Customer satisfaction is their first priority. Their product is backed by a 100% money back guarantee, that's why they guarantee you will love it. If you are not happy with this product, they will give you a full refund. The design is classic, durable, compact and lightweight. The rubber foam sleeve is included to prevent frozen fingers. Both Presta and Schrader valves are compatible. The washers have a threaded seal connection. All threaded size UNF3/8inflating head. The CO2 is in the Cartridges. CO2 is not included. It is made from strong and durable aluminum alloy and alloy steel. It was heat-treated. There are three additional spare washers. The control valve is easy to use. Inflates in seconds and gets you riding again. The product is original. Customer satisfaction and product quality are very important to them. If you have any problems, they can give you a full refund or a replacement.
👤I tested the inflator on my wheels at home to make sure it worked and that I didn't encounter any surprises, even though I haven't used it on the road. I've only used the Proflate Elite unit and can say that the Brisk More is a better piece of equipment. My observations are below. No loss of C02 was caused by threads securely onto the presta valve. It is very easy to use 3. Smooth valve control. There was no air loss when removing the tool. spare replacement seals for valves. I use a small bag for my seat bag. Even though it says 12 and 16g, it works with 20g. I can't speak for other C02s. There are 9. This is a nice inflator. I would recommend it to my friends. The spare seals and sleeve is a nice touch that most companies wouldn't include. I have a Proflate Elite in my mountain bike seat bag, and I am going to replace it with a 2nd Brisk More.
👤I've had to use this tool twice. The Presta valve was the first to be used. The seller's statement that the tool does not screw down securely on a Presta valve is incorrect. With a longer valve, I was able to get the tool down firmly on the valve, and inflate my rescue tube, so I could get home. The 700x23 tire's pressure is incorrect. Normally, I inflate to 100. There is a The second time I had to use this tool, I had to use a replacement Presta valve. Poor thinking on my part. This tool doesn't screw onto the valve, and when I tried to seat it on the valve, it came into contact with the wheel. The result was a loss. In the middle of July 4 crowds, I had to ride very slowly and gently, about 6+ miles home, after I got perhaps 30-40 PSI. It was very bad. It was a wholly unsatisfactory result. I need a tool that will screw down on the valve, or at least close around it like a lips on a straw, and which doesn't depend on having valves of a particular length in order to work, perfectly, the first time, in a moment of stress. I didn't find the words printed on it helpful, and they were hard to read in the dark.
👤Air leaks out of the part where it screws onto the schrader valve when this inflation valve works. I tried it today and it worked. I realized that it was probably loose. There is a I used the inflation valve to tighten it. It worked well. There is a I feel like there are two more manufacturing steps that need to be done, one of which is to cut away some of the stem's sides to make it flat. In case of maintenance, this will allow users to use pliers to tighten and loosen the stem. Users will not be frustrated that their inflation valve is already leaking because of this. The rating went down because of that. There is a I will tighten the valve stem with a bit of thread locker and some needle nose pliers, but only if I can get some rubber on the teeth.
The handle is comfortable. "SUPER-FIT" Clever Valve locks onto both Presta and Schrader valves, no leaks, no valve changing needed, or extra bike pump adaptors needed. The Telescope Design switch from high-volume inflation to high-pressure inflation. The mini bike pump is perfect. The bicycle pump can be held firmly in place with a secure mounting strap. Glueless Puncture Kit is included to be prepared for a flat tire. The Ironclad warranty is backed by a 5-year manufacturers warranty. The mini bike pump is built to last.
👤When I bought this pump, I didn't know it had 2 stages of pumping. The collar on the pump can be unlocked for fast inflation, and the pump can be extended twice as far as I believe. This allows more air to be breathed in. Once you get to a higher pressure, you lock the collar back down and pump with shorter strokes. I've tested it on my bike and it works. It's not a replacement for your full-size pump, but it will be great when needed on the road.
👤I used it while I was out on the trail, but it broke when I tried to pump up my flat. The lever that you use to pump fell out. I thought it was going to work well, based on the reviews. After having it for less than 30 days, it fell apart.
