It's perfect for all types of bikes. The bicycle pump comes with a mount that screws to the bottle cage holes so that it can be used at a moment's notice. This air pump is also used for electric vehicles, motorcycles, baby buggies, strollers, and wheelchairs, and it is also used to pump balls, inflatable pools and toys, pool floats, balloons, air mattresses, baby buggies, strollers and wheelchairs. The size of a water glass is easy to carry around. The mini bike pump is small enough to fit in your bike bag. The bike air pump is more stable and less slippery because of its wear-resistant and non-slip valves. Saving time and inflating quickly. The design of the pressure gauge makes it easy to see and fit easily into the proper pressure, preventing accidental tire blowouts. The bike tire pump can be used for a wide range of purposes. If you are not completely satisfied with their bicycle pump, they will either give you a refund or a replacement within 24 hours.
👤The value lock stays secure if we put our bikes to sixty pounds in three pumps. It is a good job for the price. I did not review the repair kit but only the pump.
👤It was bought for my husband. He likes the pump. It gets the job done.
👤The pump is easy to use.
👤I wanted a bicycle tire pump with a tire pressure gauge that is easy to use and won't fall apart. This pump is the same as the one pictured. I am very happy with this purchase.
👤It's a tire pump, does what it's supposed to, but it comes with patches I didn't get. Still working.
👤There is a review of a portable bicycle tire pump. I have an electric tire pump that plugs into the car's 12-volt outlet that works and works really fast. It is a pain to move the bike close to the car, get the pump out, plug the pump in, get the car keys, etc. There is a If I have a flat while biking, I use a small hand pump that is attached to my bike. It takes a bit of time and effort to pump up the tire to a usable level because it is so small, but I like to keep my bike tires at the maximum PSI. The HUIOK Mini Bike Pump is a good option for me. The product can be pumped by foot or hand, though I think I will use my foot to inflate my bile tires. The unit is larger than the emergency bike pump that I have but is small enough to fit inside my bike bag. There is a The part of the pump that was designed to be used on tubes with a scrader valve or a presta valve was something I was very pleased to see. There is a The small metallic bar that holds the pump down when it is being stored away, is large enough to stand on, so that when I pump downward with my foot, the unit doesn't slip around too much. There is a I like that the gauge built into the unit is large enough for me to easily see the numbers without having to bend down and look. There is a There are a couple of slots in the foot portion of the pump for holding accessories, such as the ones used to inflate a mattress or a soccer ball. This design makes it easier to keep and find these accessories for rare occasions, and I think it's a nice design. There is a I found that using my feet to press down on the pump was much quicker and easier than using my bike-mounted pump. I think it took me 14 the time to fill up a bike tube with the Huiok pump as compared to the emergency pump. I think it is quicker to grab the mini bike pump and leave than to hook up the 12-volt pump. This is a nice product that fills up a bike tube quickly and without a lot of effort. There is a If the review was helpful, please click the button.
The Ironclad Warranty is backed by a 5-year manufacturers warranty. Cyclists designed the Mini Pump to last. The double cylinder bike foot pump provides more air reserves to achieve faster inflation speed. You will reach the pressure quickly. The foot pump design makes it easier to bend down. The VERENO bike pump is made of high quality metal. It's perfect for travelling or home use. Pre-pressure GAUGE- The requirements of most tire pressures can be met by the pressure of the VERENO air pump. With the pressure gauge, you will know your tire pressure at a glance, making it easier to throw into the proper pressure. The smart valve head of the VERENO air pump is suitable for Presta, Schrader and Deutschland valves. The valve can be locked if it is easy to operate. To use broadly and conveniently for cycle tire, air mattress, baby carriages gas-filled, swimming pool buoys, sports ball and other inflatables, perfect for indoor and outdoor use. The VERENO bike floor pump come with a 100% satisfaction guarantee. If there is ever a need, please reach out to them. They are committed to delivering a 5 star experience for all buyers and are dedicated to address any product/service issues.
👤Before buying, read this review. The pump is amazing. I bought a few pumps for my bike. I ride 20 mph five times a week in FL and have great roads. 1. This pump is a must have. I paid a little more and got a lot more than I expected. 1 foot pump is equivalent to 4 or 5 regular foot pumps. It's easy to control the air in small quantities. My old pump looked like an idiot while I was sitting here. This is a must have. I will not use anything less for the rest of my life. A few extra dollars will save you a lot of trouble. Buy it!
