You can get a 30 day risk-free money back guarantee if you don't like the shower head. There is a 12 month warranty against defects. The handle of the TOGEDI bicycle pumps are designed with comfort in mind. More comfortable. The stability of the pump is strengthened by widened and thickened pedals. The cycle pumps are accompanied by two measuring units with a maximum pressure of 200PSI. The large pressure gauge is easy to read and can be adjusted to ensure safe and accurate work. The new threaded valve connector is designed to ensure a tight 100% tightness, one-key lock and never leak. The dual pipe design prolongs the service life of the bicycle pump. The Togdiani floor pump has a protective shell design, which is easy to store and not like a bicycle air pump accessory. 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 product met my needs, was reasonably priced, and arrived within the allotted time. 4 out of 5 stars. There is a Delivery: The package was barely taped back together. The driver left after dropping it off. When they screw up, they don't want a delivery rating like they do when things arrive perfect. 1 out of 5 stars.
👤The seller cares about the product and the customer. The gauge works well after the first leak.
👤It's pretty good. I like the idea of using a presta valve instead of a regular valve. It's easy to pump. There is no need to worry about it breaking.
👤It now seems like a back up pump. When the gage doesn't progress with each pump action and will sometimes not display the additional pressure pumped into tube but after second pump, it's annoying. It would be great to have desired psi. Unhappy with the purchase.
👤Excellent bike tire pump! It does a great job inflating my tires. This bike tire pump is very good.
👤If you have a bad back, the spot on item will save you from bending down.
👤The item was delivered with some scratches.
👤If you like to keep your bike tires pumped up before you go for a ride, then you want a pump that is easier to use. What is good about this pump? - It's much easier to use than a portable hand pump. You can pump it with a few pushed down and then stand on it using your feet. It is much easier and more convenient. There is a It's a lot easier to attach to the tire than it is to support both bike valve types. There is a pressure gauge. It's down by where you'd put your feet and you can read it easily, it's perfect location and size. There is a The bike pump at £29 is one of the more expensive bike pumps I've seen, however it's just so much easier to use than a portable pump, that I think it's great to have on in your garage or shed. There is a I wish I'd purchased one before now, but I really like this pump.
The BETO factory is located in Taiwan, it is the world's top manufacturer of cycling products, and it also produces bike pumps for many well-known brand owners. A new gauge. The new hammer style TwinHead is able to work with all tire valves. The bar has a max pressure of 160 psi. Includes ball and bladder needles.
👤Silca track pumps from 1984 are not known for their accurate gauge. The fact that this pump comes up about 1/2 atmosphere short when compared to a quality hand-held gauge is not surprising or worthy of star depletion. The red arrow marker on the gauge is a great way to factor in the extra 1/2 atmosphere of tire pressure. The gauge is a huge improvement over the previous one. The length of the hose is long. Not as long as my Silca, but more than adequate. The pump head is amazing. One end presta, the other end schrader and the lever are thrown. I'm not sure how it will hold up, but I'm willing to give it the benefit of my doubts. The pump action is authoritative. The travel length is shorter than the Silca, but it's not enough to get my chamois in a bunch over. A worthy successor.
👤This is the second floor pump I have purchased. The quality on both was excellent. The shaft is larger than I expected. I believe that both pumps will last a long time. The built-in pressure gauge appears to be accurate. The attachment mechanism for the air fitting is easy to use. This is a great pump.
👤This is near the top of the other reviews and top 10 sites. They are correct. The gauge is larger and easier to read than a cheap one. When you step on it to pump, it has a stamped metal base that holds the pump securely. The pump nozzle has a lock on one side and a lock on the other side, which determines the direction of the air flow. The marker on the gauge can be moved if hit, but only if you are close. The first 1/3 of the pump action is easy, but the compression gets harder as you get older, but it is easy enough for an adult. The pump has a couple of accessories that are securely fit on the pump by the gauge, after a few weeks of use and manhandling by my kids they are still in place, my old cheap pump lost those accessories almost immediately. It costs more but you get what you pay for. I think this pump will last a long time and will be worth two or more cheap pumps making it more economical in the long run.
👤They should include operation instructions. It is a superior pump, but having to watch a video on how to use it was a pain.
👤I bought this to replace an old pump and was pleasantly surprised. I also reviewed a lot of other pumps. I was most interested in the valve connector. The valve attachment for a presta valve is one of the best I've used. The pressure gauge was confirmed against a separate high end gauge. I am happy that I no longer have to struggle with attaching the pump to my presta valves with the added bonus of no leaks or losing air when attaching or removing the valve connector, I couldn't be happier with the purchase. When considering the quality and features of this pump, believe it's an excellent value.
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 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!
