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Topeak Joe Blow Sport II Bike Track Pump £23.29 @ Halfords
Topeak Joe Blow Sport II Bike Track Pump £23.29 @ Halfords

Topeak Joe Blow Sport II Bike Track Pump £23.29 @ Halfords

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Halfords have price matched Wiggle and are slightly cheaper than Chainreaction. This is a good deal if you want to pick one up in store.

If you have British Cycling membership then you can also get 10% discount.

3% cashback via Topcashback and Quidco too.

They are an excellent, solid pump.

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Homebargain store's have exactly the same for fraction of the price around £5 to £7 had mine for about a year does the job.

Pateo

Homebargain store's have exactly the same for fraction of the price … Homebargain store's have exactly the same for fraction of the price around £5 to £7 had mine for about a year does the job.


Do they have this exact model 'Topeak Joe Blow Sport II'??

If they do then that's an absolute bargain!!

If not then enjoy your cheap knock off
Edited by: "Baz8755" 4th Nov 2016

Baz8755

Do they have this exact model 'Topeak Joe Blow Sport II'??If they do then … Do they have this exact model 'Topeak Joe Blow Sport II'??If they do then that's an absolute bargain!!

homebargain did have them on website but can't find them atm! But usually have them instore! Can't remember the make , I'm not a heavy user, used about dozen times seems very well built, does what it says on the tin!

Pateo

homebargain did have them on website but can't find them atm! But … homebargain did have them on website but can't find them atm! But usually have them instore! Can't remember the make , I'm not a heavy user, used about dozen times seems very well built, does what it says on the tin!



I think some of us got excited at the words 'exactly the same'. I have a track pump bought from a supermarket fora tenner. It has been great for a year, but now the gauge is useless. I'll pay more for a Joe blow...

heat, I paid £27 at halfords a few months back

Smithington

I think some of us got excited at the words 'exactly the same'. I have a … I think some of us got excited at the words 'exactly the same'. I have a track pump bought from a supermarket fora tenner. It has been great for a year, but now the gauge is useless. I'll pay more for a Joe blow...


I had one from Aldi and thought it was ace, until I tried a mates Joe Blow. Needless to say I soon bought one myself
Edited by: "Baz8755" 4th Nov 2016

Paid £30 for my Joe Blow.. This is hot.

(I've had 2 cheaper pumps, neither of which were anywhere near as good if you needed to get to 100psi+)

Just bought one of these last week from CRC and although I've only used it once I can say it seems like a great piece of kit.

Bought my joeblow 10 years ago. Replaced the valve plastic and back as good as new. Frustration free ownership and highly recommended over the cheaper buy cheaper buy several times track pumps.

Had a Lidl £6 special it was great for a year, then it broke. Since then got two of these and they are far superior

Baz8755

I had one from Aldi and thought it was ace, until I tried a mates Joe … I had one from Aldi and thought it was ace, until I tried a mates Joe Blow. Needless to say I soon bought one myself


I bought the Aldi one too. Haven't got it any more. The bin's got it.

Bath have a rack full. Marked up as £30. Don't be fooled folks - tell the till op to match the website price and they will do.

Cheers OP.
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