👤I have a back issue that makes it hard for me to pump air in the bike tires, so I thought this might be a solution. Attaching it to the valve shows how much air is in the tire. Then a few easy pumps to get the desired amount of air. It won't slide because it is heavy. There are other things that can be attached to.
👤If you don't want to pay $20 for a brand name pump, why not pay $26 for a quality one? There is a There is no manual in the box. If the pump was obvious, that would be survivable. It's not. cheap plastic is used to make the adaptors That's fine. They don't seem to work at first. The kind of thing a manual would help with. The air blows out of both exits until it encounters pressure on one of them. Only after that does it switch to pumping out that one. That's the best I can tell due to no manual. This wouldn't be a problem with a car tire being pumped up where there's already pressure in it. If you try to pump up an exercise ball, there's no pressure. The air keeps blowing out of the holes, making a sad noise as it blows across the strap for the adaptor. There is a The only way I could work around this was to press through the exercise ball and block the nozzle. I could remove my finger and have it start working after that. Is there a better way? It is almost certainly. You could put it in a manual. The thing was invented by my Monsieur Guillotine. Any pump of this style has a bunch of flailing plastic. A small piece of plastic is not enough to make a foot pad. Your foot will be flying off at some point. As it goes flying, the whole device will scissor down on anything it's near. There is a How do I know? The hose is too short. If you want to clip it on to a tire, it's fine. If you want to inflate a deflated exercise ball, it's miserable. You should hold it in your hands while you start. You can't. The hose is too short. You put it on the floor next to the pump. Your foot slips off the plastic. The device cuts through the side of the exercise ball. There is a How did I find out it had cut the ball? Not through the pressure gauge. It's garbage as others have reported. Even with an intact BOSU ball, it never moved off zero. I spent forever pumping a punctured exercise ball because the gauge was garbage. It might be worth paying $10 for it if you accept it as garbage but be okay with that because you just paid $10. It's $26. Schwinn makes a brand name alternative for $19.99. I feel stupid.
The KITBEST bike pump is lightweight and portable and made of high-quality aluminum alloy. The portable bike pump can be put into a bag or on the bike frame. The KITBEST bike pump has an easy to use design that allows it to reach riding pressure with 30% fewer strokes compared to other portable bike pumps. The KITBEST bicycle pump can be used to inflate bicycles, electric vehicles, motorcycles, sports balls and swimming rings. Sports ball needle is included for inflating basketballs, footballs, soccer balls, volleyballs, pool toy and more. The emergency glueless patch kits are included in the bike tire repair kit. It is a must have accessory for bikes. If you are not completely satisfied with their bike pump, you can either get a full refund or a free replacement.
👤I use it daily after having it for three months. I can only advise you to take the negative reviews with a grain of salt. If you don't fix the quirks of the bike pump, it will be hard for you to enjoy it. There is a The pump is locked onto the tire nozzle with the help of the clamps. You lock it in place when you pull it outward. It's not locked if it's facing downward. If you hear air escaping, you need to tighten the nozzle. Try pumping again if you give it one turn to the right. If you still hear air, try again. The problem should be corrected by this. The bottom of the pump is where air can escape. The base can become loose over time. The body of the pump has to be turned to the right while holding the bottom mount. It is very easy to do. There is a A very short hose is the lastirritant. You need to be very close to your tire. Some people may be put off by this. I don't mind how light and portable this is. There is a I use this every day. It has held up well. If you purchase it, you will be satisfied.
👤My kids' balls are round and plump. Really works well. Give them a little feel by pumping them up. You will see.
👤It works well. Good value is very small. I was surprised at how small it is. I think there is more of a travel pump. They should put a relative in a picture pumping a tire to make it look like I did. If you're looking for a full size foot pump with a pressure gauge, I would go with a Scwinn.
👤I need a new bike pump asap. I was looking for something cheap and small. I'm quite impressed with this little thing. It fills my bike tires quickly and is very lightweight. It's easy to carry around. I don't like that you have to push the lever away from me when attaching it to the tire. I find this a bit strange and at times awkward, as every bike pump I've used has been the opposite. It's not a big deal. It doesn't have a pressure gauge, so keep that in mind, but I thought it did, but that's probably my fault for not reading the description. If you're looking for something small and compact, this is a great bike pump. Definitely recommend!
