The foam sleeve protects your fingers from frozen when the CO2 pump gets frozen. The can is mounted on a bike frame and can carry extra CO2 bottles. The smart inflators head of the Universal Digital Tire INFLATOR tool eliminates the need for valves in cars and bikes. ACCURATE PRESSURE GAUGE with auto ON-Off reads 0-200 psi. The range is ideal for Road tires with Tubes or Tubeless and also for cars. This tool is designed for home mechanics as well as for bicycle shops. As soon as you take it out of the box, the CycloSpirit Tire Inflator is ready to use. You can inflate as fast or as slow as you need, with or without the Presta Valve Core.
👤The other reviewers should not convince you that this doesn't work with presta valves. The only thing you have to do is remove the head of the pump. The plastic insert inside the pump's head works perfectly on presta valves, despite the manufacturer's claims.
👤I had considered purchasing all the pieces to make a quick inflator connection but decided to give it a try. I bought this for use with Presta bike tires, but I was not happy with the "Auto-selectl" valve connection. I tried it on a few bike tires. I bought the BV Smart Valve head to make it work. It works great now. Like the large display.
👤The PRESTA valves work perfectly with this inflator. There are a lot of reviews that say that this inflator won't work with presta valves or that adjustments have to be made to the device. That is not true. The rubber seats well on the valve body if you push the chuck all the way in, and you have to remove the top nut to do it. The pressure gauge in my shop is the same as the pressure gauge in the digital version. I do not get compensated by the manufacturer. Get one!
👤I bought this for my mountain bike. I hate presta valves. I needed this for them. The digital gauge works well with my compressor setup. There is a The rubber guard is not good. It's already splitting in a month or two. I decided to use two-sided carpet tape around the housing and cleaner the inside rubber with alcohol to stick it on the gauge. I wish I had done that first.
👤Will not hold on to presta valves. I have to push on it to keep it locked. For schrader. I got it for my bike.
👤I bought this for my new bike as I have never had presta valves before. The readings were all over the place and it was difficult to attach the stem. I would see the reading go from 31 to 29.5 and then go down to 29.5 as air was leaking out. I would squeeze the handle and it would shoot up to 66 PSI. When I let off the handle, I thought it was 33 PSI, but my tire gauge was reading 40. I need to return it since I can't trust it.
👤I used the Cyclospirit on my mountain and on my car. The quick-connection worked well. I have used a lot of dual valve connections over the years, this one is the best. The air pressure thumbtrigger is easy to use. The air release has good control. It wouldn't work for off-road use as it's meant to release small amounts of air. I wish I had bought it a long time ago. Check with a pressure gauge. Continue until you get it right. It's all at once. Very nice.
👤Well built and accurate. The original head is the best for the valve. Change the head out for a dual valve. It is very easy to swap out. It's important to keep the regulator at 60psi to not allow it to fill too quickly. It works well with car tires. TPMS sensor and old school pressure gauge match up.
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.
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.
According to the instruction, identify the type of tire valve between Presta or Schrader valve and then remove the tire valve cap. The valves are inside the pump head if you remove the black cap. Please check for it carefully, they're nested together. Before you pump air, lock the gray lever. Get back riding fast with less pumping strokes than mini bike pumps. The pressure is up to 100 psi. It's only 7.4 inches long and 4.0oz in weight, perfect for Size and Weight obsessed cyclists. The parts are built to last so you can have a safe and enjoyable ride. Presta and compatible allow a tight seal with no air leaks. Not compatible with non threaded valve extenders. Extra care should be taken to screw the core into the valve stem for Presta valves. Their frame mount is safe and secure and has an extra security strap. Installation of a pump mount requires pre-drilled holes in the bike frame.
👤I was riding a bike on a trail with fresh snow and running very low in pressure and large bud and lou tires on my framed alaskan carbon bike. I had to fix the tire on the trail because the bead and tube popped out, so I would have to walk to bike in snow for another 3-4 miles. To get the tube back in, I had to take the air out and then fill it with air. I was back on the trail after someone found a lezyne mini pump with a similar design. I wanted the pump to have a tube to attach to the valve so that it's easy to pump rather than attach to the valve itself. It should be small and portable. It should be reasonably priced and able to pump fat tires, so something with a little more air volume. This was able to accomplish all of the above points. I like the fact that the valve is inside the pump. I have it on the bike or in the back pocket. I did not notice in performance that this was a bargain. Highly recommend for the reasons. The red color was cheaper than the other options. There is a * If you find my review helpful, please click the 'Yes' in the review. I keep sharing more experiences with the community.
