It is very convenient to carry and can be placed in any backpack and ball bag with side pockets, it is not easy to lose, it has a box and manual. Germany is the country of origin. The package height is 3 centimeters. The package length is 13 Centimeters. The package width is 10 centimeters. The product is only the head. The hose is not included. After several years of use, the Grommets may need to be replaced.
👤I have used a lot of pumps in my many years as a bike mechanic and this pump head is perfect. The Pros of this head are that it's good on both presta and schrader valve, it's well built and robust, and it's easy to connect into any standard size pump hose. The cam locks on the valve in the DOWN position, which is a personal preference, and it doesn't take much to use. I really don't see any of the positives. Being in a shop for 6 years doesn't last pump heads. We would be lucky to get 6 months out of a single pump, spread between many pumps and a compressor. If this pump head can be used twice a week at my house, I think it's a win. I don't see how this head wouldn't do that.
👤I bought a replacement pump head for my Avenir floor pump. It appeared to be the correct size after I installed it. I had to cut off the end of my pump's hose to get it onto the internal gripping connector. When I first used it, I had trouble opening the presto and schrader valves on two different bike tires. The air was not flowing into the tire, as the pump was pressuring up very quickly. I got the tire valves to open properly and inflated the tires with both types of valves after a bit of juggling and taking the head off. The problem was solved. The same problem persisted after I went to pump up my bike tires with presta valves. I took the head off each valve until the valve opened and I could inflate the tire. The head of the pump hose blew off when the air pressure reached between 100 and 120 psi. One of the problems that this head has is that the picture on Amazon shows nozzles for presto and schrader valves, but the one I received had only one nozzle that fits 888-349-8884 I need to get my tires pumped up so I used the hose collar from my old head and stripped the threads from my old head, hopefully they will go into the trash as soon as I order and install another. I don't think it's the problem because my hose is a standard size 10mm outside diameter.
👤This product is a replacement for my bike pump. The pump head's hose fitting was coated with Silicon to make it easier to insert. The rubber hose will not be degraded by Silicon. The locked position for the pump head is great. Most modern pump heads are designed to lock onto the valve when the lever is lifted up. This is not intuitive. Press the head down onto the valve and then press the lever to lock it. It's easier to lift up on the lever than it is to press down on the head. The pump head will work for lawn tractor with small diameter rims. There isn't enough room for a lever that locks in the vertical position.
It's compatible with Planet Bike ALX, STX, and Comp Pumps. The package width is 9.5 cm. Planet Bike floor pumps have an accessory for fixing them. The product is an air pump.
👤It's perfect for the Topeak Joeblow floor pump. See the photo. The plastic construction is very high quality. A very simple, smart engineering design. I only needed the pump head. No tools are used in the installation. There is a The best part? The valve is secure with the Clamps on. When the pumphead lever is released, there is no loss of air. There is a The Topeak Joeblow pump is better now than it was before. An upgrade to the original pumphead. I only use the pump for PRESTA valves, so I can't attest to its effectiveness.
👤I got sick of using the little schrader to fill up my presta tires so I bought this. I attached it to my compressor because it was supposed to go with a brand of floor pump. I got the compressor at harbor freight for less than the pump head cost, and it has a guage on it. I'm very happy with this set up. The only thing I dislike about the pump head is that they have different locked and unlocked positions, so I can't remember which one is which. I would like the lever to show which position is locked and which is unlocked. It would get 5 stars all day long.
👤After looking for a replacement for my old and tired double shot, I came across this Planet Bike hose and head. I thought I could make it work, it's a quick and easy replacement for their own pumps. I had it the next day thanks to the quick Prime delivery. I could see that the Planet Bike head could fit my hose if I took it apart. The hose insert allows for a leakproof fit without the need to crimp the hose. I put the inner piece of my hose in after cutting off the crimp on my old hose. The only problem I had was that it was hard to get the tightening part over the hose, it was a little bigger. I'm lazy and figured I could get it on, so I didn't enlarge the hole. I did it without a big deal. I screwed the head together after installing it. Voila! There is a I didn't know how well the Planet Bike head fit my Presta tubes, how easy it is to tighten the head lever, and how well it seals completely and easily. It was very difficult to attach a tube to my original head, and many times I had to do it over as it would leak. Sometimes it would initially seal and then leak as the pressure builds up while pumping, which would require a complete removal and reattachment in order to finish inflating the tube. There is a I would have cut off the old head if I had known how easy it was to use, I'm happy with the new head, but I would have stopped using it if I'd known how easy it was. The power of pulleys and levers is pure physics. There is a Happy pumping! The pics are 1) The Planet Bike head has a broken Zefal head.
