Track Fixie Road Mountain Bikes have presta valve stems. Planet Bike ALX, SX, ST, STX, COMP and Sport Floor pumps are compatible with this. Both presto and Schrader valves are served by the auto valve. The package has dimensions of 3.25" L X 1" W X 5.5" H.
👤If your pump has a thicker hose, this head will fit it. The opening is large and can fit thicker tubing.
👤The Kent air pump was easy to install and use since the original one didn't work and the Presta valve and Shrader valve were stiff, but it worked well. I was going to destroy it. It has a new life now! Very happy with the purchase. 5 stars! There is a Thanks for the fast delivery.
👤I bought this pump head to use as a replacement for the pump head on my Topeak Joe Blow pump, which wore out and didn't seal properly anymore. The pump head works great with no leaks. It's a lot cheaper than buying an original Topeak pump head.
👤We have both Schrader and presta. They don't know how to spell presta so it wouldn't work.
👤I had a bike pump that was leaking. The Planet Bike replacement was easy to install and works well. You are good to go if you make sure the tubing on the bike pump fits the head.
👤I would have known that I could have replaced the head on my pump earlier. The dial function makes it easy to pump my tires.
👤I like the fact that it woke up. I was thinking of buying a new aipe pump, but I have repaired it so I don't need a new one. One customer was very happy.
👤It was easy to put on and works great.
👤This one works. Too many fall off.
👤The new single head of my bike pump was replaced with a dual head. It's easy to replace and works great with either Presta or Schrader valves.
👤It works perfectly on my pump.
👤It's as expected. It works well.
The extra long hose makes it easy to reach valves. The Thin barrel design inflates all tires. The Presta head has a dual Schrader head on it. The volume is 430 cm.
👤This pump was disappointing. I should have checked other sites before buying it because it had good reviews. For some reason, this has great reviews on Amazon, but if you compare it to other sites, it has poor ratings. The presta valve hookup is terrible. I couldn't get the lock to work properly, causing air to leak while pumping, and when I finally got a good lock on it, air started leaking out of the pump itself? I was not able to get my psi over 20. I don't have high pressure tires. This product was very disappointing.
👤Had high expectations that it was only a "pump" but it was pure junk. I bought it for my bicycle tires. When you push down on the handle to pump up the tires, you don't get much air. There is little air pressure going into the tire when the cylinder is pushed down into the pump, because there is either no seal or a bad seal at the top. You can hear the air escaping at the top before it gets to the tire. I had to quit because of both exhaustion and frustration after blowing up one tire for 30 minutes. Unless you want to work out for one hour per tire, stay away from this pump.
👤The pump works well. It feels flimsy when you pump up the bike tires. The pump is light in weight. I am worried that it will only last a short time. The last Bell bike pump broke. The one that broke feels less durable than this one. This is an example of what you pay for. We purchase other Bell brand bike accessories and don't usually have issues with them, so this purchase surprised us. Oh well. Maybe you will feel differently if you purchase this item.
👤I don't think I'm manly enough, but I find the pump's mechanism almost impossible to attach to. It's very stiff and requires a lot of Torque to get past resistance. By positioning myself in the right way to get the best possible grip, pressing with all my might and after several frustrating attempts to get just the right leverage required, I can squeeze the clamp down. Doesn't seem to loosen up over time. The difficulty makes pumping up your bicycle tires hard. The base stand is too small and the pump can fall over if you don't hold it in place with your feet. It's a bit awkward to work with and crashes against spokes or guards. It's not heavy so little damage is likely, just annoying, after all the sweaty effort needed to squeeze the clamp to closed position. It's a decent pump. It's fairly efficient to bring tires up to pressure. It took 20 pumps to pump up a deflated 700c.
👤This is difficult to pump. I thought my wife was doing well, but it turns out she's not. Good luck going past 100. It's tough to use.
👤The perceived quality of this pump will depend on what you use it for. This is perfect for thin tire road bike tires. I would consider another pump if you plan on using this for a road bike. It takes a lot of effort to get there, and it will max out at around 100psi. The entire pump failed after 3 months of normal use. Save your money by not using this pump.
