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Topeak Turbo Morph Bike Pump with Gauge
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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
- 280 g / 0.62 lb
- 160 psi/ 11 bar Capacity
- Single Action Pump w/Fold Out Foot Pad
- Analog Guage
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It has a huge problem with presta (you can find confirmations in another reviews). The problem to put it on, The problem to hold it. The problem to remove it. So usually situation it something like this: The first try fails every time - air blows around nipple, but not in the tube, after ~5-10 times you are able to put it on correctly and it started to inflate, you want, for example, to make 120psi, at ~100psi head jumps off the nipple => Another 5-10 times to inflate it just one camera. When you remove it from nipple - a lot of chances to broke your tube if you do not hold it, I really do not understand why I did not have the same problems with road morph.
Usually I do not write reviews, but today I was a bit short in time, came home, started to inflate tube and after ~3rd time and I broke nipple of the 4th camera - no training today, spent ~15 minutes with just trying to inflate. I just hit asphalt with this pump, because all it made in ~3 month is a lot of problems ~every time, and some training was stopped just by this pump.
Also, the quality shows: yellow holder for the knob is goes away from its place every time.
DO NOT BUT if you have presta. The worst pump ever.
The gauge stopped working about a year ago, but I chalk that up to being in the elements year-round. Had to fix a flat the other day with snow and low 20 degree temps. The pump worked well, but the foot pad finally broke off. It was probably brittle being so cold. I can't find a replacement part for that, but I'm looking to purchase another. I need the foot pad and want my gauge back.
I'm going to take better care of the new pump. Will keep it out of the elements. Maybe store in my panniers or put in plastic bag. Not a lot can stand up to water, dirt, salt, and ice. I ride every day. Overall, this pump has held up well and still works well, for pumping air.
This pump is just the right size to throw into my frame bag. It weighs just over half a pound, which is mostly unnoticeable. It has a decent stroke that makes it easy to pump up large tires from empty. The gauge is a nice addition for at least getting into the right inflation ballpark after a tire repair. The flexible hose eliminates all stress from the valve it gets hooked up to. The head has a convertible tip which won't get chewed up by shraeder valves like non-convertible "smart heads". The fold-out foot makes it easy to pump up quickly and efficiently. And the T-handle gives a comfortable hand hold.
Yes, this thing is mostly made of plastic. The only metal parts I could find are the barrel and the shaft. Everything else is plastic. This is both a blessing and a curse. It's very light and easy to repair, but it might be more prone to breakage. Topeak does offer repair parts for almost every component on this pump, though. And their warranty and customer service is great. For the record, I've never broken a Topeak plasticky pump, with the exception of the crappy "smart head" that gets all chewed up over time (but no "smart head" on this pump, yay!)
The included mounting bracket is decent. It's fairly sturdy and holds the pump solidly. But it only holds the pump on 2 axes. It won't prevent the pump from sliding length-wise. So if you mount the pump under the down-tube (some bike frames have bottle mount braze-ons there), the pump could eventually slide down far enough that it sticks out past the bottom bracket. This is a minor issue, but I bring it up because I had originally intended to mount the pump there until I realized it was a bad idea.
So now when I get a flat, I don't have to deal with empty CO2 cartridges anymore, I don't have to run myself ragged trying to inflate a 2.5" tire with a mini-pump, I don't have to pull out the giant frame pump. I can just slip out this excellent Turbo Morph G and be back on the trail in record time,
Also, this pump made me the trail hero a couple weeks ago when a fellow rider needed air, and his CO2 cartridges turned out to all be empty.