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.
The foam sleeve protects your fingers from frozen when the CO2 pump gets frozen. The can is mounted on a bike frame and can carry extra CO2 bottles. The smart inflators head of the Universal Digital Tire INFLATOR tool eliminates the need for valves in cars and bikes. ACCURATE PRESSURE GAUGE with auto ON-Off reads 0-200 psi. The range is ideal for Road tires with Tubes or Tubeless and also for cars. This tool is designed for home mechanics as well as for bicycle shops. As soon as you take it out of the box, the CycloSpirit Tire Inflator is ready to use. You can inflate as fast or as slow as you need, with or without the Presta Valve Core.
👤The other reviewers should not convince you that this doesn't work with presta valves. The only thing you have to do is remove the head of the pump. The plastic insert inside the pump's head works perfectly on presta valves, despite the manufacturer's claims.
👤I had considered purchasing all the pieces to make a quick inflator connection but decided to give it a try. I bought this for use with Presta bike tires, but I was not happy with the "Auto-selectl" valve connection. I tried it on a few bike tires. I bought the BV Smart Valve head to make it work. It works great now. Like the large display.
👤The PRESTA valves work perfectly with this inflator. There are a lot of reviews that say that this inflator won't work with presta valves or that adjustments have to be made to the device. That is not true. The rubber seats well on the valve body if you push the chuck all the way in, and you have to remove the top nut to do it. The pressure gauge in my shop is the same as the pressure gauge in the digital version. I do not get compensated by the manufacturer. Get one!
👤I bought this for my mountain bike. I hate presta valves. I needed this for them. The digital gauge works well with my compressor setup. There is a The rubber guard is not good. It's already splitting in a month or two. I decided to use two-sided carpet tape around the housing and cleaner the inside rubber with alcohol to stick it on the gauge. I wish I had done that first.
👤Will not hold on to presta valves. I have to push on it to keep it locked. For schrader. I got it for my bike.
👤I bought this for my new bike as I have never had presta valves before. The readings were all over the place and it was difficult to attach the stem. I would see the reading go from 31 to 29.5 and then go down to 29.5 as air was leaking out. I would squeeze the handle and it would shoot up to 66 PSI. When I let off the handle, I thought it was 33 PSI, but my tire gauge was reading 40. I need to return it since I can't trust it.
👤I used the Cyclospirit on my mountain and on my car. The quick-connection worked well. I have used a lot of dual valve connections over the years, this one is the best. The air pressure thumbtrigger is easy to use. The air release has good control. It wouldn't work for off-road use as it's meant to release small amounts of air. I wish I had bought it a long time ago. Check with a pressure gauge. Continue until you get it right. It's all at once. Very nice.
👤Well built and accurate. The original head is the best for the valve. Change the head out for a dual valve. It is very easy to swap out. It's important to keep the regulator at 60psi to not allow it to fill too quickly. It works well with car tires. TPMS sensor and old school pressure gauge match up.
Their safe and secure frame mounted bracket has extra security. Installation of a pump mount requires pre-drilled holes in the bike frame. The smart inflators head of the Universal Digital Tire INFLATOR tool eliminates the need for valves in cars and bikes. ACCURATE PRESSURE GAUGE with auto ON-Off reads 0-200 psi. The range is ideal for Road tires with Tubes or Tubeless and also for cars. This tool is designed for home mechanics as well as for bicycle shops. As soon as you take it out of the box, the CycloSpirit Tire Inflator is ready to use. You can inflate as fast or as slow as you need, with or without the Presta Valve Core.
👤If you have a compressor, you can use this to inflate tires with Presta and Schrader valves. I checked the gauge against both of my digital and analog ones. It comes with two Energizer AA batteries, not the usual no name kind that don't last long. A little technique is required. If you lose a little air as you remove the hose it won't make a difference in pressure. If you want to lower the pressure on your bike tires, be sure to remove the hose and leak a little air from the connection. If you connect the hose and lift the lever to lock the valve then fill the tire with air, you will get an accurate reading. Pull the hose back from the valve by folding the locking lever. This tool is new to me and I don't know if it will last, but it is basically a standard digital car tire inflator with a head that will fit both Presta and Schrader valves. It's handy when you need to change larger tires, which can take a lot of pumping with a manual pump.
