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Blackburn Chamber HV Floor Pump

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    Pumped up.

    If you've ever spent way too much time and expended far too many CO2 cartridges trying to seat a tubeless mountain bike tire with a floor pump better suited for skinny, high PSI road tires, you'll appreciate the utility of the Blackburn Chamber HV Floor Pump. It trades a low, 50 PSI/3.4 Bar max pressure for massive air volume to make quick work of airing up those knobbies, and its four-inch gauge lets you know exact pressures in both PSI and Bar measurements. Small touches such as a 47in hose for extra reach, a durably oversized main body, a hose keeper, and an alloy cap and lever on the pump head make this floor pump a lasting, convenient addition to your collection.

    • Convenient floor pump designed for tubeless tires
    • High volume air stroke seats tricky beads
    • Large, easy-to-read pressure gauge
    • Compatible with Presta, Schrader, and Dunlop valves
    • Item #BLB002P

    Tech Specs

    Valve Type
    AnyValve (universal)
    Max Pressure
    50 PSI, 3.4 bar
    Hose Length
    47 in
    Recommended Use
    cycling
    Manufacturer Warranty
    lifetime

    Tech Specs

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    The best mountain bike pump. Period.

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    Love this pump! The gauge only goes to 50 so you can dial in your pressures just right. Seems to be built like a tank and air hose connections and pressure release valve are very nice. Only drawback is that it only comes in this camo color and is a little on the large side but as far as I know there's no other pump like it. If you mountain bike for reals you should def get this pump.

    Awesome for Plus Size Fat Tires 2.8 -5.0

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    Fat tires are hyper sensitive to PSI and this is an ideal pump for 2.8 to 5.0. My 650b 3.0 mountain bike tire's are sensitive to 3 PSI and my fat bike 26 4.8 tire's are hyper sensitive to 1 PSI. These PSI differences are enough to cause a tire bounce or pinch, both are bad riding experiences and can cause you to fall or have a miserable time. This bike pump will show you the difference of 1 PSI so you can really dial in the best ride.

    I have a normal bike pump too and although that works better on high PSI tires, this Blackburn pump is a way better tool for mountain bike tires under 40 PSI.

    The quality appears that it may last 30+ years. As for bike pumps, I don't care how ugly it looks, but this one does look cool.

    Yes, we have gotten to a place in time where you actually need two different types of pumps.

    Awesome for Plus Size Fat Tires 2.8 -5.0

    Pump It Up

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    This is the ideal bike pump, the high volume chamber makes tubeless set up a breeze and the pressure gauge ensures my tires are always dialed to spec.

    The bottle opener and camo colorway are added features I enjoy.


    Great pump

      This pump was surprisingly high quality. Very sturdy and doesn’t seem cheap in any way. There is one thing that I’ve noticed that isn’t really a big deal, but I feel like it could be improved. It is kind of hard to to get in on the valve sometimes and so the air doesn’t want to enter the tire. Besides that, fantastic pump. The giant gauge is awesome.

      Beefy

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      Great bike pump, the best one I've used to this date. Less pumps for weak chumps! The dial is also huge and easy to read. It's also got a beer bottle opener for those days working on the bike, what else could you ask for?

      High volume makes your triceps happy

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      Most of the bike in my quiver are no narrower than 2.1 so why I didn't get this pump before is beyond me. I was using a high pressure pump meant for road bikes on all these and really getting a tricep workout each time. I'm all for multi-tasking, but it seemed like an efficient pump would make my life easier. This one has been perfect so far! Love the large gauge and the air release valve to really dial in the pressure on my plus and MTB tires. Bottle opener is a nice touch. I did try to set up my new wheels tubeless using it with no luck. That could be the tire and wheel combo though. Highly recommend!

      Great Pump

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times

      I have used this pump for the past month and it has been great. It is easy to use, attach and take off, and the gauge is super easy to read. It is on the more expensive side but it is worth spending a little extra so you do not have to buy another pump the next year.

      Perfect Pump for MTB's

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      Yes its expensive, but its worth it and I would buy another in a heartbeat. Huge gauge (good for people in their mid 40's ha ha) - perfect for dialing in the proper pressure. I use it on plus tires and standard MTB tires. Very solid feeling unlike many other pumps, very solid base, etc. Perfect for tubeless if you don't want to use an air compressor to seat the tires. Its a high volume pump. If running presta valves you will most likely need to flip the gasket in the head(easy to do). Best MTB pump on the market.

