Topeak Joe Blow Sport II Bicycle Track Pump
Every cyclist needs a good track pump. For the times when a mini-pump just doesn't cut it, you need the power, efficiency and durability of a good quality track pump, such as the Topeak Joe Blow Sport II. It's TwinHead connector will fit a range of valves, meaning this pump is a great all-rounder. - T.H
If ordered before 9pm, delivered by courier next working day. Available on orders placed before 9pm (2pm weekends and Bank Holidays) for delivery next business day. Applies to most delivery addresses within mainland UK.
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Previous Track Pump was getting past it. Looked at and liked the reviews of the Topeak. Not disappointed once I got the hang of it; need to press inflation device fully on to valve and a bit fiddly until you have done it a few times
very powerful pump :) the gauge meter is huge and can be read easily without difficulties at all. from 60 psi to 120 in 4-5 pumps. so simple!! :) looks good and built well. I hope the rubber parts will last for long. who knows..
My silca track pump finally gave up so I purchased the joe blow, Great pump I even pumped the car tires up no problem.
I've been using an old Oxford track pump for years. Thought mt tyres were 'hard enough'. I was actually only running at 80-90 psi. Just 3 presses on this pump and up to 110psi, which is where they should be. So fast tonight, and no noticeable increase in discomfort or ride chatter. Well built, beautiful and very east to use, attaching to valve is simple. Really can't fault and wish I'd bought one sooner!
This is a well constructed and powerful pump. Would have no hesitation in recommending it, super fast delivery too.
This pump works just great. Tough and well built. The pressure gauge seems accurate. Is smooth and easy to use. The adjustable cable is a good idea.
the pressure ghauge is well place and easy to read. work well and it's tough
Weâ€™d have preferred a longer hose, but thatâ€™s our only real criticism of the Topeak Joe Blow Sport. It's very stable, thanks to its large, wing-shaped metal base, and construction is good quality, too.
While the chunky plastic handle doesnâ€™t have quite the pleasing feel of the best wooden ones, itâ€™s smooth on top with finger shaped moulds underneath and very comfortable to use, with no hard edges. The gauge isnâ€™t that large, but itâ€™s mounted a third of the way up the barrel and is clear to read. Overall, this is a great quality budget pump.
Superb pump for the price, metal constructed barrel and foot plate, easily inflates to 120psi
This is a great pump and is very reliable. Great value and love that it has a pressure gauge so you know how much air is in the tire
my room-mate has this pump. I use it about once a week. It gets the job done, and is pretty inexpensive. Good pump
First thing, the included pressure gauge is a must. Otherwise, your pumping unhooking the pump metering the pressure, letting air out, metering too low, hooking the pump back up... Buy a pump with a pressure gauge, it's a worth-while upgrade. With the Joe Blow, the upgrade wont hit your pocket book hard either.
I agree with Ride to Work Magazine. What they wouldn't have found in their short review period is that after two or three years of regular use you will need to either replace the head or open it up & tighten things down, as the head will eventually begin to leak air out of the unused nozzle.
Emptying your tires to 30-40 psi before inflating will increase the longevity of your pump as well.