Cycling Telescopic Hand Pump With Pressure Gauge 920



Made for
Universal pump with flexible connector. Equipped with a telescopic body for more effective pumping. Equipped with a needle pressure gauge (bars and PSI).

Easy transportEquipped with a pump holder that attaches to the bottle cage.
PowerMaximum pressure: 8 bar /115 psi.
PrecisionWith pressure indicator in bars and PSI (needle pressure gauge).
Ease of useScrews on. Adapts to other valves by reversing the connector.
Compact designWeight: 148 g Size: 32 cm.
FlexibilityHose attached to the pump: easily access the valve between the spokes.
Warranty2 Years
Technical Information

Increase the pressure
The telescopic body means you can pump in a large amount of air with each push. To increase the pressure as you finish pumping, the pump can be screwed down to reduce the diameter and therefore increase the pressure with less effort.
The needle pressure gauge allows you to check the pressure you're inflating your tyres to. Shows increments of 0.5 for bars and 10 for PSI.
Small or large valve?
You can inflate small valves (Presta) and large valves (Schrader). Simply unscrew the end and adjust it for the type of valve (P or S).
How to use your pump
1) Unclip the flexible hose from the pump. 2) Unlock the pump by turning the body towards the left. 3) Identify the type of valve on your inner tube using the letter on the end. 4) Screw the end onto the valve until the connection is secure. 5) Move the handle perpendicular to the pump. 6) Inflate to the desired pressure. 7) To increase to high pressure, stop inflating by locking the body of the pump to only use the central piston.
Guaranteed grip
The ergonomic handle makes inflation easy.
Information / Concept / Technology
Bar : 100.0% Polypropylene Air chamber : 100.0% Aluminium

Product test
To give you the best product, tests are conducted before your pump reaches stores. From the pre-design phase to the shelf, you can see and test our products. Our products have thus been tested and approved by numerous cyclists, which has allowed us to make technical decisions which ensure optimal reliability when inflating.
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