👤I was ready to return the tire inflator because it seemed to barely fit over the presta valves and not firmly lock on. The seller told me to push it firmly on the presta valves. I pressed harder and it went further when the inflator felt like it was all the way on. The presta valve was locked firmly. Push the inflator past where it seems to bottom out with presta valves. It will work perfectly once it goes. JACO has a tire gauge. The gauge is the same as the digital one. It works well on valves that are used for water. I did not have to return the presta valve because I learned how to use the inflator correctly.
👤I don't like reviews from people who just received an item. They are likely motivated to justify their decision. I know I'm not immune to that. I usually don't read early reviews. Here are the good things I've observed. The previous one I owned was more supple than the one I have now. If you only have two hands, it's much easier to use. For example. I bought a tire gauge for track events and wanted to compare it to the reading on it. It was within 1/2 pound. I was able to put the gauge on the floor despite being able to lock the nozzle onto the tire stem. That is nice! There is a It is easy to read. There is a The control is smooth. There is a I pushed the nozzle down onto my bike's Presta stem without fear after reading the directions and comments. I was frustrated with my previous short-hose inflater and bought this one. Even with only two hands, this unit makes it easy to inflate my bike tires. There is a I will update this review if it fails soon.
👤The build quality is surprisingly good. The gauge is easy to read and it seems to be accurate. deflation valve is pretty much boolean and inflation valve is pretty good for modulation. There are some issues. The quick connect fitting came with a sealed o-ring. The seal was attached to compressed air. If the fitting is not a tapered thread, then the seal should not be o-ring sealed. The head is not great and I replaced it with a Lezyne HV head. When the inflation valve is closed, the gauge reads the pressure of the air source so you only get accurate readings of destination pressure. I'm not sure if this could be fixed with better design or if the gauge would need to be at the tire. It's not a great tool but with a few adjustments it's not a bad value.
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's perfect for when you have a flat tire. A unique design with a pressure gauge prevents accidental tire blows. The dual pump head has both Presta and Schrader valves for all kinds of bikes, sports ball needle and inflation cone included. The inner and outer barrel are made of high strength aluminum. The surface is smooth. No paint stripping, no rust, and more wear-resistant. It is durable to use longer and save money. It is easy to carry around 400g. The bike pump is small enough to fit in your bike bag. There is a wide application for road bike. Electric vehicles, motorcycles, and inflatable balls are also suitable.
👤The bike pump is very useful. The bike pump kit is perfect for light pump work. We use it to pump up toys and family bike tires. We have an auto pump that is powered by the car, but it is difficult to start the car to pump something like a basketball. The pump is great to have around to inflate things. Definitely recommend this pump. Every household needs one of these.
👤Does it work for the price? The pressure gauge on the unit I received was not accurate. The pump's gauge was inaccurate by about 40psi after checking with a digital and analog handheld gauge. Not upset about the price. It fills my tires with air. To double check, be sure to have a backup pressure gauge.
👤It works in a pinch. This is the item if you need something small while traveling. If you can afford it, you can spend $20 on a full sized item.
👤This pump works. I used it to make balloon animals. It worked for all of them. My only complaint is that it's difficult to get into a comfortable position to use my foot on the pump while holding a ball or balloon. Not as big of an issue with tires.
👤This didn't work as advertised. Even though we only read 40 PSI, it was almost impossible to pump up our tires. We have been bruised on our hands. The stabilizer doesn't work so it's impossible to do this with your foot. I had a tire burst on my road bike and it cost me $45 to fix. A good gauge is a must for a better pump.
👤It's hard to use because it's not strong enough to hold the plug in the tire. The attachment does not make a good connection. I should have returned it but didn't realize how hard it was to use.
👤I tried a few times to place my foot at the right angle to pump but it was pretty good. The gauge is portable and easy to store in a small pocket of my backpack. Thanks to its small size, I can attach it to my bike.
👤The hand pump we had for our bikes was replaced by a good product. The build works well. It makes blowing up tires easier.
