2018 red paddle co racing paddle boards - 2018 range of inflatable race SUP paddle board

We are now stocking the wonderful K-Pump two stage inflatable stand up paddle boarding pumps and the K-Air II SUP tire valve inflator adaptor and blow off valve. We are also stocking the Kwik Check Stand Pressure Gauge, the best way to check your inflatable SUP’s pressure. Check out how easy it is to pump your board with these two stage pumps.

Both the K-Pump K-20 and the taller, higher volume K-Pump K-220, are a two stage pump with both a high volume and high pressure cylinder. You can see me twisting the handle in the video to activate either the high volume or high pressure cylinders.

Coupled with the K-20 and K-220 pumps are the K-Air II 15PSI and the K-Air II 18PSI. The PSI denotes the preset blow off valve pressure. Slip them on the end of either K-Pump and pump away until you here the air bleeding off through the valve, you’re at your preset pressure! Absolute care free pumping and ensuring your board reaches optimal pressure without the risk of over inflation.

For the super cautious or if you prefer to use the more standard foot style pumps that come with inflatable boards, like the Red Paddle Co Ezee or the Red Paddle Co Ezee HP pumps, you can use the Kwik Check Standard Pressure Gauge to accurately and easily measure the pressure of your board.

See the whole range with individual product videos here: K-Pump inflatable SUP pumps.

 

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About the author: Julian Kidd
I have been an avid stand up paddle boarder since 2009. I retired from professional kiteboarding to focus on SUP. Green Water Sports grew from this love of all things SUP. As well as being a keen paddle boarder, I'm a hockey fan, football fan, closet petrol head, web tinkerer, husband and father.

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