RPC Titan Pump - Non Return Valve (NRV)
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Our retailers are getting frequent deliveries so please contact your local Red stockist as they’ll be able to advise on delivery dates.
On all orders over $150 we offer FREE SHIPPING on orders over $150 in the United States and the majority of Canada.
Orders between $100 and $149.99 are charged a $10 fee.
Orders up to $99.99 are charged a $15 fee.
Please note due to our channel distribution model using independent retail outlets some orders may be delivered to you in multiple shipments.
Remote areas in Canada (Northwest Territories, Nunavut and Yukon Territory) are charged a flat $100 fee on all orders due to the complexity of shipping to these regions.
Orders are dispatched within two business days and typically take up to 5 business days to be delivered (not guaranteed).
Hassle Free Returns
You can return your items within 30 days of placing your order. Clothing should be unworn, unwashed and in original packaging with labelling intact and attached to the product. Equipment should be un-used and with its original packaging and / or labelling intact and attached to the product.
Items which don't have the labelling attached to the product will incur a 10% reconditioning charge which we will notify you after inspection of your return. If we do not hear back from you within 4 days of contact we will return the items to you.
Free gifts or promotional items are not returnable. All items are inspected before a refund is processed. Items deemed to be in a poor condition will be returned to you. If any item returned breaches any of the terms outlined in this policy, we reserve the right to return the item back to you in the same condition it was received in.
Inside all Red Paddle Co pumps are at least 2 non-return valves. If your pump is feeling "bouncy" when you push down on the handle then you may need a new non-return valve. We recommend you buy two or more to ensure you always have a spare.
How do you change the non-return valve? It's easy. All you need is a screwdriver.