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OEX Dry Pump

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Fully inflate your OEX SI mat with totally dry air, avoiding internal mould build-up.

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Product code: 15904993 / 324806

Fully inflate your OEX SI mat with totally dry air, avoiding internal mould build-up.

Useful for the OEX Traverse IMX  & Fulcrum EV  sleeping mats, this Dry Pump prevents internal mould - unlike blowing up with your breath.

Just connect it to your mat, open the end of the bag and fill with air, twist the top down to inflate the mat.
13 x 15
Mountain, Touring, Trekking, Backpacking, Duke of Edinburgh's Award Expeditions, Festival, Hiking

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2.17 out of 5
6 reviews
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2.17 out of 5


Excellent I agree with gazza53. I bought 2 today and tried them out in the store in case of any leaks. From totally deflated to fully pumped. Took between 4&5 pumps it's just technique.

2.17 out of 5

Waste of time

This is a great idea, it really is. I wish it worked.
The pump is just to hard to fill and the capacity is to small. Takes ages, like so long!! You end up giving up and puffing it in.

2.17 out of 5

Don't see what the problem is

Not quite sure what the problem is from the other reviews. Yes it would be nice if it was included with a mat - but the mats are cheap and would be more expensive if they included the pump. Yes the design would be improved a bit if it was cyclindrical rather than two flat panels. But - it's not that hard to stick your hand inside to open it up and fill with air, roll the top down a turn or two and run your hand down to inflate. Do this 4 or 5 times and the mat is inflated with air that is as dry as you can get it without dessicant. Works fine.

2.17 out of 5

OEX Dry Pump

This is shocking! I was given this as a present along with the Traverse mat. Very happy with the mat, this pump however is utter rubbish...It's as if they challenged the designers to come up with the worst possible design and they all went out hell for leather to outdo each other and came up with this miserable bit of useless tat, Why not a simple hand ball pump similar to those found on a manual bp machine, lightweight, compact and efficient. Come on OEX sort this out. Please!

2.17 out of 5

Essential but useless

Needed for fully inflated airbeds - without creating a moisture trap. Why not include with mattress?
Not a great design - which is a pity.

2.17 out of 5

Dose the job but the design is irritatingly flawed

Dose the job and is easier then blowing up by lung but why ohh why oex did you not make the dry sack cylindrical and then stitch and tape or seam weld the valve on , currently the design is two flat panels welded together, great for use as dry bag but useless at catching air, if it was a cylinder the bag would stay open and it would be easy to trap the air inside.

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