WAKOODA Electric Pump Valve Stem with torque tabs Patent Pending for FAST Inflation with and Halkey Roberts H3 Inflation Valves

May 14, 2018 - Comment

Inflation valve stem with torque tabs allows an easy connection from a high pressure air supply to your inflatable SUP, inflatable kayak or RIB. The schreader valve or car/bike tire inflation valve connects easily to a compressor or other electric pumps commonly used for fast inflation. The hook locks make a positive lock on the

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Inflation valve stem with torque tabs allows an easy connection from a high pressure air supply to your inflatable SUP, inflatable kayak or RIB. The schreader valve or car/bike tire inflation valve connects easily to a compressor or other electric pumps commonly used for fast inflation. The hook locks make a positive lock on the board, kayak or rib valve. An X-washer is standard that fits Halkey Roberts H3 valves as well as a wide range of valves on iSUP like Wakooda boards and others. We include an extra washer so you can adjust the fit to make an air tight connection.

Product Features

  • Fast High Pressure inflation valve for quick iSUP, kayak or RIB inflation
  • Ergonomic torque tabs or wings make it easy to twist on and off
  • Fits all Halkey Roberts H3 Inflation Valves and Wakooda, Wahoo, Tower, Red Paddle, Isle Explorer, SeaEagle, Hala and Sevylor Board Valves
  • Use any car or bike tire inflator that connects to a schreader inflation valve
  • Standard X-washer and an additional flat washer allow connection to a wide variety of valves

Comments

Vigilante says:

Useless Good quality product. Fits Starboard inflatable board. Unfortunately it takes forever to inflate the board even the last few bit. If you are going to use car’s tire compressor, don’t even think about getting this adaptor. 10 minuts wount be enought to move from 5 psi to 6 psi. That is my expirience. Inflatable boards need high volume air flow. I guess I should’ve thought about it before I placed the order.

Ozz says:

Great Idea. Poor in practice. It does what it says, but it takes forever to get it done. I promise, you will go back to manual pumping. This takes a very, very long time. How long I’m not sure. Never waited long enough to see. Tried it fir 30 mins straight with a dewalt air compressor that powers my tools….I gave up. Please understand I am a lazy, lazy man. EVEN I WENT BACK TO MANUAL! I wanted so badly for this to work but unfortunately it’s not to be for me.

mattemaker says:

It seemed like a great idea… I was very excited to try this out but it was very hard to attach. We finally took a rubber seal from the hand pump and added that. Then it worked. But Oh so slow. We literally had one pumped by hand fully to 15 psi before the 12 volt pump even registered on the gauge. The pump was the CAT brand sold at Costco fully charged. So, I’m not sure if I’m missing something about how this is supposed to work but you could have a picnic while waiting for it to fill I suppose.

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