More time-saving If you have high pressure of 260 PSI, their Compact Hand Pump can ensure enough air volume to make your inflation faster, which can save you 50% of your time. The time required for air pumping is determined by the volume of the air intake. For the first time, a high degree of unification has been achieved by the separate hose design of the Tiakia. More valve types. The Mini High-Pressure Pump can be used for Presta and Donlop Valve. The double-head valve design is easy to use. The mini tire pump can be used to inflate bicycles, electric cars, motorcycles, automobiles, sports balls and swimming rings. More convenient. The Mini aluminum pump is 7.8 inches long and weighs only 5.3 ounces. It can be fixed under a bicycle rack or a water bottle cage with a mounting brackets. More durable. The surface of the pump body is made of aluminum alloy, which has high resistance to wear and is very durable. IPX4 waterproof material can be used in the rain. The hose is made of elastic rubber, which has the characteristics of explosion-proof and high-pressure resistance.
👤It worked out perfectly. The attachment is easy. It was well made. I'm very happy with the low volume of air.
👤This is a quality pump. It is very affordable and well made. I would recommend it to anyone who rides a bike.
👤Everything is described in the pictures. Highly recommend this.
👤It seems that the pump is good quality. It is work pumping a tire. Had to take a few breaks by the time it was filled.
👤The action was easy. It would have been nice to have gauge.
👤I returned it because it was really good.
👤Todo tiene un producto de validat, un vendedor. Transporte rapido.
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👤Ich war von der Suche, leichten Pumpe fr me in Fahrrad, die immer dabei. Die Produkt ist so besser, um lngen besser. Man ist es toll, die beispielsweise verwenden. There is 888-349-8884 B. is a Ballpumpe. Ihren stabil verarbeitet und bin Preis-Leistungstechnisch ist berzeugt. Danke ist das tolle Produkt!
Accurate inflation and quick pumping power are achieved by high pressure. The portable pump has a design that allows it to reach riding pressure with 30% fewer strokes than the conventional mini bike pumps. The flexible air hose design works with tight valve placements. The air hose was stored in the handle to maximize compactness. The hose has an integrated pressure gauge so you can accurately pump your air pressure. Stunning design and finish. This pump is built to last and is made of superior quality aluminum. 9 inches long and 5 ounces. The How to Video section is in the Related Video Shorts section. The mini bike pump with gauge is not a replacement for a full size floor pump which will deliver larger air volume per pumping stroke due to it's larger size barrel. Easy to switch between Presta & Schrader valves thanks to the innovative hose design, it's not needed! A secure thread-on valve connection allows a tight seal with no air leaks and no more damaged bike tire valves. Not compatible with non threaded valve extenders. Extra care should be taken to screw the core into the valve stem for Presta valves. Their safe and secure frame mount brackets have extra security. Installation of a pump mount requires pre-drilled holes in the bike frame. They are very proud to have been awarded the Best Bicycle Frame and Mini Pump Review award by the outdoor gear lab.
👤I bought a Pro Bike tool bike pump with gauge in 2015, and have been very pleased with it. I have had so many flats that the Schrader connection on the hose started showing signs of wear. I received an immediate response after filling out the warranty claim form. I was offered either a replacement or a refund. I decided to get a new pump since I really like it. I received a CO2 inflator exactly like the one I ordered a year ago. The replacement order on Amazon was not the same as the Pro Bike order. They will return my purchase if I keep the CO2 inflator and order a new pump. They make a great pump and they live up to their guarantee. The cover on the pump is where the hose is stowed. Good improvement. I never had a problem with the old one. I emphasize the great service, Roxanne never sleeps as she always gets an immediate response to my emails, no matter when I sent them.
👤I returned two of the pumps I bought before getting this one. It is much easier to use than the others. The gauge is a bonus and the pump is very slim. I like that the valve has a flexible hose and that you have to put the pump on it. It makes it easier to pump. Very high quality.
👤I'm really glad I picked this up. It has been a life saver. It looks good and does a great job.
