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Silvercrest Electric Air Pump- mains or 12V powered £5.99 instore at Lidl from 2nd May
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Silvercrest Electric Air Pump- mains or 12V powered £5.99 instore at Lidl from 2nd May

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Posted 1st May

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Thought this might be useful with all the inflatable toys & camping equipment that will need blowing up over the summer months

Instore from Thursday 2nd May

Similar last year had really good reviews - choice of 2 colours


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  • Inflates pool toys, paddling pools, inflatable boats and more at the push of a button
  • High air output saves time
  • With 3 different attachments for standard stopper, screw-on and release valves

Choose from:

  • 220–240V mains powered, maximum air pressure: 0.055 bar
  • 12V cigarette lighter powered, maximum air pressure: 0.052 bar
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One has to ponder the conversation that would have taken place in relation to offering a choice of colours... “Offer it in blue as an alternative, some may find the grey offensive”.
Anyone know if these can be run continuously? E.g as an air pump for aquarium/pond. Probably not. Just asking. :/
robatt01/05/2019 15:18

Anyone know if these can be run continuously? E.g as an air pump for …Anyone know if these can be run continuously? E.g as an air pump for aquarium/pond. Probably not. Just asking. :/


I don’t think you’d want to use it for that out of choice. Aside from it being unlikely it has been designed for continuous use, these tend to be quite loud (you’d likely get a quieter running specific one) and output more air than you would want to produce through an air stone.
Hmm mm maybe I'll spray the car
Does it do 12v and 240v or are there 2 different pumps
Murgatr0yd01/05/2019 15:22

I don’t think you’d want to use it for that out of choice. Aside from it be …I don’t think you’d want to use it for that out of choice. Aside from it being unlikely it has been designed for continuous use, these tend to be quite loud (you’d likely get a quieter running specific one) and output more air than you would want to produce through an air stone.


Thanks. I ask because my pond air pump just won't accept new seals and has corroded. But I don't want to spend over 100 quid again.
robatt5 h, 41 m ago

Thanks. I ask because my pond air pump just won't accept new seals and has …Thanks. I ask because my pond air pump just won't accept new seals and has corroded. But I don't want to spend over 100 quid again.


You have Seals in your pond! How big is it??
Bbq starter 🔥
Murgatr0yd01/05/2019 15:15

One has to ponder the conversation that would have taken place in relation …One has to ponder the conversation that would have taken place in relation to offering a choice of colours... “Offer it in blue as an alternative, some may find the grey offensive”.


So, the blue ones appear to identify the cigarette lighter powered ones, and black the mains power ones.

I guess there was some need to distinguish. I managed to pick up the wrong one, and had to return the blue one...
gaijintendo1 h, 25 m ago

So, the blue ones appear to identify the cigarette lighter powered ones, …So, the blue ones appear to identify the cigarette lighter powered ones, and black the mains power ones.I guess there was some need to distinguish. I managed to pick up the wrong one, and had to return the blue one...


Useful demarcation then... so long as it’s obvious which is which.
could this pump up an inflatable tent like a vango airbeam?
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