👤This thing is junky, it works, but the psi capability is very low, and the manufacturing tolerances are barely adequate enough to actually work as a mechanical pump, which is quite a happy surprise. It is made with some aluminum bits, but most of the non-barrel bits are made of a hard rubber type plastic. I got this pump because I wanted the action of a floor pump. It has a horizontal handle, an adequate hose length, a foot to stand on, and the clamp head, all of the qualities of a floor pump, just compact, light weight, and cheap. The handle is small, the foot is small, and the ability to press down at higher pressures is very low, so it's not really worth the money. Being a useful pump is not that great. You will get sick of it. This is a product that is too cheap to pass up, and too good to be true, and finally to be worth the hassle of returning. A money sink is what it is.
It is guaranteed that you will be satisfied. The Air Pump Needle pack has 12 needles for soccer ball, football ball, volleyball ball, basketball ball, rugby ball and other inflatables. Inflation Needle can be used with a lot of things. High Quality Needles for air pump are made of steel. Basketball needle length is 1.5 inch, needle pump outside diameter is 0.27 inch, and ball inflation needle inside diameter is 0.16 inch. They offer a 5 year warranty on all Needles for Inflatables.
👤The picture is not accurate. I don't know what pins are for inflating balls. This picture makes it look like you will be getting different sizes. It is only one size you receive. I don't know if they make different sizes. I was not sure what size I would need. I thought I would be getting different sizes if I ordered the wrong size, but luckily the one size fit for what I needed it to do.
👤Imagine if your kids stopped playing the game and now want to play sports. Your ball is deflated because you don't have a pin. What are you going to do? Succumb to the deflated reality era where your kids go back to their electronics? There is an answer and Amazon has it. This product ends the excuse of deflated balls, and with 12 pens you can afford to break or lose some.
👤I have had them for a while. I'd be halfway through the lot by now. I'm on needle #1. I will be able to leave some to my estate at this rate. They will go well with the rest of my stuff. These are the best ones I've used in a long time.
👤I can find a pump, but no needles, so I always go to inflate a ball. Hopefully, I'll never have that issue again, because the pack of 12 will ensure I can keep a few in different locations.
👤This worked well. I was worried that the needle that came with my bike pump wouldn't fit because I lost it. It fit and did its job. They were so good that I sent a set to Tom Brady so he could keep his football inflated.
👤These needles are very strong. They will break eventually but so will all the needles. You don't need to use a flimsy ball pump that's easy to twist and break to use this life hack. If you have a floor bike pump, you can put the needle in the car valve hole and lock it. You can leave the ball on the floor and use the pressure gauge.
👤It worked as intended and looked good. Simple packaging saves money. I lost my single needle and was unable to inflate our soccer balls. I can save most of the needles for future use by putting them in a used bottle.
👤I bought a bike/ball air pump from Walmart a few years ago and have taken good care of it. The needle broke when I was using it. The local stores don't carry needles at a good price, so this product came to the rescue. It worked out well and I now have a lot of backups. Huge thanks to the vendor.
👤Good quality and good condition arrived.
This drive valve is compatible with other valves. The handhold bicycle pump is compatible with the Scharder and Presta valves. No changing valves needed, tight with Presta and Scharder valves. The mount for the tire pump can be attached to the bike frame using hook and loop strap and fixing screws. The maximum volume of the hand-operated bicycle pump is 120PSI, which can be used to inflate the bicycle tires and maintain the tire pressure. During the inflation process, the pressure gauge can be used to check the PSI value. The air inflation pump is suitable for Mountain, Road, BMX, MTB bike, Stroller, Electric bicycle, Kids bike. Football, Basketball, Volleyball, Soccer ball and other balls can be inflated with the ball needle. The repair kit includes a mini bike pump, grinding tablet, ball inflate needle, velcro strap, mounting brackets, 2 pieces of fixing screws, and 6 pieces of tire patches.
👤A small hand pump. Attaches easily to the valve. It works, will pump up a bike tire. I tested the tire with a separate pressure gauge and it was accurate. It has a strap to double secure it. It's a good idea to recommend it. The valve is on top so you can see the gauge when filling it up.
👤It's a nice pump, but it's not high volume. My fault is that I didn't read the complete description. It would take a long time to air up my fat tires on my bike.
👤I don't know if the pump works or not, but it works well. The tire feels full but the pressure reader doesn't work. I got it because of this. It is very convenient. There is a I am very weak or the pump wasn't on correctly. If you put pressure on the opening over the valve, it will create a better seal for you to pump away and the gauge will work. Definitely a work out. It is so small and portable that I don't mind doing it a lot.
