NRS 5" Barrel Pump

Sale price$229.95


The NRS 5" Barrel Pumps design allows for quick inflation and has a simple, durable design. Molded reinforced base provides sure footing while pumping. A necessity for your raft set up.

NRS 5" Barrel Pump Features

  • Action: Inflate and deflate (deflation requires the assistance of an additional hose)
  • Pump Dimensions: 5" Dia. x 2.5 Tall
  • Volume Per Stroke: 2.03 Gal. (7.7 Liters)
  • Hose Length: 6 6"
  • Weight: 10 lbs.
  • Warranty: 5 year
  • Wide base and Carry handle
  • The NRS Barrel pump combines a wide base for sure footing while inflating a raft.
  • Rugged one-way check valve lets this pump work with all types of inflation valves.
  • The 6.5 flexible hose tucks into the webbing carry handle for storing on your raft.
  • This 5" diameter pump stands 2.5 high and has a stroke volume of 1.8 Gal / Stroke, 6.7 L/ Stroke.
  • 5-year warranty

We want to ensure that you are getting the best gear, with the best service, at the best price!

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