The TOGEDI foot bike pump can be used to inflate bicycles, electric cars, motorcycles, air cushions, swimming rings, basketballs, footballs, lifebuoys, air cushions, and any inflatable ball toys. The material is aluminum. The dimensions are 27 x 12 x 8in. The valve type is the ABS1 Pro.
👤Be careful! There is a You can't top off tires before riding. You have to pressurize the entire chamber in order to transfer the volume into the tire. I wanted a pump to seat tubeless and to top off tires on my road rides. This one is short. Let's say you want to go to 100psi. You have to pressurize the entire chamber from 45 pumps to 120 pumps, blow the air into tires, and hope the chamber is at 100psi. Let's say you want to pump your tires to 27psi. You have to guess your current pressure, guess the necessary pressure for the chamber, and then blow the air. If you guess wrong, you get to start the process again. It's beautiful to look at, smooth operation, and seating tubeless is super easy, so I'll give it to Lynze. I am not their intended audience or they missed the part where people want to use their expensive pump more than just a few times a year to seat tubeless.
👤Don't expect to just connect the head to the valve step and pump when you use this pump. If you want to use the Pressure Overdrive as a regular pump, you must first load the chamber, release it, and then pump. I can't give it a 5-star rating for this reason. A really well-made pump. It's easy to set all of my tubeless tires with ease and without the headaches of a compressor.
👤The pump is sturdy and heavy, but does not wobble. The chamber is pressurized easily by the pump. The tire I tried to seat was from 160psi. I tried again at 200 and the tire snapped into place. Having the extra volume and higher pressure capability of a 1L HP bottle has reduced the frustration of seating tubeless tires, since the previous setup was a standard floor pump and 1L HP bottle. There is a The large gauge is easy to read and stable, the handle is comfortable, and the chuck works exactly as one might expect. The pressure bleed button on the chuck allows you to make fine adjustments. There is a I would add a three-way valve and 2nd gauge with a lower range. The pump chamber's volume is in series with the tire being inflated when the valve is open. A three way valve would allow a user to cut out the chamber for more normal tasks, and another gauge would allow more precise adjustment at the low end of the scale.
👤The tire / tube head attachment is not compatible with floor pumps with a compressed chamber. This is not a true Smart head. When you remove the head you lose some pressure and have to fiddle with it to get a good seal and not destroy the threads. It's not fun to screw on the stem cap.
👤This product is not recommended by me. I have never mounted a tubeless tire using this pump. I have tried road tires, gravel, and hookless and hooked rim. No luck with any. The flow rate is not fast enough to seat a bead. Maybe it would do better on a car. It is large and heavy. There is a The gauge is not accurate. I am too late to return it. I will probably post it for sale. 2 stars because it inflates tires.
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.
The package weight is 0.041 kilograms. Sunlite Thumb Lock End Pump.
👤The air fitting at my Black & Decker Air Station 9528 was slipping off the tire valves for at least 25 years. The pump works well, but it needs a replacement fitting. This unit will keep my pump working, instead of being replaced.
👤I need to fix the hose on the bicycle pump. I installed it, and it did work, but barely. The thumb lever to lock it down is so stiff that you have to really work it, and it feels like the thing is going to break before it locks down. It doesn't help. It does not seal on valve stems very well. It was cheap and not much was expected, but it's a tool and a tool that doesn't work well is worth less than nothing. I bought a decent dual-valve hose end and threw it away.
👤I bought this thumb lock hose end on Amazon. The original hose end on my bike is definitely an upgrade. This thing works very quickly and effectively. I had problems with the original hose end. The pump is 10 years old and very good. The fitting for the two tire valve stems on the old end unit was terrible. The pump is now first rate. I recommend this very much.
👤I was able to restore function to my compressor after the original end broke, and I saved my AC powered air compressor. It was tight to the tire air fitting and I was hoping it wouldn't break the lever when folding it. I left it attached to the fitting and folded the lever to break it in. As of 7/6/18, there was an update. The pivot pin was on me for 4 months before it vanished. It's cheaper to replace the entire compressor.