👤Got this today. I tried it out to see if it worked. Works well! It looks great on my Diamondback.
👤This product is presented in a way that is clear. It can be mounted on a number of locations on the bike frame. The bike tires were inflated with the pump. I would recommend and purchase again.
👤The most current version of my comments is here. I bought the model of this pump on November 16, 2017. There is a A month ago, the piston came off. I screwed the housing down after I inserted the piston back into it. The rubber gasket was detached on January 17, 2019. The gasket is too large to fit around the head. They are positioned inside of the casing and the opposite side of the piston. There is a The 'Pro Bike Tool Bike Pump' is built to last. How long? 1 year? 2 years? 3 years?
👤It is very important when you go to the mountains.
👤The best mini bike pump is a little different from the rest, and in a very good way. The flexible hose that connects the pump hardware to the tire's stem/valve is the first thing that makes that job much easier. The flexible stem is stored away inside the pump's body, making it look very sleek, with nothing dangling off the side. There's a built-in pressure gage that can be seen from a hide-way space inside the flexible hose as the tire's pressure begins to approach 20psi. There is a The best feature of the flexible hose is the ability to thread it onto either the fat or Presta tube's stem/valve. This feature on a mini pump is very much appreciated by me. If you've ever used a rubber compression ring in a pump, you'll know the issues of incorrect mounting, air loss and the darn pump slipping off. The threaded screw-on design of the BEST pump has solved all of the problems. The last design feature that I noticed was the lack of air loss as the flexible hose is being attached to and taken off the tube's valve. There's a rubber grommet inside the flexible hose that seals the airway when the pump is being screwed onto and off the tube. I lose more air when I ride on small/thin tires and use a conventional hand pump. The problem with the new pump is solved.
The gauge shows the ideal inflation levels for each type of bicycle. The tire portable inflator is only 2.2 inches in diameter and weighs 1.54 pounds. It provides you with a strong pressure of up to 120PSI and an airflow of 12l/min,ensuring that you can easily inflate all car, bicycle, motorcycle tires or other smaller items within a few seconds. Preset tire pressure and pressure gauge, professional safety protection, let you enjoy the inflation process. After connecting the hose of the air compressor portable for car tires to the valve, a digital display will show the tire pressure at any time. The wireless air compressor will stop inflation when the volume reaches preset values. A portable, rechargeable battery. The portable air compressor mini inflator is easy to carry and can be used as a mobile power source. The service life is longer than other products. There is a practical micro-usb. Emergency light provides long- lasting lighting for up to 10 hours. This tool can be used in emergency situations. The independent switch can be used to control the light at night. You can use the air pump at night or in dark places with the bright lights and display. The mini portable air compressor is easy to use and travel in a backpack or car. They offer a 2 year warranty and lifetime services. If you have a question, please contact them, they will give you a high quality service.
👤It is loud, slow, gets really hot, and it won't fill my bike tires to the required pressure. I thought this would be a good way to fill my tires. I need to fill the rear tire to 105 PSI but it stalls at 84 and won't go past that. The battery only has 20 minutes to last it's life. It needs to charge up for a while. This thing was disappointing. I need the old fashioned reliable pumps again. There is an update. The seller has been offering me a gift card in exchange for removing the review. I will not do that.
👤It was accurate and reliable. The last one of these I had, it held a charge very well. I'm quite satisfied that he hasn't shown any tendency to really overheating.
👤It worked on the first tire on the e-bike, but never again.
👤I didn't know how well this product worked. I highly recommend this pump to my friends because it is very inexpensive and works better than expected after many usages.
👤I would suggest selling a bag with this device.
👤I keep a light weight pump in my bag.
👤It's a light-weight powerhouse with many uses. I used it to inflate a flat tire. In 10 minutes. Excellent value.