👤Looks good. I will re-review after use. It is perfect for what I need. The bottle cage mounts on my Domane are not compatible with bike pumps. I chose a smaller one that fits my pocket or waist pouch. It works in a pouch of a waist bag. See the image for a comparison of the size of the case and CO2 cartridge. The jersey pocket is built that way, so the pump may droop it. The built of Pro Bike tool is amazing. Love it. Will review if something changes. The order seems to be from the ProBike tool.
👤A very impressive part of engineering. I needed a dual valve pump for my hybrid bike. This works better than those simple ones. Great value too. The how-to videos helped me install it correctly.
👤The pump's specifications say it is 7.3" long, which is one of the reasons I bought it. The probiketool.com product web page states that in the Amazon description. It is not more than 7 inches long. It is long. There is no way to measure it. It doesn't fit in my saddlebag.
👤This pump works great. It is designed to be small and efficient. It will take longer to pressurize your tire than a stand-up pump, but who is going to carry a full size pump with them on the road? It will do the job when it's needed. If you toss it in your bag or tool kit, you can mount it to your frame with the provided mount that can be mounted with or without your bottle carrier. You can get a high quality little jewel for a low price.
It is lightweight and portable. The air pump is made of high-quality aluminum alloy. It's the best choice for mountain bikes. It is 9 inches long and can be put in your backpack or mounted on your bike, and the inflation hose can be stored in the inflator without worrying about losing it. Get back riding fast. The bike tire repair set is the best choice for anyone who wants to get back on their bike as quickly as possible. There is a portable bike pump, 6 glueless tire patches, a metal rasp, a brackets, a ball needle, a fastening tape, a nozzle, 2pcs screws, and a tire lever complete for safety cycling. The bike pump is easy to use and can inflate a tire, allowing you to continue on your adventures. The pressure gauge is accurate. The bike pump has an excellent pump head that connects automatically to Presta valves, and no adjustment is required. The thumb lever allows a tight seal and no air leaks. The 1.5” industrial precise level pressure gauge can be used to inflate a tire. It is easy and comfortable to use. When you are away travelling, pumping up big tires can seem like a constant workout. It's easier to apply force when using their bicycle pump with a pinch-free foldable t-handle. The portable bike pump has a higher pressure than the conventional bike tire pump. Half your time can be used to inflate bikes. Compact and lightweight. The aluminum alloy body is both durable and elegant. The length is 10.63 inches. Carrying this little fellow around won't be a problem. 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. It's perfect for all types of bikes. The bicycle pump can be used for mountain bike, road bike, electric bike, kids bike, etc. It also fit for football, basketball, volleyball, soccer ball and other balls. They will take care of you if you are not completely satisfied with your tire pump.
👤I tried it and it works. It is lightweight and can be mounted on a bike. There is a The handle was one thing I didn't like. It doesn't fix the tube. You have to lightly twist the plastic tooth to secure it, but it can slip if you move it.
👤It's easy to use and fits perfectly.
👤I was surprised how well it works.
You can inflate as fast or as slow as you need, with or without the Presta Valve Core. The Universal Tire INFLATOR tool can be used for both the Presta and the Scott valves. ACCURATE PRESSURE GAUGE is ideal for Road Tires with Tubes or Tubeless of any size. 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.
👤I use presta valve stems to inflate my bike tires. I've tried a number of presta valves and the dual-use adapter is not compatible. There is no risk of the valve coming loose when the adapter is used on it. I have to press it onto the valve and hold it in order to inflate my tires. If I let go of it, it will fall off. There is a It works. It's better than what I had. A better accessory would help out a lot.
👤I bought it for the presta valves and it pops off when I do something. The gauge works only when thetrigger is squeezed. You can let go and it will go to zero. I would send it back if I was past my return point. Don't spend your money on this product.
👤I found that using this for Presta valves requires a lot of pressure to seat and cause loss of air. You can hurt your fingers when you remove the Presta valve. If you make the rubber seal softer, it will wear out fast. My bicycle pump has a better attachment for Presta valves. It works well for the Schrader valves. The analog gauge is much easier to fill and release than a digital gauge due to the poor hysteresis in some digital displays. If you want the best pressure accuracy, a digital gauge is more accurate than the analog gauge.
