A light weight and durable shock pump that inflates to 300psi with ease. The Pressure-Rite valve isolates the pump from the shock ensuring accurate pressure during removal. Features: • Optimised length maximises high pressure performance • Butted aluminium barrel • Pressure-Rite anti air-loss shock valve • Inflates to 300psi / 20.7 bar • Locking aluminium pump handle • 20x2x2cm • 48g
Rated 3 out of 5 by Anonymous Too small
No gauge. Really small, for me is too small as you cannot hold your hand on the barrel and pump. Handle will catch your hand. You have to catch for valve and hose (which is always bad idea) to make place for working handle. Quality is there but barrel should be longer by few centimeters. And it will take you ages to pump shock from zero. It's half size of normal pump.
03 July 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by Anonymous Decent, does the job well built
this product is very well built, the majority of it is metal so there is no chance of it snapping, the valve system is excellent and stops air coming out as you remove the valve from the shock.. i use it for my marz 66's and a roco air shock, it works perfectly for both! the only reason im not giving 5 stars is because it does not have a pressure gauge.
08 April 2012
Rated 4 out of 5 by Anonymous just 400 strokes to make 200psi in the smallest RP2 shock )))
20 November 2011
Rated 3 out of 5 by Anonymous Great on paper, but short on the trail
I love the size of this thing -- now I can carry a shock pump wherever I go. But it seems to have sacrificed a lot to shave this much weight and size. I know sag would be the best measurement of shock pressure but I can't deny it that I hope this baby had a gauge as well as a de-pressurizing switch so oil won't keep coming out by trying to let pressure out by hand.
29 March 2011
Rated 3 out of 5 by Anonymous Needs a gauge!
Works fine, but no gauge. Should have checked that out first, didn't occur to me that something that is designed to pump air into devices that need a specific amount of air would not measure how much air it was putting in!! :S
26 February 2011