👤The small compressor I ordered on Amazon had a screw on connection. The pressure had dropped too much when I tried to remove it. The compressor can be used with this snap-on type of connector. I was worried that the tip would be too large, but it fit well.
👤The thumb lock on my Black and Decker Air Station Model 9527 broke for the first time in 30 years. I could only find plastic ones like this one. It has a metal shroud and works well, but it is hard to close. I don't think it will last 30 years like the original, but it works great.
👤It was used to replace the air chuck on my old air station. It seems to work like the original. I used a clip on the chuck but it didn't work out and I have replaced it with this one. I replaced the original hose clamps with pliers.
👤This was a replacement for the leaking hose end on my bicycle hand pump. I attached the barbed fitting to the hose end with 2 zip ties and cut off the old valve. The tire pressure on the small front tires needs to be in the 80's. I've seen no issues with this valve.
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.
The bicycle valve adapter kits are popular to use. It's ideal for mountain bikes, road bikes, fixie bikes with presta valve tubes, also ideal for inflatable toys, air bed, gym ball, balloon, yoga ball and swim ring. DOUBLE-CYLINDER FASTER PUMP The double barrel bike pump is made of quality heavy metal, which makes it sturdy and anti-corrosion. It has more air pressure, less leaking, and can pump quickly. The spring is made of steel, so it can provide high pressure during pumping. durable and convenient: The bike floor pump is small and easy to use, and can be stored easily. The high pressure is up to 11 bar. The pressure of their foot air pump is so high that you can pump your bicycle quickly and easily. It's very suitable for indoor and outdoor use, it's easy to see and fit easily into the proper tire pressure, it's real time, and you can know your tire pressure through the precise dial. Safe Anti- Skid PEDAL The anti-skid design of the pedal helps to prevent slipping during pumping. The thread design of the air pipe joint makes it easy to take apart, and it can be used in the cold winter to prevent frostbite. There areIDE applications. This bicycle tire pump has Presta & Schrader valve, no conversion, saving time and effort, which can be used for baby carriages gas-filled, wheelchairs, mountain bikes, motorcycles aerated, electric vehicles, ball inflatable toys, inflatable bathtubs, swimming pool buoys, etc. The double cylinder pressure pump helps you pump easily.
👤I work as a mechanic. I know quality automotive/motocycle/bicycle tools when I see them, and this "IDMAX Double Barrel Foot Pump" isn't even close. When you read the other one star reviews... The package does not come with instructions. I know what you are thinking. "Who needs instructions for a foot pump?" When I connected the pump for the first time, I thought it would be necessary to assemble it. The pump doesn't work and the air leaks through it. The pump has an air leak through the gauge and pistons that results in no pressure, no gauge reading, and no ability to pump. There is no instruction manual. When I received it, I was in the closed locked position. You know why? The last person to buy it on Amazon just squeezed it shut and returned it, and this dubious seller just re-delivered it to me. The seller is a person. I put a note in my box so when you ship it out again the next person will know. The game starts with the return shell. The product was obviously faulty. There is no manual for IDMAX Double Barrel Foot Pump. The hose connections are cheap. It doesn't matter if the pump is made of steel. The weakest point of the chain is cheap plastic. The valve and the body of the pump are connected to the hose. Do you ever strip a metal thread? This isn't that... It is plastic. Quality products will use brass at these types of joints, cheap products will use aluminum, and this product uses... Plastic. You know what the brass is on the threaded connection? The inner tub is made of brass. The guys used plastic. There is a The gauge is made of plastic. There is a The Pistons are not air tight. There is a The plastic is flexible. It is not a hose within a material sleeving. It is a plastic hose. It will not last. Most hoses in this application use an inner rubber hose, flexible steel braiding sleeve, and a material sleeve over the braiding. This hose is made of plastic. Good luck with that. The bulkiness of the valve will make it hard to fit onto most bikes, and it will not fit in many other applications like cars and motorcycles. You'll have to hold the nozzle while trying to mount the valve because it retreats into the rim. newbies who pump up their tricycles once a year are giving this thing 5 stars. They did not get to use their second use before writing their reviews. I would still give this one star because of the general design of this unit, even if I didn't have an obviously faulty product. The seller gave me zero stars for shipping someone's returned unit. Don't waste your time, effort, and money on IDMAX Double Barrel Foot Pump.
