Topeak Road Morph G Mini 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
- Portable on-the-go bike pump with padded T-handle
- Foldout footpad stabilizes the pump against the ground
- Flexible air hose works with awkward or tight valve placements
- Extra-long barrel; inline gauge and secure mounting bracket
- Presta/Schrader head with plastic thumb lock; weighs 0.49 pounds
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|Item Dimensions||13.8 x 2.2 x 1.1 inches|
|Material Type||Alloy Barrel|
|Model Name||Topeak Road Morph Mini Pump W/Gauge|
|Shipping Weight||0.5 pounds|
|Size||L x W x H ﻿35 x 5.7 x 2.8 cm / 13.8" x 2.2" x 1.1"|
You donAAAt have to guess tire pressure with the Topeak Road Morph G Mini Pump thanks to a flip-out analog gauge that reads up to 140psi. Now you can say goodbye to startling explosions or frequent stops to add more air. Lightweight and durable butted aluminum construction ensures the Morph G survives a skip across the tarmac after you drop it out of your back pocket at 30mph.
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- Weight: 220 g
- Recommended Use: road cycling, MTB
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Color: null | Size: L x W x H 35 x 5.7 x 2.8 cm / 13.8” x 2.2” x 1.1”
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Took off one star because the flip down foot stand kind of works well enough, but it could so easily be much better, with a sturdier material and some kind of locking mechanism. Otherwise the pump works great for an emergency bike pump. I just don't know why they skimped on the foot pedal, it just seems actively lazy.
Don't rely on this pump to help you fix a flat tire--doing so very nearly left me standed in the middle of nowhere. Luckily I had my CO2 inflator still in my bag, so I made it home.
First time I go to use it (out on the trail of course), I disassembled the head and flipped the gasket around as one of the other reviewers mentioned to do for schrader valves. Easy. However, I go to attach it and lock it on my stem, and I can't seem to get a good seal to put air in. After scratching my head and googling around on my phone, I discovered it's supposed to have a plastic insert to depress the needle on the valve, and of course mine was missing that very critical piece that makes the whole thing work.
I just contacted customer service for the pump manufacturer, and will adjust my review if I hear back and get the missing part.
Otherwise, be sure to try this pump out at home before relying on it anywhere else, because as I discovered, it will probably fail completely and you will be f**ked
and it's now connected to my top tube. Need to find out if I can buy another mount for this one to switch
over as needed. Using on tires from 40 to 100 PSI. Yes, it is small, but easy to use. I wrapped the handle
in bar tape to make it more comfortable at higher pressures.
As others mention the kick out foot step is worthless but a nice thought.
If you need a pump that can be a rescue pump and a regular pump you have to work a little bit for towards the higher PSI, this is your jam.