The steel base has extra large foot pads and is easy to read. The pressure is tested to 160 PSI. Instantly switch between Presta and Schrader and Deutschland Valves for fast and easy fill. The Iron Base Frame has a aluminum Piston and a pressure gauge. Double Pistons deliver up to 160 PSI/11 Bar, which is significantly reducing inflation times. The steel frame has a built-in safety pedal locking clip and 2 rubber feet.
👤This worked on my valves. It took a bit of work to get it to force down on an uninflated tire with no locking nut. The foot pump design is better than the hand pump. If you don't see a reading for a while, it's because the pressure meter doesn't work at low pressure. The travel of the pedal isn't constrained so you have to be careful when going up and down. The pedal will collide with the frame if side to side motion is used. I'd be willing to upgrade to a new pedal model if it solved this issue. Excellent pump.
👤The air gauge, pump closure lock, rubber feet, and air hose are all cheap and flimsy, even though they are heavy duty. The air hose looks like a toy. A plastic screw-on ring that looks incredible fragile is used to connect the hose to the pump and fitting. I had to double check that the pump was on the tire valve after I pumped my bike tire to 30psi. It took 15 pumps to get it to 30psi and a regular floor hand pump to take half of that.
👤I saw that 'precision' when I first tried it. It takes forever to get past 20psi on my Mt bike tire, not only does it not register the pressure when first connected, but it takes 888-349-8884. It's woefully inaccurate when it does. I was expecting about 30psi or less. It was hard when I realized that the Guage is useless.
👤I needed to fill the tires on my bike. It was easy to use. The first pump broke. A rivet type fitting secures the hinge on the pump. The pump broke there. The manufacturer sent me a new one after I called them. The new pump broke in the same place as the original. If it requires 100 pounds of pressure, this is not your pump.
👤The air connections work well. The air hose is not strong. It takes a lot of pumps to do the same amount of work.
👤I've contacted the company many times. They won't respond. I told them that before I wrote a review. It doesn't work. It will let the air out of my tire, but won't put it back in. Contact me if the owners are reading this. I haven't reported it to Amazon yet, but that will be my next step.
👤This is my second one. Both of them work well.
👤The pump worked well for 2.5 months. The air was drained after the seals blew on the pistons. The same thing happened to my friend after he bought the same pump. It's best to invest in something that's a bit stronger.
👤One of the pistons on the pump stopped working. As I switched between my bike with one type of valve and my partners bike with a different style, I selected this one to save fiddling with an adaptor. When we take the bikes on camping holidays, it's in the boot of the car. The old pump had an annoying squeak when being used. Would recommend.
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.
There is a warranty. They will provide excellent customer service with their UNCONDITIONAL Free Replacement or Money back guarantee for a period of 8 years. The smart valve design can be used with both Presta and Schrader. The portable design is light weight and portable. Keep the pump attached during the ride. Sport balls can be inflated with the Sport Ball Needle and Inflatable device.
👤I'm giving it 4 stars because I had no idea how to use it. I couldn't find any instructions. Please, for the newcomers, add some instructions. There is a I figured it out. It was difficult for me because my tire was flat and the pump wasn't attaching to my Shrader valve. If you have this problem, I have a tip that you can use: "You can easily inflate a completely flat tire if the tube is still good." When a tire is completely flat, you have to press the back of the tire so that the valve doesn't recess into the tire so your pump can be attached to it.
👤I should have known this was a piece of junk when I saw it was 100% plastic, but I didn't believe them when they said "Super Fit Clever Valve: no leaks, firmly grips both Schrader and Presta valves automatically". My ass will be automatic! The minute I saw the valve head, I was discouraged. I didn't need to use it until two weeks after the return date, when I learned it wouldn't work with a Schrader valve. The pump came with no company info and no instructions on how to use it for both types of valve. You just have to press it on the valve stem very firmly so that it presses down on the core stem inside. It can't get air into the tube if it isn't able to. It takes a bit of effort to press it firmly until it bottoms out. Are you serious? I don't need a plastic endurance test, I need a simple bike pump. Does anyone make a mini-pump for Schrader valves? Where is the default valve setting? I'm developing an allergy to that phrase. Twenty bucks set on fire, thanks to BV!
👤The bike pump I bought was specifically for my jogging stroller. The pump I bought was too heavy to fit next to the spokes of the wheel. The pump does cut it close. I have a BOB revolution flex 3.0. The quality is pretty good for the price. The handle tilts to make it easier to pump.