The package has dimensions of 3.25" L X 1" W X 5.75" H. The most secure valve connection is the air bridle system. The air pressure in the pump hose is released by the ABS button. Lezyne products only feature ABS. It is easy to remove the Flip-Thread Chuck without the risk of damaging the Presta valve cores. Pressing the ABS button when inflating valve tubes will release air from the tube to make tire pressure adjustments. An air-tight threaded connection is what secure abduction is. The screw on design means that the Lezyne Abs Chuck can stay securely attached to the hose. A passion for design and a love for cycling combine to make a product. Their products are designed and engineered.
👤I bought this chuck to use on my Lezyne. The standard flip Chuck works just fine. It works on a standard Lezyne hose and seals. It makes it easier to remove the chuck on some presta valves. The feature is over-rated and the difference is barely noticeable to me. There is a The Flip Chuck can not be stored on a pre-ABS pump because it is too long to fit in the holder. I need to remove the ABS chuck, find a safe place to store it, and attach the non-ABS chuck. The life of a threaded, aluminum part will be reduced by all that screw and unscrewing. The pump costs over $90 and the Flip Chuck costs $12. Lezyne should state that the Flip Chuck won't fit the bases of pre-ABS pumps for that kind of money.
👤Works as intended. The product picture doesn't show the threads on both ends, so I added a picture of the flip chuck. I lost an O-ring on the flip chuck that came with my pump, so I bought it. I used a bit of silicone grease on the outer o-rings and threads to switch the flip chuck smoothly, but I didn't place any silicone on the o-ring that is inside the presta end. The second picture is my pump. I have to drive the Classic Floor Drive.
👤I bought this to fix the Lezyne floor pump. Great for inflating tires. Be careful with delicate presta valve stems. You can release hose pressure before chucking it. The chuck will only work with Lezyne pumps. You can purchase a complete Lezyne pump hose assembly and convert your non-Lezyne pump using hose clamps to attach the hose to your old pump. You have to reverse the chuck and use the pressure release valve to adjust tire pressure before removing it.
👤The Lezyne pump and flip chuck are great. I ordered a spare chuck. The flip chuck and specialized tubes don't get along well. Trying to inflate one of our bike's tires with its Specialized tubes is frustrating as the pump pressure reads all over the place. The pump and flip chuck on our other five bikes are perfect. There is a The Lezyne with its flip chuck is the best bicycle pump I have ever owned, and I've owned a number over the years. Highly recommend it.
👤Yes. This is the one. The pump is still great, but they seem to give out every 5 years or so.
The handle is oversized. The air tight pump head results in an industry leading bicycle pump that is easy to use, requires no fiddling, switch or adapters, and has a convenient pressure telease valve to quickly and precisely remove air from tires to adjust for different types of training or riding. High pressure action is necessary for high performance bikes. The tire pump on all bikes and inflatables has a long, flexible hose and a steel barrel. It's great for racing teams, international competition, and cross country touring because it's precision engineered with top of the line grade aluminum, so you get quick, accurate, reliable inflation before a race or workout. The ball and bladder needles come with a 3 year warranty.
👤I think that Amazon should give us a 6 star review for the best product we have bought all year. This would be a 6 star. There is a There is a bicycle pump. I don't want a better pump, especially at this price. I had a bicycle pump that made me think about the following: 1. I don't know how to use a tire pump. 2. There is a problem with my tire pump. And/or 3. There is something wrong with my tires. I can get my tires to the desired pressure with this new pump because it wasn't 1 or 3. I am not a bike enthusiast. I don't want to have to know how to do more than is necessary on my bike. I felt like I couldn't get a good connection with my old pump, and the tire would end up flatter than I started. I just pop it on, flip up the switch, and pump until I want. I take the switch off. That is all. There was no air leaking. There is a It works with both types of tires and is easy to read. It's quick. There are pros and cons. It's not a very attractive shade of green. I have nothing. There is a It fills my bicycle tires with the amount of air I want. I need it to do that.
