2-In-1 Design Combines Features Of Compressor & Floor Pump
The PRO Team Tubeless Floor Pump boasts dual functionality.
At the flip of a lever, near the base of the floor pump you can convert it from a standard floor pump to a tubeless tire compressor — and then back again.
By storing air in the alloy barrel, you can amass enough pressure and air volume to seat a tubeless tire.
It also features a dual compound, ergonomic handle, and a strong steel base to ensure the PRO Team Tubeless Floor Pump's longevity for years to come.
The PRO Team Tubeless Floor Pump can produce up to 11 Bar/160 PSI of pressure and features PRO's AH Head which is both Presta/Schrader compatible and sturdy enough to provide optimal airflow from the pump to your tires.
- 2-in-1 compressor and floor pump
- Optimized for tubeless tires
- Pressure release lever for seating tubeless tires
- Alloy barrel over barrel construction
- Durable steel base
- Ergonomic dual compound handle
- AH head for optimal airflow
- Presta/Schrader compatible
- Maximum pressure: 11 Bar/160 PSI
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Couple things. the pump works fine for pumping up tires and I was easily able to seat two new tubeless tires without a problem. So that part of this pump works fine. It's the regular process of just wanting to pump up a tire that's a problem. Not sure if it's a defect with the one I have or just inherent in the pump design. When you attach it to your tire it takes the pressure out of the tire to "fill" the pump. So when you have a tire let's say at 85 psi and attach it. After you attach it the gauge is at 50 psi so you end up needing to pump it up even farther than you would had to initially. It keeps pressure when you detach it also but this issue where it takes pressure away from the tire is annoying. Looking to return this and get a normal pump.
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