The tire foot pump adopts a US and French mouth dual-use design that is easy to set up and load. If you are not satisfied with their bike pumps, they will give you a full refund and 2 years warranty. They will reply to your questions within 12 hours. You just have to buy it with confidence. The new premium design has rounded ends and is more attractive. I am sure you will agree that it looks great! Reach high pressures of 100 to 6.9 bar. The handheld portable inflator is the best accessory for those cyclists and racers who are obsessed with marginal gains. The parts are built to last so you can have a safe and enjoyable ride. Presta and Schrader are compatible. Their high performance thread-on valve connection allows for a tight seal with no air leaks. Extra care should be taken to screw the core into the valve stem for Presta valves. Their safe and secure frame mounted bracket has extra security. Installation of a pump mount requires pre-drilled holes in the bike frame.
👤I wanted to use this bike pump. It feels solid and durable to use and it is attractive. Not flimsy plastic. The screw on hose connection worked better than the lever style. There is a The handle was the most important issue for me. The rubber piece which hides the storage area does not attach to the handle when the hose is in use, which causes it to slide all over when trying to push on the end of the handle. The hose storage opening is very uncomfortable to push on and there is some sharp cornered metal underneath the rubber cap. It was difficult to keep the rubber stop on the end because it wanted to slide around on the metal surface without the hose. One critical area is overlooked in the design. I would buy one if it could be fixed, but it's not functional for road bikes that need upwards of 90 PSI.
👤The way the pump comes with the original holder doesn't work as it puts the pump way to far from the seat tube and touches my cadence sensor, in my specific case, one is with the original holder, and the other is with the holder of my Specialized mini pump. Generally, a setup is not very efficient. There is a The aluminum body of the pump is well made. It is not very efficient and the end caps are rubbery and don't click or have a sturdy retention. After having the pump attached to the bike for a while and the road bumps or the vibrations of the ride, as well as dust and time, will quickly make those rubber lids useless, the cap or let's call it the handle part of the pump does. That works okay now because it is new, but will give up very quickly. I don't know how it will hold or what will happen with the pump. One will have to work really hard to get a tire inflated to 90-100 psi because the air pumping efficiency is ok. The finish with the pump would be ideal. I was thinking to replace my mini pump with this one. It takes a lot of work to achieve the same amount of inflation. The Presta valve has a hose on it. It is more efficient if you have this option. I got two of these pumps, one for my road bike and one for my P3 Tri bike. This was not a good investment. I like the Pro tool bike products, but this one was a flop. I might give it to the tri club.
👤The bike pump is designed for emergency use. Before you leave your house, I would recommend you practice using the pump. Attach the hose to the bike tire first and then attach the pump hose to it. Then everything works correctly.
👤I had to mount my bike upside down because of the mounting holes. This may be an issue for some. There are no leaks because it screws onto the valve stem. It's difficult to pump up a flat, leaks make it worse. One side of the hose works very well. If you ride off-road, you should use the dust caps because they keep the trash out. The last pump was full of mud and it was not usable.
Hang on your bike tube or frame with the portable bike bag, which has all the tools in it. This bike repair kit is a good choice if you are planning a short or long bike trip. The features include a dual function, fine tune bleeder button, and precise clear view dial gauge. The body is made of aluminum alloy. The user-friendly Schrader & Presta valve adapter is included. It's easy to carry in a backpack or hip-bag with a 24.5mm long and 211g body. A shock and tire pump with a simple button on the bottom of the handle is dual function. High Pressure (HI-P) mode is used for fork/shock mtb and motorcycle. The air will come from the hose and handle. The bike pump is a 2-Stage bike pump. If you use Hi-V for the tube at first and then use Hi-P to apply high pressure with a light force while adjusting, you can supply air at a relatively high speed. Hi-V mode means more air output every stroke, while Hi-P mode means higher pressure and less air output. It makes the stroke easier by slowing the inflating speed. Remove the cap, loosen the lock nut, and test the air out by depress the lock nut to install the sv adapter. A Taiwan company, founded in 1988, offers a wide variety of bicycle accessory product and especially notable in pumps. Their dedicated R&D team with over 30 years of design and manufacturing experience always strive to offer the most unique and innovative tool to every cyclist. Provide service for well-known pump brands.
