Estimated Arrival: Between Dec 10 and Dec 13. *ETA to the USA Only
Bravo 2000 is a dual motor pump that puts out 2000 liters of air per minute and can generate 5psi of air pressure. 2 meter hose in both available in 120v and 230v!
The Bravo 2000 is our workhorse air pump for sealed air inflatables. US voltage will be shipped unless specified otherwise.
The pump is stocked in Florida in both 120v and 230v with European plug.
☑ V: 120, 230
☑ W - Basic: 1000
☑ W - With booster: 2000
☑ Flow - Basic: 1200 l/min
☑ Flow - With booster: 2000 l/min
☑ Pressure - Basic: 2.0 PSI
☑ Pressure - With booster: 5.8 PSI
☑ Weight: 12
☑ Dimensions: 16 × 12 × 8
How AquaBanas Work
AquaBanas have a modular design that allow them to operate as a single unit or to be seamlessly connected together to form larger Bana Systems. There are 3 Foundation Banas that are instrumental in creating an AquaBanas system:
☑ Inflated Back Rests
☑ Gator Mouth Flaps
☑ Anchor Rings For Tent
☑ Non-Slip Top Surface
☑ Quick-Step Access
☑ Stable Ballast Bags
☑ Dual Inflation Valves
☑ Netted Footwells
☑ Rock Solid Table
☑ Cooler Cut-Out
All AquaBanas decks and components use a standardized connection system that has (2) D-Rings located 80” apart. Each set of these D-Rings features a 120” wide Gator Mouth flap that firmly holds a non-slip Gap Cap material that prevents anyone from stepping through the butted seam. The decks are held together primarily with (2) chains of #316 Stainless Steel Quick Link connectors connected to the rings. The chains are then covered with a wrap.
All AquaBanas products are built to the highest commercial inflatable standards including full welding of all drop stitch products. Welded seams eliminate any possibility of seam failure that many drop stitch products are prone to.
Also, an additional layer of vinyl material is added to every seam, along with our trim strip material for added strength.
How to set up?
*Because these are highly specialized products and will sell out, the manufacturer does not accept returns*
Please see Aquabanas FAQs here