Only compatible with lezyne floor pumps. The floor pump models W and M are compatible.
👤Before ordering, check the diameter of your old hose. The outside diameter of the screw on the hose is smaller than the inside diameter. My pump is made in Taiwan. It was a perfect fit.
👤I bought this knowing I might have to cut it. I was trying to find a replacement hose for my small electric tire pump, which was harder than I thought. I was hoping to use the value lock that came with the new hose to hold one side of my pump. The lock doesn't reach the valve stem because it is hard to push. I had to use another to cut it off.
👤Doesn't fit our pump. It would cost the postal system $3.66 to return it. That is less than the cost. My child can play with it. Bah. This is disappointing. I have never seen a seller charge to return an item.
👤The plastic head does not hold the pin strongly enough so when you try to pull the pin from the ball you are filling, the head pulls off the pin, releasing the air just pumped in.
👤The valve stem attachment on my air-pump was worn out. This was a good replacement. For Schrader valves. I had to cut the pump-to-hose end of the hose off and use a hose clamp. It took a little effort to connect to the valve stem. Just got used to it. Also, nice length.
👤It's nice that you can buy spare inflator hoses without buying a new air pump. There is a If the parts were top quality, they were good. It does a good job.
👤The hose ID is larger than the original one. It works on the valve. I don't think it's possible to use it on Presta valves.
👤The product was easy to fit in less than five minutes. There is a The only thing you need to be careful of is the size of your pump.
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.
The package weight is 0.041 kilograms. Sunlite Thumb Lock End Pump.
👤The air fitting at my Black & Decker Air Station 9528 was slipping off the tire valves for at least 25 years. The pump works well, but it needs a replacement fitting. This unit will keep my pump working, instead of being replaced.
👤I need to fix the hose on the bicycle pump. I installed it, and it did work, but barely. The thumb lever to lock it down is so stiff that you have to really work it, and it feels like the thing is going to break before it locks down. It doesn't help. It does not seal on valve stems very well. It was cheap and not much was expected, but it's a tool and a tool that doesn't work well is worth less than nothing. I bought a decent dual-valve hose end and threw it away.
👤I bought this thumb lock hose end on Amazon. The original hose end on my bike is definitely an upgrade. This thing works very quickly and effectively. I had problems with the original hose end. The pump is 10 years old and very good. The fitting for the two tire valve stems on the old end unit was terrible. The pump is now first rate. I recommend this very much.
👤I was able to restore function to my compressor after the original end broke, and I saved my AC powered air compressor. It was tight to the tire air fitting and I was hoping it wouldn't break the lever when folding it. I left it attached to the fitting and folded the lever to break it in. As of 7/6/18, there was an update. The pivot pin was on me for 4 months before it vanished. It's cheaper to replace the entire compressor.
👤The small compressor I ordered on Amazon had a screw on connection. The pressure had dropped too much when I tried to remove it. The compressor can be used with this snap-on type of connector. I was worried that the tip would be too large, but it fit well.
👤The thumb lock on my Black and Decker Air Station Model 9527 broke for the first time in 30 years. I could only find plastic ones like this one. It has a metal shroud and works well, but it is hard to close. I don't think it will last 30 years like the original, but it works great.
👤It was used to replace the air chuck on my old air station. It seems to work like the original. I used a clip on the chuck but it didn't work out and I have replaced it with this one. I replaced the original hose clamps with pliers.
👤This was a replacement for the leaking hose end on my bicycle hand pump. I attached the barbed fitting to the hose end with 2 zip ties and cut off the old valve. The tire pressure on the small front tires needs to be in the 80's. I've seen no issues with this valve.
