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 very convenient to carry and can be placed in any backpack and ball bag with side pockets, it is not easy to lose, it has a box and manual. Germany is the country of origin. The package height is 3 centimeters. The package length is 13 Centimeters. The package width is 10 centimeters. The product is only the head. The hose is not included. After several years of use, the Grommets may need to be replaced.
👤I have used a lot of pumps in my many years as a bike mechanic and this pump head is perfect. The Pros of this head are that it's good on both presta and schrader valve, it's well built and robust, and it's easy to connect into any standard size pump hose. The cam locks on the valve in the DOWN position, which is a personal preference, and it doesn't take much to use. I really don't see any of the positives. Being in a shop for 6 years doesn't last pump heads. We would be lucky to get 6 months out of a single pump, spread between many pumps and a compressor. If this pump head can be used twice a week at my house, I think it's a win. I don't see how this head wouldn't do that.
👤I bought a replacement pump head for my Avenir floor pump. It appeared to be the correct size after I installed it. I had to cut off the end of my pump's hose to get it onto the internal gripping connector. When I first used it, I had trouble opening the presto and schrader valves on two different bike tires. The air was not flowing into the tire, as the pump was pressuring up very quickly. I got the tire valves to open properly and inflated the tires with both types of valves after a bit of juggling and taking the head off. The problem was solved. The same problem persisted after I went to pump up my bike tires with presta valves. I took the head off each valve until the valve opened and I could inflate the tire. The head of the pump hose blew off when the air pressure reached between 100 and 120 psi. One of the problems that this head has is that the picture on Amazon shows nozzles for presto and schrader valves, but the one I received had only one nozzle that fits 888-349-8884 I need to get my tires pumped up so I used the hose collar from my old head and stripped the threads from my old head, hopefully they will go into the trash as soon as I order and install another. I don't think it's the problem because my hose is a standard size 10mm outside diameter.
👤This product is a replacement for my bike pump. The pump head's hose fitting was coated with Silicon to make it easier to insert. The rubber hose will not be degraded by Silicon. The locked position for the pump head is great. Most modern pump heads are designed to lock onto the valve when the lever is lifted up. This is not intuitive. Press the head down onto the valve and then press the lever to lock it. It's easier to lift up on the lever than it is to press down on the head. The pump head will work for lawn tractor with small diameter rims. There isn't enough room for a lever that locks in the vertical position.
The steel frame has a built-in safety pedal locking clip and 2 rubber feet. The dual head adjusts to the presta.
👤The Topeak Twinhead Bicycle Floor Pump upgrade kit was what I needed to extend the life of my Bontrager. The seat and seal on the pump head were not as good as they used to be. The pump was in great shape, other than the head, so I decided to give it a try. I think it would be worth it if I didn't have to use a floor pump. If I can keep my waist low, that's great. There is a The Topeak TwinHead Kit includes: 1.)SmartHead Set, 2.)Connector A, and 3. M8x 0.75mm There is a Hose Connector. There is aInstructions sheet The kit should cover most pumps out there. I removed the pump head from the underside of the pressure gauge to use the new hose for the Bontrager. I removed the metal connection on the new hose. I slid the old feral onto the new hose, pressed the new hose onto the nipple under the pressure gauge, and tightened the feral to secure the hose. I successfully pumped up my tires after attaching the new pump head to my Presta valve. I have a pump head that seats and seals correctly. There is a It's time to hit the trails. I have no doubt that I will get many more years of use out of my pump because of the quality of the parts I did not use. Thank you for reading my review, I hope you found it helpful.
👤If your valve pops off under high pressure because the pump head no longer grips the valve, look here before you buy a pump head gasket kit. You would have to be very abusive with your pump head to need that kit, and you would have to be more cautious because you will have bent or broken off several presta valves before you even wore out the gasket. If your pump head goes bad in two years or so, you'll need this because the switch is the reason why you keep popping off the valve. I used this on my Joe Blow Max HP and it worked well even though it came with a lot of different things. All I needed was some pliers and plumbing tape.