6 month warranty on quality guarantee. If you are not completely satisfied with the purchase you have made, do not hesitate to email them, they will make sure to solve any problems for you as soon as possible. You can return the product for a full refund. The dual-purpose bike pump works by twisting the locking handle for either High Pressure or HV mode, and it does the work of two separate bikes. The high-pressure mode can be used to pump the suspensions while the low-pressure mode offers tire pumping ability. If you need a shock pump, switch it to HP if you need a tire pump, High Volume( HV) mode means more air output and lower pressure. Less air output with higher pressure is called High Pressure. Air hose design works on awkward value position. The body is built to last with high quality parts. It's easy to switch between Presta and Schrader valves and make a perfect mini bike pump for both road or mountain bikes. Don't worry with the adapter, get rid of it. A small company and light weight. The mini air pump is about the same length. The weight is approx. 9.84 inches. The portable bike pump is small enough to fit in any of your pockets or backpacks, and can be attached to the bike frame under the water bottle cage with the mounting brackets. It will be a great help on your journey. The design of the surface makes the pumping action more smooth and effortless. A slow-release button at the tip of the pump makes it easier to disengage after inflating with high-pressure air. If the pressure is too high, you can use the slow-release button.
👤The first time the product was used it broke. I returned and left a review, but the seller contacted me about sending me a free replacement to try out and change my review. I told the seller I didn't want it. They send the item anyways. I was told by the seller that it was free to have and test out for a better review, but I'm not sure if that's true. This seller has cheap products and will try to take your money after you return them.
👤I tried to use it as a bike pump. The first increment is 50. Before that, with 4 notch. Don't bother with this junk pump. Take a close look at the dial. It does the job for forks, but gage is useless for pressure settings of 30 to 90 psi.
👤I like it because it's portable and handy, but I don't like the gauge not working because I used it for my mountain bike and road bike.
👤I've tested this tire pump and it works. There is barely any air escape when removing the accessory. I like that I can use the pump for tires as well, since I mostly use it for air shocks. It works in a pinch. The first indicator on the high pressure gauge is 50psi, which is the main issue with using this with tires. It's best to use this in high pressure applications. There is a If you want to take this with you, it has a clip mount. I'm taking this with me as I commute and I'm still adjusting my shocks. If I want to make adjustments in the middle of a ride, it's nice to have it. I'm evaluating a few different air shocks and find I rarely get them where I want them.
👤I was drawn to the fact that the pump had a gauge and I hoped it would show me the pressure in my tires and suspension. I'm getting some results that are not perfect. Adding air to a 29er tire causes the tire pressure gauge to read nothing. The gauge needle won't register a pressure reading after I add air, even though I'm running around 35psi in the rear. The gauge works by hooking the pump up to the tire. The gauge jumped up to 50psi when we ran 65psi in those tires. I tried a few pumps in the "high pressure" mode and the needle jumped up to 120 with each pump. I didn't double the tire pressure in the RV tires after 3 or 4 pumps. There is a The gauge is not worth much at the moment. It does pump air, but not sure how reliable the gauge will be.
We are so confident in the quality of their products that if you have any product issues, they are very happy to either provide aRefund or aReplacement! The air pump is portable and can be charged from a 5V/1A 2A phone charge. It cannot be used on trucks. The air compressor will stop inflating when the inflation reaches the preset value, if you hold the power button for 3s, then short press after flashing to change units. The mini air compressor tyre pump has a maximum pressure of 150PSI, which means you can easily inflate all your cars, bikes, motorcycle tyres, or other smaller items in a few minutes. 20 minutes. You don't need to purchase an additional accessory for your bicycle if you use the 4 valve adapters and guarantee. They will ship missing part asap if any valve is missed. The mini size is easy to carry and travel in. How to use: inflate tyres with power on, choose modes, units, preset pressure values, and U button. Feel free to ask for help if you have a problem with Charging or hose. How to use: inflate tyres with power on, choose modes, units, preset pressure values, and U button. Feel free to ask for help if you have a problem with Charging or hose.
