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NRS Super Pump

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The NRS Super Pump, an affordable high-pressure pump that's perfect for today's drop-stitch inflatable stand up paddle and body boards. Inflates to 20 psi with ease.
  • Built-in pressure gauge takes the guesswork out of inflating your boat or board.
  • This low-volume, two-hand pump lets you inflate to pressures up to 20 psi.
  • You get double-action pumping (inflate on both up and down motions) when you have the red plug screwed into the air port in the top cap. This allows you to quickly put the majority of the air volume in your inflatable.
  • When you need higher pressure, simply open the air port by removing the red plug and you can bear down with single-action strokes!
  • Small diameter pump chamber keeps the pumping easy, even at high pressures.
  • Full 48" long hose comes with the twist-on Leafield C7 Valve Adapter (# 38523.01) that locks into the valve securely, even at high pressures.
  • Also included is a valve adapter that will lock into Halkey-Roberts New Short Valves and Summit 2 Valves. To install it, loosen the hose clamp and remove the C7 Adapter. Insert this alternate adapter and tighten the hose clamp.
  • The aluminum shaft, sturdy handle and tough polypropylene housing are built to withstand lots of use.
  • Use the Super Pump to fill and/or top off your inflatable, then reverse the hose for deflating at the end of the day.
  • Each single-action stroke puts out 0.48 gallons (1.8 liters) of air. In double-action mode you get 0.96 gallons (3.6 liters) with every full stroke.

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  • video: Quick Tips | How to Inflate a SUP Board
    Quick Tips | How to Inflate a SUP Board
    Length:1:07

Product Tips

  • Periodically apply lithium grease to the pump shaft. This keeps the O-ring gasket in the top cap lubricated. This O-ring facilitates the double-action pumping when the red plug is screwed into the air vent in the cap.

Volume:
  • 0.48 gal. (1.8 liters) per single-action stroke
  • 0.96 gal. (3.6 liters) per double-action stroke
Action: Inflate and deflate
Pump Dimensions: 2.75" Dia. x 25" H
Chamber Dimensions: 2.75" Dia. x 18.5" H
Hose Length:  48"
Includes:
  • Leafield C7 adapter
  • Halkey-Roberts New Short / Summit 2 adapter
  • Built-in 30 psi (2.0 bar) pressure gauge

video: Quick Tips | How to Inflate a SUP Board

Quick Tips | How to Inflate a SUP Board (1:07)

Proper inflation is key to getting the best performance from your inflatable SUP board. Learn how to operate the valve and how to use a pressure gauge to ensure the board reaches, but does not exceed, optimal pressure as you pump.

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NRS Super Pump
 
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4.0

Great SUP pump

By Brett

from Mammoth Lakes,Ca

Verified Buyer

Comments about NRS Super Pump:

I bought this to replace my broken pump from boardworks, hose attachment is better and can switch from
leafield to halkey valves. Seems more solid than the other that came with my sup.
Five stars if it came with a netted stuff sack.

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4.0

Good pump

By Kubs

from Gwd

Verified Buyer

Comments about NRS Super Pump:

Pump works better than the old super six. I like the easy switch the high-pressure mode. The only downside I've noticed is my clothing keeps getting sucked, blocking the intake for pumping. Otherwise been great.

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5.0

great pump

By jeff

from seattle

Comments about NRS Super Pump:

This works much faster and better than my K-pump. Thanks NRS!

 
5.0

Nice pump for a float tube.

By Duck Valley fisherman.

from Eagle, Idaho

Verified Buyer

Comments about NRS Super Pump:

Purchased to replace an inexpensive plastic pump that wheezes. The new pump works great for inflating my float tube and fits in my kit bag. A good buy!

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5.0

Makes quick work of inflating a kayak

By Roguebiker

from Medford, OR

Verified Buyer

Pros

  • Double action is great

Cons

  • None for me

Best Uses

  • Inflating kayaks

Comments about NRS Super Pump:

Works well and comes with all the necessary fittings for most good kayaks and rafts.

Service and delivery comments:

Fast service and delivery

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  • NRS Super Pump

    Q:

    Is there an adapter I can buy for this that will allow me to inflate a cheap Floatie or tube with a pinch valve?
    Asked on 7/5/2016 by Dan

    1 answer

  • NRS Super Pump

    Q:

    Does this include a set of adapters, particularly one for military valves?
    Asked on 6/11/2016 by Hurly from Big Sky, MT

    1 answer

  • NRS Super Pump

    Q:

    Is this pump waterproof?
    Asked on 6/8/2016 by Bob

    4 answers

    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      That's a good question. I have never gotten it wet but the pump is made of plastic.
      If you want to transport it in a raft I'm sure it would be OK.
      Sent from my iPhone

      Answered on 6/9/2016 by Anonymous
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      I wouldn't think so. I keep it on my boat in case i need some kind of emergency top off after a puncture/repair. Never had an issues.

