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. The bike pump is built and tested for high pressure precision. The bicycle pump pressure gauge is easy to read. The Presta valve bike pump inflates the Schrader valves with a flick of a switch. The bike tire pump has a strong seal. The perfect road bike pump is tested for accuracy to high pressure with a strong steel barrel and reinforced handle. The Emergency Glueless Puncture Kit is included so you don't get caught on the road or trail with a flat. You can use your bicycle pump for pool toys if you have a ball inflation needle and valve.
👤This design is unfortunate. I would have given it 5 stars, except for the design flaw. The construction is excellent but it is almost useless because of a flaw. There is a The switch on the 2-way is straight through and does not close the opposing side before pressing the tire valve. The tire can end up flat if the air rushes out the other side as you install or remove it. I have been able to lose 30 PSI on thin 105 PSI racing tires. If you're quick about removing the issue, it may not be a problem on car tires or large balloon bike tires. I am updating my review to three stars. If you only install the Presta valve on the pump's threads, be sure to open it all the way to the Presta valve, because it's the worst for straight Presta valves. The overall pump is excellent. The dial gauge is comparable to other pressure gauge I have. It will reach a max of 112psi+ very quickly. There is a The gauge is easy to read. I haven't compared accuracy with other gauges. The base is stable while pumping. Overall construction is excellent.
👤The pump's foot stand is plastic, so I was skeptical when I received it. I have two pumps that are just as expensive. The valve fastening systems that accommodate both Presta and Schrader valves have begun leaking when I pressurize my road bike tires beyond 70 lbs. The either-or connectors have not proved reliable for me, and there is nothing worse than having to top off your tire pressure before a group ride, as the connectors fail to sustain the pressure. There is a I used Amazon's recommendation in order to find a better solution. I used the pump for the first time on Friday and am very impressed. The Presta and the Schrader are connected by a two-headed pump connection, instead of a single one. They are designed to accommodate the valves that are specific. The key feature is a lever that rotates. If you want a leakless connection, you need to apply the head to the tire's valve stem and press the two-way lever to the side you are using. I only needed a few strokes to get my tire pressure up to about 120 lbs. It can be up to 160 lbs. Time will tell, but the pump stand makes it lighter. The pump is better than I expected. I recommend this pump if there are no issues with the stand.
👤I am not being coerced to rate this pump. I can't do anything about my broken Joeblow Max, I just have to praise the pump. It is amazing. There is a The small, lightweight, and rock solid design of the floor pump is genius, all floor pumps should be designed this way no exceptions, prevents so much wobble, and the rubber grips on the base, don't know. I haven't slipped yet! There is a It is easy to read pressure gauge. The presta valves are like a lifer con. Excellent seal! Nothing like it, no leaks, no hisses, and a 15 year warranty! Are you joking? Hopefully they stay in business. Some of the pumps have a printing error that says "5 year warranty." Customer service will confirm that it is a 15 year warranty. There is a bonus patch kit. I can't find one. I don't think this is a big deal. I'm anal retentive and it makes me sad. There is no cushion at the top and bottom. If you vigorously pump away you will feel a force hitting the chamber. You can always feel for where the top and bottom are, but you are cheating yourself by using less air per stroke. I'm anal about details and this isn't a big deal. The manufacturers should add some cushion in the next design to remedy this. I am a daily cyclist and go through several flats a month. Alabama is dead last in state wide bicycle infrastructure. I spend a lot of time dodging cars trying to kill me and being bullied into the gutter. Cyclists need a pump that they can rely on. A pump that connects quickly to the valve. This pump is all that and more. If I have any problems with this review in the future, I will update it.
