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The Big Agnes Pumphouse Pad Pump is a multi-use dry sack for plenty of backcountry needs. The Pumphouse Pad Pump allows for a little bit of luxury in the woods, without sacrificing weight. The lightweight Cordura fabric is highly abrasion resistant and ready to take on the outdoors. The bag can be used as stuff sack or dry sack for separating or hanging onto your gear during the hike. When you arrive at camp, pump up your sleeping pad while resting precious lung capacity. Then head over to the water source, fill up, and prep for dinner with fresh water. Once you've eaten, fill it up with more water and enjoy a quick shower to remove a bit of the trail-stink.
FEATURES of the Big Agnes Pumphouse Pad Pump
The Pumphouse can be used as a stuff sack, pad pump, dry sack, pillow, water carrier, backcountry shower and more
19.5 x 12 in.
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Rated 2 out of
Kind of a HassleI normally love Big Agnes products, and I bought this expecting it would save my lungs and keep moisture out of my pad. Turns out you just take five times longer than everyone else to fill up your pad, and look dumb doing it. The pump is also a lot bigger than you would think. It doesn't make a very good pillow either, even if you stuff it with clothes, because the thin material sticks to your face.,,,,It will do what you want it to do if you put enough time into it, but overall I don't think it's worth the hassle.
Date published: 2012-12-12
Rated 3 out of
I can recommend it only as a pad pump and stuff sackI purchased it two years ago - primarily because I was concerned about moisture from my breath degrading the insulation in my pad. The Pumphouse does make an excellent pad pump, but fails completely as an inflatable pillow or a dry sack. As dry sack it definitely won't keep the contents dry in case of submersion in water or heavy rain. When I tried using the Pumphouse as an inflatable pillow, the air inside had disappeared within an hour. I can recommend it only as a pad pump and stuff sack.,,
Date published: 2011-10-14
Rated 4 out of
It's the lightest device I have found to inflate my Big Agnes pads and leave them clean inside.At 1.5 oz it's light. My lungs exhale wet warm air. Blow up pads with lungs and they collect nasty funky stuff inside. You will collect water, saliva, and condensation in your pad from your lungs. The funk in your pad will soon weigh more than the Pump House. I like the clean, dryer air I inflate with using the Pump House. Not good as a pillow. It doesn't hold air long term, Never tried it as a shower? Since I keep it in my tent, I use it only as a pump. As a stuff sack I fear it may become a "smellable" Bears like smellables. :-( It lives in the stuff sack with my pad. We both seem happy with that. With my big cushy pad it takes up to 15 pumps. A little clumsy at first, but I won't camp without it now. Several of my camping buddies now use them after seeing mine.,,Happy trails! Joe
Date published: 2014-01-03
Rated 4 out of
Good pump for air inflatablesI have not tried this bag as anything other than a pump and a dirty clothes bag (even though it is advertised as many uses) because it is actually quite thin and I don't want to risk puncturing it as it actually does very well s a pump and I don't have to worry about carrying a heavy bulky pump and batteries. The bag is really light and makes inflating pads a breeze once you get the hang of it. It weighs less than 2oz so the added weight to my pack is negligible.
Date published: 2014-08-11
Rated 4 out of
Bottom line is the BA Pumphouse Pumps well but not great for anyting elseIf you use this for pumping up your air mat it works very well once you get the hang of it. 5-6 pumps and I have my full length pad fully inflated. Any other uses like as a pillow, portable shower or carrying water it doesn't get the job done very well. Using it as a stuff sack works fine. The size is a lot bigger than expected but it still weighs only 1.5oz which is well worth it unless you like being light headed.
Date published: 2009-12-04
Rated 5 out of
Awesome product, light weight, and gets the job done, a must have....After two years of trips using my big Agnes air core mattress and inflating it the old fashion way including getting winded and dizzy from inflating. Try this at high altitude what a buzz. Then I found the pump house and now inflating is a breeze literally and I am not doing the inflating or getting dizzy. Fantastic product...I have to keep my eye on my pump house as everyone wants to borrow.
Date published: 2014-03-24
Rated 2 out of
Nice stuff sack with a hole in the bottom.The concept behind this seems good, but unless you're in an open, windy area it's pretty useless. It takes me way less time to just blow up my 78" Dual Core BA pad. The "Pumphouse" has turned into my kitchen utensil and survival kit bag.,,,,
Date published: 2013-12-04
Rated 3 out of
I'm too impatientGood idea. It does work, but I'm impatient. And I kinda like the buzz you get from huffing and puffing to blow up your air mattress. It's a free high that won't get you fired from work?