It's a perfect backup for a worn out pump strap. The GOBKO bike pump 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 resistance. The dual easy indicator pump head fits both Shrader and Presta valves, so you get quick, accurate, reliable inflation before a race or workout. The ergonomics design of the pump has an easy to read gauge. It's easier to see and fit easily into the proper pressure when inflated with a 12 Bar high pressure capacity. A multi-function accessory, metal pin needles, 2 tapered nozzles, and a high-pressure tire can be used for mountain, BMX, and kids' wide tires. Gobko are committed to provide excellent customer service with a 10 year guarantee.
👤My gauge didn't work because it was too small and unstable. Returned it for a larger size, like I remember as a kid. The Schwin pump has a motor.
👤It seems to work well. There are a lot of accessories, so they won't all fit into the given holder on top. I don't want to have to switch between Presta and Schrader valve bikes, so having the two valves is very convenient for me.
👤Adapts to anything that needs to be inflated. The 888-282-0465
👤I have to use this pump more than my last pump because I have to bend over. The handle feels cheap because of the process of making it.
👤I didn't use and returned. It didn't fit my stroller. Would recommend a bike tire.
👤The base is stable, the pump handle is great, and the hose is good. It's used for sports balls.
👤The GOBKO Bike Floor Pump was more convenient to use than the hand pump I used to place air in the tires. The gauge took the guess work out of pumping air into my tires, but never knew if I had too little or too much. I was able to pump up my basketballs in record time because of the addition of the various valves. The function of the pump was self-explanatory, but there was no description of the pump's operational function. The GOBKO Bike Pump is reasonably priced and performs as advertised. Shipping was as expected and packaging was sufficient.
👤The cost is reasonable. Does the job. Glad it arrived. There would have been a bonus if there had been more adaptors.
👤The instructions are good but not great.
👤The pressure gauge hasn't worked at all, sadly.
👤It was refreshing to have a good bike pump after having an issue with another one.
👤ovvero non da portarsi dietro in bici, funzionale, colorata, and fornita.
Sports ball needle and inflation cone are included. Never get caught with a flat tire again. The Shrader valve tool can be used to convert the Presta valve on your bicycle or e-scooter to the Schrader valve. Be prepared! The five-set offers peace of mind while cycling. All bike tires with Presta valves are universal for kids and adults. Use gas station pumps. Did you forget to inflate your tires? Go to any gas station and inflate. Even if there is no hand pump or CO2 cartridge at the gas station, you can use this valve to pump a bike tube with a Schrader valve. Damage to wheels, pinch flats, and even tire wear can be prevented by cycling with low-pressure tires. It is easy to inflate or check tire pressure. The brass is high quality. The electric motorbike valve adaptor is built to last with precision threads. The O-ring seals have a tight fit. Small and small. The Presta valve adaptor can be left on the tire stem so you are always prepared, it is a small pocket-sized device. It fits inside your bag or jersey. Works with electric or kick Scooters, as well as racing bikes. The warranty is for 12 months. The item is backed by a 12-month guarantee because they are so confident in its quality.
👤I read a lot of reviews. Don't listen to the negative. They work! The people who say they don't use them correctly. They are able to convert. It is not a permanent fix. They are supposed to convert your valve while you fill it. You can't just leave them on and then leave again. You close the Presta valve after taking them off. You can hold the valve with the converter on it. It's not going to happen again. When ready to fill with air, take off the coverter, open Presta, and replace the Converter. You must rinse, lather, and repeat. They are great, I had them for months.
👤It's always good to have one of these with you when biking on the road, in case you are near a gas station that only sells schrader. Road bikes are Presta valve. I have an air compressor in my garage that I use to pump my bike tires. The problem with these ones is that the skinny part is too long. The air escapes out the side of the adapter. It will inflate your tires, but it won't be able to fill them when you get up to higher pressures. I mean the soft of works and the 3-stars. Good in a pinch, but not for daily use.
👤I use Continental tubes on my road bike. It would be easier to fill the tires with these. The presta valves were opened and screwed on. Two different standing air pumps were used, one that could fill schrader or presta, and one with separate heads for each. The pump wouldn't fit on to the valve when pushed down fully. The clipping device wouldn't lock on to the valve stem and there was no air release. Both pumps function perfectly without these. None of the three different brass adapters worked. I will be returning items.
👤I bought these to use with my Topeak bike pump since it has always been too flimsy to hold the Presta valve. It works well with both of them. The Presta valve was opened and the Mobi Lock was screwed on. The Topeak pump attached well to the adapter and pushed air into the tube. There is a It is a fair price for five of these. I would buy less if it was possible. It never hurts to have spare ones.
👤I own a trike with Presta valves. I had to use the Presta to Schrader adapter on the electric tire inflator I bought because the chuck on the inflator was for Schrader valves. I couldn't get a tight fit with the adapters that came with the inflator because they leaked air. The rubber O-ring inside the Schrader adapters makes it a nice fit, unlike the other ones. I put the inflator chuck on the valves and it worked perfectly, no hissing of leaking air. I got some free Schrader valve caps at a local bike shop after I put a Schrader adapter on each Presta valve. When I get new tires, the bike shop will enlarge the valve holes so I can use the Schrader tubes. These are working great.