If you are not completely satisfied with their mini bicycle pump, they are willing to give you a replacement or a refund. Planet Bike ALX, SX, ST, STX, COMP and Sport Floor pumps are compatible with this. Both presto and Schrader valves are served by the auto valve. The package has dimensions of 3.25" L X 1" W X 5.75" H.
👤After years of reliable service, my pump head started leaking. The manufacturer didn't make a rebuild kit after I took it apart. I didn't know anything about bike pumps, so I read to understand whether I needed a head, head and hose or a whole new pump. I didn't find a lot of useful information online, so I'm going to tell you what I learned. The heads have a barb that fits inside the hose and a compression nut to hold the hose in place. The barb and hose seem to be the same size. One brand of pump head can be used on a different brand of pump. I've used three different heads from different manufacturers on the same pump and they all worked, but I don't know if this is true. The Planet Bike is the best of the three heads I've used. I like the Planet Bike Auto Head. The single hole on the Presta and Schrader valves works without the need to flip any internal parts. I'm not sure how the magic happens, but you just press the valve in as far as it'll go, flip the lock lever, and start pumping. I was skeptical at first, but it worked out great. There was minimal leakage. - When inflating the tires on our road bikes, I appreciate the fact that there is very little air coming out when disconnected. There is a It's small and helps my kid's BMX wheels that have little room around the valve stem. The head feels sturdy even though it's mostly plastic. The SKS only lasted 1 month. It's heavier and locks to the valve more firmly. There is a This is a 5-star purchase. Time will tell if it stays that way.
👤This comes with a valve head and a hose barb insert. It does not come with a nut for securing the hose barb. If you are replacing the valve head for a different model pump, you will need to make your own way to attach the hose to the barb and the head.
👤I bought my Planet Bike ALX floor pump from Amazon. It's been a solid pump, but I don't like the dual-head attachment because it's hard to push on or pull off the valve holes. I tried to blow up a ball using a needle. The head wouldn't let the needle go, so I couldn't pull it out. I broke the needle and damaged the pump head while trying to remove it. There is a I found this thing on Amazon. It was a perfect match for the ALX pump. I had to change heads and remove some of the fitting. In about 3 minutes my pump was working again. The new head was easier to attach and remove from the valve stem than the dual version. I think this is a great idea.
The air hose is open. This design can be used to inflate the tire and also to release the tire's gas when it's over inflated. Presta / Schrader valves are compatible with the SmartHead. The weight is 140 g / 4.93 oz.
👤I put this on my pump. The double ended head broke and I debated buying a new pump or fixing it. The decision to fix the old one was the right one. The single head for Presta and Schraeder valves is my favorite. The valve stem is easier to put on than the old head. I don't have to put the valve stem at ground level because the new hose is about a foot longer. Buy it. You will not regret it.
👤I bought this head to replace my head. The pump has a. The head is better at not losing air when attaching and removing the valve stem. It's more convenient that it works with both Presta and Schrader valves, without having to think about it. The head and lever are made of metal. The lever on the TwinHead is very difficult to flip. There is a The TwinHead has a button to release air if you over-inflate, but the SmartHead doesn't, so if you do, you have no way to release air without poking the valve. It's best to use the pump to get the inflation you want and avoid overshooting. Every other inflator I have has an air release button, so I have to remind myself. There is a The TwinHead is an upgrade kit, and some people swap their SmartHead for a TwinHead, and I did the opposite, so I guess to each their own. If the SmartHead had an air release button, it would be a clear winner. It turns out there is.
👤I have an old and reliable pump that I could not use anymore due to the pump head having to be screwed onto the stem. I have arthritis in my hands that makes it hard to move. In the past, it didn't bother me. I was looking for an exact replacement for the screw and flip lever. I didn't want to cut the hose and add another length. The Park tool pump rebuild kit would have fit the hose exactly. The size of the Park Tool pump head is great for people with arthritis. It is easy to grip and leverage. There is a The Topeak SmartHead upgrade kit allowed me to attach the 3 foot hose using a hose clamp and one of the 4 provided adapters, and then tighten everything and use the pump immediately. Modification was required but it was provided all the necessary pieces. A bargain to use my old pump. Even if I had to amputate a piece of my old friend, I'm happy because we keep working.
