Topeak Pocket Rocket Master Blaster Bike Pump
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- Used by both professional and amateur riders alike
- Made using high quality materials and components
- Tested to ensure quality and durability
- Lightweight, Presta/Schrader compatible bike pump with frame mount included
- 160 psi capacity; pump weighs 4.05 ounces and measures 8.7 by 1.7 by 1.0 inches
- Soft Kraton head and plastic handle for increased grip
- Integrated dust cap keeps head clean and ready to use
- Durable butted aluminum barrel and aluminum thumb lock
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Lightweight mini pump with alloy barrel for roadies. Soft dual density polymer head and plastic handle for increased grip and comfort while pumping. Efficient design pumps to 160 psi.
At Topeak, exciting new ideas for accessories are spinning at full speed and driving us ahead in a never ending cycle of innovation. From the dreams of our designers and engineers great cycling accessories are born - spun out from the ever turning gears of their collective imagination. From our humble beginning in 1991 our passion for cycling has evolved into the making of the worlds finest cycling accessories. In almost every category, our products set the standard of innovation, performance and durability. Products like our JoeBlow series floor pumps, Alien tools and RaceRocket mini pumps to our patented technologies like SmartHead, TwinHead, PressureRite, QuickTrack and QuickClick systems to the full service PrepStation and PanoBike App Topeak delivers the convenience and enjoyment your cycling customers deserve. Products
The Pocket Rocket Master Blaster from Topeak is a lightweight mini pump designed for road use, with an efficient design that pumps to 160 psi. Weighing in at just 4.05 ounces, the Pocket Rocket features alloy barrel construction with a soft Kraton head and plastic handle for a secure grip as you pump. Road-ready, the Pocket Rocket has an integrated dust cap that keeps the head clean and ready. The Pocket Rocket mounts easily to your bike frame with a mounting bracket and is both Schrader and Presta compatible.
- Capacity: 160 psi / 11 bar
- Size: 8.7 by 1.7 by 1.0 inches / 22.2 x 4.2 x 2.5 centimeter (LxWxH)
- Weight: 115 grams / 4.05 ounces
- Head: Presta/Schrader/Dunlop with Integrated Dust Cap
- Barrel: Butted Aluminum
- Thumb Lock: Aluminum
- Handle: Plastic
- Added Features: Kraton Head
- Mounting Bracket
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How to switch the default configuration from a Presta valve to a Shrader valve on the top peak Pocket Rocket mini pump.
Definitely wouldn't recommend this. I wouldn't trust it in an emergency and I can't imagine anyone is using this at home.
Edited to add a couple more stars, since I finally did get it to work, shouldn't have been that hard though!
Pull out the black insert(s). There should be two pieces but you may have to pull them apart.
Take the one with the point end and push it through the small hole of the cylindrical one.
Put the pair back into the pump with the larger hole facing out.
Reattach the cap.
1. Buy the pump. Carefully follow previous reviewers' instructions about converting it for Schrader valves.
2. Stick the pump in your bike tool kit without thoroughly testing it first. (Hey, I said this review is based on my experience. I didn't say I was smart.)
3. Experience a flat tire.
4. Remove wheel and tire, patch or replace inner tube, put everything back together. Pull out pump.
5. Spend anywhere from five to thirty minutes, depending on your patience level, trying to latch the pump onto the valve securely enough to inflate the tire. Push, shove, pull, yank, twist, slap, bang, jerk, wrestle, grunt, sweat, and implore the bike gods, which is problematic because they don't actually exist, all to no avail, because the pump WILL NOT seat on the valve well enough to actually pump in any air. (It is possible to jam it down on the valve stem so hard that you're afraid you'll never get it off again, but not possible to force any air through said valve stem.)
6. Despite having followed previous reviewers' instructions exactly, suspect that you haven't assembled the pump correctly for Schrader valves. Spend another five to thirty minutes, depending on your patience level, disassembling and reassembling the parts in every possible configuration, finally concluding that it was correct in the first place because no other configuration even looks like it might be right.
7. Spend another five to thirty minutes pushing, shoving, pulling, yanking, twisting, slapping, banging, jerking, wrestling, grunting, sweating, and problematically imploring the bike gods, all to no avail, because the pump WILL NOT seat on the valve well enough to actually pump in any air.
8. Give up. Walk the bike home. Get out your floor pump and inflate the tire in sixty seconds flat.
9. Get on Amazon and read the reviews for a bunch of other portable tire pumps. Order the BV 11" High Pressure Micro Floor Pump, In-line Gauge, 140 psi, Reversible Presta Schrader, Long Hose, Frame Mount.
10. Decide to be smart this time and test the pump before a tire goes flat on the road. Deflate a tire completely and pump it up again with the BV pump. Discover that it works beautifully. Dance for joy.
11. Get back on Amazon to write a scathing review of the Pocket Rocket and an enthusiastic review of the BV pump.
...Or, you know, you could skip steps 1-8 and just buy the BV pump in the first place. Granted, it's a little heavier and bulkier than the Pocket Rocket, and a little more expensive, but I for one would rather carry a slightly heavier pump that will actually inflate a tire than walk all the way home with a lightweight pump and a flat tire I can't fix.