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NRS Kayak Bilge Pump + Float



Beats sitting in a waterlogged boat.

While it might be the least glamorous part of your boating setup, the Kayak Bilge Pump with Float from NRS is one of the unsung heroes. This pump features a durable plastic housing, stainless steel screws, and a foam grip pad that helps it to float if it goes overboard. 

  • Durable plastic housing
  • Foam float and grip pad
  • Stainless steel screws
  • Pumps 8 gallons per minute
  • Item #NRS004H

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>Rating: 5


I've put it through the wringer

It does well filling my other friends boats with water as well as cooling them off... I guess it is good for getting water out of my boat as well! What more can you ask for!

>Rating: 5

Life-Saving Cooling and Water Fights!

I've put it through the wringer

This pump can move some serious water with relatively little effort. I have bliged a partially swamped 12ft boat that did not have bulkheads using two of these pumps in less than 10 minutes. It floats and is nice and lightweight. My two favorite features are that it provides endless fun for surprise water fights and was critical to keeping me cool on Lake Powell in the middle of the summer. I could take up water in the pump and spray it behind my PFD, on my head etc. Great value for money!

>Rating: 5

Gotta have it

I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

If you're going to boat in a hard shell, you need a bilge... no two ways about it. This thing is high volume, high visibility, and overall great (inexpensive) investment in your fun out on the water.

>Rating: 5

A must have

I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

This is a must have for anyone that kayaks or canoes. I leave this strapped to my kayak so its always within reach. If it ever falls off, its highly visible and it floats. What more could you want?