👤The air pump is amazing. Big things come in small packages. I have latex inner tubes that deflate slowly. I have to inflate my tires. I decided to give it a try because I had been doing this manually. This is going to save me time when I get ready to ride. It pumps up my tire quickly. I got a low tire warning this morning, so I'm going to try it on the car tonight. I think it will be convenient if it works as well as it does on this. I pressed the valves with tips on them and the air pump worked. I regret that I didn't find this air pump a long time ago. It's like a workout airing up my tire with a hand pump. It would take 35 to 40 pumps to get my tire. I could set it to the PSI and let it do what I want while I get dressed. This air pump is very good.
👤For most of the time, this works well for inflating bike tires. You connect the pump and press go. The claim that it will inflate a tire is not true. I tried to inflate a car tire and the pump ran for over 15 minutes but it shut off because it was so hot, you couldn't even touch it. If you are inflating a tire larger than a bike tire, the metal or aluminum pump will heat up quickly, reaching extremely high temperatures. I wouldn't recommend this for anything bigger than bike tires.
👤The item failed in the first few months of ownership. The seller has not responded to repeated emails about the 1-gear warranty. I have to change my review from 5 stars to 1 stars. I don't expect this item to be used in a few months. I expect the stated warranty to be honored and requests for warranty replacement to be answered. Buy at your own risk. You have been defeated. My original glowing review of this item was the first to follow. I have a paperweight and can no longer recommend this item in any way. ---- I ride motorcycles. When riding on gravel roads or dirt, I usually air my tires down for better traction and then air them back up again when I am back on the pavement. There are several things I like about this pump. 1) I want my tire to be pumped up so that I can do something else, but I can't do that while the tire is under pressure. This is the fist pump that I own. It saves a lot of time because it always sets the pressure precisely, and it doesn't have to be messed with. There are two more It is battery powered. This saves a lot of messing up. My dirt bikes and lawn tractor do not have a cigarette style power sockets. I don't have to haul my dirt bikes and lawn tractor to the truck just to inflate the tires with this pump. There are 3 more It's much more packable than the pumps I've owned before, and it's lightweight. Things I like about this pump were mentioned. The chuck to connect it to the tire valve is made of metal and is more sturdy than any of my previous pumps. The light is useful, but not a serious flashlight. There is a A well designed pump.
Their frame mount is safe and secure and has an extra security strap. Installation of a pump mount requires pre-drilled holes in the bike frame. A new gauge. The new hammer style TwinHead is able to work with all tire valves. The max pressure is 160 psi. Includes ball and bladder needles. The handle is oversized.
👤I have been using a Nashbar Earl Grey pump for the last few years and will be using it as a comparison to the Joe Blow 3. There is a Although I liked the Earl Grey for its general use, I never liked it for presta valves. I felt like there was a lot of uncertainty as to whether it was attached or not, and it would leak frequently, so it would take a few tries to get it attached to the valve. I probably bent a few valves because of this. The Joe Blow 3's head is better than the Earl Grey's because it's made of metal and it's easier to inflate presta valve tires. The Joe Blow's biggest strength is his head. There is a The hose on the Joe Blow is a little shorter than the Earl Grey's, which is an issue if you have your bike on a stand where a shorter cord won't reach. I think the Earl Grey has a slightly faster inflation rate per pump, although I can't say for sure, but it's not a big deal. The large size of the head is a problem for the Joe Blow. It is difficult to fit between the spokes of my bikes with 20 wheels. I can wedge it in, but it's hard to put the locking lever in place. There is a The gauge is easy to read on both pumps, but the brighter colors of the Joe Blow give it a slight advantage. I haven't tested the accuracy of the gauge. The Early Grey has a plastic base, but I have never had an issue with it after 3 years. There is a I love how easy the Joe Blow is to use on Presta valves, and absolutely recommend it if you're looking for a pump that's a step above the Earl Grey's. If the head were less bulky, I could use it on bikes with smaller wheels. The spokes have less space between them than the Earl Grey's head. My plan is to use the Joe Blow 3 on my road bike with presta valves because it is so much better than the EG at that, and the EG is more of a utility pump for everything else. There is a If you want a 5 star pump, you need to inflate your tires with your bike on the ground and have larger wheels with enough space between the spokes. I give it a 4.25.
