A floor pump and a tubeless setup tool in one. Set to Charge for a pressurized chamber that makes at-home and on-the-fly setup of tubeless ready (TLR) tires a breeze. Tubeless setup made simple TLR Flash Charger is the single-pump solution for daily use and at-home tubeless setup. It functions just like a standard floor pump when set to 'Inflate'. Switching it to 'Charge' gives the ability to pressurize a chamber and 'flash release' the stored air in order to seat tubeless tires without a bulky air compressor. Plus, it has a broad, back-lit digital gauge that delivers accurate pressure readings all the way to 160 PSI. Product details - Dual-chamber design with Inflate setting allows for efficient use as a traditional floor pump - Set to Charge for a pressurized chamber that inflates tubeless ready (TLR) tires without a compressor - Digital gauge provides easy-to-read accuracy up to 160 PSI (recommended maximum) - Compatible with both Presta and Schrader valves - Included inflation accessories conveniently stored in handle
A reliable floor pump featuring a durable steel barrel, an auto-select head, and a stable base. Fresh air for your tires Nothing slows a cyclist down like an inappropriate amount of tire inflation. Loaded with features like a stable, tip-resistant base, a durable steel barrel, and an auto-select head, the Charger stands ready whenever your tires need a little boost. Product details - Steel construction and replaceable internals provide long-term durability - Auto-select head instantly fits both Presta and Schrader valves - Large, stable base minimizes tipping - Easy-to-read 3-inch base-mounted gauge - Max pressure 160 psi (11bar)
Easy to use, powerful, durable and economical, Park Tool's PFP-8 Home Mechanic's Floor Pump has a place in every garage and home bike shop and is perfect to take along to cycling events, too! It inflates like a champ thanks to its sturdy steel barrel, tough handle, composite thumblock head that fits Presta and Schrader valves, sturdy steel base, long hose and extra-large, easy-to-read gauge.
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