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Lidl bike floor pump - £5.99
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Lidl bike floor pump - £5.99

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Posted 9th AprAvailable: National

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Lidl Liverpool Lime street,
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Nice little (very big) big pump usually about 20 odd pounds so not too bad indeed
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Lidl ones are always this price. I've bought 2 in the past.

For the money they are great though and I'm still using my 2nd one.
I'll second what @CycleCommute.CC say's, for the money can't go wrong. I currently use one, well made and sturdy.
Good value,works on most tyres easily enough to 60 psi,but for road bike higher pressures you need a better one.
Wanted to post this couldn’t get a nice picture so I gave up
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lightrider47 m ago

Good value,works on most tyres easily enough to 60 psi,but for road bike …Good value,works on most tyres easily enough to 60 psi,but for road bike higher pressures you need a better one.


I disagree, mine goes up to 110 no problem
Common problem with these and the Aldi version is the presta valve connector giving up the ghost, happened to mine recently. Most people accept defeat after a while when they realise that they may be ultra cheap but after you've bought your third it's cost you more than a decent one.

It's also pot luck whether you get one that will do high pressure road tyres. I got a Joe Blow Max II from Halfords to replace mine for less than £20 recently and the difference in quality is immediately obvious.

The workstands are brilliant though and worth every penny
I bought one of these a number of years ago (maybe 5). The rubber pipe went brittle and cracked, so leaked, within a couple of years. They may have changed that since then. Other than that the pump was very decent for the price.
b1g1an3 h, 53 m ago

Common problem with these and the Aldi version is the presta valve …Common problem with these and the Aldi version is the presta valve connector giving up the ghost, happened to mine recently. Most people accept defeat after a while when they realise that they may be ultra cheap but after you've bought your third it's cost you more than a decent one.It's also pot luck whether you get one that will do high pressure road tyres. I got a Joe Blow Max II from Halfords to replace mine for less than £20 recently and the difference in quality is immediately obvious.The workstands are brilliant though and worth every penny


My experience too. Good for the price if you don't use a lot but the seals don't last long on regular inflations of over 100 psi.
Its junk, i bought one a year or so back. Only lasted a few months before it packed up. Got refunded and bought a Lifeline track pump from Chain Reaction which has been excellent.
And its not.... 'usually about £20'.... it was this £5.99 price when i bought it.
Edited by: "Biker.Jeff" 9th Apr
Biker.Jeff09/04/2019 22:52

And its not.... 'usually about £20'.... it was this £5.99 price when i b …And its not.... 'usually about £20'.... it was this £5.99 price when i bought it.


More talking about the prices of a pump. Price t performance cant go wrong mr Jeff. Had one for about 3 years now I've got a other one because I've left home haha. Ive had no problems with it
Mags37910th Apr

More talking about the prices of a pump. Price t performance cant go wrong …More talking about the prices of a pump. Price t performance cant go wrong mr Jeff. Had one for about 3 years now I've got a other one because I've left home haha. Ive had no problems with it


Don't these pumps have a 3 year warranty anyway? Stick the till receipt in small plastic bag and tape it to the tube of the pump, once it breaks if within warranty take it back. Unless the pump looks like complete junk when you are picking it up might be worth the gamble. Also mountain bike tyres are much easier on pumps than road bike tyres. A crap pump might work brilliantly with mountain bike tyres for years but fail on the 2nd use with road bike tyres.
This will last about three months and then the plastic valve will just break down. Better buying yourself a decent one.
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