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NeoAir® Mini Pump

Ultralight, compact NeoAir® mattress inflator.

After a long day of travel, it’s a relief to flip open the NeoAir® Mini Pump and watch your NeoAir® mattress inflate to the perfect level of comfort in around 3 minutes. Powered by 2 AAA batteries, the small, ultralight pump weighs only 2.3 oz (65 g), takes up little space in your pack and makes for a big comfort upgrade on any adventure. Fits any NeoAir mattress valve. Batteries not included.

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After a long day of travel, it’s a relief to flip open the NeoAir® Mini Pump and watch your NeoAir® mattress inflate to the perfect level of comfort in around 3 minutes. Powered by 2 AAA batteries, the small, ultralight pump weighs only 2.3 oz (65 g), takes up little space in your pack and makes for a big comfort upgrade on any adventure. Fits any NeoAir mattress valve. Batteries not included.
Made in China
Size No
Color Gray
Style No
Color Family Gray
Weight (Standard) 2.3oz
Weight (Metric) 0.065 kg
Width (Standard) 1.7 in
Width (Metric) 4 cm
Length (Standard) 2.75 in
Length (Metric) 7.1 cm
UPC Code 040818069820
Material(s) Plastic
Country of Origin Made in China

Documents and Instructions

Click here to download the Universal Therm-a-Rest Mattress Repair Instructions, including how to locate leaks and make repairs in the field or at home on any mattress model.

If you have further questions about repair or warranty, or would like to send your mattress to us for repair. In the U.S., please contact our Customer Service department at 1-800-531-9531. For worldwide service and repair contact information, please click here.

Should you find yourself without access to Therm-a-Rest Repair Kits, repairs can also be made using items commonly found at most outdoor gear shops. (Remember that for maximum effectiveness, ALL of the below repairs should begin with a clean and dry mattress. An alcohol swab is an ideal cleaner that dries fast.)

  • Small leaks not requiring a patch: A urethane-based glue should be used. Some popular brands are SeamGrip® and AquaSeal. Apply a small dab, large enough to completely seal the hole, and allow 24 hours for drying. If your mattress fabric is relatively smooth like the NeoAir or Trail mattresses, peel-and-stick bicycle tube patch kits are an option offering instant repair.
  • Larger holes and tears: All mattresses can be repaired with a self-adhesive fabric patch—like those used to repair jackets and tents. These are commonly found in outdoor gear shops. Cut the patch in a circle to generously cover the hole. Apply a small amount of urethane-based glue to the back of the patch and the area to be covered on the mattress. Apply patch and press firmly. Wipe away excess glue from edges and allow 24 hours to dry.

If you’re not comfortable making the repair yourself and have some time before your next trip, call our service department at 1-800-531-9531 for instructions on sending your mattress back for repair.

Video: Repair Your Therm-a-Rest Mattress

Yes. A Therm-a-Rest Valve Replacement Kit will replace all metal and plastic mattress valves. Instructions for the kit can be found here.

Repair Your Therm-a-Rest Mattress
Repair Your Therm-a-Rest Mattress

Roll the mattress up to force the water out of the open valve. If there is a lot of water, you may have to do this several times. Hang the mattress upside down with the valve open in a warm, dry place. It will take about three days for the mattress to dry out.

Regular cleaning will extend the life of your mattress, especially if you sleep in direct contact with its surface.

Do not put your mattress in the washing machine. Cleaning with a hose or in a bathtub is best. Do not forget to close the valve while washing. For general cleaning, a quick scrubbing with Formula 409®, BioClean All-Purpose Cleaner, or other general household cleaner is best.

Therm-a-Rest mattress care
Therm-a-Rest mattress care

For tree sap, spot clean with a cotton rag soaked in rubbing alcohol. This will take some work and sap will likely leave a stain. However, a dusting with talc or baby powder when you are done should eliminate any residual stickiness.

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Failed Pad Guy
December 17, 2016
No, I would not recommend this to a friend
No reverse, doesn't suck
My NeoAir All Season fell apart internally, the internal welded seams fell apart, all where the most stress had been when deflating the thing by rolling from the bottom. If this thing had a switch to reverse the flow and suck the air out, it would prevent this damage from occuring. A
Yakingmaggsy
October 12, 2016
Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
Saves me going light headed but takes a while
I bought this as a car camping luxury as I was finding that i was going very lighted headed from inflating my neoair by breath alone. It's a bit noisy and slow to inflate the mattress but gets there leaving me to get on with setting up camp or cooking. I found the rubber nozzle sometimes comes loose, so make sure the mattress valve is well inserted and keep an eye on it. Making sure your mattress is laid out and able to inflate without obstruction helps too. If you've space to pack /carry and the cash to buy its a nice luxury. If your going light and skint don't bother
Bb1958
September 20, 2016
Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
That's a lot of air!
We have had our pump several years, it works great and gives me time to do other set-up.