Intex Quick-Fill Battery Air Pump, 13.4CFM Max. Air Flow

Brand Name Intex
Model 68638WL
Rating ★★★½☆ 
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$13.99 

Easily inflate air beds and other items with this Intex Quick-Fill Battery Air Pump. It features a sleek, aerodynamic design that fits in the palm of your hand. This Intex pump easily inflates and deflates even the largest of inflatables in a flash. It's easy to use and is battery-powered so you can use it both indoors and outdoors. This airbed pump includes three nozzles in various sizes to fit different valves. It's lightweight and portable and easy to take with you for a day at a pool or beach. The unit requires six C batteries to operate (not included). It's designed to fit small, medium and large air valves making it ideal to use for a variety of pool inflatables.

Intex Quick-Fill Battery Air Pump, 13.4CFM Max. Air FlowIntex Quick-Fill Battery Air Pump, 13.4CFM Max. Air FlowIntex Quick-Fill Battery Air Pump, 13.4CFM Max. Air Flow
Intex Quick-Fill Battery Air Pump, 13.4CFM Max. Air Flow
Intex Quick-Fill Battery Air Pump, 13.4CFM Maximum Air Flow:Easy to use, ideal for airbeds or other inflatables
Sleek design to fit well in the palm of your hand
Battery powered for indoor and outdoor use
Inflates and deflates, simply change the hose connection3 assorted nozzles for different valve sizes
Requires 6 C batteries, batteries are not included
CE approved
Designed to fit small, medium and large air valves
Intex pump is ideal to use for pool inflatables
Lightweight and portable, easy to take to a beach or pool or for camping13.4CFM maximum air flow

 Customer Reviews

What an air blowin' surprise!
I bought this along with my 'classic' Intex air mattress hoping that it would work rapidly enough to fit my needs...
It surpassed all expectations! It fills the mattress in about 2 minutes to a firmness that I wouldn't have thought possible! And...battery operated!
I couldn't be happier...but...we'll have to see about the durability.MoreMO
Yes for child easy to use
Like its battery not electric use anywhereKarnow

Thought it was electric power, but it needed batteries..Monique

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