👤The kit comes with a number of things. The ad said "Auto adjust to Presta/Schrader". Not much. It worked well for Presta, but not great. It's not deep enough for a Presta valve, so it doesn't seal well, especially at high pressures used for road bikes. I could only get it to work on 20% of the time, but I couldn't get it to seal/pump at all. It worked well with a valve. I should have known that getting one interface to work for both would be a compromise since the diameter of the Presta valve is very different from the Schrader valve, so it would need to be sealed against. It was past the return date that I gave up on trying to get it to work, so I bought a Sunlite Twinhead Pump Hose Kit to replace it, which works better for both Presta and Schrader valves. There is a link to the Sunlite Twinhead on Amazon.
If there is a problem with delivery, please contact the Amazon service team first. The dual-purpose bike pump works by twisting the locking handle for either High Pressure or HV mode, and it does the work of two separate bikes. The high-pressure mode can be used to pump the suspensions while the low-pressure mode offers tire pumping ability. If you need a shock pump, switch it to HP if you need a tire pump, High Volume( HV) mode means more air output and lower pressure. Less air output with higher pressure is called High Pressure. Air hose design works on awkward value position. The body is built to last with high quality parts. It's easy to switch between Presta and Schrader valves and make a perfect mini bike pump for both road or mountain bikes. Don't worry with the adapter, get rid of it. A small company and light weight. The mini air pump is about the same length. The weight is approx. 9.84 inches. The portable bike pump is small enough to fit in any of your pockets or backpacks, and can be attached to the bike frame under the water bottle cage with the mounting brackets. It will be a great help on your journey. The design of the surface makes the pumping action more smooth and effortless. A slow-release button at the tip of the pump makes it easier to disengage after inflating with high-pressure air. If the pressure is too high, you can use the slow-release button.
👤The pump was up to 300 psi. I didn't think the gauge would be that high. I wanted to blow up bike tires. I can't do all of them with a 300 psi gauge. I didn't see the gauge move when I blew up the volleyball. I like the high pressure setting.
The BETO factory is located in Taiwan, it is the world's top manufacturer of cycling products, and it also produces bike pumps for many well-known brand owners. A new gauge. The new hammer style TwinHead is able to work with all tire valves. The bar has a max pressure of 160 psi. Includes ball and bladder needles.
👤Silca track pumps from 1984 are not known for their accurate gauge. The fact that this pump comes up about 1/2 atmosphere short when compared to a quality hand-held gauge is not surprising or worthy of star depletion. The red arrow marker on the gauge is a great way to factor in the extra 1/2 atmosphere of tire pressure. The gauge is a huge improvement over the previous one. The length of the hose is long. Not as long as my Silca, but more than adequate. The pump head is amazing. One end presta, the other end schrader and the lever are thrown. I'm not sure how it will hold up, but I'm willing to give it the benefit of my doubts. The pump action is authoritative. The travel length is shorter than the Silca, but it's not enough to get my chamois in a bunch over. A worthy successor.
👤This is the second floor pump I have purchased. The quality on both was excellent. The shaft is larger than I expected. I believe that both pumps will last a long time. The built-in pressure gauge appears to be accurate. The attachment mechanism for the air fitting is easy to use. This is a great pump.
👤This is near the top of the other reviews and top 10 sites. They are correct. The gauge is larger and easier to read than a cheap one. When you step on it to pump, it has a stamped metal base that holds the pump securely. The pump nozzle has a lock on one side and a lock on the other side, which determines the direction of the air flow. The marker on the gauge can be moved if hit, but only if you are close. The first 1/3 of the pump action is easy, but the compression gets harder as you get older, but it is easy enough for an adult. The pump has a couple of accessories that are securely fit on the pump by the gauge, after a few weeks of use and manhandling by my kids they are still in place, my old cheap pump lost those accessories almost immediately. It costs more but you get what you pay for. I think this pump will last a long time and will be worth two or more cheap pumps making it more economical in the long run.
👤They should include operation instructions. It is a superior pump, but having to watch a video on how to use it was a pain.
👤I bought this to replace an old pump and was pleasantly surprised. I also reviewed a lot of other pumps. I was most interested in the valve connector. The valve attachment for a presta valve is one of the best I've used. The pressure gauge was confirmed against a separate high end gauge. I am happy that I no longer have to struggle with attaching the pump to my presta valves with the added bonus of no leaks or losing air when attaching or removing the valve connector, I couldn't be happier with the purchase. When considering the quality and features of this pump, believe it's an excellent value.