👤This appears to be a product that you will be able to rely on for a long time. I used it to pump up 120 lbs. in one month. The presta valve tires are presta tires. So far, so good. It does what it is supposed to do. The presta valves that I have recently converted from schrader valves to are just as easy to use and retain the pressure better than the inner tube valves. I'm a different person. Thirty years ago, shoulda done this? The pump is made of steel and plastic. I bought a portable Topeak to carry on my bike because I liked it so much. It is also well made. I remember a time when products were made to last a long time. I am delighted when I see a company that makes products that are durable, comfortable, and perform well. The product seems to be one of those. The most expensive pump on the market is not this one. It's a good sign! I have had this pump for three years and it is as good as the day I bought it. I don't think I'll need to buy another pump in my lifetime.
If you are not completely satisfied with their bike pump, you can either get a full refund or a free replacement. The one-piece aluminum barrel has a better inflation effect than the steel barrel, and TOOLITIN has more air storage, and the pumping will be completed faster. It is stronger and more stable than other plastic bases. The rubber anti-skid pad is added to the base to make it more stable. Toolsin bicycle air pump adopts a new-style protective box design, the accessories are placed in the protective box, instead of sticking to the base like an ordinary bicycle air pump accessories, which is easy to store and not easy to lose. The pressure gauge is accurate. It is easier to see and fit easily into the proper pressure when inflated with a bicycle floor pump with a pressure gauge. Toolsin foot bike pump is compatible with presta and schrader valves. Other inflatable accessories were prepared by them. Air cushions, swimming rings, basketballs, footballs, lifebuoys, and any inflatable ball toys can be inflated.
👤This thing is garbage. I tried to get it above 60-65 psi even when locked. I was able to get one tire to 80 psi by getting the perfect angle, but was unable to get both tires.
👤This is the best hand pump I have ever had. I raced triathlons for 22 years and usually biked 2,000 miles per year. I biked over 4,000 miles one year. The pump is stable and easy to use. The gauge is easy to read. A lot of air goes in with each pump so it pumps up a tire quickly. There is a I would buy another one if it died.
👤This is my first purchase of a pump. I ride every day. I'm 5 foot one and weigh 100 pounds, but I've always carried a hand pump. It was very easy to pump my tires and I never have to use a hand pump. It was more than I expected, and it was very classy. I would recommend this to anyone. It is one of my favorite purchases.
👤If you're looking for a small pump, look somewhere else. If you're going places, this is a pump to keep in your garage or car trunk. You can't carry a backpack pump on your bike. There is a Coming from a small pump is an upgrade. It is easy to inflate my tires with this pump. It has an attached container for different types of connections. Absolutely great.
👤I usually don't write reviews but after using this pump for over a month I feel I should share my experience with current or future owners. All comments are compared to my old ones. Topeak pump. There is a The first issue is accuracy and it always reads a little bit lower. There is a It took more effort to pump air, as if the hose was not fully open. There is a The hose that feeds air from the pump into a tire broke just before Thanksgiving. There is a Nothing these days is perfect, maybe I received a bad product.
👤It was well packaged, with taped in cardboard, wrapped in bubble wrap, and packed in a large box. There is a The cylinder is damaged when it arrives and it affects its operation, every time it hits the dent it gets stuck. This happens on both the up and down strokes. There is a It takes about 65 full pumps to get one 29" mountain bike tire from 10 to 60 pounds. That is a workout. I'm not sure if this would work better without the cylinder. It would be nice if it would pump more smoothly.
👤This pump is very easy to use. Going to flat to 65 psi on my bike took less pumps than I had expected, which was a pleasant surprise. I was thrown off at first, as I'm used to pulling down on the lock in order to lock it in place, while on this one lifting the lock is what secures it. It took me a long time to figure it out, so hopefully my mentioning will help someone else. This pump is perfect for my upstairs apartment and it is multi-use. It's a must for anyone that wants to top off before going on rides or for emergency inflation.
