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Many preppers ultimate dream is to have their own well for a constant supply of water, but having a sturdy, affordable emergency hand well pump that easily fits their well is the key to survival. Survival Supply House's hand pump is lightweight, requires no assembly or drilling into your well cover to install, easily adjusts to the depth of your well and is highly affordable. Check out the features below and get the best hand well pump on the market!

Package Information

  • Deep Well Hand Pump
  • Lightweight, No Assembly Required
  • Adjustable Length
  • Easy Storage

Hand Well Pump Advantages -

  • No Assembly Required- Take it out of the box and put it in the well. (May need to adjust pipe length for optimal performance)
  • Lightweight- Our pump unit weighs less than 15 lbs complete. It also weighs less when pumping water since a smaller diameter hose means you are pushing a lighter column of water.
  • Flexible Design- Simple to take in and out of well. Even works in streams and lakes.
  • 1-Piece Design- Simple construction means it is less likely to break at connection points like PVC section pumps. Also, it is less affected by cold weather.
  • Easy, Hidden Storage- Store your pump inside the well housing and take it out when you need it, or roll it up and store it in your garage. No holes are drilled in your pump cover and there is not a pump handle sticking out of the top of your well, waiting to be broken by kids or weather. Innovative design for storage helps to keep your well safe from contamination.
  • Easy to Pump- Even kids can get water from our pump. Check out our videos -
  • Adjustable Lengths- Fairly simple to adjust pipe length with some standard tools and a little elbow grease. We have documentation to help you in that process.
  • Economical- Half the cost of many of our competitors.
  • Dependable- We utilize a one moving part design using brass and stainless steel pump parts and a metal handle. The only thing that would ever need replacement are a couple of o-rings and it would take thousands of pumps before that would be required. If replacement becomes necessary, it requires unscrewing one fitting and replacing an o-ring that can be found at most hardware stores and performed by almost anyone.