There is a wide application. The mini floor bicycle pump can be used for strollers. Bike air pump with sports ball needle can easily inflate various balls such as basketball,volleyballs,socccer, swimming rings and so on. Don't let a stop happen. This pump is an excellent balance between function and convenience. The pump is small enough to fit in a carry bag. You can get back riding quickly if you use fewer strokes of high pressure air. A solid aluminum barrel and an ergonomics handle are what they start with. The hose with integrated pressure gauge is attached to the handle. It can be used as a hand pump or floor pump. The design is simple and never has any parts to lose. Simply extend the nozzle for presta or re-tighten the nozzle for Schrader valves will convert between valves. The bike valve has a tight seal. Not compatible with non-threaded valves. Comes with an easy to install travel bracket. Pre-drilled frame mounts are common on most newer bikes. This pump will work for road and mountain bikes, as well as children's bikes and striders. There are two needles, one for inflating floaties and balloons and another for pumping up sports balls. The pump is great for sports coaches because they can easily slip it into their ball bags.
👤I was in the market for a new portable bike pump after my old one disappeared in a move; I blame the wife. There are a lot of options on Amazon. I found this one after looking at pumps in my price point. The bike pump arrived on time after being shipped from an Amazon warehouse. The pump and accessories are secured in a clear zip-lock style bag. I was surprised to find the metal parts of the pump. The plastic parts are not the most important ones. The O ring can be serviced with the threaded pump shaft retainer ring. The bike has water bottle cage threads and the mount comes with two screws for securing it. The mount has a rubber strap for added security. The hose has a pressure gauge. The chrome folding stand on the end is my favorite accessory because it allows me to hang the pump on the hooks. The pump had a plastic inflator tip for balloons and a sports ball inflation needle. If you are a basketball, football, volleyball or soccer coach, this is a great pump to have. If you have to give a gift, get them this pump. There are enough screwdrivers and flash lights.
👤The portable bike pump is a great price. It's easy to install and fits nicely with my bottle holders. It was a good time for a trail side fix. I will order more for my bikes.
👤I saw this pump. In a video on mountains biking. It is very small and handy. This is your standard. Don't buy anything less than this guy. I got it because of the two valves capabilities and it worked very well. There is no need for an accessory.
👤The product was used on a bike that had a low tire. The instructions on the back of the box were very helpful and I was able to install the pump on my bike in less than a minute. I was very pleased with my purchase.
👤When I need to fix a flat on the trails, this pump works great. It's small enough that I can fit it into my pack, and I like that I can attach it to my bike.
👤I like the positive connection to my valve.
👤It's very easy to use and there's no need for an accessory for different valves.
The mounting brackets for the matrix are included. The hose has a quick release lock. There is a needle valve for inflatables. It's easy to read a pressure gauge. It's easy to read a pressure gauge.
👤It looked like cheap imports from a flea market. There is a It couldn't pump a bike tire. The air house had a problem with its crimps. I picked one up at my local store that used to have a yellow face on their logo. It ended up being nicer and less money.
👤Repairs were needed on my unit because of the bad design. The gauge hitting the pump frame during operation and leaking after the first use of pipe fitting instead of compression fitting. The pump was working again after plumbing in an extension hose. The presta adapter that came with the pump was only good for letting the air out of my tires, and I had to replace it at my local bike store. The pump moves an amazing amount of air per stroke so if the fitting issues connecting the gauge to the pump are fixed this could be a useful unit.
👤The more modern electric ones are not as easy to use as this pump is. I think it's a must-have for bikers to buy one and put it in their backpacks. You will want to get rid of the little air pump that comes with your bike. It won't attach to your bike, but you can carry it in a backpack.
👤I'm called a glutton for punishment. I bought two of them. The first one broke after about 20 uses. The air was pumped out. There is a I bought a second one. Why? Because I'm pumping a 12-inch wheel and most valve connections won't fit between the valve and the hub. The small connection on this pump is perfect for that space. I was hoping the first pump was a one-off. The second pump broke in the same way as the first one after about 5 uses. The air started leaking out of the hose. I'm not doing anything crazy here, just pumping up to 35 psi on the kid's bike. I have the money to buy another pump. I feel bad for the kids who can't pump their tires because of this piece of junk.
