big_d wrote:thanks for the responses I appreciate it,
at the moment i couldnt afford the bravo pump, so it would be a 40 dollar department store one,
the only thing im concerned with is if it is going to have enough pressure to fill it, I do see why it would not, but i've read that some times it doesnt, eventually im sure i will have both a manual and electric, but i only want to buy one at the moment
Yep, the Bravos are a bit expensive. The pump you showed above will only get your kite semi-inflated, maybe 2 psi, and then you'll have to hand pump the rest of the way. I am sure there are others using something similar to the one shown, but you need a piston pump to get the higher psi. Dpending on the kite size you will still need to pump 25-60 additional strokes (up and down) with a hand pump.
There are other threads about this topic if you search. The various pumps, air tanks, compressors have been discussed a fair amount. Some people seem OK with a compressor rigged in their vehicles, or lugging around compressed air tanks (e.g. scuba type), and some satisfied with 2 psi from a smaller blower like you show, but I like the Bravo the best. Some people have had problems with malfunctions but I have had one for 5 years and it's still going strong (except for the battery, which only lasts about 2-3 years). I keep mine out of the sand and elements as much as possible, and clean the interior parts occasionally - no big deal.
If I can get 6 years of service out of the original parts I'll be very satisfied. I've probably inflated at least 1000 kites with it already. which translates to about 30 cents/inflation. And the replacement parts are readily available. There are 5 or 6 components that can be replaced in less than 30 minutes requiring nothing more than a screwdriver.