Recommend me a track pump £35 or less
Looking at Blackburn air tower (?), Topeak Joe Blow, Lezyne Steel floor drive, Specialized air tool.
Any experiences with any of these or ones i may have missed off? No tesco or aldi offerings as i have broken 2 of those in the last 6 months. Must have good warranty/be rebuild-able which i am aware that Blackburn are good for that)
Most interested in Lezyne as its at my LBSPosted 8 years agorolfharrisMember
I've had the Topeak for about 3 years now and it's great.
We use Bontrager Super and Turbo Charger pumps in the workshop and I'd say avoid them. They're not particularly good in terms of reliability. WE've also got an Innovations one that's the fastest one I've used and is good quality- quicker than the Topeak, similar build quality.Posted 8 years agoRealManMember
I've had a specialized air tool for ages. The very bottom, plastic model I think. Works brilliant, even bought one for a mate as a birthday present, and he likes it as well.
Has enough puff to enflate and seal tubeless tyres, so I dont need a compressor or cartridges as well.Posted 8 years agocoatesyMember
Don't be tempted by the Max version if you go for a Joe Blow, they feel horrible to use(really nasty plasticky handle), and unless you're a heavyweight with arms of steel you'll never get to a high pressure with it(though in fairness they do push in a lot of air per stroke).Posted 8 years agomomentumMember
I've had the joe blow for about five years, mostly used on road tyres where it gets 120 psi with no problem. Been ultra reliable and always performed well which is all you can ask for really. Have read that the Lezyne stuff is all well made so sure you won't go wrong with that either.Posted 8 years agoBimblerMember
've had a specialized air tool for ages. The very bottom, plastic model I think. Works brilliant, even bought one for a mate as a birthday present, and he likes it as well.
Has enough puff to enflate and seal tubeless tyres, so I dont need a compressor or cartridges as well.
This. It works on my car and trailer too.Posted 8 years ago
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