👤After the head wouldn't seat, I replaced my old JoeBlow Sport hose with this one. This will be a perfect replacement for your original hose. Good as new again.
👤Most people will use the old tube as an alternative to the new one. I didn't realize how bad my pump head was, it has been a struggle to fill my presta tires for years. The five minute install made it easy to fill my tires. Don't hesitate if you have a pump that needs a new head. There is a I got this because I didn't want a "smart" valve. I wanted something that I could only find when CarRentals was CarRentals.
👤I thought I'd have to buy a whole new pump, until I found this repair kit. The head on my pump was easy to replace. I didn't need any of the parts, but they were nice to have. It's like having a brand new pump, and I didn't have to stuff the landfill with junk. It's great for easily repairable shop tools.
The air hose is open. This design can be used to inflate the tire and also to release the tire's gas when it's over inflated. Presta / Schrader valves are compatible with the SmartHead. The weight is 140 g / 4.93 oz.
👤I put this on my pump. The double ended head broke and I debated buying a new pump or fixing it. The decision to fix the old one was the right one. The single head for Presta and Schraeder valves is my favorite. The valve stem is easier to put on than the old head. I don't have to put the valve stem at ground level because the new hose is about a foot longer. Buy it. You will not regret it.
👤I bought this head to replace my head. The pump has a. The head is better at not losing air when attaching and removing the valve stem. It's more convenient that it works with both Presta and Schrader valves, without having to think about it. The head and lever are made of metal. The lever on the TwinHead is very difficult to flip. There is a The TwinHead has a button to release air if you over-inflate, but the SmartHead doesn't, so if you do, you have no way to release air without poking the valve. It's best to use the pump to get the inflation you want and avoid overshooting. Every other inflator I have has an air release button, so I have to remind myself. There is a The TwinHead is an upgrade kit, and some people swap their SmartHead for a TwinHead, and I did the opposite, so I guess to each their own. If the SmartHead had an air release button, it would be a clear winner. It turns out there is.
👤I have an old and reliable pump that I could not use anymore due to the pump head having to be screwed onto the stem. I have arthritis in my hands that makes it hard to move. In the past, it didn't bother me. I was looking for an exact replacement for the screw and flip lever. I didn't want to cut the hose and add another length. The Park tool pump rebuild kit would have fit the hose exactly. The size of the Park Tool pump head is great for people with arthritis. It is easy to grip and leverage. There is a The Topeak SmartHead upgrade kit allowed me to attach the 3 foot hose using a hose clamp and one of the 4 provided adapters, and then tighten everything and use the pump immediately. Modification was required but it was provided all the necessary pieces. A bargain to use my old pump. Even if I had to amputate a piece of my old friend, I'm happy because we keep working.
👤The kit comes with a number of things. The ad said "Auto adjust to Presta/Schrader". Not much. It worked well for Presta, but not great. It's not deep enough for a Presta valve, so it doesn't seal well, especially at high pressures used for road bikes. I could only get it to work on 20% of the time, but I couldn't get it to seal/pump at all. It worked well with a valve. I should have known that getting one interface to work for both would be a compromise since the diameter of the Presta valve is very different from the Schrader valve, so it would need to be sealed against. It was past the return date that I gave up on trying to get it to work, so I bought a Sunlite Twinhead Pump Hose Kit to replace it, which works better for both Presta and Schrader valves. There is a link to the Sunlite Twinhead on Amazon.