👤He didn't need it when he left for University in the fall of 2017. I took it out of the box to inflate my daughter's tires. I kept going even though the foot pedal bent. The pressure gauge dropped to zero as I got close to the desired air pressure. The cylinder's seal has broken, rendering the device useless. Next stop is the landfill.
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.
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.
The handle is comfortable. "SUPER-FIT" Clever Valve locks onto both Presta and Schrader valves, no leaks, no valve changing needed, or extra bike pump adaptors needed. The Telescope Design switch from high-volume inflation to high-pressure inflation. The mini bike pump is perfect. The bicycle pump can be held firmly in place with a secure mounting strap. Glueless Puncture Kit is included to be prepared for a flat tire. The Ironclad warranty is backed by a 5-year manufacturers warranty. The mini bike pump is built to last.
👤When I bought this pump, I didn't know it had 2 stages of pumping. The collar on the pump can be unlocked for fast inflation, and the pump can be extended twice as far as I believe. This allows more air to be breathed in. Once you get to a higher pressure, you lock the collar back down and pump with shorter strokes. I've tested it on my bike and it works. It's not a replacement for your full-size pump, but it will be great when needed on the road.
👤I used it while I was out on the trail, but it broke when I tried to pump up my flat. The lever that you use to pump fell out. I thought it was going to work well, based on the reviews. After having it for less than 30 days, it fell apart.
👤The pump was advertised. The universal presta/schrader head works well. The tube on the 700/23 tire was changed. In the low pressure mode, 60 strokes were taken and another 100 strokes in the high pressure mode. 80psi would normally be a minimum pressure to ride on, but the lack of a comfortable hand grip along with a very hot summer sun convinced me to ride on 50psi. I believe that riders with weak arms will not find this pump adequate. There is a The mount on my old Topeak was cumbersome and it was damaged. It had a feature that allowed it to be converted to a mini floor pump.
👤I bought this pump for my touring bike because I didn't want to rely on the cartridges on long trips. There is a There is a pump next to the pedal that mounts easily. It seems to work well on my 27 tires at 70 PSI, and I haven't had to use it much so far.
👤The pump works well and is a good value. The patch kit comes in a sturdy case, which is great. It's nice to have a needle valve on hand if I ever need it, but it's not something I'll use often. There is a The pump is small, and comes with a clip for mounting to the bike frame, as well as a strap to keep it securely where it should be. The feature that allows it to double its capacity is something that I like, it definitely pumps the tire faster than my older model that did not have that feature. You can leave the extended mode unlocked when you store it, so you don't have to use it every time you use it.
👤Customer service is great. I didn't know much about the presta valve on my bike. The "lock" on the valve stems looks like a crown that spins to tighten and loosen. I sent an email to the company to find out how to fix it, and they responded within an hour. I figured it out by then, but they helped anyway. There is a They have a great little instructional video, but they didn't explain the valve stem "lock" piece. I have pumped hundreds of bike tires, but this was the first "presta" valve I had seen. There is a The pump had two modes, which was cool. The longer the pump handle is, the more air it can pump at a lower pressure. When you want to get the higher pressure, you shorten the handle and push out a higher pressure to fill the tires for most sport bikes. It is easy to mount my bike with the included plastic mount piece. The only question I have is what the loop is for. I couldn't figure it out. It's a good thing.
All Sportbit sports ball pumps with needles pack are Satisfaction guaranteed. Now is the time to order your basketball pump, football pump, volleyball pump, and needles set. When locked and ready to use, the green indicator is the same as the red indicator. The wide metal base adds stability and long lastingDurability. Premium performance is offered by the 21 inch high steel barrel. T handle grips make inflation comfortable. Sports ball needle and inflation cone are included.
👤I bought a Schwinn floor pump despite reading bad reviews. The Presta nozzle has ruined four tubes, so the pump has now cost me more than double, and less than the wasted time and negative energy. After a few uses, the otherwise perfectly good tube was useless. One person had to hold the nozzle on the valve as the function of the valve doesn't hold, when using the Schrader for my wife's bike. The Presta valve broke, making the pump useless, and put me out of my misery.
