inflating your tyres before each outing.
Inflate your tyres with this compact and easy-to-use pump.
Very tough to use. Require lot of effort. I should not bought this.
Thank you for taking the time to give us your feedback. The pump is the most basic floor pump at the entry level. It is very efficient if used properly. Please refer to the video (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8QVQopF_9U0). However, if you have back problems I would suggest you look for a foot pump (http://www.decathlon.in/cycling/accessories/pumps/foot-pump-520/p-M8303660).
Deepak Babu E-sport manager DECATHLON
I bought this for my 6 year old son, and not that easy to use, No instructions, and expensive
price is more not that user friendly
Have tried it on mountain bike but it won't even stay on the valve so I can start pumping the tyre. It's loose on the valve and pops off if I try and move the handle of the pump
This pump is only compatible with schrader/car type valves (which are the most common). It is not compatible with the thinner presta valves. This may be the reason why the pump does not stay on the valve.
You can either buy an extra kit which will allow you to inflate presta valves with this pump: https://www.decathlon.co.uk/5-inflation-tips-set-bike-pump-accessory-id_2394943.html
Or we do sell other which are compatible with both types of valves starting from £12.99 which will do both: https://www.decathlon.co.uk/500-floor-pump-id_8303706.html
Peter Lazarus UK Cycling Market Manager DECATHLON
My first track style pump - certainly a good choice. I keep this one at work, for this price a second one at home makes sense. There's no pressure gauge but pressing on the tyre while inflating works for me. I picked this one because of the price and the one footed design.
Love the one footed design
None so far.