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Axiom Dominateair GT120 Mini Pump £3.99 Using Click & Collect / £5.98 Delivered @ Rutland Cycling
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Axiom Dominateair GT120 Mini Pump £3.99 Using Click & Collect / £5.98 Delivered @ Rutland Cycling

£3.99£10.9464%Rutland Cycling Deals
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Posted 10th Jan

This deal is expired. Here are some options that might interest you:

Excellent price for those with a store nearby, and still good with delivery on top. It's free delviery on a £10+ spend, so it could be worth checking to see if there might be something else that tickles your fancy.

Click & Collect Stores:
  • Whitwell, Rutland
  • Giant Store, Rutland
  • Peterborough
  • Grafham Water
  • Barnwell Road, Cambridge
  • Giant Store, Cambridge
  • Grand Arcade, Cambridge
  • Histon, Cambridge
  • Station, Cambridge
  • Pitsford, Northampton
  • Specialized Concept Store Nottingham
  • Giant Store Newport Pagnell
  • Rutland Cycling Leicester
  • Rutland Cycling Milton Keynes

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Axiom's Dominateair does as its name suggests. Lightweight and efficient, the telescopic mini pump features an ergonomic T-Handle, and can inflate your tyres up to 120psi.Crafted from an engineering plastic barrel, the Dominateair features a textured head and T-Handle. The head of the pump is a CNC-machined alloy Quick-Flip universal connection that adapts instantly to Presta, Schrader or Dunlop valves, and features a forged aluminium Tip-Flip lock-on thumb lever. As well as featuring a serviceable in-line pressure gauge and mounting bracket for your bike, the textured ridges on the pump's head and T-handle means that it won't no-slip in wet, muddy or sweaty conditions.
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I bought two of these when they were on offer last time for £2.99. Seem very good. I mainly bought them as my normal portable pump is only rated to 80psi so no good for road bike tyres.
bonzobanana10/01/2020 13:13

I bought two of these when they were on offer last time for £2.99. Seem …I bought two of these when they were on offer last time for £2.99. Seem very good. I mainly bought them as my normal portable pump is only rated to 80psi so no good for road bike tyres.


In product details saying 120psi
Dan121310/01/2020 15:27

In product details saying 120psi



hence why bonzo bought these rather than use the 80 psi he already had which would not be suitable for a road bike.
Edited by: "Bertz99" 10th Jan
bonzobanana10/01/2020 13:13

I bought two of these when they were on offer last time for £2.99. Seem …I bought two of these when they were on offer last time for £2.99. Seem very good. I mainly bought them as my normal portable pump is only rated to 80psi so no good for road bike tyres.


What's the max psi you have managed with this pump?
Bertz9910/01/2020 16:02

hence why bonzo bought these rather than use the 80 psi he already had …hence why bonzo bought these rather than use the 80 psi he already had which would not be suitable for a road bike.


Teach me to read it properly won't it!
Dan121310/01/2020 20:11

Teach me to read it properly won't it!



If you are struggling with that short sentence you really don't want to see bonzo when he gets going :P
Edited by: "Bertz99" 10th Jan
makda10/01/2020 16:40

What's the max psi you have managed with this pump?


To be honest I only gave them a quick test to make sure they were ok when I received them. I mainly use a track pump at home. The test was on mountain bike tyres as well. The construction is great though I've no reason to doubt they will inflate to as spec'd or at least close to it.
Bertz9910/01/2020 20:18

If you are struggling with that short sentence you really don't want to …If you are struggling with that short sentence you really don't want to see bonzo when he gets going :P


Yes I know, my typing speed is often faster than my brain can keep up with. It's like 1 minutes of my thoughts and a huge wall of text. The sad thing is I often cut down my text before posting it.
bonzobanana10/01/2020 22:57

Yes I know, my typing speed is often faster than my brain can keep up …Yes I know, my typing speed is often faster than my brain can keep up with. It's like 1 minutes of my thoughts and a huge wall of text. The sad thing is I often cut down my text before posting it.


Must be all that cycling increasing those neurons and improving the neural connectivity in your brain
Edited by: "slevinkelevra" 10th Jan
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