PUMP True Wireless Earbuds are *Ready*!

Hi All,

I’m extremely excited to announce that the PUMP Audio “True Wireless” earbuds we’ve been working on for so long are now 100% finished and ready!

Here’s a picture of me ‘helping’ with the photography of the final prototype over the weekend…

Believe it or not, this is one of the least unflattering shots James secretly got of me while I was “interfering” with his work :-)

Here’s a slightly more professional shot of our man Ollie wearing the new design:

As you can see, they look subtle.

But don’t let that fool you, because these things sound incredible!

We’ve managed to extract the usual PUMP Audio sound from a True Wireless design — which was no easy feat — hence the time it’s taken us…

I’m extremely excited about this. In my opinion, PUMP True Wireless are the best set of PUMP headphones yet.*

 * I don’t say that lightly, because I’m very attached to my Zeus!

PUMP True Wireless Pre-Launch Deal:

As we did recently with TITAN, we’ll conduct a pre-launch deal, which will be exclusive to Friends of PUMP.

We’re just getting the photography cleaned up and the launch page built, and then we’ll be ready to go live.

Failing any disasters, the launch should go live in February!

So we’re ready to go …but still haven’t finalised the name!

PUMP True Wireless Name Contest!

We do have a few ideas in mind, but if you have an inspired idea, leave it as a comment on this blog post.

If we use it, we’ll send you a free set of PUMP True Wireless when they launch.

More soon…

Adam

112 Comments

  1. Conrad   •   19/02/2020   •   
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    Awesome to see that MIX ATOM are almost ready to be sold.
    Love the name. And congrats. :)

  2. Jonathan   •   15/02/2020   •   
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    Think pump infinite, pump stars, pump phoenix…. just think they all sound good
    Thanks Jonathan

  3. Mark   •   12/02/2020   •   
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    Pump Definity
    This is a testament to the efforts and journey to get to where you are!

  4. Barry Spooner-Barlow   •   12/02/2020   •   
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    Eargasm

  5. Darren   •   11/02/2020   •   
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    Pump “TRUE”

  6. Sally   •   11/02/2020   •   
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    I like Pump Gemini

  7. Shaun   •   11/02/2020   •   
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    Hi how about pump paradox .or pump liberation

  8. Michelle Armistead   •   10/02/2020   •   
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    Pump finesse……

    ;-)

  9. Andrew Lindsay   •   10/02/2020   •   
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    Pump Pegasus

  10. Bo   •   10/02/2020   •   
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    How about the Pump Kins?

  11. Christopher Neye   •   09/02/2020   •   
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    Being as it’s Bluetooth, how about Blue Dragon?

  12. Connor Macrae Love   •   09/02/2020   •   
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    Pumples

  13. Marc Pierre   •   09/02/2020   •   
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    “Pimps”

    Pump Imps

    Pump Ins

    Pumpins

  14. Evan   •   09/02/2020   •   
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    The Pump Sleuths

  15. Russell Emberson   •   08/02/2020   •   
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    Abas, Adam Blair Always Subtle

  16. Jian   •   08/02/2020   •   
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    Nightfall

  17. Alan   •   08/02/2020   •   
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    Pump Era

  18. Conrad   •   08/02/2020   •   
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    How about Pump ARC DUO (I have two pears of MIX DUO, LOVE THEM), or you could use
    FREE-DUO,
    “smile curve”
    MIX BOOM
    FREE BOOM
    or just The Pump Zone.
    Thanks for the update,can’t wait to see when they really come out, sadly I might not be able to but them when they come out, but I hope some time after I might. :)

  19. Chris suydam   •   08/02/2020   •   
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    Pump mix duo true wireless

  20. David Heine   •   08/02/2020   •   
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    Pump Freedom!

  21. ireadrickriordan   •   08/02/2020   •   
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    haha, what about orpheus, since, y’know, music and stuff

  22. Regina L Olive   •   08/02/2020   •   
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    Infinite

  23. Norbert   •   08/02/2020   •   
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    Pump BLUE

  24. Birgit Fienemann   •   08/02/2020   •   
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    Pump Go True Wireless

    Pump Io (io) True Wireless

    Pump Boreas True Wireless

  25. n a robinson   •   07/02/2020   •   
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    simply pumps

  26. Lorraine Falconer   •   06/02/2020   •   
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    Norse budz

  27. Ryan   •   06/02/2020   •   
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    Pump SEQUEL
    SEQUEL by Pump Audio

  28. Daryl Roche   •   06/02/2020   •   
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    Some name suggestions
    Bumps
    Nugs
    Bits
    Twins
    Spots
    Dots
    Nodes

  29. Gary L Davies   •   06/02/2020   •   
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    Pump PEGASUS
    The Greeks embody perseverance, which is one of the main characteristics of Pegasus.

  30. Gary L Davies   •   06/02/2020   •   
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    Pump ETHOS
    Pump ATLAS
    Pump NAXOS

  31. Laurence Goodridge   •   06/02/2020   •   
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    Pump Malleus

    Malleus: Hammer.
    Malleus: one of the three bones in the ear.

