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David Hall
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David Hall

What is the warranty on the GE20-2 and the GE21-1 pumps

Will Rogers

Hi David, we are not 100% sure but it should be min 1 year in Europe.

Lauren
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Lauren

Hello. Would you mind telling me how much of an improvement you feel the GE 20-2 is over the 20-1? Thanks for all the great videos!

neil
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neil

Hi, When I put the GE20-2 on charge via thee 240v adaptor, should the lights behind the pressure gauge come on to indicate charging?
Thanks

Scott Griffin
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Scott Griffin

I’ve been looking at the GE20 for a year. We have two 12’6″ Fanatic Ray Airs we pump to 20psi, We bought 2 of the yellow Airhead Super High Pressure 20psi pumps ($100); one died within a year. So I bought did more research and bought a Seamax SUP20D ($130) to replace it; one year later it is taking over 30 mins to get up to 20psi. Fanatic rep said that’s what you get with electric pumps; none of the ones on the market (the Bravo 20 incl) are going to last. We decided to leave the boards inflated and… Read more »

Sara
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Sara

Where can I get more fittings? I have two boards – one fits, one doesn’t.

Steve
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Steve

Hi, on the GE21, how do you know when it is fully charged ?
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Jspatch
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Jspatch

I just purchased the GE20-2 and after experimenting pumping up our boards at home for a week or so I’m a little concerned about it’s performance. I’m starting to wonder if I received a defective pump or if I’m right at the edge of this model’s capabilities. I’ve read higher pressure boards may reach the max pressure of 22 psi. I have (2) boards, both rated to a max pressure of 22 psi, however, we generally only fill them to between 19-20 psi as that range seems to provide enough stiffness for our purposes. That being said, the benchmark I’ve… Read more »

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