Bike essential is an important mechanic tool. The foot bike pump can see the air pressure in real time when it's time to inflate, it's easy to monitor and avoid bursting of inflation. The floor bike pump has a built-in safety pedal locking clip that keeps the bike stable and does not pop up suddenly. Pack and fold the foot pump inflator, it's ideal for travel or home use. Storage does not take up a lot of space. The double cylinder bike pump design has more air pressure, less leaking, and it's easy to use. It's suitable for baby carriages gas-filled, wheelchairs, bicycles, aeration, mountain bikes, motorcycles aerated, electric vehicles, ball inflatable toys, inflatable bathtubs, swimming pool buoy, etc. The double cylinder pressure pump can help you. The dual-use design of the car tire air pump saves time and effort. The belt is easy to disassemble and maintain. Make your journey easier and life better by taking pump inflator.
👤For most summer sports, you need an air pump that can feed enough air into the balls, swimming toys, and bike tires. I need this one to meet my needs. It is easy to use, and just need to use one foot. The pressure gauge is a plus. Kids are happy to get their balls back.
👤This has been very easy to use and check the air in motorcycles. It works well on my lawn mower. It's much easier to get around a compressor.
👤Works as advertised. It's easy to use for inflatable tires. Not being reliant on electricity is very practical.
👤The pump is sturdy and easy to use, and it's 888-282-0465, so you can store it almost anywhere. The double "piston" pump pushes a lot of air into your tire or ball with just a few pushes from your foot.
👤Good product but the gauge reads less than actual.
👤The product looked great after I inspected it. I used it to inflate my daughter's bycicle tires, but before I could put some pressure on the first tire, the pump gave up and I heard a loud pop. One of the cylinders came undone as I looked down. It's unbelievable.
👤It was difficult to figure it out but finally got it. It works well.
👤I wanted to give this pump five stars, but when I used it to fill my bike tires, it quickly filled up to 70 PSI, then it hit the wall. " Getting the tires up to 70 lbs. It is easy to get pressure to go to 80 PSI, but getting it to go to 80 is nearly impossible, and it takes many pumps to achieve. The pressure gauge shuts off at 70 PSI, refusing to measure anything higher. There is a It works better than any hand-operated or electric pump. CO2 inflators work great, but can be used in an emergency, making them completely unacceptable for daily use. I wish that this device would have worked the same at 80 PSI as it did at 70, but sadly, it did not. I would have given it five stars for its quality and ease of use.
The mini bmx bike floor pump inner and outer tubes are made of aluminum alloy. There are more wear-resistant and weight savings. You can carry a mini size bike wheel barrow pump with you for travel or leisure. The essential bike accessory. A portable compressor with powerful air output, it fits in the water cage on your bike. At the push of a button, the tires should be inflated. For the first time, tubeless seating is great. The Inflation device is used for wheels up to 29” The French Presta valves and auto Schrader valves are compatible with this. One time purchase. There were no Cartridges. 100% reuse. A simple floor pump, air compressor or gas station air point is all you need to refill. You have the solution in the event of a flat tire. There are two options with or without lock. The metal cord and combination lock are used to secure your bike. You can put it in your backpack. You can. A unique and useful gift. The perfect gift idea for parents who jog with their strollers or bike commuters. Joe's No Flats is the place to buy yours. They are the experts.
👤I've used this pump for tubeless setup before. I used it on an older wheel from a 2008 Specialized Stumpjumper and on a Specialized tire that is 26 inch x 2.0 thick, the first time I used it. The rim is narrow and the tire beads are not tubeless. It was a challenge but we were able to make it tubeless. Joe's pump was difficult to use. There is a This pump is amazing after many applications on a real tubeless rim and tire combo. It fills the tire with air and pops it up. I have to use a compressor or foot pump to finish the rest, but it closes the seals fast. I am not going to bash the product on my first failure because the tire and rim combo were not made for tubeless.
👤I needed this for inflating my tubless tires. I wanted to save money on gas and buy an air compressor. There were other cans in the market that were twice the price. Don't pay for the branding because the tech is not rocket science. This is a limited use item.
