I have purchased a few months back. now it is not working. I couldn't used it even once as it is so tight and unable to pump to the required tyre pressure
Thank you for taking the time to give us your review.
The hand pump is a life-saving product when you have a flat on your ride and need to fix it. You can fill enough pressure for you to take it to the nearest petrol bunk where you can inflate up to full PSI levels. However, if the pump is being used to as a replacement for a floor pump where you are trying to fill to maximum PSI every time you take your bike for a ride, it will be tiresome. The pump's piston will get harder to pump as you reach higher PSI levels. Though it is possible to fill the recommended pressure it will be difficult provided you are using the best techniques.
In your case, if you say the pump is not working, please let us know which part. You can always carry your pump to the nearest decathlon store and ask for a fix. If we find that the product is defective we will replace it for you.
Deepak BABU E-sport leader BTWIN
Reasonable rate of real product
I bought Schrader 26.1.7/2.2 inner tube, 3 tyre levers, flexible hose pipe and this pump. The very next day when I went for my regular cycling tyre go punctured luckily I was carrying all these with me that morning. The tyre levers worked really fine, I was able to take out my punctured tube very easily and the pump and the flexible hose pipe worked really well and gave my perfect tyre pressure. It took me around 15-20 mins to change my tyre tube. Thanks for this awesome products.
P.S. fast delivery. 5 (*****) for this also.
Very handy, easy to use. Now used it for ~ 2 Weeks. Found it Excellent.
Size and ease of use.
Bought MNP 300 hand pump from zirakpur.
The meter is useless. Gives fluctuating reading.
Not at all accurate. Will have to exchange it for a better product. Till now money wasted. Inflates the tire but whats the use without reading???
Thank you for taking the time to give us your review. The product you have reviewed is the Hand pump 300 but the review was written on the handpump 500 page. Keeping that aside the meter on the handpump 300 shows readings in BARs and PSI. These are the directions to use it. We press the button below the meter and select which metric you would like the readings to be displayed in. Once this is done you start pumping . The psi will fluctuate everytime you pump however, once the pumping is completed you will see a constant reading. This reading also depends on how well you have sealed the valve of the inner tube while pumping. If you find the pump to be functioning inefficiently you can exchange it with the store. The store can help you test the new pump as well.
Deepak Babu E-sport manager DECATHLON
Deepak Babu E-sport manager DECATHLON
Good pump, decent price. .
Great wee pump. Just what you need attached to you
It is a nice size and is proficient in inflating my tyres and due to it having changable valve fittings allowa it to be used on various tyres.
It was quite an handy size and adaptable fittings.
Not really found any at this time.
As well as having one of these myself. I also bought one as a gift to someone. Both are held in high regard.
You have instant options of the two main valve types. As well as having an extended tube in a secret compartment.
It's light. Not too chunky at all. And the black & gold one looks nice.
Easy to use, inexpensive, dexterous.
We purchased two Triban 5 road bikes and was recommended to purchase a pack which included a MNP200 hand pump. We have just struggled to use it, but after a while managed to pump up the tyres.
However, after reading the reviews, I now believe we were sold the wrong product?
Nice and compact
Not sure it is correct for the bike
I'm very sorry with the problem you have had with your MNP200 pump.
The pump is not suitable to get to the pressures you need if this is your only pump. I would recommend a pump that can get to 7 bar rather than the 6 that the MNP 200 is capable of. I don't know if you had a problem from the start but it should not have been difficult to pump initially, only as the pressure in the tyre was increasing, if so then there could be another issue.
The pump is OK if you're looking for something to get a tyre inflated after replacing an inner tube to get you home but if you if you are looking to use it as your only pump then I would recommend exchanging for either an MNP 500 or a Air Profile XL by Zéfal. The store should do this without a problem but if possible to take a copy of my reply then please do to avoid any confusion.
David Daker Commercial Director DECATHLON