The portable air compressor from Prow is a good buy. The air compressor tire inflator is made by a company that is leading in quality and gives a 2-year manufacturer's warranty with outstanding customer service. The floor pump has an easy to read gauge. The handle is comfortable.
👤The pump is skinny and does not hold enough air so it takes twice as many pumps as other pumps of this size. I inflated tires for kids. It felt like a workout. There is a The gauge is useless. First of all, the markings are not correct. Look at the photo. The bars are between the tens. What is that suppose to mean? The bar is 2.5 psi. The normal gauge has 10 or 5 bars between the tens. It's a representation of 1 or 2 psi. There is a The first mark on the gauge is 10 psi. There are no marks for inflating a soccer ball which has 3-4 psi. There is a The lock is working. It takes a number of attempts to get it to start pumping.
👤Amazon's choice? It's not good. The 20 year old Nashbar one works intermittently but does a better job. This pump is flimsy and cheap. It's difficult to use. It takes forever to inflate a bike tire to 90psi and it leaks air in the process. I used a Bontrager pump to fill the tube. The tire was completely filled by the Bontrager. It must take 3-4 times as long. Maybe its barrel is too small. This one's barrel was about the same size as the Bontrager barrel. The valves and pressure gauge are the only nice features. Unless you're only pumping up a soccer ball or basketball, it's useless. You're pumping for something. I wouldn't recommend it to anyone. I would've returned it if I hadn't let the 30 day return policy get away from me.
👤How to fix a presta valve bike tire. Take off the bike tire valve cap and set the pump level to neutral. You can find a gasket insert Grey screw cap and gasket inside the bike valve insert and the pump valve lower gasket. Out (Arrow Point at Grey Cap Valve) Pump 25 times to reach 80 PSI and then turn the valve lever back to neutral. If you messed up the seating of the gasket and position of the bike pump, you should not have heard about the leak. There is a Remove grey cap from valve's while keeping pump valve steady. Pull away the pump valve quickly, then remove the grey cap and gasket. Throughout this process, no air should be out. Enjoy the inflated tires. It took half an hour to figure it out. Lots of reviews flaming product, they don't know how to use it. Not sending out more instructions is a problem for partially sellers. Good luck.
👤You can start by putting the connection on the valve stem and locking it up. You have to turn the lock on the tire to release the valve head. A flaw in the design of the'smart' valve head causes the air in the tire to blow out. My solution so far is to overfill the tire to make up for the loss of pressure, and to remove the smart valve head from the bike's valve stem. I wish I'd known about this before I bought it. The buyer should beware.
The product is an air pump. It is compatible with the floor pump of the company. The name of the company is BV-GF31P. For Presta and Schrader valves. Lockable design to prevent air leaks.
👤I feel like I'm almost going to break the lever if I try to wrench it on to the valve after attaching the head. I finally found a head that works. It didn't fit on my existing hose, but a little bit of epoxy solved that problem.
👤Most of the tires in my life are presta. The head is easy to flip and hold firmly. Park makes a head that you don't need to use. It makes sense in a shop, but not at home. I put this head on a compressor line and not on a floor pump.
👤I bought this to replace the head on my Joe Blow pump, it works great and no more air leaks when I'm pumping my tires.
👤I needed a replacement for a part that someone lost and this is a good pump.
👤It works well. It's convenient to have both types of air valves.
👤It is easy to replace a worn out part.
👤Every time I use it, there are leaks. Can't get a good fit. The lock lever is difficult to move. Worse than the one I was replacing.
👤The head works well. It came with a hose that I needed to replace my old one. It was easy.
Bicycle tire pump parts products from Sks. In this article about bicycle tire pump parts you can see why people choose the product. Planet Bike and Pyramid are also good brands to look for when you are finding bicycle tire pump parts.
Sks, Planet Bike and Pyramid are some of the best brands that chosen by people for bicycle tire pump parts. Find the detail in this article. Cyclospirit, Sunlite and Topeak are also brands that their products are worth to check.