High Pressure SUP Inflator Valve

August 29, 2015 - Comment

Slingshot SUP HP Valve Adaptor – The High Pressure Valve Adapter allows you to get the most out your inflatable stand up board. This adapter screws into the valve on your board, allowing you to use an air compressor to inflate your SUP to the desired PSI without the labor of manual inflation. Inflatable SUP’s

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Slingshot SUP HP Valve Adaptor – The High Pressure Valve Adapter allows you to get the most out your inflatable stand up board. This adapter screws into the valve on your board, allowing you to use an air compressor to inflate your SUP to the desired PSI without the labor of manual inflation. Inflatable SUP’s perform dramatically better at high PSI. Make sure you get the most out of your inflatable board with the Slingshot SUP HP Valve Adapter.

Product Features

  • Plastic/metal construction
  • Fits most SUP valves
  • Pressure gauge included
  • Allows you to use an air compressor to inflate your SUP

Comments

Sharkfin25 says:

The valve was too short and too small to work … The valve was too short and too small to work on my paddle board. If you have an Aqua Marina inflatable SUP, do not buy this. I am returning it today.Amazon has contacted the seller on my behalf. I will update when I get an answer from them.

David Templer says:

good value; good product Used this valve to fill my Tower board. Since I have an air compressor in the garage it is a no brainer for me. I ordered just the SUP and not the SUP package with the hand pump. The gauge that comes with this valve is worthless but I also have a quality tire gauge so that didn’t matter. Easy to attach to the high pressure valve. Took about 5 – 7 minutes to fill the board. I can’t imagine I could fill it any faster by hand. If this valve was not an option I would have gone for the K Pump…

Kevin S. Cronin says:

Good product but it really depends on the pump you’re … Good product but it really depends on the pump you’re using. I tried to fill up a SUP using a tire pump that I connect to the car battery. It literally took 30 minutes. I assume if I had gone to the gas station and used their pump then it would have filled up much faster but I want to be able to keep my boards deflated until I get to the beach then inflate them. I have two boards. I just need to arrive an hour early.

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