Serfas TCPG Bicycle Floor Pump
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- Simple valve pump head - fits both presta and schrader valves
- All metal barrel and nylon base
- 160 PSI capacity
- Equipped with ball and accessory attachments
- Ships in Certified Frustration-Free Packaging
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Serfas TCPG Bicycle Pump and Sporting goods inflator
Simple Valve Head for both Presta and Schrader.
This pump has a simple valve head which easily accepts Presta and Schrader valves. Flip the lever and the pump head will adapt without having remove the cap.
Serfas warrants to the original purchaser of this product that the product is free from defects in material and workmanship for the lifetime of the product.
Overview of the TCPG
- Simple Valve Head fits Presta and Schrader Valves.
- Alloy Barrel with sturdy nylon base and handle.
- Easy to read gauge
- Includes Ball and Accessory Inflators.
- Capacity: 160 psi / 11 bar
- Height: 23 inches / 58cm
- Weight: 1130 grams / 40 ounces.
Simple Valve Head
Completely automatic head for use on both presta and schrader valves. Eliminates having to use adapters or remove gaskets.
The ideal hose storage to keep it neat and off the ground and supporting the handle for easy carrying.
Pressure Gauge and Stable Base
Easy to read gauge with adjustable marker to set your ideal pressure. The gauge reads in both PSI and Bar. They reinforced base adds stability while pumping.
Sporting Goods and Needle Adapters
The TCPG comes with a ball and bladder adapter. This makes the pump ideal for exercise balls, mattresses and all of your team sports equipment that require the needle.
|Package Height||6.5 x 9.49 x 24.49 inches|
|Shipping Weight||3.45 pounds|
Top Customer Reviews
Pros: This is where it gets its two stars, and that's for the pump. Good build quality and very nice hose attachment to work with both Shrader and Presta valves. There is very little air lost using either valve which is great.
Cons: Terrible gauge! 1st pump ordered was 5psi off, the second was almost 10psi off! See my uploaded image to see results compared to my Accu-gauge attached in series between this pump and my bicycle tire.
This may seem like a great surprise to some based on the positive ratings. I was surprised how well of a toilet plunger this made. Do yourself a favor, save your money and Avoid Serfas and Topeak. If you are looking for a quality, accurate, reliable, and value floor pump... get your moneys worth... I bought a Specialized Air Tool instead and boy is it swell.
On opening and first using the pump, I was struck by how lightweight it is - very easy to carry around. Unlike some of other pumps I've used that do both Schraeder and Presta, this one was easy to figure out what to do to fit each type (I've had some that were easier to use once you knew how, but were non-intuitive and took a while to learn). Overall, it meets the minimum need, but some downsides quickly emerged.
First the gauge can be considered moody at best. Sometimes it moves up evenly as I would expect, but the more typical action is for it to move up, then stay put for several pumps, then suddenly jump up 10 or 20 PSI, then stick again for a few pumps, and so on. Sometimes tapping the gauge will encourage it to move - other times it won't. This is particularly annoying when you're within 1 or 2 pumps of your desired pressure.
Next, the tube is fairly short. It's fine when the pump is right next to the bike, but can be problematic if you're trying to top off the tire while it's on a bike stand or rack. Not a killer, but an annoyance in those situations.
The volume per pump is also perhaps 50-60% of the volume my other floor pumps put out. Figure that what takes 10 pumps to get on my Air Tool pump is going to take 15-16 on the Serfas pump. Again, not a killer, but not as convenient.
Finally, the stabilizers on the pump are fairly small. This works both ways, as it does mean it's a little easier to pack, but it also makes it a bit less stable when on the ground and you're trying to hook the pump to the tire. Again, it works, but can be a bit of a nuisance if the ground is uneven at all or the valve stem is not right next to the pump.
Goes on and locks fairly easily
Easy to understand
Handles high pressure tires well
Lower volume per pump than most other pumps of this type
Gauge sticks for a few pumps, then jumps up suddenly
Not as stable on the floor as some other pumps (though there are much worse out there)
Overall, I can't say I "regret" the purchase. It is a fairly reliable (within the above pro/con list) pump at a fairly inexpensive price. Would I buy it again? Probably not.
I use it a few times a week for all bikes I've owned over the past couple years including the ones I fix up for my friends. It's been great.
I took it to the river and the kids got it all wet and sandy and after rinsing it off I realized it wasn't pumping all the air into the tire anymore! Bummed out, I decided to take it apart to see what was up. It came apart very easily (one plastic bolt) and it turns out the bottom had just been pushed down a bit from being thrown around for 4 years. I wiped it up, put it back together, and it's back to trucking along.
Well done Serfas. Damn good pump.
I have had no issues at all with the head slipping off of either valve style during pumping. When it comes off it is pretty clean with little pressure loss. The hose length is more than adequate for my needs and can attach to tall tires with the valve at the top.
Recommended for the price, features and quality.