Isokinetics 2 Way Action Hand AIR Pump for Pool Floats, Exercise Balls, Rody or Hippity Hop Bouncer Hopper Balls

Our most economical model. If you only need an air pump to occasionally inflate your exercise ball or other small inflatables, this will do the job, but larger models are recommended for frequent users or for larger inflatables. User notes: This hand-held, small-sized air pump is easy to carry and store. With the small shaft size, it does take a lot of up and down strokes to fill a 65cm exercise ball. Our test required over 350 up and down strokes to fill the ball. If you pump at a steady pace with no breaks, it should about 4 minutes to fill a ball.Our most economical model. If you only need an air pump to occasionally inflate your exercise ball or other small inflatables, this will do the job, but larger models are recommended for frequent users or for larger inflatables. User notes: This hand-held, small-sized air pump is easy to carry and store. With the small shaft size, it does take a lot of up and down strokes to fill a 65cm exercise ball. Our test required over 350 up and down strokes to fill the ball. If you pump at a steady pace with no breaks, it should about 4 minutes to fill a ball.Our most economical model. If you only need an air pump to occasionally inflate your exercise ball or other small inflatables, this will do the job, but larger models are recommended for frequent users or for larger inflatables. User notes: This hand-held, small-sized air pump is easy to carry and store. With the small shaft size, it does take a lot of up and down strokes to fill a 65cm exercise ball. Our test required over 350 up and down strokes to fill the ball. If you pump at a steady pace with no breaks, it should about 4 minutes to fill a ball.Our most economical model. If you only need an air pump to occasionally inflate your exercise ball or other small inflatables, this will do the job, but larger models are recommended for frequent users or for larger inflatables. User notes: This hand-held, small-sized air pump is easy to carry and store. With the small shaft size, it does take a lot of up and down strokes to fill a 65cm exercise ball. Our test required over 350 up and down strokes to fill the ball. If you pump at a steady pace with no breaks, it should about 4 minutes to fill a ball.
Price: $10.99
(as of Apr 15,2020 17:32:01 UTC – Details)

Our most economical model. If you only need an air pump to occasionally inflate your exercise ball or other small inflatables, this will do the job, but larger models are recommended for frequent users or for larger inflatables. User notes: This hand-held, small-sized air pump is easy to carry and store. With the small shaft size, it does take a lot of up and down strokes to fill a 65cm exercise ball. Our test required over 350 up and down strokes to fill the ball. If you pump at a steady pace with no breaks, it should about 4 minutes to fill a ball.

Our most economical model. If you only need an air pump to occasionally inflate your exercise ball or other small inflatables, this will do the job, but larger models are recommended for frequent users or for larger inflatables. User notes: This hand-held, small-sized air pump is easy to carry and store. With the small shaft size, it does take a lot of up and down strokes to fill a 65cm exercise ball. Our test required over 350 up and down strokes to fill the ball. If you pump at a steady pace with no breaks, it should about 4 minutes to fill a ball.

Small, economical pump for occassional use
Pumps on the up and down strokes – Time to fill 65cm exercise ball: about 4 minutes
approx. Length: 11″ x 2″ (unextended)
assorted colors
NOTE: Does not include or support a needle nozzle (used on basketballs or exercise/balance cushions)