👤I like it. Everything I need is there. There is a It worked great on my shock. It took a pump to pump air. The bleed worked well, I could take out just bits at a time. I did not check the accuracy of the gauge. It worked on my tires. 20 pumps per pound of air is what it took. It would take a lot of work to inflate a tire. I ride at 20 lbs. It would take 400 pumps to go from completely flat, so it would take a lot of work, but I would only use it in an emergency. That is worth the dual function to me. The way it screws in works well. You have to screw on the presta valve adapter and then screw the hose back on, but everything moves quickly. The short hose is workable. It needs to be longer than the pump so it is not used for packing. The gauge was not accurate at this pressure. The Beto gauge was reading 22 to 25 pounds, while my digital gage was reading 19. Maybe it was lost 1/2 lbs. The tire valve has a pump. I'm very happy with the function of it. If I had bought the two functions separately, I would have had to buy two pieces of equipment.
👤I was able to get air into my Presta valve tires with the help of this pump. I don't have the best answer on how to make this pump work on a Presta valve tire, but here's what worked for me. The instructions on the package are so lacking that they are practically useless, so there was some instructional images for use on this listing. There is a On a Presta valve tire, remove the valve cap and loosen the small tightening nut on top of the valve. The Presta add-on needs to be removed from the tire Presta valve. The pump hose should be screwed onto the Presta add-on that is already screwed onto the tire valve. The bottom of the pump handle needs to be fully screwed in and the switch on the bottom needs to be set for high volume air. 6) Ensure that the end of the air hose does not loosen and that the valve on the adapters does not open as they tend to do. The pump handle is short and the air volume is low even on high volume mode. If you can hold the pump handle on the ground next to the tire nozzle, you can raise and lower the gauge side of the pump to make the pumping action. This may not be possible due to the short hose length. Remove the Presta valve from the tire valve and then remove thehose end from the Presta adapter. I noticed less air loss with this method than I did with the direct method. I had to use a pliers to hold the Presta adapter on the valve to prevent it from being removed by my wife. 10) The Presta is from the tire valve. Place the cap back on the valve. There is a Hope that works for you. We needed one pump per bike for emergencies and it was more work than using the air pump I got from Walmart years ago. When I get a chance, I will compare my pump to my other one.
The Perfect Air Inflator Nozzle Kit is for bicycle pump, ball inflatable pump, balloon inflater pump, basketball pump, and football pump. The Faster Inflation is designed for quick inflation with a high volume, long barrel allowing more air flow per pump. Accurate gauge is integrated into the pump hose and the air pump is perfect for road and mountain bike tires. The bicycle pump comes with a "Super Seal" connection that screws to the presta and schrader valves, so they won't leak. The flexible hose makes it easy to access valves. The mini pump is held tight with a Silicone band that won't pop out when riding, and there is no annoying bike pump rattling. The Ironclad Warranty is backed by a 5-year manufacturers warranty. Cyclists designed the Mini Pump to last.
👤I was offered the chance to try out the new model of the mini bike pump that I purchased from another company. I like the clever and clean integration of the air pressure gauge in this mini bike pump. The pump is easy to use and can be used in a small package. The circular gauge that sticks out from the pump cylinder is not a bulging pressure gauge. It's useful for high pressure tires on road bikes, where you need to know you're pumped up. The only complaint I have about the mini bike pumps is that the hose extension on the tire valve can be removed if the valve pin is partially pressed in. The secure and rapid valve clamping attachment is used in many large floor pumps, and I prefer it for this reason. We would have the perfect mini bike pump if the valve clamping attachment was added at the end of the pump extension hose.
👤I tried to choose between this and another top rated item that had lots of reviews. I'm happy I did. I was initially concerned that the schrader/presta valve would be vulnerable because it looks like plastic. I am pleasantly surprised. It seems to be made of metal. If not metal, a very hard plastic. I tried it out on both valve types and it worked well. It seems to move air quickly. The inflation tube is ready to go under the dust cap and I like that. There is no need to take it out of one end. Pull it out and connect the tire to it. I connected my test stems and inflated my tires straight forward. Overall, 5 stars. I rated "accuracy" as a 4 because the pressure gauge might be off a bit. An excellent tool that will support both valve types when on a ride with the whole family.
👤If you don't expect to mount your pump on your bike frame, this is a good option. I mount my pumps on the frame and this pump has a serious defect. While not in use, the pump grip does not lock down. The handle can slide down and interfere with riding. The best pumps have a twist feature that locks the handle in place, so that the pump won't travel loose, and are held securely by the frame mount. If you are on a bumpy path or road, the frame mount can cause the pump to slide, so it's important to hold the pump securely. Deal breaker for me. I'll either throw the pump in the bin or give it away.
👤They sent me a brand new one after I contacted them about the warranty. There is a It was good until it Snapped for 3 months and didn't use a lot. The tube snapped.
