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BV 11" High Pressure Micro Floor Pump, In-line Gauge, 140 psi, Reversible Presta Schrader, Long Hose, Frame Mount

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  • 11" High Pressure Micro Floor Pump, 140 psi
  • In-line gauge
  • Reversible Presta and Schrader valve for use on different bikes
  • Fold-up T-handle and fold-up foot stand, rotating nozzle and flexible hose
  • Frame mount with bolts, Velcro strap and heavy duty cable ties for flexible mounting options
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Product Description

The GM71 is a super compact and lightweight, high pressure, micro floor pump with an in-line gauge.

At only 11", the maximum pressure is 140 psi.

All BV pumps are reversible for Presta and Schrader valves.

Both the foot stand and handle fold up into a small package. The long hose is flexible and the rotating nozzle allow for easier operation.

It comes with a holder that mounts where a bottle cage mounts on a bike. Velcro straps and heavy duty cable ties are included for mounting on other parts of bike frames.

With 3 mounting options and packed with features, the micro pump is highly versatile and flexible.

Specifications:

Material: Aluminum
Max. Pressure: 140 psi
Valve Type: Presta and Schrader
Weight: 7.4 oz.
Dimensions: 10" x 2" x 1".

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 3 x 3 x 5.5 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B003RR8GF4
  • Item model number: BV-GM71
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (117 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #4,768 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Customer Reviews

Foot stand works fine; it's metal, nice!
Zaney Katie
I can easily pump it up to 50-60 PSI, and with a bit of effort to 100-100 PSI.
Calvin
It's small so it takes a lot of pumping but it gets the job done.
Michael Walek

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

21 of 21 people found the following review helpful By MiWilderness on August 5, 2012
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The pump inflates 700c tires with ease to 85 psi, would easily inflate to higher pressures with no effort. Average of about 1/2 lb. of air per pump. This is a compact floor pump that folds up into a small package. No instructions provided so only 4 stars. Impressed with the quality and durability. Comes with a holder and Velcro strap that fits where the bottle holder goes on the frame of the bike. Flexible telescopic air hose makes inflating tires easy without the need to remove them or put the pump in an awkward position. One handed operation is possible. Excellent product!
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Rae Spark on November 19, 2012
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It's compact and user friendly. Gets the job done. All bike pumps are exhausting so this isn't any different, but it gets 5 stars because it is an excellent product all around. Price, size, functionality.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By CF on July 10, 2014
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Nice little pump. Seems to be well constructed (I'll update after I've had some more time with it to see if it degrades)

Materials:
Aluminium body and metal foot brace, everything else is hard plastic except for the extendable flexible tube. I pressurized the pump and extended and twisted all the moving parts and didn't hear any leaks so all the seals are tight

Size - It is very small (10.75 by 1.5 inches at it's longest and thickest) when collapsed but extends to a workable size (16in tall with a 14in standoff from the tire) though you're still going to be bent double when pumping since it is pretty short. The flexible tube is nice as it makes it much easier to attach to the tire while pumping.

Collapsible handles etc - Everything clicks together and seems very secure without any wiggling which bodes well for not coming apart while riding.

Pumping - Easy and smooth, does not require herculean strength to adequately pressurize your inner tube. The handle and metal foot make it easy to brace against and the bottom has a patch of grippy, treaded rubber to keep the pump from sliding about.

Pressure gauge - I compared the inline gauge to two other ones I had (analog and digital) and they all agreed to one another within ~5 psi.

Reversible valve - unscrew the valve cap at the head of the pump, there will be a small black rubber collar with a smaller, plastic valve inside. Separate the valve and collar, flip both of them around, reinsert and tighten the cap back down. I only have Schrader valves so I'm not sure how well it works on presta but the proccess was easy enough to do (there is a diagram in the product photos as well).
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8 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Silly English Kinigit on June 16, 2013
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I've struggled with portable hand pumps in the past. I would get the pressure up to about 90psi, but the last 10-15 pounds either my arms would give out, or the pump would. I just used this pump to inflate my tire, and got it to 115psi without any trouble at all, even on a presta valve! The flex estension works really well, to be able to position the pump where you need it to be. The valve head makes a seal very easily on the valve stem. Finally, I really like that the mount is centered. On most portable pumps, the mount is to the side, so the pump can catch on your leg or your pants. This mount keeps the pump out of the way.

Nice job BV!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Bruce MacDonald on August 26, 2013
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I've only used it once, but this seems to be a good, basic portable pump. As other reviewers have noted, it comes without any manual or directions whatsoever. I didn't know how to reverse the Presta/Schrader connections, so I had to take it to my bike shop for instructions. Otherwise it works fine, maybe a little flimsier than I expected -- and it takes some effort to fill a bike tire up to 75 psi.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By B. Chen on July 22, 2014
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Pros:
Good build quality
Easy to pump
Inline pressure gauge
Flexible tubing (just pull the fill valve to expose the tubing)
(Reusable) Ziptie mounting hardware included

Cons:
No instructions
Occupies a bottle mount (sits directly on top of mounting holes, not to the side)

Instructions for switching from schrader to presta:
- Push the fill/seal lever down
- Unscrew plastic cap
- (optional) pull lever up to push internal components out
- Schrader config should be: spring + plastic piece -> rubber piece
- Separate the plastic and rubber pieces (make sure the spring is in the plastic piece)
- If spring comes out, insert it into plastic piece with the narrow side of the spring pointing out
- Flip both pieces (but don't swap their places, that would be silly)
- Spring should face the rear for Schrader, inside the rubber casing for Presta
- Make sure lever is pushed down, place reassembled piece back in, check that rubber casing is flush, screw cap back on

Pumping is pretty straightforward, but I found one method to be easiest
- grab handle with dominant hand (have all of your fingers one side of the bar, be careful to place your thumb where it won't be pinched
- place the fleshy part of your other palm (under the thumb) on the rest of the handle on the other side
- Hold pump in place with the foot piece
- Early pumps are pretty easy, pump like you would with a normal floor pump
- at around 80-85psi, it's best to slam the piston down (not too forcefully, just for momentum) instead of a steady push
- This gets me up to 115psi with little trouble or time
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