      This pump is sweet

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      I know what you're thinking... its just a pump, right? I bought this when i switched to a plus tire setup as I needed something that had a gauge that would give me enough detail to tell the difference between say 16 and 18 PSI. The gauge on this is huge, the base is really solid, the high volume chamber means that less pumping is involved, and to top it off, it comes with a bottle opener on it for post ride beverages. All things, considered, this pump is very reasonably priced for what you get.

      I'll Drink To That.

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times

      I bought this pump to fill my tubeless tires. It worked...and it worked well. Previously I've used my best friend's motorized air pump, which works a treat. Recently I decided to come into my own on the mtn bike scene, and with this pump I didn't miss a beat. I'll admit, it was tenuous at first, but once I got it dialed in, it worked without fuss!

      TLDR. If you need a pump for a tubless set up, this one works damn well! It also has a bottle opener attached to it, so that's good.

      The correct pump for MTB's

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times

      Nice, large easy to read gauge. Large volume pump. Comfortable handle. The valve head is easy to use and seals well. The 'camo' paint job needs to go. But, that's just me being picky. Overall, this seems to be the best floor pump for low pressure tubeless tires.

      Pure Mountain Bike Pump

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times

      I recently broke my pump that I keep in my car for summers and after getting a chance to use this one I was sold. I love the fat chamber and the insanely giant and accurate gauge. PLUS....the handle can be changed out for any pair of handlebars one might have lying around! Bonus! Pics coming soon. Who knew a pump could bring so much happiness

      Fill Your Fat Tires Up Right

        Bought this on a whim, and sure am glad I did. I didn't really need another pump, but now I don't really use any other pump. This pump is well constructed, has an amazing and accurate gauge, and I love the release button on back of the valve, to really dial in your pressure needs. I'm not sure how I ever pumped up mountain bike tires before hand, my pressure must have been all over the place.

        Get pumped

        • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

        If your garage is full of mountain bikes, make room for the Chamber HV pump. Gone are my days of guesstimating pressure around the 20PSI line. The Chambers massive dial, and individual PSI marks make setting exact pressures a cinch. If there was any flaw in the pump, its that the dial going up to 50 PSI was too much, they could have easily stopped at 30-35 PSI for modern mountain tires, even that might be on the high end. The unit as a whole is solid and stable. The metal base keeps it upright without issue, and the hose is plenty long, and has a good clip to keep it wrapped around the pump when not in use. I can easily reach valve stems with my bike in the stand. The machined handle is bolted on with the same 31.6 clamp of a handlebar. In the future maybe I'll put some cut down bars and grips on it for a personal touch.

        Get pumped

        precision

        • Familiarity: I've used it several times

        For me this pump was a luxury, could I have lived without it? Probably but really getting the pressure spot on is really very nice. The gauge is nice and big, super easy to read. The pump action was very smooth and easy to pump. It's one of those things that now that I own one I couldn't live without.

        Modern Volume and Resolution

        • Familiarity: I've used it several times

        Traditional floor pumps hail back to the days of 6-day races in the velodrome and rock-hard tubular tires. Most of them have skinny barrels and gauges that go up to astronomical pressures that no one approaches anymore. 170 psi? I can't even imagine putting that much air in a tire! The Mountain bikes in my stable have tires 2.4 inches wide or bigger, , and will never see pressures greater than 20 psi. The Blackburn Chamber HV Floor Pump is higher volume, with a gauge that reads to 50 psi, so it inflates big tires fast, and reads much more accurately than most pumps that are made for skinny tires and high pressures. I can put 17 psi in my tires andgo for a ride, and if they're too firm I'll dial it back to 15 psi next time! The wide knurled aluminum pump handles are a nice touch, and the gauge has the single-pound increments that plus-and-fat-bike riders need. I would say that Blackburn didn't go far enough with the 50-pound gauge--they could have made a big gauge that only went to 25 or 30 psi. I'll hold on to my old pump for road tires, but or everything knobby, the Blackburn chamber HV is my go-to!

        Modern Volume and Resolution