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Barrel Foot Pump £4.50 cheapest I can find right now @ Argos

£4.50 @ Argos
Barrel Foot Pump £4.50 cheapest I can find right now & close to me. Just got a puncture on my car ordered this so I can get it repaired tomorrow morning. Ideal for tyres, footballs and all ot… Read More
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2m, 1w agoFound 2 months, 1 week ago
Barrel Foot Pump £4.50 cheapest I can find right now & close to me.
Just got a puncture on my car ordered this so I can get it repaired tomorrow morning.

Ideal for tyres, footballs and all other inflatables. Max 100PSI. Thumb lock lever valve and accessories for air beds and paddling pools included.
100 PSI.
3 adaptors suitable for bicycle tyres, air beds and paddling pools.
Thumb lock lever valve connector for car and motorcycle tyres.
Size H9, W9.5, D29.4cm.
EAN: 5011927180213.

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Cashback 1.05% cashback
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2m, 1w agoFound 2 months, 1 week ago
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1 Like #1
Just received my cash back;
Argos 14 Apr 2017
£0.04
Oh well every little helps lol
banned#2
don't bother with these!
get the long ones for £7!
1 Like #3
Don't bother with any of them. None of them last more than a few weeks. Get the compressor sort - oddly they're not that much more expensive and they last a lot longer than these things.
1 Like #4
good find op, had one of these for almost two years now, treat them well, heat added :)
1 Like #5
Just what I need, I'm pumped about this deal
1 Like #6
cheap crap
#7
chocci12
don't bother with these!
get the long ones for £7!


Was shocked how big the box was, did ask the teller is that it.. OK extra pumps needed to blow my tyre up ( good work out for the one leg tho ) but did a great job on my mountain bike so for £4.50 am happy not to forget my cash back £0.04 pmsl. Hopefully will only every use it on my bike & Air bed :3
1 Like #8
BDawg
Just what I need, I'm pumped about this deal


My right leg is twice the size now truly pumped
#9
philip4444
cheap crap


philip4444, it did the job I wanted & of to my local tyre man in the morning ( luckily only seen them 2-3 times since driving, maybe I'am luckier than I thought ) so am happy with my ickle foot pump for 4 1/2 squid
banned#10
guttediam
chocci12
don't bother with these!
get the long ones for £7!


Was shocked how big the box was, did ask the teller is that it.. OK extra pumps needed to blow my tyre up ( good work out for the one leg tho ) but did a great job on my mountain bike so for £4.50 am happy not to forget my cash back £0.04 pmsl. Hopefully will only every use it on my bike & Air bed :3


will this stay put on your foot while pumping? no
2 Likes #11
You can get a 12v electric tyre pump for £4.99 from home bargains, they sell them all year round. Very similar to this one. They were £3.99 till recently but still good value at £5, I got mine about 3 years ago and has been very reliable keeping my car and bike tyres inflated.

https://s7.postimg.org/5zmy6f0ej/51in_Geig_XL._SY355.jpguploadimagecertificity.com



Edited By: POWYSWALES on Apr 14, 2017 19:12: Edit
1 Like #12
Thanks..reserved one..
#13
chocci12
guttediam
chocci12
don't bother with these!
get the long ones for £7!


Was shocked how big the box was, did ask the teller is that it.. OK extra pumps needed to blow my tyre up ( good work out for the one leg tho ) but did a great job on my mountain bike so for £4.50 am happy not to forget my cash back £0.04 pmsl. Hopefully will only every use it on my bike & Air bed :3


will this stay put on your foot while pumping? no


You know the answer.. But my next puncture will be ( hopefully ) in around 2035 so didn't mind chasing it :P it's doing its job
1 Like #14
POWYSWALES
You can get a 12v electric tyre pump for £4.99 from home bargains, they sell them all year round. Very similar to this one. They were £3.99 till recently but still good value at £5, I got mine about 3 years ago and has been very reliable keeping my car and bike tyres inflated.https://s7.postimg.org/5zmy6f0ej/51in_Geig_XL._SY355.jpguploadimagecertificity.com
A far better bet than the Argos foot pump, which won't last long. Read the reviews - they're mostly fine for when it first arrives (as you'd expect) but a disturbing number give one star and say it's failed quickly. These things are designed to fall apart after a few uses - and they will. The reviews, sadly, confirm the inevitable.
#15
POWYSWALES
You can get a 12v electric tyre pump for £4.99 from home bargains, they sell them all year round. Very similar to this one. They were £3.99 till recently but still good value at £5, I got mine about 3 years ago and has been very reliable keeping my car and bike tyres inflated.

