We managed 120 strokes for 60psi, at which point the pump, and our hands, were struggling to push any more air home.
Well priced, comfy to use
Not much at this price
This is the cheapest on test by some distance, but going on past experience of BBB products, we dared to hope that it might make a reasonable fist of standing up to the opposition.
It’s a chunky, unassuming design and it does feel a bit cheap, but in use it was a real giant slayer.
The connection was leak-free and the ergonomic handle (one of the more comfy on test) pushed home a very positive action that was almost up there with the Topeak and Truflo.
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