Hand Operated Simple Pump: Example Pricing

THE ONLY HAND PUMP that gives you full use of all your home’s taps and plumbing fixtures,
with only moderate effort and even from deep wells.

We are confident that if you do a detailed comparison, you’ll find that no other pump comes close to the combination of QUALITY PLUS ECONOMY that the Simple Pump offers you.


Pricing Example for a 100 foot deep well, with static water level at 50 feet.
Your quote would be customized to your well’s specifications.

Item Cost
Pump Head Assembly $575
24″ Handle Assembly $72.50
6″ Well Cap $105
Top Drop Pipe / Lift Rod Section with weep hole to freeze-proof $50
(7) Drop Pipe / Lift Rod Section $350
5 gallon per minute Pump Cylinder $400
Check Valve with Pressure Gauge. To pump into your pressure tank or uphill. $75
Spare seal kit $30
Safety Tool for installation $28
Hand Operated Simple Pump $1,685.50
FedEx Ground (US Lower 48) $130
TOTAL $1,815.50




Pump Head


24" Handle


6" Well Cap


Top Drop Pipe


Seven 9" Drop Pipe Units


Pump Cylinder


Check Valve


Spare seal kit


Installation tool




Shipping (US Lower 48)




My wife can operate it with one hand and very little effort (from 120 feet water level). It has the water flowing in just a few seconds. Piece of cake.

North Carolina

Name Withheld, by request for privacy


Consider: What are you getting for your dollar?

You can find cheap plastic pumps, but they can’t pump from deep water levels, and they are not built to last. And such pumps can only pump into a bucket, rather than give you full use of your home’s plumbing system system.

You can find other “serious” and seemingly comparable pumps. They are more substantially made than the cheap pumps, but most can only pump to a bucket or non-pressurized tank. Those other pumps require from 2.5 to 5 times the pumping effort needed by the Simple Pump. And they are 25-50% more expensive than Simple Pump!

See here for more details on pricing considerations.