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Cyclaire Inflator Xtra Camping / Air Bed / Bike / Cycle Pull Cord Inflator Pump


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  • Pull cord inflator system
  • 560 litres / minute expected output
  • Suitable for domestic inflatables
  • No Batteries or Electricity

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  • Manufacturer reference: MISC3
  • ASIN: B0015RWXY8
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 11 Mar. 2008
  • Average Customer Review: 1.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (8 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 252,533 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Cycalire Technology is a patented British invention. Winner of SKY TVs The Big Idea. The Cyclaire Inflator Xtra is a small, manually operated pump that really puts out big volumes of air quickly. It can inflate an airbed in about 1 minute! This XTRA version is supplied with sand cap and filter for beach and outdoor use.

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By C. F. Halliday on 15 Aug. 2011
I have used this product on only three occasions. Each time to inflate a double camping air mattress. The first time appeared to be ok but very noisy. Not the kind of thing you want to start using later in the evening on a campsite. On the second time I encountered a few problems. One of which was that the pull cord would not fully retract into the unit, leaving me a small distance in which to pull aforementioned cord. Also, it seemed to take longer than the first time to blow the mattress up. My wife and I have just returned from a weekend away and this piece of carp (sic is now lying in the dustbin. After over an hour of trying to inflate our mattress (taking it in turns)and ending up with the cord fully extended and not retracting at all, we gave up with still a long way to go. With luck however, a couple came to our rescue and let me borrow their inflator. The type that works from a cigarette lighter in the car.

Before ditching this, I took it apart and was appalled at the poor build quality that has gone into this. The cord recoil is just a rubber strap that twists on itself. What a joke.
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great product... as long as you don't expect it to inflate Lei's for kitesurfing. i bought the product due to the cyclaire site recommending it for kite inflation. this product can move air quickly, but not against a gradient. it is neither a sealed unit or in possession of a non-back flow valve...both essential to push air to 9psi, that required for a LEI. it will inflate a kite half way but no more... then the air just comes back out through the casing. imagine trying to blow up a balloon with holes in your cheeks... nough said.

handy for airbeds.. not so for a kite enthusiast.

i too contacted cyclaire to discuss their miss-selling... no reply.
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I bought one from a charity shop for £4 rather than from here, but I thought it worth adding my own experience just to add further weight to the other reviews.

We were initially impressed by the graph on the side of the box indicating its airflow capability compared to other pumps, and on playing with it in the shop discretely could tell that indeed air did come through the tube.

However, get it home and try to use it properly and you see that the airflow isn't actually any more than what comes out of your lungs, it makes a total racket, and when you plug it in to your airbed you find all the air is escaping out of all the leaky gaps in the construction and barely any is actually getting into the bed.

So shame on Amazon for still listing it, shame on the manufacturer for not having withdrawn it, and shame on trading standards for not having shut the manufacturer down; in my case, at least I made a donation to the RSPCA, people who still buy it here even after reading these reviews won't even have that.
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By Jayme Morgan on 6 April 2012
The second time I used this the cord failed to retract into the body rendering the pump useless. It also made a mess as the coating on the cord came off allover my tent. Go for one that uses a 12V supply for a better outcome.
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