👤I used to sweat profusely when I was done with my tire pumping. It is much easier with this pump. There is a I had the same issues others had with the pump not closing all the way when trying to fill road tires with Presta valves. When you need to get to 100, I would pump over 100 times. There is a The solution is that the little gray tip on the pump looks tight, so you wouldn't think it needed adjusting. If you try to tighten it, it will move and tighten for a long time. Continue to tighten it until you can't do it anymore. I used this pump again when I went to use it. It took 20 pump actions to fill up.
👤I wanted to inflate the tires on my bike. These tires use a presta valve. The pump does not mate well with a presta valve. The pressure gauge doesn't work so it's not possible to pump tires up to the correct pressure with this pump. It is useless.
👤I read reviews carefully because there are so many choices. I was looking for a pump. My previous pump was all plastic, bought on impulse. The effort to pump tires was very difficult and the cylinder action was very slow. I threw it away because I was fed up. The Aregun fit what I was looking for, a metal tube, good connection to tire nipple. It was easy to fill my bicycle tires. I was surprised that the tires were inflated so quickly. Connection releases quickly with no loss of air. Solid product! Very happy with the purchase.
The weight is 140 g / 4.93 oz. The lezyne slip-fit dual valve pump head is made of durable aluminum. It has a rebuildable design that allows for seals to be replaced and a large aluminum locking lever. The indicators are molded into the body. Only compatible with lezyne floor pumps.
👤A couple of years ago, I got a Lezyne pump. The head that came with the pump was a source of frustration for me. It was difficult to get onto some Presta valves. I have a few of the shrader valves in my garage and they were worse. The default chuck is difficult to thread, making it hard to open the valve. I bought a pro head. It requires threading both Presta and Shrader, but it is relatively quick to switch. Presta valves have valve cores that can be removed. The gasket at the mouth of the chuck makes it possible to unthread some valve cores, which results in the deflating of the tire. I eventually purchased this head. Is is the easiest of the three to use because of the frequent switch between Presta and Shrader. The head is made of plastic and is more budget-oriented than the other two. If Lezyne made a metal one, I would buy it. Even though it's not the best head I've ever used, I still recommend this head as the default for all Lezyne pumps. Lezyne makes some really nice pumps, but seems to have dropped the ball on head design.
👤I bought this because I thought it would be easier to use than the dual sided screw on head that came with my Lezyne pump. I was deceived. There is a The side of the valve that was Schrader was a total waste. It takes a lot of force to get it on the valve. If the tube is new and has no air in it, it's worthless. It's hit and miss. I called customer service and they didn't offer anything but a lack of concern. We're aware of the issue. I had to change the metal on my pump in order to make it work again. Don't buy this.
👤I bought this for my Lezyne pump because the flip thread chuck that came with it had a tendency to remove the valve cores. This is a constant problem now that most tubes have valve cores. The new head is solid and it is quicker to flip the lever on this than to thread on the original chuck. I made the switch after I found it. Lezyne should make this the standard head. It's even easier to fill both Presta and Schrader tubes with my kids' bikes.
👤I replaced the screw-on adapter that came with my pump with this one because it was time consuming and frustrating to change from presta to schrader valves. This one makes it so that you can use either one, simply press it on and snap the lever. The fit was great and there was no leaking from the pump line. I would highly recommend anyone to have a presta/schrader tip replaced.
👤The plastic lever on the pump head broke on the first attempt to tighten it. I thought that this left my pump as a throw away. There is a I went to Amazon to find a floor pump with either a metal lever or a metal pump head. I found replaceable pump heads during this search. I came upon the "Lezyne", which was never heard of, as I continued my search, but most of the ones displayed offered pump heads with plastic levels. The bike pump head has a metal lever. The metal lever on the test pumps didn't snap off, it was easy to install. I'm now "Pumped" about the purchase of the "LEZYNE dual valve bicycle pump head".
