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Battery Powered Pump - £3.99 (was £7.99) @ Argos !!
Battery Powered Pump - £3.99 (was £7.99) @ Argos !!

Battery Powered Pump - £3.99 (was £7.99) @ Argos !!

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Ideal for quick inflation/deflation of air beds and other large volume inflatables.

Includes 3 adaptors, to fit different valve sizes.

Totally portable for use anywhere.

Requires 4 x D batteries (not included).

Read all instructions thoroughly before use.

18 Comments

Original Poster

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good...... :thumbsup:

good deal, in time for the camping season!

Reserved mine - saved me from foot pumping again... HOT

Good pump this ,we use it for our double inflatable bed and pillows for camping! :thumbsup:

These are rubbish, keep your receipts, as you'll likely be taking them back

I'm not voting them cold though, as the price is still a deal, but my missus bought one last year for blowing up some balloons for a party, at it failed miserably.

Nice post, I have just reserved one. Hope TopBear's comments don't relate to the one I bought.

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TopBear;2319270

These are rubbish, keep your receipts, as you'll likely be taking them … These are rubbish, keep your receipts, as you'll likely be taking them backI'm not voting them cold though, as the price is still a deal, but my missus bought one last year for blowing up some balloons for a party, at it failed miserably.



Not really intended for balloons that require high pressure, they are intended for inflatable items like camp beds and paddling pools that need large volumes of air but not particularly high pressure.

Hmmmm - i have one of these....not the best to be honest and the batteries wear out MEGA quickly but as long as you stock up on batteries you'll be fine! :thumbsup:

I bought one of these last year. I am afraid to say it is absolutely rubbish.

TopBear;2319270

These are rubbish, keep your receipts, as you'll likely be taking them … These are rubbish, keep your receipts, as you'll likely be taking them backI'm not voting them cold though, as the price is still a deal, but my missus bought one last year for blowing up some balloons for a party, at it failed miserably.



There are dedicated balloon pumps for that i bet this is great for large items.

Yeah got one of these. You'd be better off saving your money, going to the pet shop, buying half a dozen hamsters and training them to blow into a tube - they would blow things up more quickly than this.

an alternative

maplin.co.uk/Mod…5m6

(double cylinder footpump @ £4.99)

I got this pump and never had a problem *yet* I use it for my daughters ball pit.

Bought two of these and never had any problems using it for the purpose it is intended, i.e. matresses, ball pit, paddling pools and not inflating balloons.

Banned

We also have one of these, for a double mattress. Takes ages to blow up, eats batteries (make sure you have spares if relying on it when camping) and doesn't really get the mattress as hard as I like it. We use it to blow the mattress up to almost there, then switch to a regular foot pump to do the rest.

I used this pump around 5 times over the past few weeks when at a few music festivals, also let friends borrow it. I'm quite impressed, saves a lot of time and energy. As mentioned it does struggle a little when you get your airbed to near full but you just blow into the inlet and that finishes the job off. Hot from me

Sorry peeps my one is going back, there is more puff coming from my hamsters backside than this pump. When I returned them I asked how many had been returned at the store, she then stated 5 so far.

Yes before anyone says anything I have used new good quality batteries.

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