👤The pump was advertised. The universal presta/schrader head works well. The tube on the 700/23 tire was changed. In the low pressure mode, 60 strokes were taken and another 100 strokes in the high pressure mode. 80psi would normally be a minimum pressure to ride on, but the lack of a comfortable hand grip along with a very hot summer sun convinced me to ride on 50psi. I believe that riders with weak arms will not find this pump adequate. There is a The mount on my old Topeak was cumbersome and it was damaged. It had a feature that allowed it to be converted to a mini floor pump.
👤I bought this pump for my touring bike because I didn't want to rely on the cartridges on long trips. There is a There is a pump next to the pedal that mounts easily. It seems to work well on my 27 tires at 70 PSI, and I haven't had to use it much so far.
👤The pump works well and is a good value. The patch kit comes in a sturdy case, which is great. It's nice to have a needle valve on hand if I ever need it, but it's not something I'll use often. There is a The pump is small, and comes with a clip for mounting to the bike frame, as well as a strap to keep it securely where it should be. The feature that allows it to double its capacity is something that I like, it definitely pumps the tire faster than my older model that did not have that feature. You can leave the extended mode unlocked when you store it, so you don't have to use it every time you use it.
👤Customer service is great. I didn't know much about the presta valve on my bike. The "lock" on the valve stems looks like a crown that spins to tighten and loosen. I sent an email to the company to find out how to fix it, and they responded within an hour. I figured it out by then, but they helped anyway. There is a They have a great little instructional video, but they didn't explain the valve stem "lock" piece. I have pumped hundreds of bike tires, but this was the first "presta" valve I had seen. There is a The pump had two modes, which was cool. The longer the pump handle is, the more air it can pump at a lower pressure. When you want to get the higher pressure, you shorten the handle and push out a higher pressure to fill the tires for most sport bikes. It is easy to mount my bike with the included plastic mount piece. The only question I have is what the loop is for. I couldn't figure it out. It's a good thing.
There is a man named Denny Rubber Howe. The rubber hose inside the pump was designed to prevent oxidation. It is hidden on the top of the pump and can be stretched back and forth to save time when installing rubber hose. The portable and durable design is easy to carry. An insulated rubber foam sleeve is included to prevent frostbite fingers during operation. The control gas volume switch can be adjusted to control the air volume. Before connecting the gas cylinder, the gas volume switch must be turned off. It is safe and practical. The interface ring is resistant to temperatures as low as -60 C and the thimble is not easy to damage. It's portable and suitable for emergency situations. Universal Valve Support: This professional-grade CO2 tire inflator is designed to work with Presta and Schrader valves, so you don't need to swap out heads. It's ideal for on-the-fly tire inflation. The nozzle head may be very cold when carbon dioxide passes through. Before the end of the pumping action or before the nozzle head has returned to normal temperature, do not release the air nozzle.
👤This is a great inflator and it comes with an extra o ring. One time, I had an inflator fail on me on a ride because of a bad o ring. It is nice to have an extra one in my bag because they are small and hard to find in the hardware stores. The sleeve is nice but I don't use it often. If you carry two CO2s with you, it can cause your seat bag to rattle. The value is great. This is a very good inflator. Works for both presta and schrader valves.
👤This is a good item for tire users. When the tank was attached to the nozzle mod, it slowly released air pressure. Carry items in a small bag. The air tanks are small and effective. It is a must have for safety and peace of mind as you travel.
👤In the event of a flat tire, this is a great tool to have in your riding pack. It is light weight, compact and effective. If you can't get the best patch job in the field, the CO2 will hold long enough to get you back on the trail and into civilization.
👤It seems to be built well. It doesn't feel cheap. Happy with it.