If you have any issues with the product, please feel free to contact them, they can provide a solution. Not compatible with valve extender. No CO2 was included. The Quick-Attach Valve System helps regulate the release of CO2 for fast, efficient, and controlled inflation on mountain bikes, road bikes, and pro cycling options. Universal Valve Support is a professional-grade CO2 tire inflator that works with Presta and Schrader valves, so you don't need to swap out heads. It's ideal for on-the-fly tire inflation. The protective insulated sleeve is the perfect addition to your bike CO2 inflator kit because it works with most CO2 inflators and is long- lasting. The Turbulent CO2 bike tire inflator is small enough to fit inside a pocket, pouch, bag, backpack, tool kit, glovebox, and just about anywhere else you need to keep one handy for quick bike tire repairs. Each CO2 tire inflator comes with a lifetime warranty, which is why they are the best in the business, because they are focused on making the best CO2 tire inflator possible and to ensure total satisfaction.
👤I bought this for my saddle bag. I wanted something light and small. I got a flat today after being there for a while. I am running tubeless. I ran over something that made a big hole in the tire and the sealant wouldn't plug it. There was a spare tire, tube and pump. The pump was the thing that didn't work. Most of the co2 was sprayed around the cylinder connection and not into the tire. The pump took the valve with it and there was no air in the tire. I might be an ID-10-T. I have a degree in mechanical engineering. I am not a complete moron every day.
👤It matches my tire valve covers and is small. It's in my bike seat bag. The ones at my local store are higher quality. If you want to get THREADED CO2 canisters, make sure you get the regular ones.
👤The design is very sleek and cool. You have to screw the tank on and then back it off to get air flow. When you loosen the valve, the fitment to go over the presta tends to back out.
👤This is amazing. I read the reviews before buying this and one man said he thought he got a defect because he didn't push the valve. I thought the same thing, so I put the Co2 on the foam sleeve and screwed the valve down on to the Schrader valve, so I wouldn't get frost on my car, and then I put the foam on the Co2 and screwed it down. This is amazing.
👤This is easy to fit in a saddle bag. It was used about 5 times. I learned to loosen the canister when I connected the tube stem. You only get one chance. I had to use pliers to get the valve out after the Presta valve internals froze as I disconnected. I now carry some canisters. It might be better to have a small hand pump.
👤Some directions need to be more clear. As you loosen the threads, it works.
👤I'm not sure if it was a design flaw or a manufacturing defect, but the one I ordered had no way of opening the schrader valve to let the co2 into the tube.
👤I threw this into a field after wasting two CO2s. The second froze the valve and it broke off. I have used others without any problems and will order a better one.
The portable air compressor from Prow is a good buy. The air compressor tire inflator is made by a company that is leading in quality and gives a 2-year manufacturer's warranty with outstanding customer service. The floor pump has an easy to read gauge. The handle is comfortable.
👤The pump is skinny and does not hold enough air so it takes twice as many pumps as other pumps of this size. I inflated tires for kids. It felt like a workout. There is a The gauge is useless. First of all, the markings are not correct. Look at the photo. The bars are between the tens. What is that suppose to mean? The bar is 2.5 psi. The normal gauge has 10 or 5 bars between the tens. It's a representation of 1 or 2 psi. There is a The first mark on the gauge is 10 psi. There are no marks for inflating a soccer ball which has 3-4 psi. There is a The lock is working. It takes a number of attempts to get it to start pumping.
👤Amazon's choice? It's not good. The 20 year old Nashbar one works intermittently but does a better job. This pump is flimsy and cheap. It's difficult to use. It takes forever to inflate a bike tire to 90psi and it leaks air in the process. I used a Bontrager pump to fill the tube. The tire was completely filled by the Bontrager. It must take 3-4 times as long. Maybe its barrel is too small. This one's barrel was about the same size as the Bontrager barrel. The valves and pressure gauge are the only nice features. Unless you're only pumping up a soccer ball or basketball, it's useless. You're pumping for something. I wouldn't recommend it to anyone. I would've returned it if I hadn't let the 30 day return policy get away from me.
