Seattle Sports Super Deluxe Bilge Pump

Retailers' Descriptions

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Combine a tough, oversized metal pump shaft with a clear plastic body and our easy-gip rubber overmolded handle, and you've got the Super Deluxe Bilge Pump by Seattle Sports, a great performing pump. An oversized float ensures your pump will be easily spotted if dropped overboard and a reflective band aids your visibility.The distinctive clear body allows you to see the pump action in operation, making it a great teaching tool for young paddlers as well!Although not needed or included, a 1 in internal diameter hose can be added to the output valve to route water away from your boat.


Super Deluxe Kayak Bilge Pump - The Super Deluxe Bilge Pump will get water out of your boat in a hurry! The outfitter-grade, super strong aluminum shaft offers reliable 8 gallon per minute pumping capacity. An ergonomically contoured, over-molded handle improves grip and comfort. Reflective webbing on the float collar offers better visibility in low-light conditions.

- Outdoorplay

The Seattle Sports Super Deluxe bilge pump offers everything you've ever wanted in a bilge pump. Features an easy-grab handle, super-strong pump shaft and heavy-duty, impact-resistant plastic. Perfect for showing kids who are learning about paddling, a clear plastic body lets you see the pump in action. Foam collar keeps the Seattle Sports Super Deluxe Bilge Pump afloat if accidentally dropped overboard. Reflective highlights increases visibility.


Seattle Sports Super Deluxe Bilge Pump

previously retailed for:
$21.93 - $28.90

The Seattle Sports Super Deluxe Bilge Pump is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen December 17, 2015 at

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