The Ironclad Warranty is backed by a 5-year manufacturers warranty. Cyclists designed the Mini Pump to last. The double cylinder bike foot pump provides more air reserves to achieve faster inflation speed. You will reach the pressure quickly. The foot pump design makes it easier to bend down. The VERENO bike pump is made of high quality metal. It's perfect for travelling or home use. Pre-pressure GAUGE- The requirements of most tire pressures can be met by the pressure of the VERENO air pump. With the pressure gauge, you will know your tire pressure at a glance, making it easier to throw into the proper pressure. The smart valve head of the VERENO air pump is suitable for Presta, Schrader and Deutschland valves. The valve can be locked if it is easy to operate. To use broadly and conveniently for cycle tire, air mattress, baby carriages gas-filled, swimming pool buoys, sports ball and other inflatables, perfect for indoor and outdoor use. The VERENO bike floor pump come with a 100% satisfaction guarantee. If there is ever a need, please reach out to them. They are committed to delivering a 5 star experience for all buyers and are dedicated to address any product/service issues.
👤Before buying, read this review. The pump is amazing. I bought a few pumps for my bike. I ride 20 mph five times a week in FL and have great roads. 1. This pump is a must have. I paid a little more and got a lot more than I expected. 1 foot pump is equivalent to 4 or 5 regular foot pumps. It's easy to control the air in small quantities. My old pump looked like an idiot while I was sitting here. This is a must have. I will not use anything less for the rest of my life. A few extra dollars will save you a lot of trouble. Buy it!
👤I have a back issue that makes it hard for me to pump air in the bike tires, so I thought this might be a solution. Attaching it to the valve shows how much air is in the tire. Then a few easy pumps to get the desired amount of air. It won't slide because it is heavy. There are other things that can be attached to.
👤If you don't want to pay $20 for a brand name pump, why not pay $26 for a quality one? There is a There is no manual in the box. If the pump was obvious, that would be survivable. It's not. cheap plastic is used to make the adaptors That's fine. They don't seem to work at first. The kind of thing a manual would help with. The air blows out of both exits until it encounters pressure on one of them. Only after that does it switch to pumping out that one. That's the best I can tell due to no manual. This wouldn't be a problem with a car tire being pumped up where there's already pressure in it. If you try to pump up an exercise ball, there's no pressure. The air keeps blowing out of the holes, making a sad noise as it blows across the strap for the adaptor. There is a The only way I could work around this was to press through the exercise ball and block the nozzle. I could remove my finger and have it start working after that. Is there a better way? It is almost certainly. You could put it in a manual. The thing was invented by my Monsieur Guillotine. Any pump of this style has a bunch of flailing plastic. A small piece of plastic is not enough to make a foot pad. Your foot will be flying off at some point. As it goes flying, the whole device will scissor down on anything it's near. There is a How do I know? The hose is too short. If you want to clip it on to a tire, it's fine. If you want to inflate a deflated exercise ball, it's miserable. You should hold it in your hands while you start. You can't. The hose is too short. You put it on the floor next to the pump. Your foot slips off the plastic. The device cuts through the side of the exercise ball. There is a How did I find out it had cut the ball? Not through the pressure gauge. It's garbage as others have reported. Even with an intact BOSU ball, it never moved off zero. I spent forever pumping a punctured exercise ball because the gauge was garbage. It might be worth paying $10 for it if you accept it as garbage but be okay with that because you just paid $10. It's $26. Schwinn makes a brand name alternative for $19.99. I feel stupid.
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. The bike pump is built and tested for high pressure precision. The bicycle pump pressure gauge is easy to read. The Presta valve bike pump inflates the Schrader valves with a flick of a switch. The bike tire pump has a strong seal. The perfect road bike pump is tested for accuracy to high pressure with a strong steel barrel and reinforced handle. The Emergency Glueless Puncture Kit is included so you don't get caught on the road or trail with a flat. You can use your bicycle pump for pool toys if you have a ball inflation needle and valve.
