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Blackburn Chamber Tubeless Floor Pump
Blackburn Chamber Tubeless Floor Pump
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Our Price: $149.99

Product Code: BLACKBURN18-7085522

Blackburn Chamber Tubeless Floor Pump: BIG AIR. EASILY! And you thought you'd never get big air... If you're a tubeless tire convert, you'll wonder how you lived without this pump. Just pressurize the chamber and with a simple flip of the burly switch, all that air floods the tire, giving it no option but to seal and air up. Once the tire's in place, flip the switch back to bypass the chamber and you can top it up accurately with the giant gauge.
Specs & Information
  • Oversized pump shaft for extra durability.
  • Pump head features rugged alloy cap and lever.
  • Super long 47" hose to reach valves in stands or car racks.
  • PSI and Bar increments on gauge, with vibrant color matched background.
  • 50 PSI, 3.4 Bar maximum
  • 3150grams / 6.9lbs.

Average Rating: Average Rating: 5 of 5 5 of 5 Total Reviews: 1 Write a review »

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5 of 5 Airs UP Tubeless with 1 HAND ! April 20, 2022
Reviewer: Carol P from Cincinnati, OH  
Solidly constructed and totally stable.  I am a slender female - after topping-off sealant, I was able to air up 700x38cc tubeless gravel tires in FIVE STROKES with 1 HAND!   We have tubeless and tubed setups and the no-fuss valve head was so intuitive.  By simply cupping the tire with one hand, I was able to steady the valve head on the valve, then flip the lever with my other hand to secure it.  The valve head and lever are METAL - with a nice substantial feel in the hand and quite stable on the valve.  The fuss-free valve head fit long and short presta valves without having to change fittings.  The top-mounted gauge is SO NICE - I could easily see when I was close to done... make micro adjustments with the bleeder button - which is perfectly situated right where you need it.  The super long air tube enabled me to keep the bikes on the stand (or transport rack) and the valve at 9 o'clock (keeping sealant away from the valve) during inflation.  Where have you been all my life :)

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