When faced with a flat tire in need of a replacement, make sure your floor pump meets your standards. The Topeak JoeBlow® Booster Floor Pump just made it easier than ever to install tubeless tires. Thanks to a design complete with everything you need, fill up tires in a breeze.
This pump has an integrated aluminum air chamber that stores an air charge of one liter, up to 160psi / 11 bar, to quickly fill your tire and ensure the proper installation on a tubeless rim, just like a shop compressor. Once you flip the selector from "CHARGE" to "INFLATE" mode, air bypasses the chamber and flows directly into your tire like a standard pump. The top-mounted easy to read gauge, air-release button, and comfortable dual density polymer grip, combined with its extra-long hose and stable base makes mounting tubeless and standard tires easy as can be.
The Topeak JoeBlow Booster Tubeless Floor Pump takes the hassle and frustration out of trying to inflate tubeless tires at home or the trailhead. When you have full tires and a gorgeous bike, the motivation to hit the trail has never been stronger. Embark on the adventure of a lifetime with this powerful floor pump.
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Mfg PartNum: TJB-BST3
Head: SmartHeadÂ® DX3 w/ air release button
Gauge: Top mount analog
Handle Material: Oversize padded / Dual density polymer
Added Feature: Hose dock
Barrel Material: Anodized aluminum w/ large cylindrical aluminum chamber
Pressure Tuning: Air release button
Max PSI: 160 psi / 11 bar
Dimensions: 74 x 25 x 18.5 cm / 29.1 in x 9.8 in x 7.3 in
Volume per stroke: 303 cc
This pump makes seating tubeless tires very easy on road bikes. It was impossible without it. I was able to seat 4 tires very quickly and single attempts.
However, the pump doesnï¿½t seem to form a great seal with presta valve. When using it to fill air it seems to leak air at the nozzle.
The integrated chamber is a lifesaver if you run tubeless. I tried just pumping fast with a regular pump, just to see if I could seat my tire and there's just no way. It was pretty much a snap with this pump. I also just plain favor it over my other pumps for every day use. Expensive, but well worth it to me.