Why Wait When you can just open up a regular ones, and take on of the one way vaulves out and have it only push air out on the down stroke?Cabrinha is going to have a new pump next year. ItÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s a one way pump, only pushes air on the downstroke. Sounds like a good idea for saving the back.
All I want is a real pump- the current ones are lame plain and simple- screw WalMart and the pumps they are selling. You would think some one would see a real chance to market a LEADING pump instead of all the followers on the market now. Ones with lifetime warrantees that are solutions to the problem not band-aids for issues like leaking hoses, broken handles, weak threads that the entire pump comes apart.....- I am a consumer that personally thinks if they sell a real pump made like the space shuttle then this would be a huge step forward and they could sell a high quality one to those of us that have better things to do like get out and kite - not do preventative maintence on a 7 dollare pump getting all greasy and full of duct tape in the process......This is a opportunity for someone in the industry to step up- I know guys would buy these.....
I don't know how it works. Someone I know who does whitewater kayakingschmoe wrote: ... theflyingtinman, how does this inflation bag works? Are you flying foils now?
I was wondering if I was the only person that thought about this. Everyone should know lots of back injuries come from picking up something from a stooped over position. The pumping position puts you in that very vulnerable stance, and pumping air on the upstroke can easily strain the lower back muscles.schmoe wrote:Sounds like a good idea for saving the back.
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