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The Therm-a-Rest NeoAir Mini Pump is a battery operated air pump for filling your Therm-a-Rest NeoAir® mattress. This 2.3 ounce little guy is a savior for your lungs, with the ability to prep your bed in just around 3 minutes. It access just two AAA batteries, which helps keep the weight down, but keep in mind they don't come included. Save your breath and enjoy a mattress filled to whatever firmness you desire.
FEATURES of the Therm-a-Rest NeoAir Mini Pump
Flip it open and watch your mattress inflate
The new NeoAir pump, powered by two AAA batteries, inflates NeoAir mattresses to the perfect level of comfort"around three minutes
The small, ultralight unit is easy to pack on any adventure
Rated 3 out of
Great ideaThis is a great idea but not the quality I have come to expect from this company. When I brought it home I went to install the batteries. After removing the plastic part to install the batteries, the metal contact point fell off and onto the ground. Lucky for me I was not out in the woods and I was able to find the part that fell off. I was able to put it back on but it is loose and will fall off again. Once I got the batteries installed it worked fine. I hope this is just a fluke occurrence. I just hope I remember to be careful when it comes time to replace the batteries.
Date published: 2015-04-18
Rated 5 out of
Good things do come in small packagesI have been using this handy little item for over a year now. I was concerned about the price per utility factor when I first bought this, however I was also tired of inflating mattresses and was also concerned about putting all the moist air into my mattress from inflating by mouth. I now do not regret the price whatsoever as it has been such a positive addition to my pack. I liked this idea better than a "pump bag" as those can be hard to use inside a small tent when the weather turns foul. Also, its hands free once running so I can walk away and start on other tasks. Since ordering this, it has become one of the items that truly brings a smile when I unpack it at camp. YES, it is a luxury but 2 ozs never felt so good!
The valve will fit a wide variety of stem type inflation valves, its rather quiet and will inflate my 2.5" pad in minutes. I still need to add an extra breath or two for maximum inflation if needed but I am very happy with its power. I can not say exactly how many uses I get per set of batteries as I try and start a trip with all new batteries and use the half lifes when I get back home. I can say when I first bought it i used new batteries and the pump made it through multiple nights on the same 2 batteries. Battery life exceeded expectations, lets just say that.
My only cautions! Pack it carefully so you don't dump it out on the ground somewhere (its small) and also so the lid for the nipple will not open by accident. The lid does not lock down tight and once it pops up, the fan starts running which is also a great feature for making this easy and simple to use, so just put a rubber band around it tight when not in use or remove the batteries until needed. Think of it as a useful place to store back up batteries. Also be prepared for a whole lot of "dude, can i borrow that?"
Date published: 2014-11-30
Rated 5 out of
Not Dizzy Anymore! (Arguable)I use various Therm-a-Rest sleeping pads throughout the year, both motorcycle camping and hiking. The NeoAir XLites are great, but are not self-inflating, and can take 20 to 30 deep breaths to fill completely. Before getting the NeoAir Mini Pump, at higher altitudes, filling the sleeping pad could be a chore that left my flat-lander head spinning (more than normal). Now, when I set up camp, I just hook up my Mini Pump and walk away to work on something else while the Mini Pump does its thing. It's a time saver.
Very easy to use, standard AAA batteries last me two full weeks of camping, if not more, lightweight, and doesn't take up any more room in the pack than a granola bar.
Date published: 2016-09-19
Rated 5 out of
A Guilty PleasureI have been working real hard to get my base weight down to 10 1/2 pounds. But then last year on the John Muir Trail I was not looking forward to blowing up my XTherm at 11,000ft plus after 20 mile days. At 61 YO with blood pressure meds that can make one a little dizzy with exertion at low elevations, it was such a pleasure to set up the NeoAir mini pump and have my XTherm ready to hop on in less time than it took to get my tarp set up. At 65 grams, it easily powered inflations on my 11 days on the JMT, adding a few extra manual puff myself for fine tuning. The same batteries have been in for a year and still blowing up pads for my family of three. The pack weight for this unit is offset by the dual purpose of being backup batteries that also power my Fenix LD02 flashlight. And my wife doesn't complain now when she gets the detail to blow up pads for us while I'm setting up the tent & my son is firing up the stove, which is almost worth the weight in gold. Yes this could be considered a little fragile but all my ultralight gear needs to be treated with great care so this hasn't been an issue.
Date published: 2015-12-08
Rated 3 out of
Saves me going light headed but takes a whileI bought this as a car camping luxury as I was finding that i was going very lighted headed from inflating my neoair by breath alone.
It's a bit noisy and slow to inflate the mattress but gets there leaving me to get on with setting up camp or cooking.
I found the rubber nozzle sometimes comes loose, so make sure the mattress valve is well inserted and keep an eye on it. Making sure your mattress is laid out and able to inflate without obstruction helps too.
If you've space to pack /carry and the cash to buy its a nice luxury. If your going light and skint don't bother
Date published: 2016-10-12
Rated 1 out of
mini pump out of breathWe recieved these pomp associated with the neoair all season mattress.
None of the two pumps were able to pump up the mattresses even with new (non rechargeble) batteries and waiting 15 minutes pumping.
Date published: 2016-08-10
Rated 3 out of
A convenience - saves set up time.This item is a convenience. If you don't mind a few extra grams, it inflates a thermarest mattress in reasonable time. The device itself is light, but the batteries (2 x AA) carry a weight penalty. I cycle them with other devices to save weight, as this thing only gets limited use. The construction is just okay - it's only light plastic - so it needs to be treated with care. I don't expect it to last like some of my other kit, but then again, the cost isn't high. I've also used it as a hair dryer in the field... lol... scored me some laughs.
Date published: 2014-11-03
Rated 4 out of
nelly md from
The Little Motor That CouldI bought this for use on our xtherms this winter and it works pretty well. Lightweight even with the batteries installed. It has inflated two xtherms (both large) about 5 times each so far and the batteries are still holding charge. We call it "The little motor that could" because it makes the cutest little whirring sound - like if GI Joe and Barbie owned a mini Dyson, thats what it would sound like.
It takes around 3 minutes to inflate about 70ish%, then it plateaus, which for me is perfect because I dont sleep on a fully inflated pad. A few extra breaths is needed for a firmer sleep.
In summary, its light, has a long battery life, and simply does the trick! Only downside is the price, but thanks to Moosejaw rewards, this baby was free-99!
Will this pump work with the Big Agnes Q core insulated pad?
Asked by: Caipira
Thanks for reaching out to us! If i had to pick just one word to describe your comment, the one word would be this: cromulent. But, yes, this pump will work with the Big Agnes Q core insulated pad. Hope this helped you out.