👤My original review has been updated. The seller told me that the valve needs to seat properly on presta valves to work correctly. You have to press a little harder than I was initially comfortable doing in order to do that. I gave it a try. It works well. You have to man-handle it a little. It has been upgraded to 4 stars as it does what I bought it for. This thing is dirty. If I hold it against the valve, it will inflate the tire but everything has to be held in perfect alignment. It works slightly better on schrader valves. It was definitely not a good idea to buy this. There is a I will update this review if I can get this back and it turns out I got a bad one.
👤I have several pumps with the Prest/Schrader auto select feature. None of them work well. This one is close to the middle. Not great, but not bad. It works better with "fearless" force suggested in the directions. It was rather awkward working around spokes. I would rather have a dual head. One for Presta and one for Schrader. I don't have any Schrader valves on four bikes. It looks like a quality product. It was very well made. I would buy a second unit if they made a dual head or Presta head instead of the auto select head. I will keep this one, but I feel a bit sad when I use it, because the auto select head doesn't keep the valve stem tight.
👤I read the instructions and realized I needed to push hard to get it to engage my Presta valve stems. I tried to push down and attach it before I hooked up the air from my compressor hose and gave it a few squirts of air, but it didn't work and I had to inflate my tire fast. The release valve is used to let out some pressure. It worked well and was easy to use. I'm going to use it on my kids bike tires, it looks like it will work well for them, and I can attach it before the air starts to flow. It is reasonably priced and I would recommend it.
Their frame mount is safe and secure and has an extra security strap. Installation of a pump mount requires pre-drilled holes in the bike frame. A new gauge. The new hammer style TwinHead is able to work with all tire valves. The max pressure is 160 psi. Includes ball and bladder needles. The handle is oversized.
👤I have been using a Nashbar Earl Grey pump for the last few years and will be using it as a comparison to the Joe Blow 3. There is a Although I liked the Earl Grey for its general use, I never liked it for presta valves. I felt like there was a lot of uncertainty as to whether it was attached or not, and it would leak frequently, so it would take a few tries to get it attached to the valve. I probably bent a few valves because of this. The Joe Blow 3's head is better than the Earl Grey's because it's made of metal and it's easier to inflate presta valve tires. The Joe Blow's biggest strength is his head. There is a The hose on the Joe Blow is a little shorter than the Earl Grey's, which is an issue if you have your bike on a stand where a shorter cord won't reach. I think the Earl Grey has a slightly faster inflation rate per pump, although I can't say for sure, but it's not a big deal. The large size of the head is a problem for the Joe Blow. It is difficult to fit between the spokes of my bikes with 20 wheels. I can wedge it in, but it's hard to put the locking lever in place. There is a The gauge is easy to read on both pumps, but the brighter colors of the Joe Blow give it a slight advantage. I haven't tested the accuracy of the gauge. The Early Grey has a plastic base, but I have never had an issue with it after 3 years. There is a I love how easy the Joe Blow is to use on Presta valves, and absolutely recommend it if you're looking for a pump that's a step above the Earl Grey's. If the head were less bulky, I could use it on bikes with smaller wheels. The spokes have less space between them than the Earl Grey's head. My plan is to use the Joe Blow 3 on my road bike with presta valves because it is so much better than the EG at that, and the EG is more of a utility pump for everything else. There is a If you want a 5 star pump, you need to inflate your tires with your bike on the ground and have larger wheels with enough space between the spokes. I give it a 4.25.
👤This appears to be a product that you will be able to rely on for a long time. I used it to pump up 120 lbs. in one month. The presta valve tires are presta tires. So far, so good. It does what it is supposed to do. The presta valves that I have recently converted from schrader valves to are just as easy to use and retain the pressure better than the inner tube valves. I'm a different person. Thirty years ago, shoulda done this? The pump is made of steel and plastic. I bought a portable Topeak to carry on my bike because I liked it so much. It is also well made. I remember a time when products were made to last a long time. I am delighted when I see a company that makes products that are durable, comfortable, and perform well. The product seems to be one of those. The most expensive pump on the market is not this one. It's a good sign! I have had this pump for three years and it is as good as the day I bought it. I don't think I'll need to buy another pump in my lifetime.