👤This design is unfortunate. I would have given it 5 stars, except for the design flaw. The construction is excellent but it is almost useless because of a flaw. There is a The switch on the 2-way is straight through and does not close the opposing side before pressing the tire valve. The tire can end up flat if the air rushes out the other side as you install or remove it. I have been able to lose 30 PSI on thin 105 PSI racing tires. If you're quick about removing the issue, it may not be a problem on car tires or large balloon bike tires. I am updating my review to three stars. If you only install the Presta valve on the pump's threads, be sure to open it all the way to the Presta valve, because it's the worst for straight Presta valves. The overall pump is excellent. The dial gauge is comparable to other pressure gauge I have. It will reach a max of 112psi+ very quickly. There is a The gauge is easy to read. I haven't compared accuracy with other gauges. The base is stable while pumping. Overall construction is excellent.
👤The pump's foot stand is plastic, so I was skeptical when I received it. I have two pumps that are just as expensive. The valve fastening systems that accommodate both Presta and Schrader valves have begun leaking when I pressurize my road bike tires beyond 70 lbs. The either-or connectors have not proved reliable for me, and there is nothing worse than having to top off your tire pressure before a group ride, as the connectors fail to sustain the pressure. There is a I used Amazon's recommendation in order to find a better solution. I used the pump for the first time on Friday and am very impressed. The Presta and the Schrader are connected by a two-headed pump connection, instead of a single one. They are designed to accommodate the valves that are specific. The key feature is a lever that rotates. If you want a leakless connection, you need to apply the head to the tire's valve stem and press the two-way lever to the side you are using. I only needed a few strokes to get my tire pressure up to about 120 lbs. It can be up to 160 lbs. Time will tell, but the pump stand makes it lighter. The pump is better than I expected. I recommend this pump if there are no issues with the stand.
👤I am not being coerced to rate this pump. I can't do anything about my broken Joeblow Max, I just have to praise the pump. It is amazing. There is a The small, lightweight, and rock solid design of the floor pump is genius, all floor pumps should be designed this way no exceptions, prevents so much wobble, and the rubber grips on the base, don't know. I haven't slipped yet! There is a It is easy to read pressure gauge. The presta valves are like a lifer con. Excellent seal! Nothing like it, no leaks, no hisses, and a 15 year warranty! Are you joking? Hopefully they stay in business. Some of the pumps have a printing error that says "5 year warranty." Customer service will confirm that it is a 15 year warranty. There is a bonus patch kit. I can't find one. I don't think this is a big deal. I'm anal retentive and it makes me sad. There is no cushion at the top and bottom. If you vigorously pump away you will feel a force hitting the chamber. You can always feel for where the top and bottom are, but you are cheating yourself by using less air per stroke. I'm anal about details and this isn't a big deal. The manufacturers should add some cushion in the next design to remedy this. I am a daily cyclist and go through several flats a month. Alabama is dead last in state wide bicycle infrastructure. I spend a lot of time dodging cars trying to kill me and being bullied into the gutter. Cyclists need a pump that they can rely on. A pump that connects quickly to the valve. This pump is all that and more. If I have any problems with this review in the future, I will update it.
Lockable design to prevent air leaks. The large accurate gauge is. The bike floor pump has a large gauge which is clear to read. If you overfill your tires, there is a red air bleed button built into the pump head to make minor adjustments. Ease of attachment/ detachment The bike pump has aPatented Auto Head. The head automatically connects to the valves. Lock the lever and push the head down to the valve. Generous Length Air Hose. The air hose is a generous 47.2 inches long, and it's easy to reach your tire valve in any position, even up on a raised surface or in a work stand. Highly durable. The construction is robust and sturdy, with an anti-skid handle, high volume steel barrel and base wide and stable. The ball is in a handle. Ball needles for balls, swimming rings, air beds are stored in a cute design. The BETO factory is located in Taiwan, it is the world's top manufacturer of cycling products, and it also produces bike pumps for many well-known brand owners.
👤I've been very pleased with the purchase. My old pump was fine for my mountain bike with lower tire pressure, but it was not able to inflate my road bike to 100 psi even though it was advertised as a 120 psi pump. The Beto Bike pump inflates my tires quickly. The pressure gauge is easier to read and the hose is longer.
