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David Hall
David Hall
1 year ago

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

Will Rogers
1 year ago
Reply to  David Hall

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

Lauren
Lauren
1 year ago

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!

Lauren
Lauren
1 year ago
Reply to  Reuben Ellis

Thank you. I’m not really clear what the switching unit is, but I’ll see if I can figure that out.

neil
neil
1 year ago

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

neil
neil
1 year ago
Reply to  Reuben Ellis

Thank you for your reply. The pump I have has no lights for battery charging but they do show up when the pump is running. I took it back to the shop and we tested another one new from the box and it was the same. The pump I brought had two differences to the ones I see on the reviews. 1. The hose, where it connects to the pump has Two red thinner o-rings and fits deep into the outlet port. 2. The large rubber foot is now four corner feet/suction pads. I was wondering if they have different… Read more »

neil
neil
1 year ago
Reply to  Reuben Ellis

Email sent to Scoprega: Hello. I brought a Bravo 20-2 0n the 14/06/2019. When I plug the charger in, no charging light comes on near the pressure gauge. I took it back to the shop, and we tested another one . No charging on that either. Ive seen two reviews online and they have charging lights. Please help. Thank you. Reply: Thank you for your message. The GE 20-2 version, has not the light indication on the pressure gauge while the charger is connected to the inflator. You can see its status after having charged the battery (for 7-8 hours),… Read more »

Scott Griffin
Scott Griffin
1 year ago

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 »

Scott Griffin
Scott Griffin
9 months ago
Reply to  Reuben Ellis

Hi Reuben,
Did you ever get an answer from Bravo?

Sara
Sara
1 year ago

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

Steve
Steve
1 year ago

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

daljit
daljit
1 year ago
Reply to  Reuben Ellis

Hi Reuben

I also have just bought the GE21 and am charging it but there are no lights – how do i know when it is fully charged?

Jspatch
Jspatch
1 year ago

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 »

Claire
Claire
10 months ago
Reply to  Reuben Ellis

I’d be interested to hear your thoughts on this, I’m in need of a new pump and need to get at least two boards to 18-20psi. If this pump isn’t up to it then I might as well go for a cheaper version and do some by hand (as I do now). Also, at this price point, why on earth can’t you deflate as well!? Surely you just swap the hoses over?

Claire
Claire
10 months ago
Reply to  Reuben Ellis

HI Reuben   Thanks for getting back to me. The manufacturer says the 20-2 is inflation only otherwise it might damage the pump – perhaps this is something that has become apparent as people are using it to deflate and they are getting returns. I see that there is a GE 25 HP on the Scoprega site – is this the new version do you know? (eek, just seen a price £599!) The STX says includes battery, but there are no details about charging etc. Just says 12v and runs off car battery (or mains lead?) Does it pump more… Read more »

Last edited 10 months ago by Claire

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