This portable, high-pressure electric pump for inflating stand-up paddle boards includes:
We recommend inflating paddle boards to 10-15 PSI. Use your pump with the vehicle’s engine running for faster inflation.
This product has a 30-day return policy.
This electric paddle board pump for inflatable SUPs conveniently plugs into either a 12V cigarette lighter or a car battery, making it much more convenient than most other electric SUP pumps on the market, which can only hook up to a car battery. We tested a number of electric pumps before finding the best paddle board pump, and the result is this affordable, easy-to-use product.
The handy “set it and forget it” PSI gauge on this inflatable stand-up paddle board electric pump allows you to hook it to your board, set the PSI, turn it on, and just let it do its thing: The pump will automatically shut off when the board reaches the desired inflation level (we recommend 10-15 PSI). Tower Paddle Boards inflatable SUPs have a maximum PSI of about 25, but since our inflatable paddle board electric pump only reaches up to 20 PSI, you never have to worry about potentially overinflating or damaging your board with this SUP electric pump!
Another major bonus of our best electric pump for an inflatable SUP is that it has both inflate and deflate settings. Inflate mode will fill up your board at about 1 PSI per minute, taking about half the time that it would with a hand pump; the process goes even more quickly if you keep your engine running while using our electric SUP pumps. Deflate mode only takes about four minutes to remove the air from your board so you can roll it up to be much more compact at the end of the day!
This pump includes:
A one-year manufacturer warranty is provided with this electric paddle board pump, but please note that it is not applicable to normal wear and tear or to damage sustained due to neglect, lack of maintenance, misuse, or improper storage. The manufacturer shall in no event be liable for death, injuries to person or property, or incidental, contingent, special, or consequential damages arising from the use of the pump.
Approved by Stephan Aarstol
Tip:Inflate with your engine running to shorten the inflate time