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Birzman Pump Up Tubeless Tyre Pump

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Product Description

Key Features:
  • 1.2L canister, sufficient psi for most tubeless tires.
  • Compatible with all existing floor pumps.
  • Threaded valve head for use with both Presta and Schrader.
  • Rotational switch on head to control for immediate air release.
  • Sleek cylindrical shape of great portability.
  • Head: Threaded valve head (Presta / Schrader)
  • Barrel: CNC machined aluminium / High polymer
  • Capacity: 220 psi / 15 bar
  • Size: 12.3 x 8.1 x 36cm
  • Volume: 1.2 L

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Birzman Pump Up Tubeless Tyre Pump Reviews

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Build Quality
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Performance
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by Anonymous user on 07/03/2020

I purchased this to replace a Tubeless Inflator that I had made myself from a 2L Coke bottle and some spare valves. I can honestly say that not only did my home made unit to a better job, my track pump is actually more useful on it's own. There are 2 key problems with this unit. 1) there is no way to affix the hose to your valve with the core removed. For trickier to seat tyres this is essential to get a large volume of air in. 2) If you remove the value from the unit and try push-fitting the hose directly to the open valve it still does;t work, as the bore of the hose is far too small. To prove the point I used this on my super easy to seal MTB tyres that are usually fine with a track pump and removed core. It couldn't even manage these. If you're in the market for an infiltrator do avoid this. The way to seat a Tyre is to get more air in that can leak out through the unseated bead, which is far more about volume than pressure.

I purchased this to replace a Tubeless Inflator that I had made myself from a 2L Coke bottle and some spare valves. I can honestly say that not only did my home made unit to a better job, my track pump is actually more useful on it's own. There are 2 key problems with this unit. 1) there is no way to affix the hose to your valve with the core removed. For trickier to seat tyres this is essential to get a large volume of air in. 2) If you remove the value from the unit and try push-fitting the hose directly to the open valve it still does;t work, as the bore of the hose is far too small. To prove the point I used this on my super easy to seal MTB tyres that are usually fine with a track pump and removed core. It couldn't even manage these. If you're in the market for an infiltrator do avoid this. The way to seat a Tyre is to get more air in that can leak out through the unseated bead, which is far more about volume than pressure.

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Build Quality: 3.5/5
Performance: 1/5
Value For Money: 1/5

Bike Pumps Guide

What are bike pumps?

A bike pump is essential for keeping your tyres inflated, preventing pesky pinch punctures and providing more efficient riding. Tyres gradually deflate even if your bike stays inactive for a while, so it’s good practice to top them up as often as you can.

Who needs a bike pump?

Anyone with a bike. A mini pump or CO2 cannister can be vital in getting you home after a puncture, or to work on time if you’re commuting.

What are the choices?

Traditional pumps are easy to use and inexpensive to buy. A hand pump is operated with a pumping action and is available in standard or mini size. Both types can be fitted to eyelets in your bike frame or smaller pumps will fit in a saddle bag. Track or floor pumps are great for the garage – inflating high psi levels in just a couple of movements. CO2 cannister instantly release air into your tyres and are diminutive in size.

What should I buy with it?

If your pump isn’t compatible the valve on your tyre (Presta or Schrader) you may need to buy an adaptor. CO2 cartridges require a small adaptor for use.

Anything else?

A gauge is a good way of seeing how much air you’ve added, preventing the dreaded pop sound from an overambitious inflation. Also, NEVER take CO2 cartridges with you on an aeroplane!

See our Bike pump guide for more.

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