I had several Bravos...the quality sux, they break quickly.
I expect a higher quality from Black & Dekker...let's see, I ordered one.
Will test if it pumps with high volume first.
Toby, I am curious to hear your review of the B&D. I'm curious about the battery capacity. A fully charged Scoprega could inflate at least 2 to 3 medium size kites. Speed of inflation is about the same as doing it by hand, but obviously a lot less work. (I know it sounds lazy, but if you are pumping up lots of kites every day it's a nice thing to have). The automatic 2-stage system and auto-shut off are great features.
I had a few early model Scoprega pumps that failed quickly (it was a problem with the plastic fan wheel overheating, warping, and then causing friction and failure)
Scoprega warrantied the product for me and upgraded me to a newer/improved model - that was at least 4 years ago. The original battery lasted 3 years but the battery I replaced it with from Radio Shack (around $35) only lasted a year or so. So I need to find another good quality battery...
but otherwise I've been very happy with the Scoprega, and the new ones look even better.
nrs has a pump that is for inflatable sup boards its tall and works amazing. With the new ozone valves I can pump my 15 meter in about a minute. I have also seen a couple other sup pumps that would work really well.
What model is the one from NRS?