The design of the surface makes the pumping action more smooth and effortless. A slow-release button at the tip of the pump makes it easier to disengage after inflating with high-pressure air. If the pressure is too high, you can use the slow-release button. This bicycle pump is lightweight and reliable and will help you keep your bike tires fully inflated. The slim design makes it easy to keep cycling at your full capacity even if you have a flat tire. ACCURATE GAUGE & MULTIFUNCTIONAL VALVES, Max 120 PSI / 8 Bar high pressure capacity, clear and easy to read 1.5”industrial gauge with PSI & Bar readout, and the ergonomics of the T-handle provides Floor /hand. The dual purpose portable Bike Pump is a top quality option. With it, you can switch easily among Presta and Schrader & Dunlop, with a simple flick of a switch. Get back in shape quickly. Their bike tire pump system is leak resistant and can be used to inflate tires. The 120PSI gauge keeps your tires inflated at the correct pressure and the aluminum alloy barrel inflates quickly. An extra-long hose gives you more flexibility in pumping your tires. The high-efficiency pump puts the maximum air into your tires. There is light and portable. The Mini Bike Pump is made of aluminum. There is no flimsy plastic here and the seals are reliable. Just over 11. It can be transported easily in a backpack or on your bike frame. It is portable and built to handle a lot of use. MULTI-FUNCTION TOOL Each garage tool box needs a must-have! There is a bike air pump that can be used for bikes, electric vehicles, motorcycles, balloons, air mattresses, baby buggies, strollers and wheelchairs.
👤This has been wonderful, apart from the weird issue where it leaks air when bent at a certain angle. It is rare at this price point to have a gauge that is worth your money. The size is perfect for a commuter that you can just strap it to your toolkit or bike frame and forget about it, but it's still large enough that you can to off or completely reinflate with relatively low effort. I found the handle to be a little flimsy, and you don't have the confidence to really grip it. If you're running high pressure tires, you might not like them very much. The mine runs at 50 psi. It's fine for me.
👤My son bought a new bike. I forgot to look at the size and didn't realize it was a mini pump. Eventually, this will get the job done. I think so. I have a 29er bike and just pumped a flat tire from nothing on this pump's scale to 30 pounds per square inch. I'm not quite there because the tire says up to 65. I stopped because it took over 100 pumps to get it to this point. There is a The Pros are small. The seat riser tube of your bike has a Mount on it. It will not fit on the seat riser tube of a mountain bike, but will fit on the bottom tube. It seems like aluminum is solid. There is foot support and a 120psi gauge. The system is based on zip ties. It's so small that it only pumps a small amount of air. If you have a 29er tire, you should be able to get to 60psi in at least 5 minutes. As pressure increases, the amount of air you can force into the tire decreases, so you'll need more pumps to get 60psi. You don't want to stand over this and pump it while one foot is on the foot support. That will kill you. While sitting on the ground, you'll pump your tire with the pump in one hand and the other. There is a handle on the top but it must be turned into a lock position to hold that position. You should be careful or you will get pinched as you pump. I'm giving this 3 stars because it does work and anyone who buys a tiny thing like this must expect to take a long time to pump up a tire. This is an economical way to get yourself back on the road. If you want to get on the road again quickly, you should get a CO2 cylinder setup.
👤If you are a cyclist, you know the value of a portable pump. If you have more than one bike, it's even better to have one that can inflate more than one tire. This pump is small, lightweight and can inflate almost any valve you can find, making it very useful. The integrated pressure gauge makes sure you never overinflate or underinflate, which is a huge boost. You don't need a separate gauge. It can be used in a pinch to boost a car tire, because of the range of valves this can accommodate, but it is not optimal due to the volume of a car tire. I put this in my trunk so I can always be ready to use it. There is a A great price for a very useful pump.
The steel base has extra large foot pads and is easy to read. The pressure is tested to 160 PSI. Instantly switch between Presta and Schrader and Deutschland Valves for fast and easy fill. The Iron Base Frame has a aluminum Piston and a pressure gauge. Double Pistons deliver up to 160 PSI/11 Bar, which is significantly reducing inflation times. The steel frame has a built-in safety pedal locking clip and 2 rubber feet.
👤This worked on my valves. It took a bit of work to get it to force down on an uninflated tire with no locking nut. The foot pump design is better than the hand pump. If you don't see a reading for a while, it's because the pressure meter doesn't work at low pressure. The travel of the pedal isn't constrained so you have to be careful when going up and down. The pedal will collide with the frame if side to side motion is used. I'd be willing to upgrade to a new pedal model if it solved this issue. Excellent pump.
👤The air gauge, pump closure lock, rubber feet, and air hose are all cheap and flimsy, even though they are heavy duty. The air hose looks like a toy. A plastic screw-on ring that looks incredible fragile is used to connect the hose to the pump and fitting. I had to double check that the pump was on the tire valve after I pumped my bike tire to 30psi. It took 15 pumps to get it to 30psi and a regular floor hand pump to take half of that.
👤I saw that 'precision' when I first tried it. It takes forever to get past 20psi on my Mt bike tire, not only does it not register the pressure when first connected, but it takes 888-349-8884. It's woefully inaccurate when it does. I was expecting about 30psi or less. It was hard when I realized that the Guage is useless.