👤How to fix a presta valve bike tire. Take off the bike tire valve cap and set the pump level to neutral. You can find a gasket insert Grey screw cap and gasket inside the bike valve insert and the pump valve lower gasket. Out (Arrow Point at Grey Cap Valve) Pump 25 times to reach 80 PSI and then turn the valve lever back to neutral. If you messed up the seating of the gasket and position of the bike pump, you should not have heard about the leak. There is a Remove grey cap from valve's while keeping pump valve steady. Pull away the pump valve quickly, then remove the grey cap and gasket. Throughout this process, no air should be out. Enjoy the inflated tires. It took half an hour to figure it out. Lots of reviews flaming product, they don't know how to use it. Not sending out more instructions is a problem for partially sellers. Good luck.
👤You can start by putting the connection on the valve stem and locking it up. You have to turn the lock on the tire to release the valve head. A flaw in the design of the'smart' valve head causes the air in the tire to blow out. My solution so far is to overfill the tire to make up for the loss of pressure, and to remove the smart valve head from the bike's valve stem. I wish I'd known about this before I bought it. The buyer should beware.
We are very proud to have been awarded the Best Bicycle Frame and Mini Pump Review award by the outdoor gear lab. Safe & secure connection with no leaks is designed for any size of CO2 cartridges. The rubber is called EVA. No frozen fingers are included in the foam sleeve. Instructions are included. Not compatible with valve extenders. Extra care should be taken to screw the core into the valve stem for Presta valves. CO2 sold separately. Save money by investing in the best CO2 inflators and not spending money on a cheaper one when you need it the most. This CO2 inflator is made from a high quality aluminum alloy and built to last so you can have a safe ride. It's important. Store the CO2 in the inflator head until needed for operation. Care and respect should be taken when using CO2 gas. They are so confident in the quality of their products that if you have any product issues, they are very happy to either provide aRefund or aReplacement! Premium quality threaded CO2 can be used for the best performance. Poor quality threads and seals can potentially damage the CO2 inflator head, and therefore fail, when most needed.
👤I've had a lot of issues with this unit. You can screw the inflator to your tube before releasing the gas if the attachment is threaded. When I remove that attachment, the valve of the tube will not open and I will lose all the gas and the tube will be worthless. I tried not to put it on. I always have problems with it because it doesn't make a good seal as it inflates, or it still Attaches enough to remove the valve as I try to remove the inflator. I am going to find something new after limping along for too long.
👤My son's CO2 inflator lost the red lever while he was riding and after he lost it, they offered a free replacement. This company will buy from them again.
👤I realized that I needed a CO2 inflator in order to fix a flat on the road as I only had a floor pump at home. I bought this product because I looked around and decided to try it out. If you don't have one, then I suggest you buy one because I had 3 flats during this camp and this is my best friend. My pro and con list is here. There is a It's very small and light, easy to put in your back pocket or saddle bag, and it's very portable. Simply twist the valve counter-clockwise 45 degrees and twist the opposite direction to close the tank, it's really easy to do on the road. It's nice and stylish, most inflators I saw were bulky and ugly, and this is just extremely small and professional. It's good at inflating, a 16g CO2 canister filled my 25mm tubes quickly and to 95 psi at home. There is a The foam insulation is a little thin, so don't forget that, your hands will still get cold without a glove. The lever to begin inflating is a bit tight. I get that it's for a good reason and wouldn't want to open the valve. There is a Overall: I've been happy with this little CO2 inflator, but I would like to see a thicker canister insulation. It's a great product. I used it on the road. I know I can trust it. If you want to buy a home, you should inflate your tubes with air when you get home, CO2 will get you home. It leaks much faster than air, use it for emergencies, not every day, and you should put something between your hand and the CO2 canister, but that is for any pump. This pump does not come with a CO2 canister, but it did save me on the road this past week. That is stated in the description. There is a It is not possible to say that it is. If you found this review helpful, please press the button below. I was given a discounted price on this item in exchange for an honest and unbiased review. The inflator is awesome.
