Topeak Joe Blow Max HP Floor Pump (Black or Red) £21.99. @ Halfords
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Topeak Joe Blow Max HP Floor Pump (Black or Red) £21.99. @ Halfords

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Found 27th Aug 2017
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Topeak Joe Blow Max HP Floor Pump
The Topeak Joe Blow Max HP Floor Pump is a great pump that will give you a life time of use, reaching up to pressures of 160psi, this is one powerful tool! A great bonus is that it works perfectly with Presta, Schrader and Dunlop valves, all in all, a great product that even gives you a padded handle to make sure you have grip and comfort when using it. How lovely!
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We have a tiled floor. Would this still work with it?
mickrick3 m ago

We have a tiled floor. Would this still work with it?


No unfortunately
mickrick48 m ago

We have a tiled floor. Would this still work with it?

Weirdo
I had a car cigarette lighter powered compressor for pumping up my bike tyres and thought it was pretty good untill I got one of these. Golly, they are good. So much more efficient, quicker and easier to use. Takes about 5 or 6 pumps to inflate tyres from flattish to 65psi
Once you get used to putting your whole body weight on it without thinking it's going to break, it's a decent pump.
Have one. It's great. Good deal
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mickrick pillock!!
mickrick2 h, 50 m ago

We have a tiled floor. Would this still work with it?

As long as it has the right valve
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I bought one a couple of weeks ago, brilliant! - Kids cycle tyres pumped up so quickly
£5.99 in ALDI
mad_design_man17 m ago

£5.99 in ALDI



Good trolling. Actually bought one of the LIDL £6.99 ones there last week to replace an ancient JB - to be fair they seem pretty similar; cheapo one a bit flimsy but seems to do the job.
Got one, can recommend, it is very good. Still going strong after 10 years. Very powerful, no problem getting my tyres up to 90+ psi in no time.
£15 off Amazon about a year ago
Nice
aren't these called track pumps?
Same price at Evans.The Aldi/Lidel ones are poor quality, had one and it bent second or third use.My revolution one has been going strong for ten years. Toppeak stuff I have is good quality so good deal.
djsegue2 h, 27 m ago

£15 off Amazon about a year ago


Can you time travel?
One of the best bike related purchases I have ever done.
Any good for pumping car tyres?
mcrobbj5 h, 41 m ago

Same price at Evans.The Aldi/Lidel ones are poor quality, had one and it …Same price at Evans.The Aldi/Lidel ones are poor quality, had one and it bent second or third use.My revolution one has been going strong for ten years. Toppeak stuff I have is good quality so good deal.



The Lidl ones have a 3 year guarantee.
veedubjai7 h, 35 m ago

Any good for pumping car tyres?

Not really as the car tyre volume is so large and these are primarily built for low volume/high pressure so hard work filling a car tyres volume
EllEzDee6 h, 46 m ago

The Lidl ones have a 3 year guarantee.


They do but that's not much good if you've driven 2hrs to a trail in the Highlands and there is no lidel for nearby. There chain tool also broke mid trail oñ first use. I prefer stuff that works when I need it to.
mad_design_man16 h, 25 m ago

£5.99 in ALDI


I have been using an Aldi pump similar this for several years (I think it was £5.99, which seems to be the regular price). It is still working well (it is used weekly) and is of perfectly adequate quality, so I'd advocate buying that at about a quarter of the price of this item (this pump may be better - I don't know - but as the Aldi one is fine there would be no justfificationin paying so much).
veedubjai13 h, 32 m ago

Any good for pumping car tyres?


Not really. It would work if the tyre was already partially inflated, but it would be a lot of effort. It would probably not inflate a flat car tyre though as it just couldn't generate enough volume to seat the beads.
Edited by: "othen" 28th Aug 2017
le_jaeger27th Aug

Good trolling. Actually bought one of the LIDL £6.99 ones there last week …Good trolling. Actually bought one of the LIDL £6.99 ones there last week to replace an ancient JB - to be fair they seem pretty similar; cheapo one a bit flimsy but seems to do the job.

I had a Lidl/Aldi one too. Pump works fine, as you say a bit flimsy, but hasn't broken yet. The gauge is absolutely useless though, the needle flies about all over the place!
djsegue27th Aug

£15 off Amazon about a year ago

Excellent, chuck me the keys to the DeLorean.
The Aldi one is still active @ £5.99. Bought one, excellent so far.

aldi.co.uk/bik…700
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