👤This was bought to get the Road Runner, and it turns out it's for inflating tires or putting air in bike tires. My bike is road ready after I didn't help get that bird.
👤We put the air pump back in the box after we received it. You can't inflate a tire because the part of the pump that Attach to the bike tire valve doesn't seat properly. We tried it on two different bikes. It wouldn't open one of the valve stems because it broke the valve stem off the tube and ruined it. I will pay more to have a tire repaired at a bike shop, then I will pay for a junky pump.
👤The product seems to work, but the gauge is faulty. It won't pump. It's hard to tell. It came with a return slip saying it was faulty. Excellent work from Amazon. I'm sure that person is happy to have their address information sent to a stranger.
👤Some reviews don't like this pump. There is no glass covering the gauge. There is a cover on the gauge. They might have updated the pump. I have another floor pump that works the same as the one I have. I would buy it again and pay the difference between what I paid for my supposedly better pump and what I paid for it. It works, but not sure what else you could want. I used a seperate gauge to measure tire pressure and found the one on this pump to be pretty accurate.
👤It has a good amount of air with each press. It seems sturdy. The red/green system is a bit confusing. The only video posted to this item was incorrect. The correct position for putting it on the valve is red or unlocked. If it's locked on the valve and ready to pump the air, it's green or ready. There is a It's easy to think that green means ready to put it on the valve and red means locked on the valve. If you watched the other video showing it backwards, you should watch the video.
👤The pump I used to inflate my bicycle tires was useless. It was difficult to push the handle down because of the force and pressure. When I put it on the tire and pushed the handle down, it would just burst off the nozzle. I might not have been able to return it at this point.
👤The pump is not very useful for adult road bikes. I can't get my road bike to run above 80 with this pump, because it's too high. I haven't found a good gauge to check the pumps gauge. I think it is fairly accurate. It is a nice sturdy pump, but not fast roadies, and is designated for Mtn Bike tires, kids bikes, garden tractors, even your car or motorcycle.
It is easy to connect the air pump. The portable bike pump is the lightest they can make, it is 6.4in and 2.4oz. No more fretting about your bag. It can be placed in your pockets or locked on your bike. The quality is absolutely solid and reliable because it is made of high-grade aluminum alloy. You can have a safe and enjoyable ride with the multiple leak-proof rubber rings built to last. No Valve Changing Needed. The valve mouth can be replaced with a small hose. The bike pump is applicable to road bikes, mountain bikes, BMX, kids bikes, etc. No Pump Rattles or Lost Pump with their safe and secure frame mount. Installation of a pump mount requires pre-drilled holes in the bike frame. TheSatisfaction Guarantee is designed to make your journey smooth. A mini bicycle pump and a dream are all you need. Contact them if you have an issue. They will give you a good ride or your money back.
👤I bought this just in case. I haven't needed to use it in an emergency so far. It is easy to use. It will be perfect for soccer balls when we don't need a stroller anymore.
👤The pressure on my Reverse Osmosis storage tank can be set. I needed something small so I could just leave it for maintenance.
👤The pump is small. It takes a while to pump being small.
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.
AIRBANK is committed to creating high-quality high-satisfy products for more than 7 years. They have a professional technical team that is always ready for you. Their lifelong goal is your smile. A small hand push pump. The tire pressure can be reached with a compact pump with both Presta valve attachment and a ball adaptor, as well as 2 air nozzles for inflatables. The valve can be switched by removing the hose. The 3-in-1 improved terrier version is available. The fish-type crowbars are bigger, more sturdy and not easy to break, The frustration can be dismounted and installed on the crowbar more convenient. When not in use, it can be disassembled and stored. Easy-to-attach pantyhose. If you just apply the rasp to burnish the tire and paste the patch onto the punctured area, you can repair the tire without glue. There are 10 different uses of the bone wrench. 6 month warranty on quality guarantee. If you are not completely satisfied with the purchase you have made, do not hesitate to email them, they will make sure to solve any problems for you as soon as possible. You can return the product for a full refund.
