Aluminium Floor Pump/Track pump with aluminium barrel and gauge for under a fiver from Lidl - the easiest way to accurately inflate bike tyres at home - less than a normal plastic pump in price!!! - HotUKDeals
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Aluminium Floor Pump/Track pump with aluminium barrel and gauge for under a fiver from Lidl - the easiest way to accurately inflate bike tyres at home - less than a normal plastic pump in price!!! £4.99

£4.99 @ LIDL
With aluminium casing and plastic fold-away foot base Ergonomic shaped T- handle Max. pressure (psi): 145 Includes adaptors for air beds, balls or inflatable toys which are kept in the handle. H…
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6y, 10m agoFound 6 years, 10 months ago
With aluminium casing and plastic fold-away foot base
Ergonomic shaped T- handle
Max. pressure (psi): 145
Includes adaptors for air beds, balls or inflatable toys which are kept in the handle.
Hose length (cm): 63.5
Height approx. (cm): 56
Fold-out pressure gauge

Spend over £30 (bike toolkit & pump plus small item or carrier bag) at the moment and get £5 off using voucher they have at tills - just buy anything first or ask for one.
- bargainhunter666
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#1
http://www.lidl.co.uk/static_content/lidl_uk/images/UK/UK_43491_02_v_20100512132239.jpg

Showing gauge and folding feet.

http://www.lidl.co.uk/static_content/lidl_uk/images/UK/UK_43491_03_v_20100512132239.jpg

Showing storage for adaptors
#2
Bought one of these from Lidl ages ago and still works as well as it did when new. HOT from me. Cheers for posting.
#3
Anybody know if this fits a presta valve?
#4
lenny6582
Anybody know if this fits a presta valve?


the ones is poundland do ;-)
#5
Bargain... Heat.

No Lidl near me tho........ :(
suspended#6
OP, where do you get your 'normal plastic pumps' from then? :roll:

Voted hot anyway good price for this product :thumbsup:
#7
jonny619447
OP, where do you get your 'normal plastic pumps' from then? :roll:

Voted hot anyway good price for this product :thumbsup:


Bike shop. :roll:
#8
I might just get this. Looks a good price.
#9
Looks great, think I paid about £25 for my Specialized equivalent
#10
dhope
Looks great, think I paid about £25 for my Specialized equivalent


I doubt this is an equivalent to a Specialized product. The Lidl ones are hopeless, with a gauge that is a waste of time and badly fitting valve attachments.
#11
Ballsjust paid £18 quid for a new pump with guage.. Great spot :thumbsup:
#12
Would this also double as a set of handlebars for the Lidl unicycle? :whistling:
#13
Would this pump up the tyre(s) on my brand new unicycle? ;-)

alasrati
Would this also double as a set of handlebars for the Lidl unicycle? :whistling:


Damn you beat me to it!
#14
I bought one of these when they last sold them. What a load of rubbish! It wouldn't grip the valve, wouldn't pump well, wouldn't show the pressure anywhere near as accurately as it should do, even for the money. Have since bought one from Decathlon (admittedly more money) but it is so much better.
#15
I've had 2 of these - both broke within weeks. It's the valves that fail. No point having a nice-looking ally body if the internal components are rubbish.

I know it's a cliche but buying a better quality pump will save you money in the long term.
#16
home bargains have a similar pump that has a dual tyre valve end(does both types of bike tyre).they have two types (only difference i could see was the guage) and are priced at £4.99,maybe handy for those that don't have a lidl nearby.
#17
neiljw
home bargains have a similar pump that has a dual tyre valve end(does both types of bike tyre).they have two types (only difference i could see was the guage) and are priced at £4.99,maybe handy for those that don't have a lidl nearby.


You beat me to it - I was just about to post exactly the same thing :thumbsup:

I got mine from there in the winter and I can't fault it.
#18
nice one...heat added
#19
i have one in the usa and they are fantastic
#20
I have bought my bicycle pump about 6 years ago from Lidl. Works perfect, no probs with the gauge. Highly recommended.
#21
I bought one of these a couple of months back. I thought I couldn't go wrong at a fiver. TBH I may as well have thrown that fiver down the drain. Whilst it may be just about adequate for low pressure (~35psi) MTB tyres it certainly isn't good for enough for inflating roadbike / hybrids tyres. Save your fiver a put it towards a Top Peak Joe Blow or something similar.
#22
ianlash;8662318
I bought one of these when they last sold them. What a load of rubbish! It wouldn't grip the valve, wouldn't pump well, wouldn't show the pressure anywhere near as accurately as it should do, even for the money. Have since bought one from Decathlon (admittedly more money) but it is so much better.


Snap - threw it way and got a Topeak Joe Blow Max II Track Pump for 5 times the price - but it works well, very accurately and gets to 120 psi easily and a year later as new.
The £5 for the Lidl one was very expensive for a few puffs! (the connector snapped in half).
Before anyone thinks I'm a Lidl snob - I shop there regularly and have a fair bit of the cycle clothing which is excellent for the price
#23
I got one of these from Lidl a couple of years back. Still works great and even pumped up my car tyre when I needed it to.

Ignore the bike snobs, I recommend it.
#24
Nothing to do with bike snobs, just got on this thread myself, I bought one of these a few years ago, absolute rubbish, the rubber pipe perishes on them, false economy, go for one with the pipe made from material.
#25
I bought the Aldi equivalent last year and a spare the other week when they were back on sale. Works well for the money and no probs....
Anyone got any recommendations on a small pump for my mountain bike?? I bought the Aldi one last year, got a puncture the other night when I was out and about and it was utter rubbish when I was blowing the tyre back up!! :x

Cheers

Nick :thumbsup:
#26
NSA
I bought the Aldi equivalent last year and a spare the other week when they were back on sale. Works well for the money and no probs....
Anyone got any recommendations on a small pump for my mountain bike?? I bought the Aldi one last year, got a puncture the other night when I was out and about and it was utter rubbish when I was blowing the tyre back up!! :x

Cheers

Nick :thumbsup:


Go to a proper bicycle shop and buy buy a decent pump. One for a spare?
#27
I bought this today and have used it - more than happy for the price. Reading is not correct according to my digital tool. Not to worry as I now know this. With the adaptor closed you put it over the valve and open the lever - impossible for it NOT to grip! It is like a vice, if you were a numpty you could possibly think it was not gripping but this would be because you were opening lever first and then trying to close when placing on valve.

Best bit is that Lidl are doing £5 off a £30 spend so you can buy i.e. the toolkit and this plus carrier bag and get £5 off.
#28
k0sh
I got one of these from Lidl a couple of years back. Still works great and even pumped up my car tyre when I needed it to.

Ignore the bike snobs, I recommend it.


Pumping up your car tyres is no measure of quality - they're far lower pressure than bike tyres and so less demanding of the pump! You can't put 120psi in a bike tyre with foot pump.

As for bike snobbery - that's nothing to do with it. It's individuals sharing their experience of a product which is not up to scratch.
As other posters have stated, many of Lidl's bargain bike products are actually very good.

If you want to throw your cash away on tat, don't let any of us stop you.
banned#29
great price - just wish my local Lidl stocked stuff like this. never see any of the bargains that appear on hukd

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