      Answered on 6/9/2016 by Ryan D from Fairfax, VA
    • Staff Reviewer

      A:

      Bob, it's not designed to be waterproof. Water can enter through the hose, or through the vent hole in the top cap if the red plug is left out. To keep it completely dry, stow it in a dry bag or box.

      Answered on 6/9/2016 by Clyde from NRS
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      No
      WARNING Sent from IPad, spelling may be wors than normal.

      Answered on 6/9/2016 by Anonymous
  • NRS Super Pump

    Q:

    Can you use this pump to top off rafts?
    Asked on 5/4/2016 by Weez

    6 answers

    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      Yes you can, has good pressure for that.
      WARNING Sent from IPad, spelling may be wors than normal.

      Answered on 5/4/2016 by Anonymous
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      I use the pump to top off paddleboards after using an electric pump. The
      electric pump fills to 13-14 psi. I use the NRS Super Pump to get boards to
      17-18 psi.

      Answered on 5/4/2016 by Anonymous
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      Surely

      Answered on 5/4/2016 by Anonymous
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      I use it to pump inflatable kayaks and it works well for that, so I'm sure
      it would top off a raft.

      Answered on 5/4/2016 by Anonymous
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      Actually that's what I use it for. I have an electric pump that fills up my inflatable kayak. Then I top it off with the super pump.
      I can use the super pump for everything but it takes a lot of pumping.
      Hope this helps.
      Mike

      Answered on 5/4/2016 by Anonymous
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      Yes! Great pump!
      Sent from my iPhone

      Answered on 5/4/2016 by Anonymous
  • NRS Super Pump

    Q:

    Hi there I love this pump but I think the grease dried out and the small gasket popped out the top and it stopped working. I took it all apart and cleaned all the sand and blue gunk out from where the inside of the pump kind of sanded off? Is there a special type of grease that's supposed to go in there?
    Asked on 9/30/2015 by Fletch from ventura

    2 answers

    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      I have not had my pump long enough to have to do any maintenance but as a boat owner if I have to use grease that comes in contact with moisture I use lithium grease. It is waterproof.
      Mike

      Answered on 9/30/2015 by Anonymous
    • Staff Reviewer

      A:

      Fletch, we recommend lithium grease. You should be able to find it at any good hardware store.

      Answered on 9/30/2015 by Clyde from NRS
  • NRS Super Pump

    Q:

    Can you replace the gauge at the top of the pump? I recently bought an Imperial 6, and the pump gauge clear top plastic cover fell off.
    Asked on 8/29/2015 by Brian from Golden, CO

    3 answers

    • Staff Reviewer

      A:

      Brian, the Mechanical Pressure Gauge, Item # 80007.02, will work. Remove the lower plastic portion that fits Leafield valves and the threaded section will screw in the opening.

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

      A:

      Yes. You can replace the gauge
      Sent from my Verizon Wireless 4G LTE smartphone

      Answered on 8/30/2015 by Ryan D from Fairfax, VA
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      The pump works great. For the money, I don't think you can get a better pump. It takes about 5 minutes to inflate my IK. - Mike

      Answered on 8/30/2015 by Anonymous
  • NRS Super Pump

    Q:

    Purchased this pump then used it to inflate my NRS Outlaw. The air pressure gauge doesn't seem to work. All the while pumping, and even not pumping and with the hose still attached, the gauge did not move. When I inflated the bottom of the Outlaw the gauge would go up to 5 psi on the downstroke, then quickly zero out. Is there some way this gauge should work? Am I not doing something right?
    Asked on 5/7/2015 by Greyugly from United States

    2 answers

    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      Your pump/gauge is working as it should. Mine does the same thing.
      You can only read the pump gauge very briefly as you push air through the
      kayak valve, because the C7 valve closes the moment you quit pushing, so the
      pump gauge will go immediately to zero.
      This is what I do: [1] I quickly inflate the kayak with a 2.5 gallon
      Craftsman shopvac (about 10 seconds), [2] put in the red plug in the NRS
      pump so you are inflating on both the up and down stroke until all the
      chambers feel firm, [3] remove the red plug so it is only pumping on the
      down stroke. Watch the needle on the pump gauge as it momentarily peaks on
      the last inch of the down stroke. I am usually within one psi of the
      correct pressure. [4] I verify the pressure with the NRS gauge #
      80007.02.100. The pressure gauge is accurate within one-half pound and is
      under $20, to your door.
      This whole inflation process take less than three minutes once you are used
      to it.

      Answered on 5/11/2015 by Anonymous
    • Staff Reviewer

      A:

      The gauge reads 0-30 psi. When you're inflating the side tubes, which should be brought up to 2.5 psi, the gauge will be reading very low on the dial. Inflating the drop-stitch floor to 8-10 psi, you should more easily see that higher reading. The gauge doesn't capture and hold the reading. The most accurate reading will be seen on the downstroke, or immediately at the end of the stroke. If the pressure reading is quickly dropping at the end of the stroke you probably don't have the hose fully screwed onto the pump, or the adapter into the valve. If this doesn't clear up things for you, please give us a call, 800.635.5202.

      Answered on 5/7/2015 by Clyde from NRS
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