  32. Laurence Goodridge   •   06/02/2020   •   
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    Pump Clarity
    Clarity by pump

  33. Laurence   •   06/02/2020   •   
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    Pump Primus

  34. Rob H   •   06/02/2020   •   
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    Pump TWS > Pump Hera
    Primordial Adam in Ancient Pump Mythology fathered the Pump Titan descendancy, leading to the Olympians, notably Pump Zeus. He wed sister Pump Hera, ‘hera’lding Equality into the Pump line and a new ‘era’ for what we ‘hear’ in our ‘ear’. 

  35. Gary L Davies   •   06/02/2020   •   
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    Pump THUMP

  36. Mr JL Wood   •   05/02/2020   •   
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    Pump-Boom….or Pump-air

  37. Gary L Davies   •   05/02/2020   •   
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    Pump MOVE

  38. Hersh Tank   •   05/02/2020   •   
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    Pump Magic or Marvel

  39. Hersh Tank   •   05/02/2020   •   
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    Pump Magic
    Pump Marvel

  40. Gary L Davies   •   05/02/2020   •   
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    Pump AURRAS or MEDUSA

  41. Venod Mitra   •   05/02/2020   •   
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    I love ‘Pump Pods’ !

  42. Venod Mitra   •   05/02/2020   •   
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    how about ‘Pump In’

  43. Faye Marone   •   05/02/2020   •   
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    Chorus

  44. Scott Rusoff   •   05/02/2020   •   
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    PUMP Wave

  45. Alec Butler   •   05/02/2020   •   
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    Tympanic

  46. Paul Finnigan   •   04/02/2020   •   
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    Pump Buddies

  47. Micha R   •   04/02/2020   •   
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    Lelantos, to stick with the greek theme. He was the god of air and moving unseen.

  48. John Damian Kieser   •   04/02/2020   •   
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    Pump Calliope
    Pump Calypso
    Pump Clio (or Cleo as a tribute to Cleo Laine)
    Pump Electra
    Pump Eos
    Pump Medusa
    Pump Aphrodite

  49. Frantz GERARD   •   04/02/2020   •   
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    EarPods by Pump
    or
    Pump EarPods
    or
    BSPods by Pump (for BestSoundPods by Pump)

  50. Darren   •   04/02/2020   •   
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    PumpTru

  51. Colin Bird   •   04/02/2020   •   
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    Pump On-Air

  52. Margo Olson   •   04/02/2020   •   
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    How about:
    PumpBuds
    Or
    ElectroBeat(s)

  53. Gordon   •   04/02/2020   •   
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    I would call them “ Outerspace”

  54. Gary Lee Davies   •   04/02/2020   •   
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    Pump AURRAS (goddess of sound) in keeping with your product names relation to Greek mythology.

  55. David Hughes   •   04/02/2020   •   
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    Now were going places.Well I have two Titans with awesome sound so why not name these Triton The largest natural satellite of the Planet Neptune and the first Neptunian moon to be discovered. Sums up these buds large sound ,discovered by pump and a moon is a lot smaller than a planet

    1. Adam Blair   •   08/02/2020   •   
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      That’s a clever idea David…

  56. Mark Rothwell   •   04/02/2020   •   
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    Pump Zephyr
    Pump Verity

  57. Tim   •   04/02/2020   •   
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    “Apollo” would be a wonderful name, as someone else had mentioned in another comment.

  58. Taylor Mathurin   •   04/02/2020   •   
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    Pump “Sonics” as they are true soundscape of the brand we all love and know which is “PUMP”

  59. Ian Moring   •   04/02/2020   •   
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    Lug ‘oles by Pump

  60. Jordan Bond   •   04/02/2020   •   
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    Pump Nemesis

  61. James   •   04/02/2020   •   
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    Pump Atom because it can mean very small but mighty for its size and with endless possibilities.

    1. Adam Blair   •   08/02/2020   •   
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      I like this one…will see what the team think!

    2. Adam Blair   •   19/02/2020   •   
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      Hi James, this is the winning name! Thanks – we’ll email you about your prize :-)

  62. Mike   •   04/02/2020   •   
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    Pump Zen

  63. Sme   •   04/02/2020   •   
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    Pump Echo

  64. Matt   •   04/02/2020   •   
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    Pump Connect
    My Pump as it Will be very personal

  65. Jordan Bond   •   04/02/2020   •   
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    Pump Anemoi

  66. Peter Rae   •   04/02/2020   •   
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    Pump Leaders !

  67. Ryan   •   04/02/2020   •   
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    bxd by Pump
    b X d by Pump
    bXd by Pump
    (Since Eris is already taken)

  68. Matt   •   04/02/2020   •   
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    Janus – depicted as having two faces looking opposite ways

    Hypnos – just along Greek theme, cool name

    Hephaestus – worshipped in manufacturing and industrial centers

    1. Adam Blair   •   08/02/2020   •   
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      Love the sound of Hypnos Matt, but I don’t think we can name these after the greek god of sleep :-)

