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Core 3 Floor Pump

2.5 out of 5 stars
2 Reviews



Core 3 Floor Pump

It is finally the end of the work day and you're feeling antsy to get out and ride. So, it's a disappointment to find your steed with a flat. This Core 3 Floor Pump is an economical option that has the same basic functionality of the Core Pro Pump by Blackburn. It'll fill any tire valve you can think of quickly and accurately thanks to an oversized pump shaft, and an easy-to-read aviation pressure gauge. Don't let a flat tire hold you back from a great afternoon escape.


  • Economical pump that solves your flat tire problems
  • Conveniently works with Schrader, Presta, Dunlop valves
  • Easy-to-read aviation pressure gauge
  • Item #BLBJ01U
Valve Type
Schrader, Presta, Dunlop
Max Pressure
Hose Length
button on pump head
Claimed Weight
3lb 14.72oz
Manufacturer Warranty

Overall Rating

2.5 based on 2 ratings

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2 out of 5 stars

May 18, 2022

Doesn't work

I've used it several times

Gauge is easy to read, but I've had this less than a year, and it seems like only about one in ten of my strokes actually puts any air into the tire. The rest of the effort is lost as it sounds like the air bleeds out somewhere before getting into the tire. Was a waste of money, i already have to buy a new floor pump.

Brian B
3 out of 5 stars

July 8, 2021

Crapped out after 4 months of use

I've put it through the wringer

Tall pump. Worked great for a few months, but then had to pump really fast to get the pump to fill our tires. Seems like a faulty seal in the pump stand. Easily exchangeable head. Difficult to get to engage the threads on the stem. You have to keep pressure the filler valve on the tire stem and pushing down on the engagement lever. This is harder to do when the valve is at the top of the tire rotation.

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