👤Cheap, came broken, doesn't pump air. Will be back. I don't think this pump is a good idea.
👤The flat fix kits and tool were light and convenient.
👤I didn't get any air after seeing what I needed. Light and small, but didn't work.
👤The built air pump is perfect for attaching to the bike frame. It is a good value and worth the cost. It comes with a tire repair kit.
👤After several uses, I stopped pumping air. Garbage.
👤Product is a must for anyone who loves biking. It's perfect on the side of the bike.
👤This is a bad pump, it has been done just two times.
The KITBEST bike pump is lightweight and portable and made of high-quality aluminum alloy. The portable bike pump can be put into a bag or on the bike frame. The KITBEST bike pump has an easy to use design that allows it to reach riding pressure with 30% fewer strokes compared to other portable bike pumps. The KITBEST bicycle pump can be used to inflate bicycles, electric vehicles, motorcycles, sports balls and swimming rings. Sports ball needle is included for inflating basketballs, footballs, soccer balls, volleyballs, pool toy and more. The emergency glueless patch kits are included in the bike tire repair kit. It is a must have accessory for bikes. If you are not completely satisfied with their bike pump, you can either get a full refund or a free replacement.
👤I use it daily after having it for three months. I can only advise you to take the negative reviews with a grain of salt. If you don't fix the quirks of the bike pump, it will be hard for you to enjoy it. There is a The pump is locked onto the tire nozzle with the help of the clamps. You lock it in place when you pull it outward. It's not locked if it's facing downward. If you hear air escaping, you need to tighten the nozzle. Try pumping again if you give it one turn to the right. If you still hear air, try again. The problem should be corrected by this. The bottom of the pump is where air can escape. The base can become loose over time. The body of the pump has to be turned to the right while holding the bottom mount. It is very easy to do. There is a A very short hose is the lastirritant. You need to be very close to your tire. Some people may be put off by this. I don't mind how light and portable this is. There is a I use this every day. It has held up well. If you purchase it, you will be satisfied.
👤My kids' balls are round and plump. Really works well. Give them a little feel by pumping them up. You will see.
👤It works well. Good value is very small. I was surprised at how small it is. I think there is more of a travel pump. They should put a relative in a picture pumping a tire to make it look like I did. If you're looking for a full size foot pump with a pressure gauge, I would go with a Scwinn.
👤I need a new bike pump asap. I was looking for something cheap and small. I'm quite impressed with this little thing. It fills my bike tires quickly and is very lightweight. It's easy to carry around. I don't like that you have to push the lever away from me when attaching it to the tire. I find this a bit strange and at times awkward, as every bike pump I've used has been the opposite. It's not a big deal. It doesn't have a pressure gauge, so keep that in mind, but I thought it did, but that's probably my fault for not reading the description. If you're looking for something small and compact, this is a great bike pump. Definitely recommend!
👤This thing is junky, it works, but the psi capability is very low, and the manufacturing tolerances are barely adequate enough to actually work as a mechanical pump, which is quite a happy surprise. It is made with some aluminum bits, but most of the non-barrel bits are made of a hard rubber type plastic. I got this pump because I wanted the action of a floor pump. It has a horizontal handle, an adequate hose length, a foot to stand on, and the clamp head, all of the qualities of a floor pump, just compact, light weight, and cheap. The handle is small, the foot is small, and the ability to press down at higher pressures is very low, so it's not really worth the money. Being a useful pump is not that great. You will get sick of it. This is a product that is too cheap to pass up, and too good to be true, and finally to be worth the hassle of returning. A money sink is what it is.
Bicycle tire pump hand products from Vibrelli. In this article about bicycle tire pump hand you can see why people choose the product. Verdemotion and Performance Tool are also good brands to look for when you are finding bicycle tire pump hand.
Vibrelli, Verdemotion and Performance Tool are some of the best brands that chosen by people for bicycle tire pump hand. Find the detail in this article. Toolitin, Pro Bike Tool and Schwinn are also brands that their products are worth to check.