👤There was a need for a way to seat beads on tires. I saw this and ran to it. It would work for the most part, but you will have to pay for it in sweat, and most bike pumps won't go past 160psi if you don't have a compressor. I used a portable tire inflator to fill it and was able to get it to 150 psi. It almost had enough to fit my 3 in a plus tire. I used my tire inflator for the second time and it was able to seat and inflate the tubeless tire with ease. Why do I need this? It was easy to seat the tire at 200psi. I use a high pressure air pump that will fill it, but you will need to pump a lot. If you don't need to seat a tire on the go, these things are worthless.
👤The product is convenient for rides and affordable. This would be great for mountain bike tires with schrader valves, but they only fit into valve cores. It would be easier to seat tire beads if they could attach securely with the valve core removed. I have to do it several times to get the tires to seat, because I have to put the core in first. It is cheaper and portable than a dedicated air chamber pump.
👤The speed of air delivery is too slow for tubeless installation. It is still superior to use nimbus. The screw on the connection can be difficult to get off, and it allows air out while trying to get it off. The product has not served it's purpose. It would work for filling a tube in place of a pump.
👤I used this to seat a lot of tubeless tires. The 700x38 and 27.5x2.3 are both 27x2.3. The floor pumps are the fault of people who complain about not being able to pump it to max pressure. I carry it around in my second water bottle, but haven't gotten a flat yet. There is a I wish there was a presta valve version instead of having to use a schrader.
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.
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.
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 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 portable air compressor from Prow is a good buy. The air compressor tire inflator is made by a company that is leading in quality and gives a 2-year manufacturer's warranty with outstanding customer service. The floor pump has an easy to read gauge. The handle is comfortable.
👤The pump is skinny and does not hold enough air so it takes twice as many pumps as other pumps of this size. I inflated tires for kids. It felt like a workout. There is a The gauge is useless. First of all, the markings are not correct. Look at the photo. The bars are between the tens. What is that suppose to mean? The bar is 2.5 psi. The normal gauge has 10 or 5 bars between the tens. It's a representation of 1 or 2 psi. There is a The first mark on the gauge is 10 psi. There are no marks for inflating a soccer ball which has 3-4 psi. There is a The lock is working. It takes a number of attempts to get it to start pumping.
👤Amazon's choice? It's not good. The 20 year old Nashbar one works intermittently but does a better job. This pump is flimsy and cheap. It's difficult to use. It takes forever to inflate a bike tire to 90psi and it leaks air in the process. I used a Bontrager pump to fill the tube. The tire was completely filled by the Bontrager. It must take 3-4 times as long. Maybe its barrel is too small. This one's barrel was about the same size as the Bontrager barrel. The valves and pressure gauge are the only nice features. Unless you're only pumping up a soccer ball or basketball, it's useless. You're pumping for something. I wouldn't recommend it to anyone. I would've returned it if I hadn't let the 30 day return policy get away from me.
👤How to fix a presta valve bike tire. Take off the bike tire valve cap and set the pump level to neutral. You can find a gasket insert Grey screw cap and gasket inside the bike valve insert and the pump valve lower gasket. Out (Arrow Point at Grey Cap Valve) Pump 25 times to reach 80 PSI and then turn the valve lever back to neutral. If you messed up the seating of the gasket and position of the bike pump, you should not have heard about the leak. There is a Remove grey cap from valve's while keeping pump valve steady. Pull away the pump valve quickly, then remove the grey cap and gasket. Throughout this process, no air should be out. Enjoy the inflated tires. It took half an hour to figure it out. Lots of reviews flaming product, they don't know how to use it. Not sending out more instructions is a problem for partially sellers. Good luck.
👤You can start by putting the connection on the valve stem and locking it up. You have to turn the lock on the tire to release the valve head. A flaw in the design of the'smart' valve head causes the air in the tire to blow out. My solution so far is to overfill the tire to make up for the loss of pressure, and to remove the smart valve head from the bike's valve stem. I wish I'd known about this before I bought it. The buyer should beware.
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 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.
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