on Saturn's site the only thing they say about the valves is they're "recessed one-way." Most valves don't need to have the stems depressed to fill; the air pressure does the trick. None of our adapters depress the valve stem. Now, there are adapters that lock into the valve. Take a look at our valve identification pages to see if we carry the valves you have - http://www.nrs.com/repair/valves.asp?tn=70

                Answered on 10/6/2014 by Clyde from Moscow, Idaho
            • NRS Blast Inflator Pump

              Q:

              Can I use this pump to fill a paddle board ... psi 15 ?
              Asked on 8/2/2014 by Shelley

              2 answers

              • VERIFIED BUYER

                A:

                No. You’ll need to use a hand pump or something stronger to top it off to
                those kinds of pressures. The boat I use mine on takes 2 ½ lbs. and I need a
                hand pump to bring it up to that. It’s very good for moving large volumes
                of air at low pressure.

                Answered on 8/2/2014 by Anonymous
              • Staff Reviewer

                A:

                It will only fill an inflatable to 1.5 - 2 PSI. The Bravo 12-volt Pump, Item # 80027.01, will inflate up to 15 psi.

                Answered on 8/2/2014 by Clyde from NRS
            • NRS Blast Inflator Pump

              Q:

              Will this work on a car battery or does it need a 12v only?
              Asked on 3/31/2014 by kmcinto7

              5 answers

              • Staff Reviewer

                A:

                It's set up with "alligator" clips that fasten to the terminals of a 12 volt car battery.

                Answered on 4/1/2014 by Clyde from NRS
              • VERIFIED BUYER

                A:

                I've only used it on a car battery. The clips are small so it can be difficult to get them to grab. One drawback is because of its small size, it takes a while to inflate a boat, but sure beats inflating by hand. However, you will still need to top it off with a hand pump. I also use the pump to inflate air mattresses. 

                Answered on 3/31/2014 by RAJ from Winston Salem, NC
              • VERIFIED BUYER

                A:

                It clips right on the truck battery and works great. I do top it off with my hand pump to take it up higher.
                Sent from my BlackBerry® smartphone from Straight Talk�

                Answered on 3/31/2014 by Anonymous
              • VERIFIED BUYER

                A:

                Yes it works on any 12 volt battery
                Sent from my iPhone

                Answered on 3/31/2014 by Anonymous
              • VERIFIED BUYER

                A:

                This will work on most car batteries as most cars today have 12 volt systems. Your car ignition should be in the off position when using this pump.

                Answered on 3/31/2014 by cutthroat from Estes Park, Co.
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