👤I like the design of the products from BV. The pump is well designed. When using presta vs shrader valves, the newer designs have washers that need to be configured. The newer pump heads instantly adjust for the different tube valves.
👤I had to change the pump because it fit my Presta valve tires. I am not that tech because it did not come with instruction. savvy I had to watch a video to learn how to make the switch. The pump worked perfectly once I figured it out.
👤Awesome! The tires were filled in less than 2 minutes. It's really easy to pump. My bike doesn't have holes for the holder, but the strap did the job. It will be handy to keep the pump on the bike. I love it!
👤Very small and portable. It's possible to fit in a backpack. It comes with an attachment to fix it on the bike. Highly recommend this purchase.
The Ironclad warranty is backed by a 5-year manufacturers warranty. The mini bike pump is built to last. 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 Integrated Pressure gauge on the hose allows you to 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.
Quality aluminum with rubber ring seal is the material of the Presta valve pump adapter. TheYASI brass valve pump kit includes 4 x DV/SV valve adapters, 2 x AV valve adapters, 2 x SV valve adapters, 2 x Ball pump needle, and 4 x premium inflatable nozzles. The complete bike valve is a complete bike tire presta and scharder valve adaptor. Make it easier to pump your bikes, motorcycles or automobiles. The ball needles and inflatable nozzles are great for most sport balls, like basketball, football, volleyball, rugby, yoga ball and swim ring, balloon or other inflatable toys. All of the valve adapters are made of pure brass and premium plastic, which are strong and durable for a long time of use. Kids can easily use the plastic nozzle for inflatable toys and balloon because it is easy to use. It is the best choice for inflatable equipment.
👤My bike had stupid european presta valves. I needed an accessory. There may be one here, but without instructions or a list of what I'm missing.
👤These products worked well. I was able to put air in my son's bike tires without buying a whole new system.
👤I needed some extra accessories for my pumps and this worked out. We hope we don't break them.
👤I had to buy this to air up a bicycle tire. I can't believe they put incomplete valve stem on bicycle tires.
👤The kit should meet the needs of the general user/ family, as individual adapters appear sturdy.
👤It was a great setup. The tiers on my bike were air up by the valves.
👤These come in a clear plastic storage case and have all the necessary adaptors. It was perfect!
Can sports balls be inflated? It's suitable for mountain and road bikes, strollers and wheelchairs. Meet your needs. It's convenient and light. The small bicycle pump is perfect for outing cyclists. It's easy to carry a floor bike pump on your bike frame. The portable bike tire pump with high pressure works more effectively to inflate road and mountain bikes. Only needs a few strokes to do it, saving 1/3 of the effort and getting back riding fast. Also, note the following. The bike air pump has no pressure gauge. Both Presta and Schrader use the high quality mini bike air pump from Presta. When the product is received, the default is to inflate the inner tube of the Schrader valve, if you want to inflate the Presta valve. Durability. The road bike pump with tire repair kit is made of high quality plastic and aluminum. It is not easy to rust and the advantages are high. It's time to get a bike tire pump that's well-made. There is a wide application. The mini floor bicycle pump can be used for strollers. Bike air pump with sports ball needle can easily inflate various balls such as basketball,volleyballs,socccer, swimming rings and so on.
👤The pump was a waste of time and money. I wouldn't connect to my tires. Couldn't produce air. A terrible design.
👤This was very small. I expected that. It doesn't work and the tips are missing. Don't waste time.
Their safe and secure frame mounted bracket has extra security. Installation of a pump mount requires pre-drilled holes in the bike frame. The smart inflators head of the Universal Digital Tire INFLATOR tool eliminates the need for valves in cars and bikes. ACCURATE PRESSURE GAUGE with auto ON-Off reads 0-200 psi. The range is ideal for Road tires with Tubes or Tubeless and also for cars. This tool is designed for home mechanics as well as for bicycle shops. As soon as you take it out of the box, the CycloSpirit Tire Inflator is ready to use. You can inflate as fast or as slow as you need, with or without the Presta Valve Core.