👤I ride a road bike that has presta valves. I got my tires up to about 85-90PSI with about 250 strokes of the pump and probably could have kept going but it becomes a bit of an arm muscle test once you hit 80-87psi. 85-90PSI is enough to get me home. The pump mounts to the frame was my main reason for getting it. I have two water bottle cages and this pump will allow you to mount both of them. It screws on to the Presta valve, rather than using a compression fitting. This makes it impermeable and allows you to remove it without losing air. I tried it on a valve tube. The head is easy to flip for either type of valve. The pressure gauge is easy to read in sunlight but difficult to read in dark settings. I had to use my flashlight to read it. It seems to be very strong. The dust cap keeps the dirt out of the 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.
There is a bonus plastic mattress valve and a sport ball inflation needle. The bike floor pump has a gauge. The bicycle floor pump has a easy to read 160psi gauge. The upgraded valve is compatible with Presta, Schrader, and Dunlop valves, which is not only for bikes, but also for electric vehicles, motorcycles or even a car. The extra gas needle and valve in the package help to pump up balls, balloons, swimming rings, inflating boats, etc. Humanized design. Inflation is more comfortable with a wide and solid T-handle grip. It is more stable for inflation because of the solid base. The user-friendly design of the details make inflation easier. The main material is aluminum alloy, which is more durable and compact than plastic ones. The structure is user-friendly and has an anti-slip base and pedal. 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.
👤I wanted something tall and easy to use, and this one was perfect, I already have some hand based pumps which I use before, but I wanted something tall and easy to use. The size is perfect and the gauge works well. There is a The handle was well-suited for holding things. It was perfect for the price.
👤I have been using mini bike pumps for years and they are easy to carry around, but it takes a lot of sweat to pump the tire each time so I decided to get a full size one. The handles are easy to grip. This pump is the only one of its kind that stands on its own. The body has nozzles in different sizes. The design makes it convenient to use. You won't lose the nozzles and the needle if they are connected together. Overall, very pleased with the purchase.
👤The valve cap on my new bike is plastic, that may be the reason why the air in the tire leaks. It does not make sense for a ball or a kids bike to have extra work on it. It's unfortunate that needs to go back.
👤The quality ends at where the unit seems well made. The gauge is not ridiculous. Like not close at all. The tire's gauge says it has 60 psi in it, when in reality it has 28. Don't buy it. Its junk.
👤It is not the size that you can carry around while biking. I'm ok to leave it in the trunk or basement. I got it for my bike. I have not used my basketball in a while and it works just fine. Since it's relatively large, it's able to pump fast for my basketball and bike.
👤The bicycle pump works as stated. It inflates our mountain and road bikes. We have been able to inflate tires up to 100psi so far.
👤The pump did not work as advertised. Didn't bother to return it. I had to return almost all of the things I bought to go with my bikes because they were damaged or malfunctioning.
👤The air pump exceeded my expectations. It is easy to use. It doesn't require much effort to get my mountain bike tires inflated.
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.
A passion for design and a love for cycling combine to make a product. Their products are designed and engineered. The thumblock levers have high efficiency. There is a flexible hose and a fold-down foot pad.
👤I have been using this pump for 8 months and it is still working. I carry it in a backpack because I don't have enough frame space to mount the pump on a unicycle. I have inflated both 2” and 3” wide tires with it. It takes 180 pumps to get to 25psi in the 3” wide tire, and 215 pumps to get the 2” wide tire up to 55psi. I change over between the two types of tires frequently, and always use this pump to re-inflate, plus I have had a few flats. The pump has been used a bit more than the designers intended. It has held up well. There is a It is a tad larger than other frame-mounted-type pumps. This doesn't bother me since it's my main use pump. There is a It takes a bit more effort to pump above 50psi, but it will do it. This does not bother me. I have used four cheaper pumps so far, and only one broke. I like this one a lot.
👤You may have seen it on a forum. Cyclists don't believe in these little guys. The pump is amazing, the mount is amazing, and the valve adapter setup is amazing. There is a This is the only bike pump I own. You probably wont set the bead on a tubeless setup, but for pumping tubes up nice and firm, it exceeds expectations. If you weren't using a mini bike pump if you weren't fixing your flat tire in the middle of the woods or 20 miles from home, you'd forget about the foot rest. There is a The only negative thing I can say about this product is that the brand logo faded off after some time, whether it was from my leg rubbing it while pedaling or from my hand sliding up and down the pump while holding it, I couldn't say and I couldn't care less.
👤Had a bad experience with this pump. I biked 30 miles today. I decided to increase the tire's pressure at the halfway point. The pump wouldn't stay attached, so I had to wait almost 15 minutes to get my tire pressure. I don't know if there is a trick.
