AHMV-1

AIRHEAD Multi-Valve

AIRHEAD Multi-Valve

Description

The AIRHEAD Multi-Valves inflate with speed and flexibility.

Features

  • Fits all Airhead Boston Valve inflatables
  • Bright red color for increased visibility
  • Simple to turn Square Base
List Price
$7.99
Your Price
$6.33
In Stock

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Details

Consists of 2 Boston valves with different thread patterns on the bottom and a Shrader valve with cap. One of the Boston valves is sure to fit the thread pattern of your inflatable, no matter what brand. The Boston Valves have a square base, which is much easier to turn than a round base, especially with wet hands. Use the Shrader valve to inflate your inflatables at a gas station or with an air compressor. Alternatively, screw off the Shrader valve and inflate the Boston valve with an AIRHEAD air pump. All components are bright red and green, so they're easy to find.

Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
AIRHEAD Multi-Valve AHMV-1 Multi-valve
$6.33
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