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Topeak JoeBlow Sport 2 Floor Pump

$49.99
Topeak JoeBlow Sport 2 Floor Pump - Dick's Sporting Goods
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Product Information:

The Topeak® JoeBlow™ Sport 2 Floor Pump features a large, easy-to-read gauge with PSI and bar index. The hardened steel base provides stability, and the oversized, padded handle adds comfort, so pumping is a breeze. The rotating connection keeps the hose tangle free, and the dock protects the hose and head when not in use. For convenient storage, the included ball and bladder needles fit neatly in their own holder.
FEATURES:

  • Double-sided TwinHead™
  • Works with Presta, Schraeder and Dunlop style valves
  • Steel barrel and base
  • Extra-long 360° pivot hose
  • Ball/bladder adapters included
  • 160 PSI/11 bar
  • Model: 62002035
  • Topeak
Country of Origin: Taiwan
Web ID: 12921865

Customer Reviews:

Rated 5 out of 5 by 1 reviewer.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Very Good Pump, Good Durability I've probably owned five similar pumps, including many that cost 2x+, and this one has served us well for 7 years, and is still going strong. I use it for everything from our road and mountain bikes (most presta, some schrader) to inflating athletic balls. The built-in pressure gauge is high pressure, so it doesn't work for athletic balls (you have to guestimate / squeeze-test). The air volume is average; it takes ~five strokes to fill a low 29er MTB tire, it only takes two or three strokes to take a low 23c road tire (70 lbs) up to 110 lbs. I take this pump in the truck with me when I drive to rides, so it get's moved around a lot, and takes a beating, but I haven't had to replace anything yet (chuck/hose/gauge). May 14, 2012
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