The accessories include a bicycle tire repair tool and an inflatable needle that can be used to inflate sports balls. Retaining straps and brackets are used to fix a portable air pump. Valuable cycling time is being used up as you start to pump your tire on the side of the road. 500 strokes of a conventional pump is all you need to get a reasonable tire pressure. You feel like your arm is about to fall off. You wonder if a gym membership or one arm push ups would have helped. There is an easier way. The Ezi bike pump is easy to use and works quickly. So easy! The tire valve can be quickly removed with the quick release lever. The chance of air escaping is reduced. It works with Presta and Schrader Valves. The built-in lock helps prevent accidental release of the Co2. The bike mounting brackets were also included. Reliable! The base model has been tested many times. It is reassuring to know that you have invested in a pump that doesn't require replacement parts. The Ezi Bike Pump is backed by a lifetime guarantee. There is a small size and light weight. You won't notice it's in your pocket at 5.7 inches and 5.12 ounces. Carry a single piece of paper with you. CO2 can be purchased separately. Takes 16 gram THREADED or UNTHREADED. 16 gram Co2 can be purchased from sports or bicycle stores. Below is a listing of what online Cartridges are available in your country. If you are a US resident, you can type B0887V54C3 into the search bar. The store is in a pump holder.
👤Having bad luck with things. The hand pump was to be top off, but it ended up letting all the air out, even though it would puncture the cartridge. Same thing happened when you tried a 2nd cartridge. Trashed it at the next stop.
👤Cette pompe is easy to use. Air conserve son air.
👤The air pin that goes into the co2 bottle was not here.
👤There is a need to make contact with a CO2 that is not threaded.
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.
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! 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. Get back riding quickly with their 1-Turn Valve System, which inflates a tire in seconds. Control lever operation regulates the speed of CO2 release. Twin valve head threads onto either Presta or Schrader 'threaded' valves. Not compatible with valve extenders. Extra care should be taken to screw the core into the valve stem for Presta valves. The canister body insulates from cold during inflation, and it has an integrated canister for safe storing a CO2 cartridge. No leaks are delivered when inflating with a safe screw-on valve connection. It is designed for 'threaded' cartridges. Not compatible with 20g or 25g CO2 canisters. Instructions and spare rubber O-ring included. threaded CO2 cartridges sold separately. Customers love the CO2 inflator for its small size which is perfect for storing in your saddle bag or cycling jersey pocket. Save money in the long term with the new design. Spending money on a cheaper CO2 inflator will fail when you need it the most. The CO2 inflator is made from superior quality aluminum and is built to last so you can have a safe ride. The product has a length of 12 cm and a width of 2 cm. The weight is 1.9 ounces. If you have a product issue, they are happy to give you a Refunds or a Replacement. Premium quality threaded CO2 can be used for the best performance.
👤I tested the inflator on my tire with presta valves. I used the air compresser in my garage to get the job done. I suggest everyone do this with their equipment to make sure they know how to use it. I have no idea why negative reviews complain of confusing operation, inability to store cartridges, or lost air, because this is a very simple device to use. There is a There are tips for an awesome experience. Store inside a pack or plastic bag to prevent debris from entering. You should do this with any CO2 inflator. I don't like the idea of using a dust-filled nozzle. 2. The instructions should be read. This is not rocket science. Failure to read instructions seems to be the cause of most complaints. 3. The O ring should be checked regularly. To prevent air escape, ensure it is in good condition. A spare O ring is provided. 4. You can store the CO2 by putting it down. Some people complain that you can't store it withoutpuncturing because you failed to invert it. 5. The lever should be operated quickly. When inflating a tubeless tire, opening it fast is important. If the valve seal is not tight, turn the lever slowly. If you want to allow air to escape through the lever threads, do not turn past 90. 6. Turn off the lever before removing the inflator. I have seen tires deflating due to an open valve. Don't be the person who stuck on the trail asking for a spare. I have had a positive experience. I like that the product is lightweight, guards against hand freeze, and is safe to store inside. The mechanism is easy to maintain. I would buy this for a friend. I have to use this myself. On an expert trail at the top of the mountain, I got a puncture in my tire. If your front tire is flat, don't dive into a bed of sharp rocks at the top of an expert trail. The valve needs to be closed before the cartridge is put in. You can open the valve slowly and close it quickly to keep the cartridge charged. It's useful to top off the tire further down the trail, or when a second hole is found and you need a bit more pressure to get it sealed. The case doesn't get too cold. I found inflating Presta valves easier if you press the inflater on and hold it in place. It's a risk to screw it on because of the loosened tubeless stems. This is still very impressive.
