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Superb little pump. No lever - the knurled knob is used to screw the pump head onto the Presta valve. It is Presta valve only, so those reviewers that have criticised this item after failing to use it on Schrader valves are out of order.
I have just ordered a second pump for my race bike, after successfully using one on my Winter bike over the last year. My only minor criticism is the Velcro strap, that gets a little grubby after prolonged use - the solution is to remove it and give it a good clean with soap and water. The pump achieves very good pressures, and is reasonably quick too. As I see it, a pump is an emergency gizmo to get you out of trouble. It has to be reliable, This little pump ticks all those boxes, and its very lightweight, and well made.
Very portable and easy to use.
Not practical to use
Thank you for taking time out and reviewing the product. We are sorry to have not given you the desired satisfaction you were looking for.
This Pump can Inflate up to: 8 bars/116 PSI (Road, Hybrid, City, & Kids' bike tyres). If you have more feedback to share with us on what could improve on this product we would be more than happy to hear from you and improve to only help you and all our users with better useage.
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Super compact. I like it.
Easy to use
Dear Miqdam, thank you for taking the time to write the review! We are truly sorry to hear that our product did not meet your expectations. We have read your feedback and would like to contact you personally in case you would like to highlight any other shortfalls in our product for us to improve ourselves in satisfying your needs as your satisfaction is our top priority.
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Small... Can be kept in your tube bag... And light weight
Best for emergency
Yet another quality product from Decathlon..
Awesome delivery nice working.. no faults on the pump till now. Even able to pump air to scooty
Worst pump i've seen it stucks in the valve and it breaks it
We regret the inconvenience caused.
The usage of hand pumps need us to be a little extra careful as it is not a tube that connects to the valve but the pump itself, during which if the force applied is high, it can be a reason for the valve breaking at the joint.
To Avoid this, the pump head must be screwed in completely before pumping, next as seen in the video just support the head of the pump and the valve so that the force applied while pumping isn't on the valve completely, finally unthread the pump completely before removing it from the valve.
Hope this helps.
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