👤I check my tires before each ride. I have two bikes, one with presto and one with schrader. The pump works well. I have not had a problem. I check the gauge by looking at my portable ones. I can't say if it's accurate, but it matches my other gauge. I bought this in February and no problems. I use every week during the winter. I would buy this pump again.
👤My son will get this for Christmas. Does what it should be easy to use. I don't like where the pump Guage is, but it is weird to look at the pressure. It would be great if it had a storage bag for the attachment.
👤I bought this pump for my dog stroller. I wanted a portable/compact that I could carry with me and this fits in my pocket. It was easy to fill a flat tire.
👤This is a winner because my love language is very good. My kids are able to use it, and it looks easy to carry in a bag. Looks and works as expected.
👤I didn't read the instructions, so I tried it on, but it didn't work on my shrader valve, like on previous pumps and the one in my car, because I was trying to lock the chuck in a regualr way. You need to keep the chuck 90 degrees to the tube first to attach to the valve, and then lock it up in order to raise it.
The volume is 630 cm3 The ball pump has a soft mold that fits perfectly in your hand. Volleyball pump, basketball pump, soccer ball air pump are the best. The best soccer ball pumps are the Push-Pull air delivery system. Forget about needles bending, the soft needle plug system prevents them from doing so. The ball air pump is easy to use. Carry Berry E-book has 20 healthy breakfast recipes. All Sportbit sports ball pumps with needles pack are Satisfaction guaranteed. Now is the time to order your basketball pump, football pump, volleyball pump, and needles set.
👤We often have to bring our own balls to tournaments, even the ones where we have to fly there. The pump and needle have not broken, despite the fact that I bought this to keep in my coaching backpack filled with things like a first aid kit, a few clipboards, notebooks, coaching tools, etc. I was worried about having the needle in the ball pump and putting it in my backpack, but after months of lugging it all over the country, it hasn't bent, snapped, or anything. at all. It's pretty comfortable. It's easy to use. I had to use it once in a quick situation during the warm ups and I was able to re-inflate a ball while also talking to the players about strategies for the game that was about to start. Highly recommend!
👤I was surprised by this. With so many failures, I was ready for another one, but with the high reviews, I took a chance. Wow! It worked well. Only a few pumps were needed. Really? Yes! I let the child pump all of the balls because he wanted to pump more. It's a good thing.
👤The ball pump arrived with five needles and there is a free ebook just as advertised. The pump and needles are sturdy. It's small, makes it easy to tote to the park. I was concerned about whether it would be strong enough. We used it to make a basketball. The handle has a comfortable grip on the ball side that is easier to hold than my previous pump. I like the soft grip material on the pump side. It only took a few pumps to fill the ball and it didn't leak. The soft needle plug is nice. I can see how the needle will help prevent bent needles. I'm happy with this pump and can definitely recommend it.
👤I have a child that has a collection of balls and having an air pump is a necessity in our house. The standard model ball pump was the only one I used before ordering the Sportbit. The Sportbit pump is an all around improvement over the ball pumps I have been using. It comes with 5 needles. There is a I am not able to say for sure if this pump is long-term or not. I only had it for 2 days before writing this review. I like the Sportbit's size and effectiveness. It will have more than payed for itself if it hold up to periodic use for a long time. I would buy this pump.
👤We used bicycle pumps to put air in our sports. I gave this to my granddaughter because she was frustrated with it. She passed it off to me because she was frustrated that she couldn't get any air to move. I had to pump faster and faster to get it to fill as the ball got to it's finished pressure. It would have been difficult for a kid and frustrating for me. I wish I had my old bike pump again. There is no air pressure gauge on it. It's pretty clear to me that you can't inflate a ball with this pump.
It was made of brass. Sturdy and no problem with rust. You can inflate your tires with the Presta Valves. You can leave one in the garage for your bikes and also use one with Presto Valves. The Presta Valve can be left on these Bike Adaptors. If you are using a compressor to inflate tires, that is a time saver. There is no need to remove the Shrader Adapters. The Presta Valve is a bike pump attachment. Life will be simpler with the bike pump accessory. The ball pump is used for exercise ball. Quality aluminum with rubber ring seal is the material of the Presta valve pump adapter.
👤I can't fill my presta tire because they only fit on Euroean air pumps. My air pump is too large for the skinny fitting to thread into, but it's useful for all car and bike tires in America. They don't fit a big American air pump.
👤My original delivery day was longer. Get a plain bag of parts without instructions or knowledge of how to use them. They were thrown away after being frustrated.