👤Three times it broke and stopped working. The product was cheap. Go to a bike store.
👤The ad said the pump would fit the valves. It doesn't. I wrote support and they said the pump fits. The other one is for Presta. " Big help! Returning.
👤This thing works. It is a presto value. There is a whole different story to be told. It doesn't connect correctly. When attempting to pump, it shoots itself off the tire. I wouldn't buy this POS again.
👤The pump was a good purchase. I needed a new Topeak digital. I couldn't replace the digital for less than $100. The Beto works well.
👤Does what it has to do. I pump up my tires before every ride, and I ride every day. The top mounted gauge is my favorite thing.
👤It has a representation of the amount pumped.
The multi-purpose includes a car power adapter. The inflatable mattress pump is a powerful deflator for both indoor and outdoor use. Saving time on inflating air cushions, air beds, air boats, inflatable furniture, swimming ring and more is possible with the help of A GPtEK air pumps. The wide barrel design pushes air to quickly inflate tires. The pump head has a large handle and base. The gauge is easy to read. There is a bonus ball needle and inflation cone. The volume is 630 cm3
👤This pump works with presta valves. You don't need an attachment. The instructions for the pump are available here. You need to flip over the plastic and rubber pieces on the nozzle and put them back in the pump. It's Wahla! Happy pumping!
👤I bought this to use on my autocross events. I used to carry a corded pump to air up my car tires, but this one works better than any of the portable electric pumps I have. The big dial pressure gauge is easy to read. I pump this thing and it works better than any of the electric pumps and is faster. If you have a tight space, the nozzle attached to the valve stem will have a clearance issue. I don't know how long this will last. I will update correctly. There is an update. I have seated bead on two ATV tires on a bead lock rim, and I have pumped 4 trailer tires from 45 to 60psi. It is still working. The pressure gauge is accurate. This is on my packing list.
👤I have been using this air pump for 3 months and it is a great pump for the price and my needs. I didn't pay much attention to buying an air pump after buying a bike for my son. The tire was not being filled frequently. The experience was not good after 6 months when the tire got punctured. I realized that buying an air pump would be very useful. I began to search for air pumps. I wasn't easy to decide which one to choose with so many options. I wanted something that worked for my bike, as well as basketballs, soccer balls, air rafts, sports equipment, pool floatation inflatables, air mattresses, etc. A bonus ball needle and inflation cone can be placed right on the nose of the air pump to be used to fill balls and air rafts. The air pump on my bike worked well. I don't have a bike to try if it actually works because the specification says it would work for Presta valves. The air pump does not work on balloons. The Air Attack and Air Glider are the two series of pumps that are designed to inflate tires fast from their wide barrel design. I went with Air Attach 450 because it was the only one I could decide on. Some other series have an air gauge integrated with it, but this particular air pump does not. If you want to fill the air to a certain pressure, you should buy an air gauge, otherwise you will have to press the tire manually and check the air quality. There is a If my review was useful to you, please press the helpful button.
👤I was really angry for the first 15 minutes. StupID PRESTO VALVES. It was almost impossible to pump, I tried and tried, but I couldn't get the pump to go all the way down, so I adjusted my weight to get it down. I had to push the connector down more to get to the valve. The tire was pumped up in about 10 pumps.
The sound of the tire as it sits on the rim is the best sound in the world for any rider or racer that wants to fit a tubeless tire, and Airshot will deliver that to you. The large accurate gauge is. The bike floor pump has a large gauge which is clear to read. If you overfill your tires, there is a red air bleed button built into the pump head to make minor adjustments. Ease of attachment/ detachment The bike pump has aPatented Auto Head. The head automatically connects to the valves. Lock the lever and push the head down to the valve. Generous Length Air Hose. The air hose is a generous 47.2 inches long, and it's easy to reach your tire valve in any position, even up on a raised surface or in a work stand. Highly durable. The construction is robust and sturdy, with an anti-skid handle, high volume steel barrel and base wide and stable. The ball is in a handle. Ball needles for balls, swimming rings, air beds are stored in a cute design. The BETO factory is located in Taiwan, it is the world's top manufacturer of cycling products, and it also produces bike pumps for many well-known brand owners.
