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Topeak Topeak JoeBlow Booster Tubeless Floor Pump
Topeak Topeak JoeBlow Booster Tubeless Floor Pump
Topeak Topeak JoeBlow Booster Tubeless Floor Pump

Topeak
JoeBlow Booster Tubeless Floor Pump

$159.95ea.
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The Topeak JoeBlow Booster Floor Pump takes the hassle and frustration out of trying to inflate tubeless tires at home or at the trailhead. It does this with the addition of a second chamber to the pump that can store 1 liter of air at pressures of up to 160 PSI. To release this stored burst of compressed air, simply attach the SmartHead™ dual valve chuck to the tire's valve stem and turn the dial on the gauge to "Inflate" to send the air into the tire and seat the bead to the rim. The pump can then be used as normal to inflate the tire the rest of the way up.

Aluminum barrels and a sturdy steel base ensure lasting durability, and the dual-density handle is comfortable in the hand for easy use. For added convenience, the hose is extra long for better reach, and an air-bleed button can be used to fine-tune the pressure for rides and races where every detail needs to be exact.

160 PSI max pressure. Claimed weight is 6.4 lbs.

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Awesome pump, but heavy
by Scott
Seattle area, Washington

I got this pump when I upgraded a couple MTBs to tubeless. I love my old Topeka JoeBlow and got this because of the booster tank. It has a really long hose which makes topping off tires easy even when they are still on the back of the truck.

It is heavy, but thats good. Construction of the body and base is all metal so it should last a long time.

My only complaint is there isnt a handle retention device. My older Topeak has a flip up catch that keeps the handle down. This one doesnt, but I improved with some paracord and a buckle.

Reviewed 2/22/2018
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Best Reservoir Pump
by Rags
Cycling Enthusiast
Columbia River Gorge

My Bontrager Flash Charger pump was stolen and I replaced it with a Joeblow Booster. This is a better pump. The handle is sturdier. The long hose allows you to fill a tire with the bike on a stand and the valve in an up position. When in pump mode, pressure is not equalized with the chamber like the flash charger which saves strokes. If you are riding in remote locations, this pump is your friend when it comes to seating a tubeless tire.

Reviewed 7/24/2017
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Not impressed
by Vince
Hackensack
1 of 2 customers found this review helpful.

Shockingly heavy. The smart head is NOT smart. Does not secure on the valve stem and blows off every use. Have not attempted a tubeless as yet

Reviewed 11/30/2017
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Great innovation
by Anonymous
Cycling Enthusiast

I like the idea of the product but I still had problems with mounting one of the tires. I am happy with the product. I think you have to remove the valve core to get the most benefit.

Reviewed 8/22/2017
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It is a nice pump but doesn't necessarily fulfill its mission of inflating 700 tubeless!!!
by AJLabora
Daily Commuter
Miami, FL
4 of 4 customers found this review helpful.

I use 700 tubeless tires and for a re-inflation test it didn't quite perform. I had to use the typical CO2 inflator or compressor.

For mountain wheels it may work better.

As a regular pump it performs well.

Reviewed 3/2/2017
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