Features: - First of its kind digital mini pump for tires and MTB shocks - Telescoping handle effortlessly switches between high pressure & high volume - Presta & Schrader valve compatibility - Digital gauge reads from 5 PSI to 300 PSI with +/- 1% accuracy - Micro adjust button allows for fine tuning of air pressure - Foldable hose allows for easy usage and storage Specs - Capacity: 300 Psi - Length: Open: 23-3/4" Closed: 11-3/4” - Weight: 282 Grams
Serfas does it again with the innovative 2-In-1 Shock/Tire pump. Throw it in your pack for every ride and you have a dual-purpose pump that boasts a 300psi capacity. It uses a dual action motion to make it easy to pump in higher volumes or higher pressures. The aluminum construction makes it super durable. A large gauge is easy to read and the air-release button makes fine-tuning pressure in shocks and tires a breeze.
The Topeak PocketShock DXG just got better with a higher pressure rating. This precision fork and shock pump features an easy-to-read dial gauge for accurate pressure readings up to 360 psi / 24.8 bar! The flexible hose takes stress off the valve stem when pumping, protecting your expensive fork and shock fittings. An air release button and Pressure-Rite connector makes setting proper pressure easy and eliminates the common problem of air loss when disconnecting.
Keep your suspension pressure dialed-in with RockShox's High-Pressure Fork/Shock Pump. It features an aluminum barrel with an ergonomic handle, a handy finger-tap bleed adjust button for fine-tuning settings, and a large gauge. The hose swivels 360-degrees to fit anywhere.
Syncros' shock pump is precision crafted to facilitate easy and accurate suspension adjustments. Able to inflate to 300 psi / 20 bar, the pump is equipped with a convenient 360° rotating hose. The release button and the digital manometer provide precise pressure settings. Features - Material: Aluminium barrel and gauge housing, composite handle - Valve Type: Zero-leak 2-Step Schrader - Maximum Pressure: 300PSI / 20 bar - In-line Digital Gauge precision by 0.1PSI / 0.01Bar - Ergonomic gauge shape for a firm palm support and according to inflating power - Dimensions: 24cm - Air volume per stroke: 11CC - Weight: 275g
For the perfect pressure A shock pump with an accurate, easy-to-read gauge and a thread-on design that minimizes bleed off so you can easily adjust your shock pressure. The perfect pressure takes precision. The Bontrager Shock Pump features a large, easy-to-read gauge for accurate readings, a bleed valve for pinpoint accuracy, and a thread-on design that quickly attaches to front and rear suspension shocks for a reliable, secure connection. - Easy-to-read gauge that is accurate to 400 PSI - Threaded design for a secure connection that reduces bleed down - Bleed valve reduces pressure in small increments - Suitable for use with front forks and rear shocks
Planet Bike's Shockmate 2.0 Suspension Pump makes all your suspension tuning easy at home or out on the trail. With a sturdy aluminum barrel and a large gauge, the Shockmate 2.0 also sports a swivel head and hose for easy pumping on even unusual frame and fork designs. Plus, the easy-to-read, industrial-class gauge is rated to 400 psi and there's a bleed valve that makes getting the right pressure a breeze.
Lezyne's Shock Digital Drive Pump is perfect for tuning your suspension at home or for a shop. It's a dedicated floor pump designed for faster shock tuning, with an ergonomic T-handle and an aluminum barrel for easy inflation up to 300 psi. Plus, with a digital readout, it's easier than ever to dial in precise pressure.
It's the Topeak PocketShock DXG’s big brother, the PocketShock DXG XL! This precision fork and shock pump features an extended barrel and offers quick inflation and an easy-to-read dial gauge for accurate pressure readings up to 360 psi / 24.8 bar. The flexible hose takes stress off the valve stem when pumping, protecting your expensive fork and shock fittings. An air release button and Pressure-Rite connector makes setting proper pressure easy and eliminates the common problem of air loss when disconnecting.
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