👤I use this to top off my motorcycle tires when I am not near a gas station. I carry a lot of spare parts in case of a real flat tire. It's even better that you can store a new 16g cartridge upside down because it's always handy. I have had other items that have broken and this one is of better quality. A 16g canister adds around 5 psi to a tire. There is a It's important. Customer support is fantastic. I would buy from them again. There is a Hope this helps! If you have a question feel free to ask, just click the "helpful" button.
Mini tire inflator with emergency light provides up to 7h of enduring lighting, it is convenient for night or in dark places. Good heat dissipation is provided by the built-in fan that adds cooling holes at both endsm. It is easy to inflate. Control lever operation regulates speed to precisely control the C02 inflation, their mini CO2 bike tire inflator can help you inflate a flat in seconds and get back to riding. The mini bike pump CO2 inflator is the most convenient CO2 inflator for bike tire, it is small, portable, and lightweight. The bike CO2 inflator kit is made from high-end quality aluminum alloys, which ensure it is durable and accurate. The control valve is easy to use. It will help you get back on the bike. There is a rubber foam sleeve included to prevent frozen fingers. The bike tire deflation head has no leaks and can be adapted for any size of CO2 cartridges. The mini bike pump has a rubber EVA foam sleeve, no frozen fingers when operating. 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.
👤I had to lower the rating for this product since after less than 10 uses, the product now leaks most of the gas out of the valve handle, rendering it unsafe or impossible to inflate the innertube. The user can expect that after twisting the inflator onto the valve stem thread, you will be able to re-inflate the tube. The control valve is a nice idea, however, construction quality is a bit of an issue.
👤Finally! This was the third model I tried. I was going to give up on CO2 or buy an expensive brand name inflator. This thing works well. The on/off works perfectly. Simple. I think it won't leave me stranded. This is what you want.
👤This filled my tire and got me home. I now pack cotton gloves as the CO2 gets really cold in use. I was hoping I wouldn't need it. I am so glad I had it with me.
👤I have not used the item yet because I don't need it, but I will use it if I get a flat. That hasn't happened yet.
👤I had a flat out on the road and had to try this out. I highly recommend it.
👤It is a great price for what it is. When I was 36 miles into a 50 mile ride, I used this. I used this to flatten my new tube.
👤The first time I used it, it broke. Don't buy.
👤I would have preferred a triggering release valve.
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 ball and bladder needles come with a 3 year warranty. You will be blown away by how fast this 'Powerful Beast' inflates tires. Extra long barrel and oversized piston deliver pumping power for high volume and high pressure. The weight is 6.1oz/172g and the length is 12.2 inches. The mini floor bike pump does not have a pressure gauge. The T-handle provides 'great grip and Pushing Power'. The pump is stable on the ground thanks to the foot peg. The pump can be mounted on a bike frame with a safe and secure frame mount, or it can be stored in a bag or pannier. Installation of a pump mount requires pre-drilled holes in the bike frame. The thread-on valve connection enables a tight seal. Sports balls and inflatable needles are included. Not compatible with non threaded valve extenders. Extra care should be taken to screw the core into the valve stem for Presta valves. Invest in the best now and save money in the long run. Spending money on a pump that will fail when you need it the most is not smart. The track style pump is made from superior quality aluminum and is built to last so you can have a safe ride. There is a video in theRelated Video Shorts section. 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!
👤Wow! This is a bomb. As in Great. I have been on various road tires for the last 20 years, and I know about flats. Every portable pump I have used over the years on the road has only been enough to get me back on the road after a flat. I had to work very hard to get to that. I deflated one of my 700x23's to see if it worked. I got that tire to rock hard with minimal effort, even though this pump does not have a pressure gauge. The other portables did not get that hard. This is a great keeper. The included presta/schrader design is easy to use. The construction is mostly metal, and it comes with a brackets to attach to the bike. It is slightly larger than my other portables. I will still use my floor pumps for general use, but this will travel with me all the time. It makes me feel better about my rides. The seller e-mailed me with instructions and a phone number if I had any problems after I rec'd the pump. I am reassured by the seller's interest in follow-up after the sale. I wish I'd come across this years ago. There is an update. A new tire was replaced on the side of the road in record time. It was pumped up fast and hard. I am very happy with this.