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 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.
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.
It is very convenient to use and it can be connected directly to the inflatable tool. Powerful energy- 260PSI. The bike pump has the characteristics of large gas volume and high pressure at the same time, which is why it uses a separate hose design. Each push is easier, and at the same time enough gas volume can be guaranteed, which can save at least 50% of the time! Inflation saves time and effort. The Presta and Schrader connection is super tight. The threads of the connection are tight to ensure a safe connection and no air leaking, and the rubber hose is compatible with Presta and Schrader valves. Sturdy and durable. The pump is made of aluminum alloy and has high wear and wear resistance. The hose is made of high elastic rubber, which has the characteristics of explosion-proof and high-pressure resistance. The item is lightweight and portable. The pump can be fixed under the bicycle frame or bottle cage through a mounting bracket, and is very convenient to carry. Can sports balls be inflated? It's suitable for mountain and road bikes, strollers and wheelchairs. Meet your needs.
👤That product is very nice.
👤It's perfect for riding on the go. Once I disassemble the pump, I keep mine in my cellphone pouch. It has been used many times when I ride my bike.
👤This pump works great. My daughter does a lot of biking and wants to make sure she has adequate pressure and a smaller pump to fill a flat tire on the road. Great purchase!
👤This is not a replacement for a floor pump for home or vehicle, but it is a nice alternative to a CO2 pump for emergency use. There is a It is not as small as some other hand pumps. The other one is half the weight and over an inch shorter. It's also more compact because the hose is not detaching. Being small makes it harder to achieve higher inflation pressure. The description says "260 PSI". I couldn't get it past 60 PSI when I tested it on my bicycle tire, but I don't know what it will take to achieve that. It is not ideal for a road bike, but it is more than good enough to get me home. There is a The Schrader end is painted black and clearly marked, as is the Presta end. If you store the hose in the wrong direction, it will rattle inside the holder. There is a It looks well built. I wish it had a cap over the nozzle on the pump body. A Presta cap will not fit on it. I'd probably have this in my bag, so I'd have everything in a ziploc to keep them together and clean.
A rubber band strap is included to hold the pump in place. The wide barrel design pushes air to quickly inflate tires. The pump head can be reversed. A steady wide base, a comfortable handle, and a steel barrel are all that's needed for a reliable bike pump. The ball needle and inflation cone are included with the bonus.
👤Amazon has a bad habit. I input floor pump with gauge, and saw all sorts of off-brand floor pumps and foot pumps, so when I saw Bell brand, I didn't realize they had a gauge. Returned it and ordered a different brand.
👤The small pumps that attach to bike frames are our regular bike pumps. I decided it was time to get an adult pump because I was using one to refill a soccer ball and wheel on my kayak cart. I got this one from Bell, and it's almost an adult one. The handle is so low that I have to bend over to use it. The pump is easy to use, comes with almost everything you need, and works well. There is a This pump does not have a pressure reading, which is uncommon in a pump at this price. There is a I'm happy to recommend it if you will check the pressure other than with a pump and if you will ensure you have the correct pressure.
👤The pump doesn't compare very well to my pump. The Bell pump seems to have some obstruction that is blocking some of the air flow. I wouldn't feel confident that I could seat a tubeless tire with this pump while I have seated all of my tires with the Crankbrother's pump. I don't mind that it doesn't have an air pressure gauge as they are notoriously inaccurate. You should use a handheld gauge to measure your pressures. I don't know what the retail of this is right now. I wouldn't pay $10 for it. A decent pump would cost $50 to invest.
👤Bell Windstorm 400 high volume floor pump was reviewed. I see people bashing Bell pumps in reviews, but in this case they're justfied. The yellow color is cons of this one. No gauge! You can't see what the preasure is. You have to squeeze things so they don't blow up to X psi. It's the same thing. The pads for your feet to keep it in place are very small. The pump is very short, meaning you have to bend down more than other ones. Pros is what they are. I'll be giving this away.
👤I should have paid more attention to the specifications of this one. There is a My foot pump has seen better days. There is a I thought it would be better if I tried this one out. There is a It really isn't much better. It doesn't seem to keep a tight seal. There is a It takes a long time to pump up a bike tire. I don't know why it is taking so long to pump up, it almost seems like it is leaking or jammed up. Will either use my other one or take it to the gas station.
👤I already have a floor pump that works the same as this one. Can't tell a difference between the two. I'm partial to the floor pumps if you're choosing between them. The metal on our foot pump is bent sideways, which makes it hard to pump with your foot. The floor pump is easier to use than the foot pump, but it takes up less room. I would buy this again if I could.
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