👤If you don't want to walk to get help for a flat tire, you need a repair kit with you. A source of inflation includes: tube(s), tire lever, and a source of inflation. The metal inflation valve and foam CO2 cover are a small item. The main photo is confusing because it shows what the tool would look like with a CO2 cartridge and foam cover on it. I carry this tool, a tube, 2 x CO2 cartridges, a snack, and a tire lever if I have a mis-fire during inflation. Since I only have one backup, I don't continue my ride further away from my home base if I get a flat. When you inflate a tire with CO2, the inflation valve gets very cold so gloves or a folded t-shirt would work in a pinch. If you want to fix a flat on the trail, it is a good idea to inflate your inner tube by mouth just to get enough shape to fit inside the tire. Use the tire lever to get the tire fully on, then inflate slowly with this tool. If you don't insert the tube into the empty tire, you'll end up with a second flat when you inflate the tire, and that's if you don't do that. There is a Hope this helps with your rides.
The package has multiple nozzles and a 100% return and refund policy. They will give you a money back/replacement warranty for a year. If you are not completely satisfied with their products, they will give you a 100% return&refund in one year. The new premium design has rounded ends and is more attractive. I am sure you will agree that it looks great! Reach high pressures of 100 to 6.9 bar. The handheld portable inflator is the best accessory for those cyclists and racers who are obsessed with marginal gains. The parts are built to last so you can have a safe and enjoyable ride. Presta and Schrader are compatible. Their high performance thread-on valve connection allows for a tight seal with no air leaks. Their safe and secure frame mounted bracket has extra security. Installation of a pump mount requires pre-drilled holes in the bike frame.
👤I wanted to use this bike pump. It feels solid and durable to use and it is attractive. Not flimsy plastic. The screw on hose connection worked better than the lever style. There is a The handle was the most important issue for me. The rubber piece which hides the storage area does not attach to the handle when the hose is in use, which causes it to slide all over when trying to push on the end of the handle. The hose storage opening is very uncomfortable to push on and there is some sharp cornered metal underneath the rubber cap. It was difficult to keep the rubber stop on the end because it wanted to slide around on the metal surface without the hose. One critical area is overlooked in the design. I would buy one if it could be fixed, but it's not functional for road bikes that need upwards of 90 PSI.
👤The way the pump comes with the original holder doesn't work as it puts the pump way to far from the seat tube and touches my cadence sensor, in my specific case, one is with the original holder, and the other is with the holder of my Specialized mini pump. Generally, a setup is not very efficient. There is a The aluminum body of the pump is well made. It is not very efficient and the end caps are rubbery and don't click or have a sturdy retention. After having the pump attached to the bike for a while and the road bumps or the vibrations of the ride, as well as dust and time, will quickly make those rubber lids useless, the cap or let's call it the handle part of the pump does. That works okay now because it is new, but will give up very quickly. I don't know how it will hold or what will happen with the pump. One will have to work really hard to get a tire inflated to 90-100 psi because the air pumping efficiency is ok. The finish with the pump would be ideal. I was thinking to replace my mini pump with this one. It takes a lot of work to achieve the same amount of inflation. The Presta valve has a hose on it. It is more efficient if you have this option. I got two of these pumps, one for my road bike and one for my P3 Tri bike. This was not a good investment. I like the Pro tool bike products, but this one was a flop. I might give it to the tri club.
👤The bike pump is designed for emergency use. Before you leave your house, I would recommend you practice using the pump. Attach the hose to the bike tire first and then attach the pump hose to it. Then everything works correctly.
👤I had to mount my bike upside down because of the mounting holes. This may be an issue for some. There are no leaks because it screws onto the valve stem. It's difficult to pump up a flat, leaks make it worse. One side of the hose works very well. If you ride off-road, you should use the dust caps because they keep the trash out. The last pump was full of mud and it was not usable.
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