The wide assortment of valve adaptors should insure you have one that fits. If you have a Halkey Roberts or similar this pump has about the only adaptor I have found that fits. You can push it firmly down and it will open the valve for easy filling. Only takes a few seconds to air up my ride.
I also have an airhead pump like TD, and it has held up well. But I don't use it much, because I keep my tubes/toons inflated in the garage and transport them that way- top them off at destination with a hand pump. Look for a long cord if you will be using 12v power from a vehicle. Just a note that airhead/sevlor/etc. dial guages I tried don't give correct readings after a few time of use. There are some pumps that only go to about 2-2.8 PSI that are handy because you don't have to top off by hand pump. Also some pumps which have an adjustable pressure setting anywhere up to 10 PSI where they stop automatically.
For travel or pack in set up, I have a homemade light weight high volume pump and small battery under 2# total which will quickly inflate a float tube on location. I top off by inflating with a mouth tube to 2 PSI.
Hope this helps.
Some additional information. Once I was fishing in San Diego bay and had a pole holder with a trolling pipe at about 33 degree angle. A big fish took it and my pole shout out like a torpedo from a PT boat. That was a $150 lesson! I always use a leash on my poles, even when its in my hands as it is very easy to have it slip out while removing a fish from your hook. The leash I use is one that the Casinos gives away for your playing cards. Not the spiral ones but the elastic cords. Hooks on both ends to attach to your pole and D rings.
I once had to toe a guy in because he lost his fins. I now carry two ping pong paddles just in case the tide is too strong or I find my finds missing.
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I have used a LVM for about 18 years. This one you just hold up to any valve and pull the trigger.
We then have to top off with a hand pump. A K-Pump again just hold it up to the valve any valve. Plus super easy to pack on the boat and use while in a seated position.
We now have a 14' inflatable, a 10 foot SUP and my stand up pontoon that are made out of drop stitch tuff material and require more air.
We bought this pup which comes with adaptors for different valves. You connect it to the valve, set the pressure and turn it on. The we get ready while it runs. It and the LVM are also used to suck all the air out making them easier to pack. Good luck and float safe.