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This Foot Pump is constructed of all-steel and has a durable enamel finish. It is equipped with an easy read gauge that is calibrated from 0 - 100 psi. A lever locks the chuck to the valve stem. The foot pedal has a non-slip rubber tread. The air hose is 16 inches long. The pump comes with three nozzle adapters for inflating bicycle tires, toys, sporting equipment and air mattresses. Contents included are 1 foot pump, 1 pinch valve adapter, 1 presta valve adapter, and 1 needle adapter.
All-steel construction with durable enamel finish
Easy read gauge calibrated from 0 - 100 psi
Use with industrial, commercial, utility agricultural, and recreational equipment
Foot pedal with non-slip rubber tread
Three nozzle adapters for inflating bicycle tires, toys, sporting equipment and air mattresses
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JunkDec 15, 2007
This should get a minus value. It is junk.
I got a cheap ($8.50) one of these at a local auto parts store. Within one minute of using it it was twisting and breaking apart. The metal is too light weight for use as a foot pump. I tried using it with my hand and it was just as bad. The rivot that anchored the movement was falling out of the channel it was meant to ride in. If you want a foot pump, get one from amazon.co.uk where they look like they were actually made to be used.
Tekton Foot Pump FailureSep 16, 2011
I just came in from attempting to pump up a leaky 26" tire with one of these pumps. When you pump with your foot, unless your incredibly careful, the pump eventually falls on it side. If it falls enough times, the arms connecting the foot pedal to the pump eventually bend off to one side destroying the geometry of the pump and making it useless if not somewhat dangerous to use as it tends to fly off to one side when pumping to higher pressures (50-60lbs in my case) once the arms are bent. The arms are constructed of weak metal.
My feelings for this device were demonstrated in real-life as I just threw the Tekton Pump into the garbage can with great disgust and logged onto Amazon to find a better pump which is why I'm here.
The Pump: Nice Idea - Poor Execution.
Okay, but doesn't lastJun 07, 2011
This pump worked okay for awhile, but soon it developed a split in the hose about an inch from where it connects to the pump housing. There is no way to replace that hose as it is permanently attached, so this is now headed to the trash.
Also, the clear plastic cover over the gauge fell off even sooner after we started using it - it didn't prevent it from working but highlights just how cheaply this thing is made.
I'd recommend against buying this product.