👤I saw this product on the show and thought if it was good enough for him, it must be good. I really like this pump. I have an old hand pump that I use to hold the valve stem with one hand and pump with the other, but I got tired before the tire was pumped, so I tried hard not to bend the stem. This is better. The pump connects with a hose, so you can't hold your hand steady while you pump. The floor pump option is more powerful and efficient than the other options. It's easy to switch the end from presta to schrader. It has a beach ball tip and a ball needle. My 6 year old pumped up all of his balls without any trouble. I deflated my tire to see how well the pump worked, and I would say it was better than I was expecting. I had to check the pressure once halfway through the re-inflating process, but it took less than 2 minutes. I wouldn't expect to be able to reseat the tubeless bead with a hand pump. It was a bit of a chore to remove the end of the pump from the valve stem because you need to take care not to remove the valve core, but it was the only downside I saw. This wouldn't be a big deal if you were better at guessing what pressure you wanted. This will not be my main pump, so if I use it, I will be in trouble. It's a good thing. It is very light and smaller than my old hand pump. The end of the nozzle is in the handle. It's easy to fit in my hydration backpack. It feels good. It would be difficult to mount on your frame, but it has the hardware to do it. I would recommend anyone in the market for a handpump to pack it.
It is compatible with 16 gram, 20 gram and 25 gram CO2 cartridges. The parts are built to last and are made from superior quality aluminum alloy. The design is easy to carry. The Mini Bike Pump can be used to inflate bike tires during emergency repairs or to maintain tire pressure over the course of a season. It's easy to switch the Presta and Schrader valves and make a perfect mini bike pump for both road or mountain bikes connections. Don't worry with the adapter, get rid of it. Also, note: If you have received the wrong product, please contact them and they will send you a replacement for free. The lightest weight (2.9 ounces) makes this portable bike pump almost weightless and extremely compact that can be attached to the bike frame under your backpack. It will be a great help on your journey. The surface is designed with non-slip stripes, it won't leave from your hand when pumping. The mini bike pump has more strokes than the Quick pumping power and accurate inflation makes it a better mini bike pump. The bicycle hand pump can quickly expand basketball, football, volleyball, etc. It is a close friend of a small partner. If you have a product issue, they are happy to give you a replacement or a refund. If you have received the wrong product, please contact them and they will send you a replacement for free.
👤There are three things that anyone considering this pump wants. Small and light. Airs up a tire. Doesn't fall apart after a few uses. The mini-pump is able to fulfill these requirements. It may take 200 strokes to pump up a road bike tire, but eventually you'll get a decent pressure in a 700c tire. It's small and portable, taking less space than a CO2 nozzle. The presta nozzle requires some care in use because it is not a clamps.
👤It is possible to fill a road tire with more than 100 strokes. There is a It takes a lot of time to fill a tire on these because of the tiny air cavity. It's easier than walking 20 miles home. There is a If you don't keep it oiled up and make sure the black ring is tightened down, it will come apart.
👤The Mini Bike Pump is a light weight pump. It doesn't take up a lot of room, it shares mounting holes with my bottle cage. I have used it on the trail. I was able to get the tire fixed. Doing so with this mini pump is a real workout. It was a workout, but I didn't keep count of the number of pumps. I keep this on my bike as a backup to my CO2 pump and keep 2 lengths of Gorilla Tape around it. I think it is a good buy. I hope you don't get flats or you like arm workouts on the trail, if you are going to use it as your primary trail pump.
👤The pump is portable, but it's not strong. You will have a stroke if you use this.