👤It's small, portable, and it's a floor pump, so you can use your body weight to aid pumping, a big plus. It seems to deliver a decent amount of air, a necessity for big mountain bike tires. The valve attachment is not good. You have to fight to get the lever. Most of the air in the tire has left. The amount of air that leaves when you remove the head is significant. It's unacceptable that Topeak came up with a poor head design for their Morph line, and that they got valve attachment right with their full-size floor pumps.
👤So far, so good. I needed something with enough volume that my fat bike can't take it all day, and this bad boy does the trick. It is much faster than a mini pump. I like the way that the flexible hose turns into a mini floor pump, it makes for less stress on the valve stem. There is a It's big. I ride big bikes and it won't fit within the frame of my bike. I don't know if I'm a fan of the provided mount being inline instead of offset to the side like most pump mounts. I used the included zipties to mount my bike to the side of the seat tube, and I have enough room to put it there because of the huge q factor on the bike. I'd probably put it under the downtube or in a backpack with the normal width bottom brackets.
We 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! The air pump is portable and can be charged from a 5V/1A 2A phone charge. It cannot be used on trucks. The air compressor will stop inflating when the inflation reaches the preset value, if you hold the power button for 3s, then short press after flashing to change units. The mini air compressor tyre pump has a maximum pressure of 150PSI, which means you can easily inflate all your cars, bikes, motorcycle tyres, or other smaller items in a few minutes. 20 minutes. You don't need to purchase an additional accessory for your bicycle if you use the 4 valve adapters and guarantee. They will ship missing part asap if any valve is missed. The mini size is easy to carry and travel in. How to use: inflate tyres with power on, choose modes, units, preset pressure values, and U button. Feel free to ask for help if you have a problem with Charging or hose. How to use: inflate tyres with power on, choose modes, units, preset pressure values, and U button. Feel free to ask for help if you have a problem with Charging or hose.
👤The air pump is amazing. Big things come in small packages. I have latex inner tubes that deflate slowly. I have to inflate my tires. I decided to give it a try because I had been doing this manually. This is going to save me time when I get ready to ride. It pumps up my tire quickly. I got a low tire warning this morning, so I'm going to try it on the car tonight. I think it will be convenient if it works as well as it does on this. I pressed the valves with tips on them and the air pump worked. I regret that I didn't find this air pump a long time ago. It's like a workout airing up my tire with a hand pump. It would take 35 to 40 pumps to get my tire. I could set it to the PSI and let it do what I want while I get dressed. This air pump is very good.
👤For most of the time, this works well for inflating bike tires. You connect the pump and press go. The claim that it will inflate a tire is not true. I tried to inflate a car tire and the pump ran for over 15 minutes but it shut off because it was so hot, you couldn't even touch it. If you are inflating a tire larger than a bike tire, the metal or aluminum pump will heat up quickly, reaching extremely high temperatures. I wouldn't recommend this for anything bigger than bike tires.
👤The item failed in the first few months of ownership. The seller has not responded to repeated emails about the 1-gear warranty. I have to change my review from 5 stars to 1 stars. I don't expect this item to be used in a few months. I expect the stated warranty to be honored and requests for warranty replacement to be answered. Buy at your own risk. You have been defeated. My original glowing review of this item was the first to follow. I have a paperweight and can no longer recommend this item in any way. ---- I ride motorcycles. When riding on gravel roads or dirt, I usually air my tires down for better traction and then air them back up again when I am back on the pavement. There are several things I like about this pump. 1) I want my tire to be pumped up so that I can do something else, but I can't do that while the tire is under pressure. This is the fist pump that I own. It saves a lot of time because it always sets the pressure precisely, and it doesn't have to be messed with. There are two more It is battery powered. This saves a lot of messing up. My dirt bikes and lawn tractor do not have a cigarette style power sockets. I don't have to haul my dirt bikes and lawn tractor to the truck just to inflate the tires with this pump. There are 3 more It's much more packable than the pumps I've owned before, and it's lightweight. Things I like about this pump were mentioned. The chuck to connect it to the tire valve is made of metal and is more sturdy than any of my previous pumps. The light is useful, but not a serious flashlight. There is a A well designed pump.
There is a flexible hose and a fold-down foot pad. Tall, wide barrel design pushes more air to quickly inflate tires. The pump head is compact and does not need to be adjusted. The Pressure Zone gauge has a target inflation range for bicycle types. Steel barrel for strength and long life. Steel base provides stability.
