Wayne Chim wrote a review of Therm-a-Rest NeoAir Mini Pump on June 14, 2014
Familiarity: I've used it several times
I usually camp with my girlfriend, therefore I have to blow up two pads. The Klymit Static V pad that I have is fine, give or take 14 breaths and it'll be filled. But my Therm-a-rest Neo Air pad... takes 36 sometimes 40 breaths to be filled. After doing that a couple times, I realized I needed a better solution. In comes this mini pump.
The pump is small, which is great. When I first powered it on and tried to inflate my Neo Air, it was slow... going on 7 minutes and it wasn't even 1/2 filled. But that was my fault though, I shouldn't have used old batteries. After I put in some fresh batteries, this thing was roaring.
Therm-a-rest's claim that the pump will inflate a standard Neo Air in just three minutes is a little off, but I don't mind. I timed the inflation process and in 3 minutes 50 seconds, air was flowing back out of the pump which indicates that it wasn't going to go any further (honestly, air was flowing back out a little earlier than that, but I was slow to hit the timer, oh wells). The pad needed only one good breath or two breaths to be completely firm.
I am not nitpicking about the 50 seconds. I am thankful that I no longer have to blow into pads until I felt faint, dizzy and lightheaded. I'm never going camping without this mini pump!
On another note, I used this pump for my Neo Air pillows and it took almost no time for those to be inflated. I know, I know, those pillows don't take much to inflate manually in the first place... but just a note for the lazy people.