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!
The sound of the tire as it sits on the rim is the best sound in the world for any rider or racer that wants to fit a tubeless tire, and Airshot will deliver that to you. The large accurate gauge is. The bike floor pump has a large gauge which is clear to read. If you overfill your tires, there is a red air bleed button built into the pump head to make minor adjustments. Ease of attachment/ detachment The bike pump has aPatented Auto Head. The head automatically connects to the valves. Lock the lever and push the head down to the valve. Generous Length Air Hose. The air hose is a generous 47.2 inches long, and it's easy to reach your tire valve in any position, even up on a raised surface or in a work stand. Highly durable. The construction is robust and sturdy, with an anti-skid handle, high volume steel barrel and base wide and stable. The ball is in a handle. Ball needles for balls, swimming rings, air beds are stored in a cute design. The BETO factory is located in Taiwan, it is the world's top manufacturer of cycling products, and it also produces bike pumps for many well-known brand owners.
👤The top side pressure gauge is easy to read. Too cheap feeling to overlook. The base is too light and the pump topples over. Positive reviews are not real. I bought based on the gauge being closer to my eyes. The negative reviews are correct, they are cheap. I would pay for this pump at a dollar store for an emergency, but not via Amazon, because I could have had the pick of the litter. This is the worst value I've ever owned a pump from. This is simply a disappointment, brand does not matter.
👤The pump started working well. It stopped working after a few uses. I didn't know what happened until I took it apart. There is a flaw in the area that connects the pump compression handle to the pump air tube. There is a hard plastic tube that connects the two. The hard plastic tube broke, and likely could not be fixed with super glue. It's an engineering flaw. I treat my tools with care, and know that there wasn't any carelessness on my part. There is a design flaw. I wonder if this product would fare well in the end. I think there would be many disappointing cases. You should spend your money elsewhere.
👤I am happy I took a chance on this pump. I was going to pay a premium for a solid, high-reputation pump, but I've given up on cheap pumps. The pump has exceeded my expectations. It has performed as well as my friend's Topeak. It works better than Joe Blow and has all the features I've wanted after decades of biking. Highly recommended.
👤It would be perfect if the nozzle connected to the valve stem was effective. If you are a daily rider, it will ruin tubes quickly because it is hard to attach and remove. The compression is too tight and it's hard to engage it. A better mechanical design is needed. The pump is nice. It will work if you only use it occasionally. I tried two of them and returned them both.
👤The pressure gauge is mounted at the top, which makes it much easier to read, as the primary reason I got this model. It is easy to pump up my tires. I had to lubricate my bike's stems with Silicone if there was a complaint as the seal was too tight. It was difficult to get on and off the valve. Over time, it has loosened up a bit. I really like this pump.
👤This pump has been used on my road bike tires a couple of times. It gets the job done and doesn't feel cheap. I chose this model due to the high placement of the gauge, easy to read, and the big red marker for target pressure. I have not verified the pressure accuracy but I have been able to ride my bike with ease. I can't comment on the accessories stored within the handle because I haven't used them.
👤I am used to using heavier pumps. The stand is small and hard to keep in place. The whole thing is light and flimsy. It was a lot more plastic than I anticipated.
The mini portable air compressor is easy to use and travel in a backpack or car. They offer a 2 year warranty and lifetime services. If you have a question, please contact them, they will give you a high quality service. Max pressure gauge is 160 PSI. Accurate air pressure can be displayed when inflated, making it easier to visually see and fit easily into the proper pressure, which prevents accidental tire blowouts. The medium size pump is suitable for daily carrying. The high seal tube and inflatable port design are examples. The bike pump is made of seamless steel, which has a beautiful appearance, and also has better resistance to rust. The hose is made of a special rubber tube that is frost-proof and high temperature resistance. The LYGZTing bike pump is compatible with universal presta and schrader valves and can be used for a wide range of purposes. This makes it easy to take the inflating bike tire pump base with you. The road bicycle pump can handle rough terrain and be stable. The inner and outer tubes of the portable bicycle tire pump 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, and a comfortable handle.
👤If you are using low pressure, the first time I used it, it won't explode. It was difficult to pump above 40PSI and explode when passed 70PSI. It may not work for you if you have a road bike like me.