👤I needed to fill the tires on my bike. It was easy to use. The first pump broke. A rivet type fitting secures the hinge on the pump. The pump broke there. The manufacturer sent me a new one after I called them. The new pump broke in the same place as the original. If it requires 100 pounds of pressure, this is not your pump.
👤The air connections work well. The air hose is not strong. It takes a lot of pumps to do the same amount of work.
👤I've contacted the company many times. They won't respond. I told them that before I wrote a review. It doesn't work. It will let the air out of my tire, but won't put it back in. Contact me if the owners are reading this. I haven't reported it to Amazon yet, but that will be my next step.
👤This is my second one. Both of them work well.
👤The pump worked well for 2.5 months. The air was drained after the seals blew on the pistons. The same thing happened to my friend after he bought the same pump. It's best to invest in something that's a bit stronger.
👤One of the pistons on the pump stopped working. As I switched between my bike with one type of valve and my partners bike with a different style, I selected this one to save fiddling with an adaptor. When we take the bikes on camping holidays, it's in the boot of the car. The old pump had an annoying squeak when being used. Would recommend.
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.
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. 220 PSI high pressure. The innovative floor pump has an integrated system. The secondary chamber can be pressurized with the help of the foot-lever. This discharges air that quickly seats tubeless systems. It has a custom digital gauge. The wood handle is stylish and durable. The braided hose is extra long. Presta and Schrader are compatible.
👤The pump looks nice on paper and appears to have all the features you would want, including a valve core tool on the back of the chuck and a nice handle. It fails to inflate tires. The gauge on my car didn't read right when I tried to inflate in regular mode. It was a total failure to seat the Continental GP 5000 TL on the ZeroDB rim. I tried many times without success. If you remove the core, it will make it easier to seat tubeless tires. The feet attract dirt, unlike my other floor pumps. This is worse than any other floor pump I have owned.
👤It works. It is not broken. It is not great. The screw on thing is not the best. The Serfas pumps use pressure clamps that work better. The valve core can come off when you take the pump off. There is a The gauge is slow when it is used as a regular pump, not just inflating the chamber to seat a tubeless tire. You have to pump and let it sit for a while to figure out what pressure your tire has.
👤Use for tubeless tire mounting. You can blast it up to 12 bar. It was perfect for this task. The screw on method of attachment to a presta valve won't work for many presta valves because the core won't fit when you remove the pump head. It doesn't feel good to use this pump. Spongy.
👤The construction and function of this pump are all fine with me. It is a tank. When I need a pump, the tires are snapped in a snap. The plastic housing of the digital pressure gauge is easy to break.
👤The air flow in this pump is great and can mount tubeless tires. I have had challenges and successes. The pump has helped. Especially when camping in the Sierras or Death Valley.
👤This is a good product. I've had issues with inflating tubeless tires, but this has eliminated them. Anyone who has ever fought stubborn mtb tire/rim combinations is highly recommended. Spectacular!
👤The pump was the fastest I've ever used.
👤Hervorragend verarbeitet, stabil, and Ventil are included. Druck ist (einhndig im Sitzen ist kein Problem). I also have a man and a bspw. Man ist die Druck klarerweise, and also the Gefhl pumpen.
👤Eine phantastische Pumpe! Iines MTB, radumrstung meines. Tubeless war damit. Ich ist die Kompressor anschaffen. Alles von LEZYNE hat beispielsweise. Anschluss am Ventil, die Luft in den Zylinder gepumpt. There is a maximum of 120 PSI in the Auslsehebel. 3 - 4 mal ist das deutliches ploppen“. Ich ist das tolle Pumpe. Als tgliche Pumpe ist, aber das ist tadellos.
👤The pumpe is super! Allerdings: Presta-Ventil fllen. Zwar ist lsst. I hat Abrieb. Is kaum mglich? Hebel ist da der SKS Kopf. Lezyne mte es mal zum Nahsitzen. The war was so gut. I bastle und geht die Pumpe. ja is there Sinn der Sache ist.
👤1. Pumpe ist super verarbeitet und Massiv. There is a Ich bekommen, ist undicht. Nicht an der kleine Verbindung. Gehuse der Luftkammer. Es ist kein Duck, die Video Rcksendung geht. Werde aber, wende aber, wende aber, wende aber, wende aber... Was trotzdem super schlecht bei dem Preis? Im Intakte bleibt hoffentlich. Ihren Pumpe ist die dicht...
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.
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.
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