👤I wanted a hand pump to occasionally pump up the tires on the utility trailers and hose cart reels. It looks like this one will do well. The smaller diameter barrel allows one to reach higher pressures with less effort and struggle. The hose end attachment device is secured. I have always been able to attach it to the valve stem even though it is difficult to maneuver in the tight space around it. The built-in guage can be read while pumping. I would recommend this hand pump to anyone who needs it. There is a If you want to pump up low-pressure items like beach balls, pool toys, air mattresses, and the like, you should get the high-volume model of these Bell hand pumps. It will be able to inflate those types of items more quickly with its larger barrel and cylinder.
👤This is a decent pump for mountain bikes. It requires a lot of muscle to work the pump, but it does move a lot of air per stroke. I put all my weight on the handle and got a road bike tire that was up to 70psi. The reviewers were not happy with the air chuck. The lever is a bit stiff to operate, and might be counterintuitive to some, but I found that it works well without any leaks. There is a This is a decent pump for the price.
👤When our car tires need some extra air, I bought this. I have high compression pumps for my road bikes, but they don't work as well as a high volume pump. Finding a gas station with a working air pump was a pain and usually a waste of time, none were local, most were broken. I didn't want a home plug-in air compressor because I don't always live at home, and I could use it anywhere my car was parked.
👤This pump is great for a number of reasons, including a long hose, accurate pressure dial, and large foot base. If you have less strength, you may want to look for a pump with less force, but it's not a problem for me or most people. I am very happy with this pump.
👤One of the two that I ordered works fine, the other one feels like it's stuck inside, it's still brand new with it's original packing.
👤I bought and returned The Bell Floornado 650 twice. I loved my first one, but the recent ones have been a bit faulty. The issues are a leaking cylinder, a high volume pump that doesn't work, and clown horn sounds from the pump's cylinder. I want to try one last time, but I don't want to waste my gas if I have to return it for a third time.
👤I called the manufacturer for trouble shooting tips after I received the product that was faulty. The representative ordered me a better quality model that works better than the one I already had.
👤The pump starts to slow down as it climbs around 70 and 29inch. The tires are 2.2 inches wide. It's best not to exceed the tire specifications.
The mounting brackets for the matrix are included. There is a relief valve.
👤I bought a very similar pump that was on sale for $26 on Amazon, and it was also showing as an Amazon "best seller". The other pump was of the same design and quality, but only worked up to 150 psi. This pump is up to 600 psi, so it covers a lot of different applications. The rear shock in a dual suspension bike can go to 200 or more. The full range of bike shocks needs a pump. This one is great. It has everything you need for a bike pump. There is a Specifically, 1. The gauge is very detailed. The hose 3 has a pressure release button. The hose is connected. The entire pump is covered in black paint and I would call it a top of the line shock pump. I don't think they could improve on it. As good as it gets, it is.
👤It's standard. You put a screw on it. You should pump to your desire level. It's in 10s. It's hard to be precise because the needle is bigger than the marks. When you remove the connector, you hear a loss of air. There are no plastic components that I like. It wasn't hard to pump and it didn't hurt in my palm.
👤The Rock-Shox High-Pressure Shock Pump is a great choice if you are looking for a shock pump. The build quality is solid and I was able to quickly and easily pump up my shocks after receiving my pump. The high-pressure allowed me to easily pump my shocks with minimal effort and few pumps. This pump is slightly larger than other pumps, so there is only one possible down side. I can fit it into my hydration backpack, so it's not a big deal.
👤When I went full-bore, my fork pump only went to 300 and needed 350. I got this pump and have not been disappointed. This pump is much quicker to pump up than my Bontrager pump. The handle end is nice. It works well and feels good.
👤Did you ever use a standard shock pump? How many pumps would it take to get to 50 psi? There is a It will take less time if you use a high pressure shock pump. It's a must for all bike mechanics who service or tune their bikes.
👤Without breaking a sweat, pumps up monarch and rockshox pike to desired psi. You can't tell the difference between 1 and 2 psi, even if you fine tune. Don't use a pump that only goes up for 300. Call it a day if you get something designed for high pressure. There is a Why are people upset that it's an anchor to take with you on rides? If you take a dump or piss before you ride, it will come out. Why carry a shock pump on all the rides? The mind is confused by the cons.
👤I used it on 3 forks. They never filled even though all 6 seemed to read correctly. The air seemed to escape from where the pump side schrader valve connects to the pump side rubber hose. You have to screw the connection down so tight that you have to spin the whole pump to remove it. I tried it in all 6 hookups and put it back in the packaging as soon as I could.
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.
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