👤I accidentally checked out with a '2' in the field, so I am throwing these away. I went back to the manual pump after 20 minutes of frustration trying to inflate a bicycle tire. Don't waste your money.
👤The plastic valve adapter that came with my Milwaukee M12 air inflator was better. I inflated several road bike tires after testing all 6 pieces.
👤I bought these for an old air pump, but lost the adapters. I can use the pump for everything from car tires to basketballs, because these fit perfectly. The shipping was very fast.
👤Needed to inflate a kiddie pool. The valve in this set worked perfectly. I thought the other valves would be useful later on, but this one saved my kids' weekend.
👤To fit on a BMX bike tire valve.
The handle is comfortable. "SUPER-FIT" Clever Valve locks onto both Presta and Schrader valves, no leaks, no valve changing needed, or extra bike pump adaptors needed. The Telescope Design switch from high-volume inflation to high-pressure inflation. The mini bike pump is perfect. The bicycle pump can be held firmly in place with a secure mounting strap. Glueless Puncture Kit is included to be prepared for a flat tire. The Ironclad warranty is backed by a 5-year manufacturers warranty. The mini bike pump is built to last.
👤When I bought this pump, I didn't know it had 2 stages of pumping. The collar on the pump can be unlocked for fast inflation, and the pump can be extended twice as far as I believe. This allows more air to be breathed in. Once you get to a higher pressure, you lock the collar back down and pump with shorter strokes. I've tested it on my bike and it works. It's not a replacement for your full-size pump, but it will be great when needed on the road.
👤I used it while I was out on the trail, but it broke when I tried to pump up my flat. The lever that you use to pump fell out. I thought it was going to work well, based on the reviews. After having it for less than 30 days, it fell apart.
👤The pump was advertised. The universal presta/schrader head works well. The tube on the 700/23 tire was changed. In the low pressure mode, 60 strokes were taken and another 100 strokes in the high pressure mode. 80psi would normally be a minimum pressure to ride on, but the lack of a comfortable hand grip along with a very hot summer sun convinced me to ride on 50psi. I believe that riders with weak arms will not find this pump adequate. There is a The mount on my old Topeak was cumbersome and it was damaged. It had a feature that allowed it to be converted to a mini floor pump.
👤I bought this pump for my touring bike because I didn't want to rely on the cartridges on long trips. There is a There is a pump next to the pedal that mounts easily. It seems to work well on my 27 tires at 70 PSI, and I haven't had to use it much so far.
👤The pump works well and is a good value. The patch kit comes in a sturdy case, which is great. It's nice to have a needle valve on hand if I ever need it, but it's not something I'll use often. There is a The pump is small, and comes with a clip for mounting to the bike frame, as well as a strap to keep it securely where it should be. The feature that allows it to double its capacity is something that I like, it definitely pumps the tire faster than my older model that did not have that feature. You can leave the extended mode unlocked when you store it, so you don't have to use it every time you use it.
👤Customer service is great. I didn't know much about the presta valve on my bike. The "lock" on the valve stems looks like a crown that spins to tighten and loosen. I sent an email to the company to find out how to fix it, and they responded within an hour. I figured it out by then, but they helped anyway. There is a They have a great little instructional video, but they didn't explain the valve stem "lock" piece. I have pumped hundreds of bike tires, but this was the first "presta" valve I had seen. There is a The pump had two modes, which was cool. The longer the pump handle is, the more air it can pump at a lower pressure. When you want to get the higher pressure, you shorten the handle and push out a higher pressure to fill the tires for most sport bikes. It is easy to mount my bike with the included plastic mount piece. The only question I have is what the loop is for. I couldn't figure it out. It's a good thing.
There is a warranty. They will provide excellent customer service with their UNCONDITIONAL Free Replacement or Money back guarantee for a period of 8 years. The smart valve design can be used with both Presta and Schrader. The portable design is light weight and portable. Keep the pump attached during the ride. Sport balls can be inflated with the Sport Ball Needle and Inflatable device.
👤I'm giving it 4 stars because I had no idea how to use it. I couldn't find any instructions. Please, for the newcomers, add some instructions. There is a I figured it out. It was difficult for me because my tire was flat and the pump wasn't attaching to my Shrader valve. If you have this problem, I have a tip that you can use: "You can easily inflate a completely flat tire if the tube is still good." When a tire is completely flat, you have to press the back of the tire so that the valve doesn't recess into the tire so your pump can be attached to it.
