|商品尺寸||62.23 x 26.67 x 14.99 cm; 1.13 公斤|
|款式特征||快速 T 型阀:法式阀和舒拉德阀|
|运动类型||铁人三项, 自行车, 户外生活方式, 划船|
|包装清单||Inflatable Pool Toy Valve, Glueless Puncture Kit, Sports Ball Inflation Needle|
|适用性别||中性 -- 成人|
|型号||Vibrelli Bike Floor Pump with Gauge - High Pressure 160 PSI - Presta Valve Bike Pump Automatically Switches to Schrader - Bicycle Pump Comes With Glueless Puncture Kit|
Vibrelli 带仪表自行车脚泵 - 高压 160 PSI - Presta 阀门自行车泵自动切换到 Schrader - 自行车泵配有无胶穿刺套件
Vibrelli Bike Floor Pump with Gauge & Puncture Kit - 160 PSI - Presta Valve Bike Pump Switches to Schrader - High Pressure Bicycle Pump
- 大精度量规:Vibrelli的自行车泵采用高压精度设计和测试。 自行车泵压力计大、准确、易于阅读。
- 快速T型阀:Presta阀门自行车泵也可给Schrader阀门充气,只需轻触开关即可。 自行车轮胎泵上的“Rapid T阀”密封强劲，不会漏水。
- 充气至 160 PSI:Vibrelli 的自行车轮胎泵经过高压精度测试,是完美的公路自行车泵
- 包括:自行车气泵配有紧急无胶穿刺工具,不会被路上或路上弄坏! 包括充气球针和充气设备的阀门,因此您可以将自行车泵用于游泳池玩具和运动球上
- Ironclad 保修:Vibrelli 地板泵经久耐用,这就是为什么它有 5 年制造商保修
- Large Accurate Gauge: Vibrelli’s bike pump with gauge is built and tested for high pressure precision. The bicycle pump pressure gauge is large, accurate, and easy to read.
- Rapid T-Valve: Presta valve bike pump also inflates Schrader valves, with a simple flick of a switch. The “Rapid T-Valve” on the bike tire pump seals strong with no annoying leaks
- Inflates to 160 PSI: With a strong steel barrel and reinforced handle, Vibrelli’s bicycle tire pump is tested for accuracy to high pressure, it’s the perfect road bike pump
- Includes: Bike air pump comes with an Emergency Glueless Puncture Kit, so you don’t get caught on the road or trail with a flat! Includes ball inflation needle and valve for inflatable devices, so you can use your bicycle pump for pool toys and sports bal
- Ironclad Warranty: The Vibrelli Floor Pump is built to last, which is why it’s backed with a 5-Year Manufacturer’s Warranty
兼容 Presta 和 Schrader
和社交骑手。 采用特殊的"快速 T 型阀"设计,可轻松切换Presta 和 Schrader 阀。
高压泵至 160 PSI
我们的地板泵可充气至 160 PSI 高压,是所有骑手的高性能公路自行车泵。
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Accuracy: five stars (it's really pretty good, there).
Easy to read: three (no better and no worse than my last built in tire pump gauge).
Easy to use: three. Maybe two. But that's without comparison; in comparison to other units, probably threeish to fourish stars.
They did a good job on the release lever, but it still takes a lot of hand strength to open and close it (and uncomfortable rotation of the hands and wrist to do it well).
I put a knee against the rear tire, after rotating it towards my face (but a bit lower in angle; closer to horizontal than if directly facing). The angle is more dictated by where my knee is going.
The idea is to keep the valve on the pump aligned perfectly to the valve stem of the inner tube, to preserve the life of the tube's stem.
Tub stems are a common failure point; have ruined more than one tube by using a pump on them - would not call that 'misuse' so much as failure to adapt to conditions as they are found, rather than as they really should be.
Tube manufacturers are not doing a good job at this; the pumps need to be redesigned for this reality, in this writer's opinion. ;)
One of the two fittings (the grey one) unscrewed on its own, but was caught early. This is now something checked before every use.
Air comes out the back end of the valve during seating, so cover that with a thumb until the lever/bail is thrown; once it is, this is not an issue.
This might even be a feature, since it gives very positive feedback as to if the closure engaged (and opened the system to pumping.
The alternative is to pump against only the pressure charge in the rubber hose, with the tube valve never having opened, after all). In that instance, the pressure rises very (very) fast with each stroke, so that's another giveaway.
I don't remember any of these issues as a kid (in the 1960's) so really not sure what's going on, exactly. I think most of our pumps were thread-on fitted; these modern ones are quick-release; that may be the root of the issue.
Sometimes the pump's fitting just doesn't open a valve; the previous pump used in the shop finally stopped opening valves at all reliably.
This pump valve-closure fitting (with the blow-back feature I mentioned) at least gives you a chance to know that you've hit the sweet spot (on a Presta valve, which usually what I run, here; though I also run Schraeder, which has the delicate rubber valve stem issue, on those tubes).
Would buy again (I seem to remember liking the price paid; long time ago; have been using this for quite some time, now - still works about as well as the first day it arrived here).
I rarely stow the rubber hose on the provided clips. I seem to recall there are two of them (nice to have both).
Used a red Sharpie <tm> to mark the gauge rim in two zones (one for 65 lb and one for 95 lb) so that I don't have to read the numbers on the dial - just watch the needle and the red markings I'd made.
I'd say I already got my money's worth (in today's throw-away society) out of this pump - if it broke tomorrow I'd call it a fair exchange. Showing no signs of doing so; expect to get 5+ more years out of it.