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I really like this pad. The valves work great. It’s a beast to blow up. I took the klymit air-sack, cut the male adapter off and modified my snozel waterproof bag. The snozel now fits the klymit air pad and blows it up with just a singl sack of air. It also doubles as a waterproof sack for my quilt.
So basically you're saying you had to spend close to $50 to get a proper functioning pumpbag? Seems like a bit much to me. After doing some time consuming research on the matter, it seems to be a pain in the ass to get a decent pumpag for this pad. Too bad, I guess i'll pass on the pumpbag.
Well, I to did a lot of research, and tried different ideas posted on the net. I was hoping this new bag would do the trick? Nope it really failed. However it did have the one piece I needed and that was the correct male valve that locks into my Klymit pads. We have two pads regular and extra large. Both are exhausting to inflate after this 55 year old is done hiking for the day. So it works great and has held up.. I have no idea why klymit can’t figure this out. Good luck.
@AT2020 As other comments have mentioned, the valves seem to be proprietary, unfortunately... I ended up giving up on the idea of getting a pumpbag (apparently the Klymit Rapid Air Pump isn't great), I don't want to spend $30 in something I'm not even sure will work properly.