👤I should have known this was a piece of junk when I saw it was 100% plastic, but I didn't believe them when they said "Super Fit Clever Valve: no leaks, firmly grips both Schrader and Presta valves automatically". My ass will be automatic! The minute I saw the valve head, I was discouraged. I didn't need to use it until two weeks after the return date, when I learned it wouldn't work with a Schrader valve. The pump came with no company info and no instructions on how to use it for both types of valve. You just have to press it on the valve stem very firmly so that it presses down on the core stem inside. It can't get air into the tube if it isn't able to. It takes a bit of effort to press it firmly until it bottoms out. Are you serious? I don't need a plastic endurance test, I need a simple bike pump. Does anyone make a mini-pump for Schrader valves? Where is the default valve setting? I'm developing an allergy to that phrase. Twenty bucks set on fire, thanks to BV!
👤The bike pump I bought was specifically for my jogging stroller. The pump I bought was too heavy to fit next to the spokes of the wheel. The pump does cut it close. I have a BOB revolution flex 3.0. The quality is pretty good for the price. The handle tilts to make it easier to pump.
👤I like the design of the products from BV. The pump is well designed. When using presta vs shrader valves, the newer designs have washers that need to be configured. The newer pump heads instantly adjust for the different tube valves.
👤I had to change the pump because it fit my Presta valve tires. I am not that tech because it did not come with instruction. savvy I had to watch a video to learn how to make the switch. The pump worked perfectly once I figured it out.
👤Awesome! The tires were filled in less than 2 minutes. It's really easy to pump. My bike doesn't have holes for the holder, but the strap did the job. It will be handy to keep the pump on the bike. I love it!
👤Very small and portable. It's possible to fit in a backpack. It comes with an attachment to fix it on the bike. Highly recommend this purchase.
The T-handle provides 'great grip and Pushing Power'. The pump is stable on the ground thanks to the foot peg. The inner and outer tubes are made of high strength steel, which is more wear resistant and has a smooth surface. The portable air pump has a rubber tube that is frost-proof and high temperature resistant. The tire pump can inflate for a wide range of vehicles, including bicycles, electric vehicles, motorcycles, Car, sports balls and swimming rings. The handle is comfortable and easy to inflate. Max. It's easy to carry. There is a warranty. They will provide excellent customer service with their UNCONDITIONAL Free Replacement or Money back guarantee for a period of 8 years.
👤Don't buy. Very cheap made. The air is not pumped out. 10 min to blow up an exercise ball. It's made of hard plastic and not steel. It looks like it was put together by mistake. The air pump you buy should be reliable. This one isn't it.
👤This pump is not good. I got it today and blew up my bike tires and it fell apart. I reassembled it and it fell apart. I reassembled it and it fell apart again. If I were you, I would not buy this product.
👤I couldn't pump my tire close to the max. I think 50 to 70 is the max. The part that my foot is supposed to hold down broke on the first try.
👤It is easy to use. Those are the only redeeming qualities. It doesn't fit well, it pops off when you try to use it, and it won't inflate my bike tires enough to ride. It's useless. Don't waste your money.
👤I don't have to use something every couple of months. I knew it wasn't a top of the line pump, but it really didn't have to be to just occasionally inflate my bike, it just needs to work. The plastic handle broke and the metal footstep kept coming loose, it was really cheap and flimsy.
👤I usually like Amazon's recommendations. I buy them all the time because I don't like comparing products and Amazon's recommendations are usually pretty solid on widely purchased items. I used this once and it fell apart. I realized that it was poorly constructed when I looked at it closer. I was amazed that the bottom portion appeared to be glue together with a glue gun. It's made of a very weak plastic and I wouldn't expect it to last very long. There is a I can only return it at a store that is part of the United Parcel Service, so I have to drop it off at a local Whole Foods. Oof. There is a Don't buy this. Not worth the risk and hassle.
👤The pump handle snapped off when the product arrived.
👤The product is small and convenient. There are several attachment for pumping things. I needed it for my tires. I used it immediately to pump up my tire after it arrived. I would recommend it.
👤Don't worry about this cheap rubbish. The handle broke after mine worked for all of a minute.
👤The description is nothing like the rest. It is cheap and does not push out air. It was very flimsy and poorly made. The hot glue product is used. Don't purchase!
👤Don't buy absolute garbage, it doesn't work.
👤I was a little worried that the attachment wouldn't do my tires, but it does them for me. It's a great value for money.
👤It gets a flat tire to fully inflated in a hurry. Being small makes it possible to store it in small spaces. Happy with this purchase!
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.
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