Bikehut/Halfords track pump

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esuhl
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Bikehut/Halfords track pump

Postby esuhl » 11 Nov 2017, 9:37pm

I bought this pump about a year ago for £17 on special offer. It's £25 now.

http://www.halfords.com/cycling/bike-ma ... with-gauge

I'm really impressed with it. It clips on easily to both Presta and Schraeder valves (without need to change anything), has a clear gauge, and for the money I can't really fault it.

A couple of friends have expensive branded track pumps. One has a really narrow chamber (so it takes more pumping) and a really fiddly screw-on attachment that lets half the air out when detach the pump, and the other one has a fiddly adaptor to switch between Presta/Schraeder.

Dunno if this helps anyone... :-)

rmurphy195
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Re: Bikehut/Halfords track pump

Postby rmurphy195 » 21 Nov 2017, 8:30pm

esuhl wrote:I bought this pump about a year ago for £17 on special offer. It's £25 now.

http://www.halfords.com/cycling/bike-ma ... with-gauge

I'm really impressed with it. It clips on easily to both Presta and Schraeder valves (without need to change anything), has a clear gauge, and for the money I can't really fault it.

A couple of friends have expensive branded track pumps. One has a really narrow chamber (so it takes more pumping) and a really fiddly screw-on attachment that lets half the air out when detach the pump, and the other one has a fiddly adaptor to switch between Presta/Schraeder.

Dunno if this helps anyone... :-)


I've had a similar one for 2 or 3 years, slightly different barrel (higher volume) and the pressuren gauge is at the bottom but looks like the same schrader/presta nozzle. been very happy with it, used on both bikes (one presta, one schrader) and the car and caravan. Very handy
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