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  • park tool FTW

  • Joe Blow sport, the yellow one, ftmfw.

    Can get 300 psi out of mine, had it over a year and no problems what so ever.

  • Nothing wrong with using the SEARCH tool and maybe continuing a thread on the same topic?

    Not cumpulsory of course.

  • Nothing wrong with using the SEARCH tool and maybe continuing a thread on the same topic?

    Not cumpulsory of course.

    :-)

  • I bought a Silca "supapista" (a bit too tall for me really!), but the standard "Pista" is fine, we have one kicking round out workshop @ work 25+ years old, usual quirks, but it works fine. Spares are available from all good cycle shops. For 20-30 notes its a fair investment (my lungs and liver have been lavished in comparison!!) 8)

    Edit: The only reason I bought the "Supapista" model is because I was suckered in by the dapper wooden handle!

  • Decathlon do a cheap one with smart nozzle (works on both presta and schraeder) which has served me well for over a year

  • park tool FTW

    +1

    Very happy with mine and it was only £20.

    Silica and Joe Blow are reputable.

    Use the search next time (as mentioned above).

  • Joe Blow + 1 They work fine.

  • Bumped from http://www.londonfgss.com/thread15367.ht­ml

    Been looking into this myself.

    A quick search and read, gave the Joe Blow Sport as the best value for money, and the SKS rennkommpressor as maybe the most durable (the 75th anni version looks sweet too http://www.bike24.com/p26193.html).

    In the end I went for a compromise and ordered a Park tools PFP 4 yesterday (have a few park tools, like em).

  • cheers guy, will search next time too!

  • don't know if it's any good but the on one pump is on sale for a tenner here
    http://www.planet-x-warehouse.co.uk/acat­alog/Accessories.html

  • OOO anyone know if its any good or what psi it goes up to?

  • This one looks real nice. 65 EUR though.
    http://www.bike24.com/p26193.html


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  • I ordered this one yesterday though, park tools PFP 4. Cheaper (£30, ebay).

  • Just dont get a cheap one off eBay . . . this err 'friend' of mine did, and it's shit.

    Superpista's FTW

  • Anybody got one of these? They look durable:

  • Bumped from http://www.londonfgss.com/thread15367.ht­ml

    Been looking into this myself.

    A quick search and read, gave the Joe Blow Sport as the best value for money, and the SKS rennkommpressor as maybe the most durable (the 75th anni version looks sweet too http://www.bike24.com/p26193.html).

    In the end I went for a compromise and ordered a Park tools PFP 4 yesterday (have a few park tools, like em).

    Now in pocession of said pump. Nice and sturdy, really like it. Pumps past 10 Bar with practically no effort (not that I run 10 bar in my tyres)

  • Edinburgh bike do this, had it 2 years.
    http://snipurl.com/b5p9f
    good value & easy & not a problem. Accommodates Presta/Schrader with no fuss.

  • The Joe Blow is amazing. I've had it for 3 years and have had no problems with it.

  • i've got a joe blow, and a spare old joe blow, besides.
    the first one stopped working last summer after a friend had used it, and i was unable to repair it so got one at discount through another friend. in any case, if anyone wants to take the first (broken, but possibly reparable), you're welcome to it for free.

  • I have the £15 Edinburgh Bike pump. It works. 'Nuff said.

  • Any views on the Bonty Charger?

  • People seem to be rating the Joe Blow. I really dont like mine. Only 6 months old and the conection with the presta valve is rubbish. It leaks nearly as much air as it puts in.

  • Bumped from http://www.londonfgss.com/thread15367.ht­ml

    Been looking into this myself.

    A quick search and read, gave the Joe Blow Sport as the best value for money, and the SKS rennkommpressor as maybe the most durable (the 75th anni version looks sweet too http://www.bike24.com/p26193.html).

    In the end I went for a compromise and ordered a Park tools PFP 4 yesterday (have a few park tools, like em).

    A guy I know has the normal Rennkommpressor and he seems to think for ~£50 it's the best pump. He even said it's best in the £100 category.

  • E*ans have a Bontrager one for 20 quid which is working just fine for me.

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