👤If you have a compressor, you can use this to inflate tires with Presta and Schrader valves. I checked the gauge against both of my digital and analog ones. It comes with two Energizer AA batteries, not the usual no name kind that don't last long. A little technique is required. If you lose a little air as you remove the hose it won't make a difference in pressure. If you want to lower the pressure on your bike tires, be sure to remove the hose and leak a little air from the connection. If you connect the hose and lift the lever to lock the valve then fill the tire with air, you will get an accurate reading. Pull the hose back from the valve by folding the locking lever. This tool is new to me and I don't know if it will last, but it is basically a standard digital car tire inflator with a head that will fit both Presta and Schrader valves. It's handy when you need to change larger tires, which can take a lot of pumping with a manual pump.
👤I was ready to return the tire inflator because it seemed to barely fit over the presta valves and not firmly lock on. The seller told me to push it firmly on the presta valves. I pressed harder and it went further when the inflator felt like it was all the way on. The presta valve was locked firmly. Push the inflator past where it seems to bottom out with presta valves. It will work perfectly once it goes. JACO has a tire gauge. The gauge is the same as the digital one. It works well on valves that are used for water. I did not have to return the presta valve because I learned how to use the inflator correctly.
👤I don't like reviews from people who just received an item. They are likely motivated to justify their decision. I know I'm not immune to that. I usually don't read early reviews. Here are the good things I've observed. The previous one I owned was more supple than the one I have now. If you only have two hands, it's much easier to use. For example. I bought a tire gauge for track events and wanted to compare it to the reading on it. It was within 1/2 pound. I was able to put the gauge on the floor despite being able to lock the nozzle onto the tire stem. That is nice! There is a It is easy to read. There is a The control is smooth. There is a I pushed the nozzle down onto my bike's Presta stem without fear after reading the directions and comments. I was frustrated with my previous short-hose inflater and bought this one. Even with only two hands, this unit makes it easy to inflate my bike tires. There is a I will update this review if it fails soon.
👤The build quality is surprisingly good. The gauge is easy to read and it seems to be accurate. deflation valve is pretty much boolean and inflation valve is pretty good for modulation. There are some issues. The quick connect fitting came with a sealed o-ring. The seal was attached to compressed air. If the fitting is not a tapered thread, then the seal should not be o-ring sealed. The head is not great and I replaced it with a Lezyne HV head. When the inflation valve is closed, the gauge reads the pressure of the air source so you only get accurate readings of destination pressure. I'm not sure if this could be fixed with better design or if the gauge would need to be at the tire. It's not a great tool but with a few adjustments it's not a bad value.
This pump will work for road and mountain bikes, as well as children's bikes and striders. There are two needles, one for inflating floaties and balloons and another for pumping up sports balls. The pump is great for sports coaches because they can easily slip it into their ball bags. The new accurate pressure gauge. The bicycle pump can be easily checked to find the correct air pressure for the bike, and it can also prevent accidental tire burst. It's easy to switch between Presta and Schrader valves with the Presta & Schrader valves. Prepare a bike air mini pump to meet the needs of your bike. The pump is sealed with metal threads. Reducing inflation modes. The toolitin bike hand pump has an oversized air cylinder that allows it to reduce inflating time by 30%. The pumping speed of the low pressure mode is doubled, and the high pressure mode is more accurate, because the hand pump has 2 inflation modes that can be switched freely. The bike pump can be installed next to the bottle rack. It's convenient to ride a bicycle. The rubber rope clip can make the air pump stable and reliable, and will not shake or fall from the bicycle. High-quality materials. Their mini bicycle pump is made of hard plastic and aluminum, which has higher strength and resistance to rust. The toolitin mini pump is the best choice.
👤It was purchased to refill the tires on my e-scooter but only a few pumps and the desired tire pressure was reached.
👤The bike pump works for tires and air shocks. It does the job even though it is not as convenient as a dedicated air shock pump. Off road conditions make commute difficult. A lot of bike accessories are reviewed by me. It's nice to have a pump that can adjust my shocks and I will do that sometimes. I only use about 85% of my front shocks at the moment, so this little pump manages. It's a two chamber design. The skinny chamber is used for high pressure. The larger chamber can be extended if you remove the next section. When doing high pressure, it's difficult to add 100 PSI. The gauge can read up to 150. I don't think I could do that on a tire with this pump. You can attach the valve to a front shock and screw it in if you want, since it works for presta and shrader. You can remove the valve section after filling it with the shock pressure you want. My shock pump has a lever that can be used to engage the valve. This isn't that. It's acceptable. I think the space saving design works well as a backup pump for use in emergency for tires and shocks. It's a no-brainer at the current price. It has a well thought out holder.
