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Topeak JoeBlow Max II Floor Bike Pump

by Topeak

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  • Has a pumping capacity of 120 psi
  • Twin head construction
  • Weighs 3.53-pounds(1.6-kilogram)
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Product Description

Topeak Joe Blow Floor Pumps
Item Specifications
ColorBlack
PSI120PSI
Hose Length35ins

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 27.5 x 9.5 x 5.5 inches ; 3.2 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 3.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  • ASIN: B000FIE4J0
  • Item model number: 62002080
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (150 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #115,945 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Customer Reviews

So far, for my uses, this pump works great.
L. Baker
I think the "fast, high pressure" and "max 120 psi" advertising is misleading; I wouldn't recommend this pump for higher tire pressures at all.
Midwest birdwatcher
The JoeBlow Max bike pump is a great buy for the average cyclist on a budget.
Eva Trammell

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

90 of 92 people found the following review helpful By Meeshu on March 4, 2008
I've had this pump for about a month.

Pumps up tires/tubes with Shrader valves OK.

The Presta valve side of the twin head does not work properly with short stemmed Presta valves. It seems that the pump nozzle has difficulty in forming a good seal with short stemmed Presta valves. The pump will only pump up to around 75 PSI into the tire/tube. Pressures beyond 75 PSI appear to "seal" the valve, which prevents further tire/tube inflation. The extra pressure just pressurizes the pump hose only!

Pumping to higher pressures is a bit difficult. Especially when compared to easier working pumps such as Specialized and Blackburn brands which I have also.

Overall it is an average pump.

Not recommended for use with short stemmed Presta valves.
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57 of 60 people found the following review helpful By Silverer on November 19, 2007
When the pump arrived, it was larger than the impression I had from the picture in the ad. Nice quality of construction. When you place it on a level surface, it stands instead of falling over like many other pumps. The action is very smooth on this pump. On mountain bike tires, each time the pump was stroked a full cycle, it added about 4.5 lbs. of pressure to the tire. Not bad. So if the tire is low, at say 20 psi, it takes only about 7 pumps to bring it up to 50 psi. (This will be different on different size tires, expect to pump a lot more strokes on a car tire). The pressure gauge has a movable collar not visible in the photo that has a red arrow on it. Align the red arrow with the desired pressure, and just pump until the needle is aligned. The valve connector worked well and locked in place without any air leakage. Storage of the hose is well thought out. After clipping the hose in place, it also holds in the handle from unwanted extension if picked up by the handle or laid on its side, also protecting the polished rod by keeping it inside the cylinder. For the money, it looks like you can't go wrong!
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32 of 34 people found the following review helpful By T. Toft on August 9, 2007
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If you want a simple, reliable, and economical floor pump, you don't need to look any further. It's easy to use, works like you'd expect, and I've not had any problems with it at all. On top of it's basic utility, it also provides the means to store its accessories (alternate hose tips) directly on the pump so that you don't need to risk losing them.
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15 of 15 people found the following review helpful By HomeBrew on August 11, 2009
I've had a Joe Blow Sport pump for 5+ years and it was great. Decided to get a 2nd pump, one for home & family use and one to leave in the car. Based on my old pump & positive general Joe Blow reviews, I bought a Joe Blow "Max" from the LBS last week, and it blows !
Once I get up to 80 psi, I really have to LEAN on it for each stroke to get up to 110. I mean my feet just about lift off the ground ! (I weigh 170)

I got my old Joe Blow pump out and tried it ... zip zip zip right to 110 no problem.

I am on my way back to the shop to return it.
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19 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Midwest birdwatcher on June 29, 2008
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This pump is OK for inflating mountain bike tires to 60 lbs (and the gauge is fairly accurate up to that point), but forget about higher pressures unless you weigh a couple hundred pounds yourself.

Beyond 70 lbs I had to push down on the pump handle and jump off the floor at the same time to force the handle down, three jumps to complete one pump! That worked for a couple of pumps, but at about 80 lbs the handle refused to budge with all of my weight on it (a bit under 150 lbs). The gauge was not accurate and read much higher. I tried several tires thinking I might not have the head seated correctly, and yes I bled the presta valves, but I got the same results.

I ended up filling road tires to 100 lbs with the compact emergency road pump I've been using up to this point. I think the "fast, high pressure" and "max 120 psi" advertising is misleading; I wouldn't recommend this pump for higher tire pressures at all. Niagara's return policy says they only accept returns in unopened, original packaging, so I guess I'm stuck with it.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By M. Dionne on October 6, 2007
I've had this pump for over a year, and it works great. The reversible head never pops off like some others do. The handle is plastic but it seems sturdy enough.

I've had other Topeak products for many years, and several times I have contacted them (via email) for small parts, and they have sent them for free.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Paul Moser on May 12, 2007
For the longest time, I had to take my bike to the local gas station to pump my bike tires to 90lbs. I had a small electric air pump that couldn't get to that high of a pressure. This hand pump was able to get my tires right back up to 90lbs.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Louklwy on October 5, 2008
I've gone through 3 Joe Blow pumps in 9 months. The overall pump is sturdy but the valve falls apart with only minor use in a very short period of time. Lucky for me my local bike shop let me swap them out for free. It's really a crying shame that this company doesn't get it, the valves are just cheap plastic and not on par with the rest of the pump.
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