- LifeLine High Pressure Floor Pump
LifeLine High Pressure Floor Pump
LifeLine High Pressure Floor Pump with High Mounted Gauge
Top Features of the LifeLine High Pressure Floor Pump
- Durable Steel barrel and base
- Twist and lock twin valve
- Ergonomic two-tone handle
- 160 psi
About Floor Pumps
Floor - or track - pumps make it much easier to inflate tyres, especially if you need a high pressure or have large capacity MTB tyres. Most have an accurate pressure gauge so you can make sure your tyres are inflated correctly, reducing rolling resistance and punctures. Leave the mini pump for emergencies!
About the LifeLine brand
Lifeline is a manufacturer of cycling parts and accessories. Every product is developed and stringently tested in the UK to meet the highest standards of quality and reliability. We work with the leading factories around the world to bring you proven high performance products.
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Magazine reviews for LifeLine High Pressure Floor Pump
Review from Cycling Plus
This may be the cheapest of the track pumps on test but Wiggle's Lifeline does the job well. It may not have the feel of the Pedro's or the Genuine Innovations pumps, the sleek styling of the Lezyne or the heft of the SKS, and it's one of the slower pumps to get to 100psi, but its metal base gives it solidity and stability in use, while the head stays on the valve securely, flipping easily from Presta and Schrader valves when required. And while the gauge isn't that large, the simple black and white graphics are highly contrasted and the pointer makes it an absolute doodle to use. A good product at a very, very good price.
No-frills track pump represents great value for the budget-conscious cyclist
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Take off the tyre dust cap
Lossen the valve screw
Push down to release a little air to unstick the valve.
Push the appropriate pump end over the the valve & twist in the direction of the valve.
Once finished, twist in opposite direction to release.
Re-tighten valve pin finger, tight, pop dust cap back on & you are done.
2. push on connector onto valve
3. twist the connector a quarter turn to lock on
...so: slow work but fine for topping up when the temperature drops. You'll also need a pressure gauge accurate for the lower pressures seen in car tyres. Michelin do excellent digital meters - have a hunt on Amazon.
Cars and motorcycle tyres are high volume low pressure (35psi) so it would take many more stokes than a standard car foot pump to inflate the tyre
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