👤There is a pressure gauge on this hand pump. The hand pump has a lot of options. It takes a bit of effort to fill my bike tires from scratch, but it's great for emergencies and I can easily carry it in a small backpack. This is essential for long bike trails.
The ball needle and inflation cone are included. Do you have a bike Presta tire? You need to convert Presta to the air valve pump. The fixie bike pump and air compressor has a great inflator. There are a variety of tires for bicycles, road bikes, folding bikes, motorcycles, and automobiles. There is a kit that includes a Presta Valve Adapte, a metal basketball needle, plastic exercise ball needle, and an Air pump hose accessory. There are yoga balls, exercise balls, kick balls, soccer balls, basketball balls, and toy balls. The Perfect Air Inflator Nozzle Kit is for bicycle pump, ball inflatable pump, balloon inflater pump, basketball pump, and football pump.
👤I bought this for the small hose so that I could use it as a screw-on valve for bicycle tubes, rather than the snap-on one I use for my hand-pump. The small hose's knurled connector is so useless that it rotates reluctantly. The second time I pulled the small hose from the hand pump's connection, the end of the extension hose was ruined. The whole kit was thrown away. Money is in a toilet.
👤I don't know what's wrong but the pump extension doesn't allow air to be pumped into the tire I'm using. The bottom line is that I can't use this product as intended because I can't explain it.
👤There is a short thick adaptor for floaties. This is great. I use my bike pump to blow up my inflatable toys. I wish it had its own case, but a plastic baggie works great.
👤I used it with our bike pump to fill a small wading pool for the kids and they worked just as expected. It came with a little baggy storage and I loved it. I won't lose them.
👤My son needed a science experiment for school and I needed this kit. The kit was not expensive at all. The items in the picture were displayed with it. The ball needle and different pump adapters are easy to use. I only use it for a soccer ball, but it seems like it would work for any type of ball and pump.
👤I needed sports ball needles, but thought the other attachment might be useful. The package has needles. The first needle broke. I think the second needle won't survive another use.
👤I got these to use a bike pump to inflate a pool float. Finally, I found the single adapter that works. You have to push it into the blow-up nipple to get the pump to work. It saves time and effort.
👤The value was described and the couple that I've tried so far worked as intended. I use a black one to blow up inflatable tubes for the kids. These should last a long time. The nylon is flexible but doesn't last as long. I bought it for the adapters and was happy with them.
👤Bombas de aire para todo tipo de pivotes, un kit. Ahora calidad y rapida. There is a Volvera is a good rating.
You can inflate as fast or as slow as you need, with or without the Presta Valve Core. If you want to get back on your ride as quickly as possible, it's a good idea to inflate a tire in seconds. Simple to use and store, essential for each ride. Get back riding quickly with fast and reliable tire inflation with their 1-Turn Valve System. Control lever operation regulates the speed of CO2 release. Twin valve head threads onto either Presta or Schrader valves. If you're after reliable and high quality CO2 canisters, look at the Pro Bike Tool CO2 canisters. Their superior quality CO2 cartridges have been manufactured to the highest standards. When most needed, low quality CO2 can have inconsistent quality threads and seals which can damage CO2 inflator heads.
👤Can't say how many times this has saved my friends. It is very easy to use.
👤Have used this tool a few times. It has been a life saver. It is easy to use, easy to carry, and fills your tire in seconds. I could ride home 2 miles away. Recommended.
👤It was not possible to get this to work. I had it for a long time, but it wasn't able to work when I needed it. It took a long walk home.
👤This is the product for people who enjoy cycling.
👤I had to walk 10 miles home because the inflator didn't work. Returned and bought a different brand.
👤The product is better than described. The item arrived quickly. I recommend the seller.
👤The mechanism for the valve is poorly designed. The O-ring is caught on the threads.
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.
Bicycle air pump presta valve products from Meetlocks. In this article about bicycle air pump presta valve you can see why people choose the product. Toolitin and Bv are also good brands to look for when you are finding bicycle air pump presta valve.
Meetlocks, Toolitin and Bv are some of the best brands that chosen by people for bicycle air pump presta valve. Find the detail in this article. Pro Bike Tool, Yasi and Hopene are also brands that their products are worth to check.