|Item part number||1123|
|Manufacturer Part Number||1123|
|Package Dimensions||32.77 x 13.72 x 10.41 cm|
WUYASTA Double Cylinder Foot Air Pump, Precision Pressure Gauge High Pressure Pedal Inflator, Portable Foot Air Mercury for Ball, Bicycle, Scooter, Motorcycle, Car Pumping, Toys Balls Inflatable
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- Use for Ball, Bicycle, Scooter, Motorcycle, Car Pumping, Toys Balls Inflatable
- Precision Pressure Gauge High Pressure Pedal Inflator
- Durable and long lasting
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But for some reason I connect it to the scooter wheel, as you see in the pictures it always shows that the wheel is about 20 psi.
What I do I put the mouthpiece with a loose handle after it comes in. I close the mouthpiece with the knob.
In this situation after I close the handle the gauge shows that it is on the psi20 for some reason showed the same in two wheels that are about 20.
And then inflated as I should around the 30 and then I released the knob and took the fairy out quickly, then I returned again to see what it was showing I went back again on the steps and he showed again 20,
What do you think is the problem?
So I think the gauge is not accurate
Is there a way to check the gauge?
please advise ASAP
Still it works far better than any hand-operated or electric pumps, which are total garbage. CO2 inflators work fantastic, but can be used once in an emergency, making them totally unacceptable for daily use. I only wish that this device would have worked the same at 80 PSI as it did at 70, but sadly, it performed miserably at this level. Otherwise, I would have easily given it Five Stars for quality and ease of use :(
I really like how compact this pump is and it seems pretty simple. However, I'm pretty sure the pressure gauge isn't working well. I used it for one tire and it said I reached 85psi with just 3 pumps. I was impressed. The next tire never got inflated above 30-40psi. I had to fuss with that repeatedly to get it properly attached. When I finally got it inflated (ignoring the guage), I discovered the first tire was flat again. It hadn't really inflated after all. I reinflated that tire and they have both been great for over two months.
So... Overall this is a good pump and far easier for my arthritis to handle. I find the guage is not reliable but otherwise I'm happy. The presta valves/insert are a little finicky but perhaps that's user error to some degree.
Only 1 thing but I have to double check,my friends standard pump with a gauge shows 85 pounds with my tire rock hard like I want it.
The site does not say but the hose is a dual fitting both USA and the Frenchi style
The dual foot pump shows 45 pounds,but as long as it's very hard then i'm happy (sorry if that sounds dirty lol)
I live right on the boardwalk in Atlantic City,NJ and we have the longest boardwalk in the world so I need a good pump that will fit in the pack and know it's going to do the job.
Got it for $18.99 on sale