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    Air Pump For Big Agnes?

    Hey Fellow Riders


    I'm looking for a air pump for my Big Agnes Air mattress. I have the coleman air pump power by 4 D cell batteries(It's heavy). One time my batteries died on me and a fellow rally rat had an air pump that plug into his R1100RT. This pump fit into palm of his hand and he kept it on his bike.

    I tried to look for one at Harbor Frieght. Any help in finding an air pump that would fit in my hand and I can add a BMW plug to it?
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    I bought the manual pillow pump from the guys at the rally. Let's see, who sells camping gear there... um...

    Anyway, it makes a nice pillow as well & is easy to use!
    John.

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    Don't know who makes it but I would never carry a pump after seeing the fill bag a couple of my friends carry. It is basically a small duffel with a fitting on the closed end, you just snap the bag, like you would a garbage bag to fill it then squeeze the air into the mattress like an oversize frosting decorator. Found the link: https://www.bigagnes.com/Products/De...sory/Pumphouse
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    Wal mart sells a pump that is either internal battery, 110V, or 12V powered. A bit large, but it fits somewhere in the bag. Beats huffing and puffing

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    Yep, either the Exped or the Big Agnes pump will work. I liked the Exped because it doubled as a pillow. It needed an adapter to work on my BA mattress, but it self inflated & makes a nice pillow...

    An electric pump is much slower & takes up room & serves no other purpose...
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    Quote Originally Posted by pffog View Post
    Don't know who makes it but I would never carry a pump after seeing the fill bag a couple of my friends carry. It is basically a small duffel with a fitting on the closed end, you just snap the bag, like you would a garbage bag to fill it then squeeze the air into the mattress like an oversize frosting decorator. Found the link: https://www.bigagnes.com/Products/De...sory/Pumphouse
    I use one of these as well. Not as convenient as a lot of pumps, but then it takes up no packing space.
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    Quote Originally Posted by brisco View Post
    Out of business...
    I saw that. Still a great product if you find one someplace else.
    John.

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