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Prop it. Pump it. Ride it.
The Topeak Transformer Floor Pump lets you forget the hassle of propping your bike on some foreign object while you inflate your tires and adjust air pressure. Adjustable seat and chainstay hooks slide up and down to accommodate a wide variety of bike sizes and frame types, while the built-in legs support your bike much like a kickstand. Both the hooks and legs fold out of the way when you're not using them, helping to reduce overall bulk.
The pump itself is made of lightweight alloy for durability and ease of transport. Its SmartHead features an air-release button for compatibility with both Presta and Schrader valves. Maximum pressure is 160PSI, with an easy-reading gauge for precise inflation. Moreover, it includes a ball/bladder needle and Dunlop valve adapter.
- Deployable, adjustable seat and chainstay hooks
- Foldable kickstand legs
- SmartHead works with Presta, Schrader valves
- Top-mount pressure gauge
- 160PSI maximum pressure
- Item #TOP000E
- Q & A
Best floor pump
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
Sure there are pumps that have similar features. I have not tried them. I have a Specialized floor pump from 1990 that still works well, but I wanted a pump with some extras that I could put in the car when I drive out to bike parks or races. This pump well designed, well made, and has been very durable so far (1 year of use). Having the gauge on the pump handle works well for me since I don't have to have my glasses on to see the readout. The bike stand clips are very clever and very useful. The pump's extra long hose length rocks. I am very happy with my purchase. I would recommend to my friends in a heartbeat.
Why give bad review if you have no use
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
Why the heck is someone giving a bad review of a product you:
1. Have no use of
2. Have not bought
Totally not understandable.
this thing is great being on a race-event, making three crits over the day. You can put your bike on this stand and do not have to lean it onto something... where it might roll down and fall.
innovative or over-engineered?
The next time I'm in the middle of the desert with nothing to lean my bike against I suppose I'll wish I had a stand built into a floor pump. Barring that scenario this seems a little unnecessary.