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[Mountain warehouse] Bike Pump - $7.99

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Bike Pump - $7.99

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Price:
$6.39
Savings:
$10
Retailer:
Mountain warehouse
Was searching for a bike pump and came across this a couple days back. Additional 20% off with code “Easter”.

Edit: no free shipping anymore.
Last edited by brandon1 on Apr 9th, 2020 10:14 am, edited 2 times in total.
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Aug 7, 2007
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Not seeing free shipping. Getting charged $10
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Yeah no free shipping with code Easter. Just 20% off.
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Apologies guys. When I placed the order it was free shipping. Doesn’t look like anymore.
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I would guess around the same quality as Dollarama or winners.
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Note that this is a frame pump. You would use this for emergencies on the road but never in the garage.

Looks like both schrader and presta capable. Good price (except for shipping).
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DiceMan wrote: Note that this is a frame pump. You would use this for emergencies on the road but never in the garage.

Looks like both schrader and presta capable. Good price (except for shipping).
Why never in garage? I know it's tiring and inefficient, but is it bad for the bike or something?
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AlicW93740 wrote: Why never in garage? I know it's tiring and inefficient, but is it bad for the bike or something?
No. Just tiring and inefficient!
That and floor pumps tend to have gauges which are inaccurate but allow some precision
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AlicW93740 wrote: Why never in garage? I know it's tiring and inefficient, but is it bad for the bike or something?
The frame pump would have a hard time getting to optimal tire pressures. Especially on road bikes where the recommended psi can be over 100. Also, these pumps don't output a huge amount of air so if you have big tires, it would take a long time. Which makes it, as you said, tiring and inefficient. Also, with constant shop use, these delicate and light weight pumps likely wouldn't last long. These pumps are only meant to get you moving again so you can get back home.

At home, you'd use a track/floor pump like this:
JoeBlow Sport III
https://www.chainreactioncycles.com/ca/ ... count+Code
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