👤The top side pressure gauge is easy to read. Too cheap feeling to overlook. The base is too light and the pump topples over. Positive reviews are not real. I bought based on the gauge being closer to my eyes. The negative reviews are correct, they are cheap. I would pay for this pump at a dollar store for an emergency, but not via Amazon, because I could have had the pick of the litter. This is the worst value I've ever owned a pump from. This is simply a disappointment, brand does not matter.
👤The pump started working well. It stopped working after a few uses. I didn't know what happened until I took it apart. There is a flaw in the area that connects the pump compression handle to the pump air tube. There is a hard plastic tube that connects the two. The hard plastic tube broke, and likely could not be fixed with super glue. It's an engineering flaw. I treat my tools with care, and know that there wasn't any carelessness on my part. There is a design flaw. I wonder if this product would fare well in the end. I think there would be many disappointing cases. You should spend your money elsewhere.
👤I am happy I took a chance on this pump. I was going to pay a premium for a solid, high-reputation pump, but I've given up on cheap pumps. The pump has exceeded my expectations. It has performed as well as my friend's Topeak. It works better than Joe Blow and has all the features I've wanted after decades of biking. Highly recommended.
👤It would be perfect if the nozzle connected to the valve stem was effective. If you are a daily rider, it will ruin tubes quickly because it is hard to attach and remove. The compression is too tight and it's hard to engage it. A better mechanical design is needed. The pump is nice. It will work if you only use it occasionally. I tried two of them and returned them both.
👤The pressure gauge is mounted at the top, which makes it much easier to read, as the primary reason I got this model. It is easy to pump up my tires. I had to lubricate my bike's stems with Silicone if there was a complaint as the seal was too tight. It was difficult to get on and off the valve. Over time, it has loosened up a bit. I really like this pump.
👤This pump has been used on my road bike tires a couple of times. It gets the job done and doesn't feel cheap. I chose this model due to the high placement of the gauge, easy to read, and the big red marker for target pressure. I have not verified the pressure accuracy but I have been able to ride my bike with ease. I can't comment on the accessories stored within the handle because I haven't used them.
👤I am used to using heavier pumps. The stand is small and hard to keep in place. The whole thing is light and flimsy. It was a lot more plastic than I anticipated.
All Sportbit sports ball pumps with needles pack are Satisfaction guaranteed. Now is the time to order your basketball pump, football pump, volleyball pump, and needles set. When locked and ready to use, the green indicator is the same as the red indicator. The wide metal base adds stability and long lastingDurability. Premium performance is offered by the 21 inch high steel barrel. T handle grips make inflation comfortable. Sports ball needle and inflation cone are included.
👤I bought a Schwinn floor pump despite reading bad reviews. The Presta nozzle has ruined four tubes, so the pump has now cost me more than double, and less than the wasted time and negative energy. After a few uses, the otherwise perfectly good tube was useless. One person had to hold the nozzle on the valve as the function of the valve doesn't hold, when using the Schrader for my wife's bike. The Presta valve broke, making the pump useless, and put me out of my misery.
👤This was bought to get the Road Runner, and it turns out it's for inflating tires or putting air in bike tires. My bike is road ready after I didn't help get that bird.
👤We put the air pump back in the box after we received it. You can't inflate a tire because the part of the pump that Attach to the bike tire valve doesn't seat properly. We tried it on two different bikes. It wouldn't open one of the valve stems because it broke the valve stem off the tube and ruined it. I will pay more to have a tire repaired at a bike shop, then I will pay for a junky pump.
