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Pedros Prestige Floor Pump
Features:
  • Steel base and Construction
  • Up to 160 PSI
  • Dual Presta/Schraeder
  • Super Accurate Gauge
Pedros Prestige Floor Pump
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Reviewed by SPDrecrd

Overall rating out of 10: 8
Inflation: 10
Gauge: 9
Grip: 9
Base: 7
Hose: 5

The Pedros Prestige Floor pump is so rock solid and reliable that it has become a standard workhorse in many a bike shop.

The head of the Prestige clamps on to smooth and threaded shaft presta valves just as easily as it does a schrader, for an airtight seal. The head locks in place via a thumb lever; neither short valves nor wheels where there is little room to work can stump it.

The gauge on the Prestige goes up to 160PSI, I've used it up to 140 with narry a hesitation. The Prestige scoffs at high pressures as it rapidly pumps your tires to capacity in a few stiff strokes. This pump affords you an even trade-off between pumping force you have to apply and speedy air volume delivery. This makes it ideal for just about any user. A rider with a decent amount of elbow grease to put into it can pump their tires in a just a couple of strokes. A less robust rider can still pump their tires without too much hassle.

The Nit Pick:
The foot of the Prestige maintains decent balance for the pump but, it could be a bit wider. My pump has fallen over a million times. Luckily, it's built fairly sturdy otherwise it would have been toast a long time ago.

The air hose on the Prestige is just plain too short. I would say that it's annoyingly short because it falls over and smacks me in the knee or falls and strikes my frame just about every time I use it. The problem is that you go to put the head on the valve of your wheel and it pulls the whole pump over. The hose could be about 8 inches longer to deal with the situation.

The handle grip is coated with soft rubber, this makes the pump comfortable to use even if you have to apply a great amount of force to get to those really high pressures.

All-in-all:
If you keep your foot on the base of the pump at all times, it rocks! I've pumped tons of tires with the thing and I can't kill it. It really does it's job and pretty damn well.

Pedros Prestige Floor Pump
Features:
  • Steel base and Construction
  • Up to 160 PSI
  • Dual Presta/Schraeder
  • Super Accurate Gauge
Pedros Prestige Floor Pump
click image for larger view


Click here
to buy now!



Reviewed by SPDrecrd

Overall rating out of 10: 8
Inflation: 10
Gauge: 9
Grip: 9
Base: 7
Hose: 5

The Pedros Prestige Floor pump is so rock solid and reliable that it has become a standard workhorse in many a bike shop.

The head of the Prestige clamps on to smooth and threaded shaft presta valves just as easily as it does a schrader, for an airtight seal. The head locks in place via a thumb lever; neither short valves nor wheels where there is little room to work can stump it.

The gauge on the Prestige goes up to 160PSI, I've used it up to 140 with narry a hesitation. The Prestige scoffs at high pressures as it rapidly pumps your tires to capacity in a few stiff strokes. This pump affords you an even trade-off between pumping force you have to apply and speedy air volume delivery. This makes it ideal for just about any user. A rider with a decent amount of elbow grease to put into it can pump their tires in a just a couple of strokes. A less robust rider can still pump their tires without too much hassle.

The Nit Pick:
The foot of the Prestige maintains decent balance for the pump but, it could be a bit wider. My pump has fallen over a million times. Luckily, it's built fairly sturdy otherwise it would have been toast a long time ago.

The air hose on the Prestige is just plain too short. I would say that it's annoyingly short because it falls over and smacks me in the knee or falls and strikes my frame just about every time I use it. The problem is that you go to put the head on the valve of your wheel and it pulls the whole pump over. The hose could be about 8 inches longer to deal with the situation.

The handle grip is coated with soft rubber, this makes the pump comfortable to use even if you have to apply a great amount of force to get to those really high pressures.

All-in-all:
If you keep your foot on the base of the pump at all times, it rocks! I've pumped tons of tires with the thing and I can't kill it. It really does it's job and pretty damn well.

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