👤It was owned for a month. It works well on my Presta tube valves. My scale says it weighs 3.0 ounces. It is the same as a CO2 cartridge. The CO2 value is 1.0 ounces. It works in my bag. I own a gravel bike and have WTB Riddler 700x37c tires on it. It took 660 strokes of the pump to get to 3bar pressure. It works for emergency use, but doesn't use expendables like CO2. I have a RoadMorphG pump that is 3x length and diameter. It took 100 strokes to get the same wound. 3 bar tire pressure.
👤Its good. You have to have strong stomachs to kill it. There is a My thighs are not.
👤A light weight pump that works and is compact. It takes a long time to inflate a bike tire because it is so small. It feels substantial in use and seems to have been manufactured with care. I solved the problem of the exposed valve attachment port by using a rubber band to keep the head from flopping around. This is a small pump with limitations, but no plastic parts to break. It should last for a long time.
👤Not a replacement for the floor pump. The pump is small and light. It is easy to fit in a small behind the seat bag. It can inflate road tires to 120 psi. ... It takes a few strokes. It's still nice to walk home with a bike.
The GIGA PUMP 2.0 is the most portable pump in the world, it weighs only 2.8 ounces, as small as a key, and is suitable for most of the context in your outdoor. One charge lasts long enough to inflate more than 10 single air mattresses, or vacuum more than 20 large vacuum bags, or last up to 10 hours of illumination. It comes with 5 nozzles that fit most air mattresses, inflatable pool floats, swimming rings, yoga ball and kid's toys. You can save more than 50% of the space with one nozzle. It could be used to store spare comforter and out of season clothes. The vacuum nozzle will suck up the excess air in the vacuum bag. You can save more than 50% of the space. The ultra-bright lantern with a brightness of 40lm to 400lms is part of the GIGA Pump 2.0 camping lantern. There are 3 levels of lighting. The GIGA Pump 2.0 has up to 10 hours of battery life, which makes it more convenient.
👤I didn't want to use the air collection bag to pump up my sleeping pad so I bought this pump. I can't understand why there isn't a standard value thread on these sleeping pads to use a small lightweight bike pump. Most sporting stores have them. It seems like a logical solution to not have a bag. I don't think the air bag works for me. It made me angry. I wanted a pump. The light is very bright in the high setting, and the lower settings seem moderate to use in a tent. The low setting is likely to be used a lot by me. I had to buy a tent light, but that alone saved me money. You can find cheap options. The pump works well. It inflated my sleeping pad and pillow in about two minutes. I have to hold it in to make sure it inflates all the way because the valve attachment didn't attach well to the sleeping pad or pillow I own. That is the only negative side besides the price. I think this pump could be cheaper. I would feel better about the price if it was 15-20 usd. The plastic material used to build this pump feels like it could crack if dropped on a rock or hard surface. The attachment to the little nozzle is special. If you take care of your pump, it should be fine. If you know what I mean, it is not that durable. Something worth noting is something else. The sleeping pad is deflated by the vacuum feature. I appreciate the feature for what it is. Is this pump worth it? My answer is yes. I would like to pay less. Is it a good thing to own it? Yes. I plan to use it a lot. It could be used to start a camp fire by blowing air at the kindling.
👤The light is nice even if it isn't the purpose of the device, I like it, but the tube coming out of the device is very short, so you have to hold it the entire time.
👤This thing is amazing. It works well for quickly inflating my sleeping pad, the light is nice and bright, and it is super tiny. The position of the valve is the reason for only 4 stars. It requires you to hold it in place for the entire time or it will pop off.
👤I used my pump this weekend on my Exped Megamat 10 and it makes me sweat blowing it up manually. The pump worked. It did not have to manually top it off. It took about 5 minutes. It pops off occasionally so keep an eye on it. The pump is loud and high pitched so use it before bed to not annoy the neighbors. I love how small it is. Highly recommended.
👤A lot of power in a small package. The built in light, which has 3 levels of brightness, is a big plus, as is the fact that it is a rechargeable device. There is a The only downside for me is that the adapters don't work on small food bags. They do work on large ones. Would buy again.
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