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. A new gauge. The new hammer style TwinHead is able to work with all tire valves. The bar has a max pressure of 160 psi. Includes ball and bladder needles.
👤Silca track pumps from 1984 are not known for their accurate gauge. The fact that this pump comes up about 1/2 atmosphere short when compared to a quality hand-held gauge is not surprising or worthy of star depletion. The red arrow marker on the gauge is a great way to factor in the extra 1/2 atmosphere of tire pressure. The gauge is a huge improvement over the previous one. The length of the hose is long. Not as long as my Silca, but more than adequate. The pump head is amazing. One end presta, the other end schrader and the lever are thrown. I'm not sure how it will hold up, but I'm willing to give it the benefit of my doubts. The pump action is authoritative. The travel length is shorter than the Silca, but it's not enough to get my chamois in a bunch over. A worthy successor.
👤This is the second floor pump I have purchased. The quality on both was excellent. The shaft is larger than I expected. I believe that both pumps will last a long time. The built-in pressure gauge appears to be accurate. The attachment mechanism for the air fitting is easy to use. This is a great pump.
👤This is near the top of the other reviews and top 10 sites. They are correct. The gauge is larger and easier to read than a cheap one. When you step on it to pump, it has a stamped metal base that holds the pump securely. The pump nozzle has a lock on one side and a lock on the other side, which determines the direction of the air flow. The marker on the gauge can be moved if hit, but only if you are close. The first 1/3 of the pump action is easy, but the compression gets harder as you get older, but it is easy enough for an adult. The pump has a couple of accessories that are securely fit on the pump by the gauge, after a few weeks of use and manhandling by my kids they are still in place, my old cheap pump lost those accessories almost immediately. It costs more but you get what you pay for. I think this pump will last a long time and will be worth two or more cheap pumps making it more economical in the long run.
👤They should include operation instructions. It is a superior pump, but having to watch a video on how to use it was a pain.
👤I bought this to replace an old pump and was pleasantly surprised. I also reviewed a lot of other pumps. I was most interested in the valve connector. The valve attachment for a presta valve is one of the best I've used. The pressure gauge was confirmed against a separate high end gauge. I am happy that I no longer have to struggle with attaching the pump to my presta valves with the added bonus of no leaks or losing air when attaching or removing the valve connector, I couldn't be happier with the purchase. When considering the quality and features of this pump, believe it's an excellent value.
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. 220psi is designed for Road Bike Tires and other low-volume tire applications. It isdurable: Made from durable machined aluminum with steel barrel and Piston. The materials are high-quality. GAUGE: There is an Analogue gauge for clear and accurate tire pressure readings. There is a human in this picture Extra Long High-Strength Hose with Couplers is also included. The Presta and Sharrer are related. The Chuck System is equipped with the Pro Flip-Thread System. The chuck is quick to flip for Presta or Schrader valves.
👤I buy a lot of pumps and this is my favorite one, sturdy and reliable. I own three of them. There is a One of the reasons I like this pump is that the head screws on to your tire valve threads. It's similar to a lot of other pumps where you push the head on and then flip up a lever to lock it in place. I prefer the screw-on method, but not everyone does. Tubes with long valve stems are used in deep-dish rims. The pump won't work because a few of the long stems don't have threading. If you ride a deep-dish rim, you might want to double-check before buying this pump. There is a To switch from Presta tires to Schraeder tires, you need to remove the pump's head with your fingers. All of my bikes use Presta valves, so it doesn't bother me. If you have to switch back and forth frequently, you may prefer a different model.
👤I wanted a consistent connection and the screw-on head gave that. It doesn't open Presta valves. The Presta connection doesn't mechanically engage with the valve. When you thread it on, the air pressure in the tire holds the valve closed until you equalize the pressure in the pump. The air bleed button doesn't bleed air from the tire, and the pump's pressure gauge jumps around and reads 10 to 20psi too high when pumping to 90psi. To set the pressure accurately, you need to connect the pump and use a secondary pressure gauge.