https://s7.postimg.org/5zmy6f0ej/51in_Geig_XL._SY355.jpguploadimagecertificity.com




Is it worth the 5 mile cycle to HB? Of course it is! But needed one right now & Argos had it ( just under 2k walk ). Argos did me proud today :)
#16
these are great if you love bending the arms on the peddle on the same day as you buy it.
Be easier blowing it up with your mouth
#17
Foot pump? For a car? I'd only go back to that if said car had no 12 volt socket and I'd developed an irrational fear of crocodile clips. The compressor types are much less tedious to use. :{
#18
sylv
Foot pump? For a car? I'd only go back to that if said car had no 12 volt socket and I'd developed an irrational fear of crocodile clips. The compressor types are much less tedious to use. :{
Maybe that's why they don't last long - not designed for cars perhaps.
#19
Newbold
sylv
Foot pump? For a car? I'd only go back to that if said car had no 12 volt socket and I'd developed an irrational fear of crocodile clips. The compressor types are much less tedious to use. :{
Maybe that's why they don't last long - not designed for cars perhaps.


It blew my tyre up!! Got 225 40 18 lowered so no spare ( 400 bar for a spare ). My choice was £40 recovery min or this little pump & the £4.50 pump did me proud. So thank you Argos...
#20
sylv
Foot pump? For a car? I'd only go back to that if said car had no 12 volt socket and I'd developed an irrational fear of crocodile clips. The compressor types are much less tedious to use. :{


As I said; needed it bought it & was the cheapest I could find. Could have gone to B&q & paid 30 bar & saved my leg work i.e. pumping with this lckle cheap life saver.
#21
POWYSWALES
You can get a 12v electric tyre pump for £4.99 from home bargains, they sell them all year round. Very similar to this one. They were £3.99 till recently but still good value at £5, I got mine about 3 years ago and has been very reliable keeping my car and bike tyres inflated.

https://s7.postimg.org/5zmy6f0ej/51in_Geig_XL._SY355.jpguploadimagecertificity.com




only issue with these is the dual gauge is highly unreliable and inaccurate
#22
You are better off using a track pump than wasting money on these, if you try using it on slightly uneven ground you'll crumple it into scrap metal, very cheaply made.
#23
Will be returning it but did its job. Am standing at my local tyre centre having to buy a new tyre ouch, only put them on in July guttediam
#24
guttediam
Will be returning it but did its job.

What? You come on here recommending a cheap (but crap) foot pump which a bit of research will show isn't going to last much longer than the proverbial prawn sandwich, then you take it back? Has it packed up already then?
#25
Newbold
guttediam
Will be returning it but did its job.

What? You come on here recommending a cheap (but crap) foot pump which a bit of research will show isn't going to last much longer than the proverbial prawn sandwich, then you take it back? Has it packed up already then?


Who rattled ur cage? What me!
So you think all deals on here are highly recommended! GET REAL!!
I don't think I deceived anyone by posting this deal. Only wanted cheapest & close to me & found the best price & IT DID THE JOB I'm returning it because I'm lazy & will get a electric one ( NOW I'M MOBILE AGAIN ) & post it on here if I find a better deal suggested by POWYSWALES from HB. Am looking forward to reading the comments on it from you...
WILL I BE TESTING IT BEFORE POSTING maybe just for YOU
#26
guttediam
Newbold
guttediam
Will be returning it but did its job.
What? You come on here recommending a cheap (but crap) foot pump which a bit of research will show isn't going to last much longer than the proverbial prawn sandwich, then you take it back? Has it packed up already then?
........I'm returning it because I'm lazy & will get a electric one.........
I'm sure Argos love 'customers' like you who borrow something, use it, then return it so the next purchaser gets a secondhand one.

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