Cannondale Precise Floor Pump review – simple, effective and with a really nice gauge

The large volume barrel makes topping up your tyres much faster – although each stroke does require more force

Image shows the Cannondale Precise Floor Pump
(Image credit: Andy Turner)
Cycling Weekly Verdict

A very effective and powerful track pump that offers great precision due to the oversized gauge. Smaller riders may find the large amount of pressure applied per pump more difficult to manage, but overall Cannondale's Precise Floor Pump works absolutely perfectly for a good price.

Reasons to buy
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    Sizeable, visible gauge

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    Pumps tyres up quickly

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    Can fit different valves

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    Does not need much valve showing to get a grip

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    Bleed valve

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    Good value

Reasons to avoid
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    A bit big and heavy for smaller riders

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    150psi max pressure, so track riders might want more

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    No build-up option for tubeless fitting

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Cannondale started in 1971, in a garage, in Connecticut, and went on to revolutionise the use of carbon and aluminium in road bikes and mountain bikes. In 2022 they worked with both the EF Education–Tibco–SVB and EF Education–EasyPost World Tour cycling teams. 

Cannondale itself has a full range of road, tri, gravel and mountain bikes along with kids', urban and e-bikes. Along with bikes and frames, they also have a full repertoire of components, on bike gear, accessories and tools to support all cycling endeavours – including a line competing with the best bike pumps.

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