The 8 Best Electric Ball Pumps

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This wiki has been updated 17 times since it was first published in January of 2019. Nothing ruins a game faster than an underinflated ball. Fortunately, you have some good options when it comes to pumps you can use to keep inflatables at their optimal pressure. Our selections include battery-powered models that you can use on the field or court as well as some that can also fill automobile tires in your garage or if you're stranded on the side of the road. When users buy our independently chosen editorial choices, we may earn commissions to help fund the Wiki.

1. TorrX Smart

2. Keenstone Automatic

3. Oasser Inflator

Editor's Notes

March 07, 2019:

While there are lots of quality electric air pumps available, only a few are specifically designed for balls, and we ranked them higher on our list. It's just super convenient to be able to use them on the field or the court without having to find a power outlet. We especially liked the needle-protection feature on the Torxx Smart model. If you've ever broken an inflation needle inside a ball, you'll know why.

4. Champion Sports Deluxe

5. Aiskki Cordless

6. Champion Sports Ultra-Quiet

7. Wagan Dual Compressor

8. Kiasaki Inflator

Joseph Perry
Last updated by Joseph Perry

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