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Moozeet Portable High Pressure Hand Bicycle Pump

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A bicycle pump is a necessity for you! Have you worried about late for class in morning with flat tire bicycle? Do you want to own a personal bicycle pump for pumping with convenient? We strongly recommend you this portable high pressure hand bi...
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Specifications:


  • The best bike pump is a must have for those cyclist
  • Light weight and portable bicycle pump can be easily attached to bicycle
  • Economical, portable and mini size for your carrying
  • This road bike pump is easy to use
  • This bicycle pump is appropriate for road bicycles, mountain bicycles, normal bicycles and so on
  • High quality compact bicycle pump is necessary for outdoor survival activities
  • Material: Plastic
  • Color: Silver
  • Length: 28cm/11.0in

Details:

Moozeet Portable High Pressure Hand Bicycle Pump


  • This bicycle tire pump is is appropriate for road bicycles, mountain bicycles and normal bicycles and so on

Moozeet Portable High Pressure Hand Bicycle Pump


  • Characterized by the light weight and mini size, this bicycle air pump is portable for your carrying

Moozeet Portable High Pressure Hand Bicycle Pump


  • The ergonomic handle of the best bicycle pump provides a comfortable grip

Moozeet Portable High Pressure Hand Bicycle Pump


  • And this bicycle tire pump is with high quality material which can be used for a long time

Moozeet Portable High Pressure Hand Bicycle Pump


  • The valve, with unique design, of this bicycle tire pump can be a rotation in order to inflate

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Moozeet Portable High Pressure Hand Bicycle Pump


How to Operate a Bicycle Pump:

Moozeet Portable High Pressure Hand Bicycle Pump


Airing up your bike tires is easy once you know how. It's something you can do at home with a simple floor pump. Air up your tires often. You should air up your tires before every long ride, or after several days of not riding your bike. The air hose they have at gas stations won't reach the pressure level required for many bikes because car tires are kept at a much lower pressure than many bikes


  • Remove the valve cap on your tire valve. If you have a presta valve, which is skinny with a little knob on top, unscrew the knob gently. These are more common high-end bikes. This knob does not come off, it just gets unscrewed. Push down to feel air release for just a second to ensure the valve is ready. If you have a schrader valve which is wider and more similar to a car tire valve, simply remove the cap
  • Determine how much air pressure is required for your tires. The amount of pressure your tires require can be determined by looking at the side wall of the tire. The pressure could be anywhere from about 40 to 60 psi for mountain bikes and bikes with fatter tires, depending on the type of riding the cyclist does to (pounds per square inch) to 50 to 90 for city riding and hybrids to 100 to 120 psi for road bikes with skinny tires. It is important to use the correct amount for your particular bike, though rather than guessing at a range
  • Attach the bicycle pump to your nozzle and flip the lever up to lock it. If the pump won't fit correctly onto the valve, you need a valve attachment so that your pump will work with your valve. This is not unusual since there are 2 types of tire valves as mentioned above: presta and schrader. You can buy the attachment at a local bike shop
  • Press down firmly on the pump while watching the gauge. Pressing down delivers air to the tire and the gauge lets you know how much air. The goal is to have the gauge match the correct psi range for your tires and riding as determined in step 2. It can be difficult to press down firmly enough for tires that require a higher amount of pressure but avoid pushing down and balancing your body weight on the pump, this could damage your pump. Instead push firmly and straighten your arms as you do
  • Remove the nozzle swiftly but carefully by opening the lever and pulling it off the valve. Do not twist it or wrench it off as you could damage the valve. If you have a presta valve, screw the nut back down. Replace the valve cap for either type of valve 

How to Fix a Bicycle Pump:


Moozeet Portable High Pressure Hand Bicycle Pump

Manually operated bicycle pumps are essentially piston and cylinder machines that compress air and force it into the inner tube. Floor pumps, frame pumps and foot pumps all have same primary parts that are prone to failure--the hose and related fittings and the seal at the end of the piston rod, known as the leather


  • Check for leaks in the hose assembly by holding your finger against the valve fitting at the end of the hose and operating the pump for one or two strokes. If the hose or fittings are bad, air will hiss out at the valve fitting (pump head), the base of the pump, or through the hose itself
  • Replace cracked or broken hoses with a new hose. Hoses must withstand high pressure and patches seldom hold
  • Repair a leaking pump head by unscrewing the nut and replacing the seal. If the head is leaking at the connection to the hose, replace the connector with an adjustable hose clamp
  • Tighten a leaking fitting at the pump end of the hose where it screws into the base of the pump. If this doesn't fix the problem, remove and replace the connection with a new hose clamp
  • Fix a faulty leather by removing the rod assembly from the pump barrel. If the leather is split or perforated, replace it. If it appears dry or warped, lubricate it generously with light multi-purpose grease or heavy oil

Package Included:


  • 1 x Bicycle Pump