Gazboat Presta to Schrader Valve with O Ring "Free UK Shipping"
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- Converts your bike tyre Presta valve to fit schrader car valve type pumps
- This will enable you to use a car foot pump or compressor to inflate your tyres
- Fitted with an O ring
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We have had reports from customers that this product does not fit the following products: 1. Older style Halford 12v pumps 2. American Bonaire 12v Pump We have double checked that this presta valve fit Beto brand hand pumps (by buying the pumps ourselves in July 2013) and can confirm that they will fit. The easiest way to fit this product is to keep the pressure lock applied and slide in the valve (which sounds odd but it works). Alternatively you can push the valve into the pump valve with the pressure lock not applied but you will need to apply some pressure and use a screwing action (hopefully that makes sense). As a rule this is a standard sized valve and should fit the vast majority of products.
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Top Customer Reviews
Well machined, good quality adaptor. Seals really well, thicker O ring than others I tried and has a longer thread than others which is useful for using tyre pressure guages.
I am now able to use air compressors at a garage / petrol station which of course don't have Presta valve connections.
Prompt dispatch, fast FREE delivery; £1.70 well spent.
I recommend this one over the others available from my own personal experience.
My bike is a 'Specialised' mountain bike, thought I should mention as I see someone saying that it didn't work for them on their Halfords bike.
A Helpful and cheap solution as I can now inflate the tyre using an electric air pump or at the garage.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I was not expecting it to be that good considering the price but it worked very well.Published 3 months ago by M. Welch
No longer has the rubber o ring as shown in photograph, so needs to be done up pretty tight not to leak. Otherwise fine.Published 11 months ago by RM