Portable mini track pump; small, family light and affordable — instructions could be better though
Floor pump that's small enough to carry on the bike: light, neat, effective, well-made and fairly priced
Fine example of a mini pump
Neatly keeps your puncture equipment together; effective patches but there are better CO2 inflators
Well made, durable and robust track pump that works faultlessly; pricey but worth the investment
Simple, well designed CO2 inflator with Presta and Schrader valve compatibility and easy flow adjustment
Great pump for amateur use, and cheap enough to carelessly throw in the back of the race vehicle
Excellent pumping performance in a (fairly) small package; one to recommend
Small, solid feeling mini-pump but very hard to get a decent pressure
A no frills track pump that gets the job done with the minimum of fuss
Simple and reliable CO2 inflator - not the cheapest but works well.
Fast action, beefily-constructed pro workshop pump, recommended for everyone but more petite mechanics
Highly recommended for workshop use, fast, effective, accurate and tough
Really easy pump to use that quickly inflates tyres and provides very accurate inflation thanks to the digital gauge
Effortless and quick inflation plus an ergonomic insulated grip
Good alternative to a track pump, if a bit noisy
Sturdy, well built mini pump that'll easily reach the pressures required for road tyres
Neat-looking, fast-acting, bike-fitting pump with some clever features and one design oddity that may not suit some cyclists
Very well made floor pump with a strong performance to justify the price.
Has the looks and style but the Meqix Slam struggles when the pressure's on.