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Ring RFP1 Single Barrel Footpump, with Footplate Clips and Adaptor Set
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- Durable anti-slip rubber tread
- Stable rubber feet keep footpump still during use
- Flexible air hose and tyre valve locking system make inflation easier
- Includes adaptors for use on bike tyres and other inflatables
- Footplate retaining clip makes tidy storage easier
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Sturdy single barrel footpump. Anti-slip footplate makes inflation easier, while rubber feet keep the pump steady during use. Flexible air hose and valve locking system make it easier to attach the foot pump securely to the tyre, and prevent air escaping. The analogue gauge shows pressure in PSI and bar. Comes with adaptors for using with bicycle tyres, balls and other inflatable items. Adaptor set has a storage case to keep them safe.
A good all-round footpump.
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Will have to return which is a nuisance.
This is the third pump of different makes that l have purchased over the last month and they have all been
absolutely hopeless ?
From what the retailer( who took the trouble, the second time round, to go through "numerous" pumps to find the least inaccurate) said, it may be that the gauges on these Ring pumps are more accurate at pressures above 40 psi, but as none of the recommended pressures for any of the tyres on my 3 cars is more than 33 psi, that is no use to me.
Maybe we've just been unlucky with two duff batches.My purpose in writing this review is not to slate this product, which may well be more than satisfactory in other respects, but to warn anyone who has purchased one to check the accuracy of the pressure gauge. Air facilities at filling stations and supermarkets are useless for this purpose as their gauges are notoriously inaccurate. A pencil gauge is the best bet. Remember that there are hazards in over-inflation of car tyres as well as in under-inflation. Getting the tyre pressures correct and consistent is the single most important element in any driver's routine maintenance.
It replaces a Michelin pump which I used for several years but on which all the plastic bits broke or fell off and finally the pump frame broke.
The Ring pump seems better made (I speak as a mechanical engineer) and is stable in use. The gauge is pretty accurate too - I compared it with a reference.
All in all it seems a very good pump, but only time and use will prove if this is true.
Although this pump looks similar to other, more "renowned" models, it was a huge disappointment.
It was very stiff to use and delivered very little air with each stroke. But, more alarmingly, the guage was wildly innaccurate leading to serious over-inflation of my tyres. The reading on this particular item was 10psi under!!
I've now bought another cheap & cheerful pump from the local supermarket . . . it works better and the guage is accurate.
The pump seems nicely made and is compact...but it is clearly not fit for purpose.
I found the gauge reading was considerably different from my regular pump and I took a quick trip to my local Halfords to buy a good digital pressure gauge that actually cost much more than the pump.
For me...this pump reads 10psi under accurately measured pressure...thus so there is a real danger of over inflation and associated risk ...especially in wet weather.
I will keep this pump for the bikes and the wheelbarrow/sack truck...but in my view every pump needs to be certified as accurate and checked. This clearly is far from the case and I would advise anyone buying this to check the reading against a known pressure. . Maybe I was unlucky but I am extremely disappointed with this purchase...not fit for purpose.
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