👤The lever attachment on my old floor pump was where you push it down on the valve stem and then raise the lever to tighten it. It is not easy to remove the valve stem from the tire, and often it comes off before the tire is pumped. I decided to look for a better method after many years of this nonsense. I found the Lezyne floor pump while searching. It is fastened with a stable, secure and defined connection. It stays on! The air hose is longer than my old one, which is a good thing, and it is very flexible, almost limp, which is also a good thing, because you can snake it around the spokes or other bike parts to get it easily to the valve stem. There is a You wonder why anyone would use anything else when you find a product designed well. I feel that way about this pump. Every bike owner should own one. The valve core can back out when you remove it from the valve stem, which is one of the concerns cited by other reviewers. I haven't had that problem. If the user screws the attachment onto the valve stem too tightly, that could cause a problem. The concern was that the pump does not depress the valve core, but forces it open with air pressure. That would cause an inaccurate reading on the gauge. I haven't seen that either. I double check my pressure when I'm done, and it's very accurate. I think the fact that it uses air pressure during the downstroke to open the air core contributes to its accuracy. When you detach with a lever-style, the air in the tire leaks out for a few seconds until the valve core closes. The air coming from the hose, not the tire, is the only thing that leaks out with this pump. When you disengage, the valve core is already closed. The tire has air in it.
A rubber band strap is included to hold the pump in place. The wide barrel design pushes air to quickly inflate tires. The pump head can be reversed. A steady wide base, a comfortable handle, and a steel barrel are all that's needed for a reliable bike pump. The ball needle and inflation cone are included with the bonus.
👤Amazon has a bad habit. I input floor pump with gauge, and saw all sorts of off-brand floor pumps and foot pumps, so when I saw Bell brand, I didn't realize they had a gauge. Returned it and ordered a different brand.
👤The small pumps that attach to bike frames are our regular bike pumps. I decided it was time to get an adult pump because I was using one to refill a soccer ball and wheel on my kayak cart. I got this one from Bell, and it's almost an adult one. The handle is so low that I have to bend over to use it. The pump is easy to use, comes with almost everything you need, and works well. There is a This pump does not have a pressure reading, which is uncommon in a pump at this price. There is a I'm happy to recommend it if you will check the pressure other than with a pump and if you will ensure you have the correct pressure.
👤The pump doesn't compare very well to my pump. The Bell pump seems to have some obstruction that is blocking some of the air flow. I wouldn't feel confident that I could seat a tubeless tire with this pump while I have seated all of my tires with the Crankbrother's pump. I don't mind that it doesn't have an air pressure gauge as they are notoriously inaccurate. You should use a handheld gauge to measure your pressures. I don't know what the retail of this is right now. I wouldn't pay $10 for it. A decent pump would cost $50 to invest.
👤Bell Windstorm 400 high volume floor pump was reviewed. I see people bashing Bell pumps in reviews, but in this case they're justfied. The yellow color is cons of this one. No gauge! You can't see what the preasure is. You have to squeeze things so they don't blow up to X psi. It's the same thing. The pads for your feet to keep it in place are very small. The pump is very short, meaning you have to bend down more than other ones. Pros is what they are. I'll be giving this away.
👤I should have paid more attention to the specifications of this one. There is a My foot pump has seen better days. There is a I thought it would be better if I tried this one out. There is a It really isn't much better. It doesn't seem to keep a tight seal. There is a It takes a long time to pump up a bike tire. I don't know why it is taking so long to pump up, it almost seems like it is leaking or jammed up. Will either use my other one or take it to the gas station.
👤I already have a floor pump that works the same as this one. Can't tell a difference between the two. I'm partial to the floor pumps if you're choosing between them. The metal on our foot pump is bent sideways, which makes it hard to pump with your foot. The floor pump is easier to use than the foot pump, but it takes up less room. I would buy this again if I could.
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