👤The product seems to work, but the gauge is faulty. It won't pump. It's hard to tell. It came with a return slip saying it was faulty. Excellent work from Amazon. I'm sure that person is happy to have their address information sent to a stranger.
👤Some reviews don't like this pump. There is no glass covering the gauge. There is a cover on the gauge. They might have updated the pump. I have another floor pump that works the same as the one I have. I would buy it again and pay the difference between what I paid for my supposedly better pump and what I paid for it. It works, but not sure what else you could want. I used a seperate gauge to measure tire pressure and found the one on this pump to be pretty accurate.
👤It has a good amount of air with each press. It seems sturdy. The red/green system is a bit confusing. The only video posted to this item was incorrect. The correct position for putting it on the valve is red or unlocked. If it's locked on the valve and ready to pump the air, it's green or ready. There is a It's easy to think that green means ready to put it on the valve and red means locked on the valve. If you watched the other video showing it backwards, you should watch the video.
👤The pump I used to inflate my bicycle tires was useless. It was difficult to push the handle down because of the force and pressure. When I put it on the tire and pushed the handle down, it would just burst off the nozzle. I might not have been able to return it at this point.
👤The pump is not very useful for adult road bikes. I can't get my road bike to run above 80 with this pump, because it's too high. I haven't found a good gauge to check the pumps gauge. I think it is fairly accurate. It is a nice sturdy pump, but not fast roadies, and is designated for Mtn Bike tires, kids bikes, garden tractors, even your car or motorcycle.
There are metal pin needles, rubber hose, and a tapered nozzle. The rubber hose and pin needles are highly recommended to pump up any sport balls. Rugby game. The gym ball is a yoga ball. The steel struts have been improved. Ball needle and inflation cone are included. It's easy to read a 100psi gauge. The extra long hose makes it easy to reach valves.
👤I'm struggling with between 4 and 5 stars on this pump. I was frustrated when it arrived because I couldn't get the valve chuck to stay on the bicycle tube's valve, both Presta and Shrader types. It wasn't until I cursed many times that I realized that the valve chuck "locking lever" is not the same as every other type of air chuck I have used. The picture is of the valve chuck in a locked position. If there were instructions for the pump, they got lost, I guess. The pump works great once you figure out the valve. I can easily pump my road bicycle tires.
👤Sturdy, compact, and effective. The multi-valve head works well. The pumps are quick and efficient. The built-in gauge is very handy. The hose is perfectly positioned with multiple swivels. Tucks out of the way with tube storage clips. There is a There are photos of the 2-in-1 head.
👤This thing works well on Presta valves, but is bad at other valves as well. The locking mechanism is different from every other pump in that the up position is locked. The lock is very stiff, making it difficult to lock and open it. There is a You can't remove it from the valve. The air is pouring out of the tube as you try to pry it off the valve. This can happen with either type of valve. You need to pump the tire up extra to account for this. I have bent or broken 4 Presta valves with this before giving up and just pumping my kids sports balls. The included needle broke. Go figure. I assumed I was doing something wrong when I used Presta valves for the first time. My friend who has been biking for years tried it and had the same problem. I picked up a floor pump. It works. Don't buy this product.
👤The Presta Valve has existed for a long time. I don't know how Schwinn has managed to up a technology that has existed for over a century, for which pump designs have existed for, but I guess it's the same amount of time. They didn't have to change anything. They failed. The death grip on the pump head makes it impossible to get off the wheel without a significant amount of force after the tire has been pumped. I've broken valve stems on every wheel I've pumped with this thing. Continental valve stems are replaceable because tubular tires are $100 each. Terrible product.
👤It was used after 3 times. The foot pedal is bent out of place in the picture. This is very cheap. I went to Wal-mart tonight and bought a $20 pump that works better than this piece of garbage. I'm not sure if I should return it or take a $13 loss. There is a This pump is difficult for presta valves. Don't buy this if you have presta valves on your bike. You can buy the Air Tower 4 pump at Wal-mart for $20. You will thank me later.
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