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  • SKS Air X-Press Control Track Pump (Gauge)
  • SKS Air X-Press Control Track Pump (Gauge)
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Presta / Schrader
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SKS Air X-Press Control Track Pump (Gauge)

Lightweight plastic floor pump with precision gauge.

Features:

  • Valve: All kinds of valves
  • Length: 554mm
  • Output max: 8 bar / 115 PSI
  • Precision gauge bar / PSI
  • Multi valve head with thumb lock lever

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  • Colour: Black
  • Valve: Presta / Schrader
Rated 3.3 out of 5 by 4 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by So far I like it I use it for MTB bike. Don't really need more than 4 atm, and in this area it works perfectly. The nozzle is easy to attach. It has two separate holes for presta and schrader valves. Manometer is nice addition to floor pump. 25 March 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by Simple to use and lightweight I got tired of hauling my faithful 6 pound cast metal SKS floor pump from 1988-ish, and got this as a secondary pump. I mainly use it for my commuter and a cyclocross, where I rarely need to inflate to more than 5-6 bars. That's no problem with this pump. I've inflated my 700x23 on the race bikes to >8 bars a few times, but you feel that the pump is at its working limit so I wouldn't recommend it. I do some travel, bringing bikes and gear, and I really appreciate the X-Press light weight. Not sure it'll last as long as my first SKS, though. 26 August 2010
Rated 4 out of 5 by it works i have one, it works, has given me some greif once..... 04 December 2009
Rated 1 out of 5 by Rubbish! The pump head on this work properly twice for me! After that you need a friend to hold it on the valve. I used it to pump up 2 ghetto tubeless wheel to 60psi to seat the bead and after that the valve wouldnt grip stay gripped on the valve and keeps leaking if not held on. 06 March 2009
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