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Topeak Pocket Rocket Master Blaster Bike Pump
|Price:||$21.97 & FREE Shipping on orders over $25. Details|
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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.
|Package Height||1.65 x 3.86 x 11.42 inches|
|Shipping Weight||0.02 pounds|
|Size||L x W x H ﻿22.2 x 4.2 x 2.5 cm / ﻿8.7" x 1.7" x 1.0"|
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
Top customer reviews
How to switch the default configuration from a Presta valve to a Shrader valve on the top peak Pocket Rocket mini pump.
Con: Not very much air with each pump.
Mainly I wanted to write this review to put at easy anyone who, like me, was looking for a small, inexpensive travel pump, but also didn't want to end up with a flimsy piece of junk. My old bike pump was exactly that, and I really didn't want to have another crap pump. So trust me, I know a cheap pump when I see one. After rolling the dice and ordering this pump from Topeak, rest assured fellow shopper, this little guy is solid. It's got a great strong metal body and a very smooth and sturdy pumping and locking action.
I've only used it for presta tires, so I can't vouch personally yet for the schrader mode, but for the presta, the seal it makes is perfect and there's no adjusting or need to try and lock it in again (A constant with my old pump). Just put it on, flip up the lock and start pumping. No leaks. As far as using it for schrader tires, all you do is unscrew the front, pop out a little plastic piece, turn it around and screw it back together. Seems self explanatory and I would have to guess it works well also, but like I said, haven't tested it yet.
I will use this pump probably once a week, as I love having lots of pressure in my tires though they never seem to hold pressure that well. The pumping is very easy even when it's getting very full. I never feel like I'm going to blow a neck vein from pushing so hard like I used with my old pump. And even if I did, this pump is very sturdy so I never feel like it's going to shatter in my hands if I get a little aggressive with it either like the old pump did.
The only negative I have is that the amount of air you get in each pump is on the low side. If I used 7 or 8 pumps with my old pump, I'd say with this one I'd need close to double that. But this is a small price to pay for not having a flimsy pump that takes some tries to get a good seal, get's very hard to pump and feels like it will snap in two.
Almost forgot about the mount. It's a great system that will screw in underneath your water bottle holder (Comes with screws if you don't have one). Just take off the water bottle holder, line up the mount, and put the water bottle holder back on on top of it. (you can see this in the customer image) Mountain bikers take note; The pump clips in very hard and on top of that, has a rubber piece that holds it in. One of my water bottles would fall out before this thing would.
I'm reading a lot of people are having a hard time with this pump.
I did also.
Here is a simple breakdown for you.
See if your valves are Presta or Schrader. Presta are narrow and skinny, while Schrader are the usual thicker kind.
If you have Presta the pump is already set to use on your bike.
If you have Schrader see step 2.
Unscrew the gray cap on the front with the plug in it.
Do you see the little switch on the back of the unit that is lying flat?
Push it up, it will force the little pieces out of the front.
Simply switch the front one around to get the Schrader side and shove both pieces back in the pump.
Screw the gray cover with the plug back on but leave just a TINY bit of wiggle room, don't screw it on tight.
I'll tell you why in a moment. If you're a Presta simply loosen it a little since yours never needed to be detached to begin with.
Unscrew the covers on your valves and wiggle the pump onto the valve.
The bottom of the pump you should turn counter clockwise and be able to pull the pump way down so you can pump air.
The little switch on the back should be pushed up and away from the pump to lock it on the bike valve.
Pump away but make sure you have a tire gauge so you don't over/under inflate.
The correct tire pressure (PSI) should be on your tires.
I had to grab a flashlight to locate mine.
And the pump should work smoothly, if the pump bounces back at you, you do not have a good connection. Follow step 7 and try again till you get a good connection.
The pump will move smoothly and not bounce back and you shouldn't hear air seeping out with each pump.
You'll know after a few pumps if the tire is any firmer.
When you are finished pumping...
This is one where people are having a lot of trouble.
Push the lever on the back of the pump back down.
If you start pulling, twisting etc... it will be very difficult to remove the pump.
This is why I said to leave the gray cap a little loose.
Turn it counter clockwise just enough and it will wiggle the pump loose from the valve with zero effort.
I hope this helps.
Good pump, good price.
A must for bike riders, recommended.
The diameter of the Pocket Rocket opening is so snug that I can't get it to a proper position where it can open the air chuck. It took so much force to get the product on that the valve stem itself was getting pushed into the wheel opening. When I took it off, my valve threads started to chew off a part of the internal part of the pump head (see photo, I removed the pump head cap so you can see the damage better). Really? I thought this was made for each other. It was already getting damaged after the first try.