  69. Karby Shares   •   04/02/2020   •   
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    Pump Freedom

  70. Ryan M.   •   04/02/2020   •   
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    Pump Eris

  71. Douglas Kirk   •   04/02/2020   •   
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    Pump Icarus – Icarus and his father Daedalus made wings to escape from Crete

  72. Andrew Beadle   •   04/02/2020   •   
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    Titan mini

  73. Samantha Bolter   •   04/02/2020   •   
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    Has to be HERMES really….. (or Mercury if you prefer the Roman gods!) HERMES was the Olympian god of herds and flocks, travellers and hospitality, roads and trade, thievery and cunning, heralds and diplomacy, language and writing, athletic contests and gymnasiums, astronomy and astrology… ear buds may come in useful for some of these :) Hermes was depicted as either a handsome and athletic, beardless youth or as an older, bearded man, with winged boots and a herald’s wand…. sound familiar? ;) see Perfect!

  74. Liew Thai Shin   •   04/02/2020   •   
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    PumpBuds
    PumpTws
    PumpBlaster
    PumpAirBuds
    PumpBooster

  75. Koon Wing Wong   •   04/02/2020   •   
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    Canis

  76. AHMED SHAIKH   •   04/02/2020   •   
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    Airpumps

  77. Tony Bray   •   04/02/2020   •   
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    Pump Radio

  78. John   •   04/02/2020   •   
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    Pump Ease, Easy, Light, Buddy

  79. Cliff Jordan   •   04/02/2020   •   
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    Abstract is from a Latin word meaning “pulled away, detached,” and the basic idea is of something detached from physical, or concrete, reality. So how about Pump Abstract?

  80. Dave   •   04/02/2020   •   
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    How about…
    Hercules?

  81. steven young   •   04/02/2020   •   
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    I think ‘Pump Vibe’ has a cool ring to it

  82. Julia Dubova   •   04/02/2020   •   
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    Pump Twins
    Pump Binars
    Pump Status

  83. Alan Wheetman   •   04/02/2020   •   
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    ‘Pump Buddies’

  84. Daz   •   04/02/2020   •   
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    Pump-Freebuds

  85. Tom   •   04/02/2020   •   
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    I like the name Liberty, as it’s better than freedom, i.e. free from cables.

  86. Steven Paxton   •   04/02/2020   •   
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    Pump free! Free from wires free from restrictions

  87. Sam   •   04/02/2020   •   
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    In keeping with Greek Mythology, how about Pump Aether?

    Aether was the primordial god of the upper air, light, the atmosphere, space and heaven.

  88. Andrew Connolly   •   04/02/2020   •   
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    Ares

  89. Barry   •   04/02/2020   •   
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    Love Zeus (have two!) how about pumplings or “pump-ettes”? Keeps pump in the frame.

    1. Lee Jones   •   05/02/2020   •   
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      Pump-ettes sounds like a sanitary product for women :’)

  90. Jayme   •   04/02/2020   •   
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    The one

  91. Dean Goulding   •   04/02/2020   •   
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    Keeping with the Greek theme, it should probably be PUMP Iris or Hermes, the light, speedy messengers.

    Iris, much like a wireless earbud, was discreet and would often come and go delivering messages without being detected.

  92. Stan Koupparis   •   04/02/2020   •   
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    Apollo – God of music, can’t get a better name than that.

  93. Andrew Nisbet   •   04/02/2020   •   
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    How about Aletheia (Or Alathea). She was was the Greek spirit of truth, truthfulness, and sincerity. Her Roman equivalent was Veritas. Both represent the true reproduction of sound that I’m sure these will create.

  94. DANIEL MCDONNELL   •   04/02/2020   •   
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    Pump Free
    Pump Air

  95. Leon   •   04/02/2020   •   
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    Pump Orpheus I think it’s a powerful name for a pair of powerful sounding wireless IEM’s. The fact that he is the son of Poseidom makes it even better.

  96. Mark Dunnett   •   04/02/2020   •   
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    Freedom

  97. Tim Fowler   •   04/02/2020   •   
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    Hi,

    How about ‘Pump Colossus’, you hit Marvel fans, computer geeks and Greek mythology…..

  98. Tony Sumrall   •   04/02/2020   •   
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    I kinda like Athena or Mercury

  99. Andrew Willerding   •   04/02/2020   •   
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    The Pump Muze

  100. Paul Gregory   •   04/02/2020   •   
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    Senza which means without

  101. Brendan Beirne   •   04/02/2020   •   
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    P’in’p

  102. Mikhil Kothari   •   04/02/2020   •   
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    Amazing!!! Wishing you guys all the very best. Love your work

    1. Hersh Tank   •   05/02/2020   •   
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      Yo .. why don’t you suggest a name?

  103. William Henderson   •   04/02/2020   •   
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    Artemis was the daughter of Zeus . Fitting name for small subtle buds, which I’d guess are still very powerful

  104. Lee Jones   •   04/02/2020   •   
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    “Apollo” is the God of Music … and son of Zeus, so that works?

  105. Paras   •   04/02/2020   •   
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    How about Pump-Air?

    1. Michael klawsnik   •   05/02/2020   •   
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      Nitro pumps!

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