👤It was used to pump up air bags. I needed it to fit under the seat so I picked this one. It works, but it's cheap and feels chintzy.
👤This is easy to use and works well.
👤The price is great. Works well. What's not to like?
👤The size works well for me.
👤Producto hasta a momento.
👤In exchange for this review, I received the Bike Pump, LYGZTing Portable Bicycle Tire Pump, Bike Floor Pump with Pressure Gauge Hand Foot Activated Bicycle Pump with Inflation Needle and Inflatable device. There is a This is a good pump. It can work with both Presta and Schrader valves. * The pressure gauge is easy to read. There is a It has a storage container for add-ons. There is a It is a "compact" design, meaning it is more than a tad short. It's a bit awkward for taller people to use. * The base plate is made of plastic. I think the pump parts will hold up. When the footplate and pump handles are plastic, I wonder how long they will hold up, and whether or not the plastic will become brittle in a few years. There is a This is the reason why I have a 4 star review.
👤The item is easy to attach to the wheel of a bike. Quick action. It's ideal for bikes.
👤Small, yet can get the pressure.
👤I have used it to pump pram tires and a small pool.
👤I bought a bike pump to use when I need to inflate my bike. The quality of this bike pump is very good and it feels like a well made product. The handle of the bike pump is comfortable to hold onto, and I like that it is easy to use. I can see how much pressure is in the object I'm inflating with the accurate gauge on this bike pump. The bike pump is perfect for what I need it for and works just as advertised. I'm happy with my purchase and I think it's worth the money. I recommend this product to anyone looking for a bike pump.
ID MAX bike floor pump inner and outer tubes are made of aluminum alloy. There are more wear-resistant and weight savings. You can carry a mini bike pump in your bag. A bicycle tool can be used to measure tire pressure. If necessary, quick release valve can be used to bleed off excess air. The large backlit display shows pressure in both bar and PSI formats. The head isRotary and it makes it easy to access and use the valves. The lightweight pressure gauge is 45 grams.
👤While it worked, this small, pocketable was great. The dual valve head allows for easier reading of the digital display when working on bikes. The readings were accurate for the first 8 months of ownership. The pressure reading is completely off now that I've put a new battery in, because the readings started to vary as the battery got low. Will say anything between 4-7psi for a tire that has been pumped to 26psi. The warranty period has expired so I can throw this away. It's not worth the money because of the flimsy construction and short lifespan. I will try the Topeak digital meter.
👤The product may have changed since I bought it back in 2015. I hope so. There is a The screen is hard to read. In bright daylight. The viewing angle is very limited and the numbers are very dim. It is very difficult to get repeated readings. The next tire will read 25 and so on. The battery was changed today. I had to remove the battery cover to get it off. I used a screwdriver to pry it off. I'm going to throw this away. I think I'll hit it with a hammer.
👤This is a quality product. There are some issues we had with it. When we hit bumps and ruts, the unit turned on. We used it on two bikes three times a day for two weeks and the battery drained down. It was turning itself on in the pouch. Something to prevent that from happening would be great. It took a couple days to get used to it. The product was easy to use after the learning curve. You have to wait for the last reading to clear before using it again. This was a bit annoying. It should have a clear function without having to turn it on. This product has room for improvement, but we will continue to use it.
👤This is a small tire gauge. I use this to daily test a set of motorcycle wheels. This unit makes measuring the innertubes at 10 to 35psi quick and easy, because it is used for testing one set of innertubes at 110psi. There is a The head fits Presta on one side and Schrader on the other, and the head is 180 degrees for ease of use. I have only used it with valves. The readings were easy to get. I believe the Airchecker tool is an ideal choice for applications where you want a minimal amount of air loss when checking. The airchecker allows for less air loss than my other units. It provides a secure seal and a minimal amount of air is used. There is a The unit is very small. When powered on, it emits a quiet BEEP, and when you use it, it emits another one. When I power it on, I always remember which display I last used, so it is always on the PSI setting. To switch between the two buttons, press one button. After use, the display will show the recorded pressure. I am not sure how long, but it has never stopped before I was ready. There is a The display is back lit so it is easy to read in bright sunlight and also in the dark. The little carrying case is something I like. I would recommend this to a friend. This has been an ideal digital air checker for my applications.
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