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Topeak Road Morph G Bike Pump with Gauge, Black, Silver, Large x w x h ?35 x 5.7 x 2.8 cm/ 13.8 x 2.2 x 1.1, TRP-3G

4.2
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Description

  • Used by both professional and amateur riders alike
  • Made using high quality materials and components
  • Tested to ensure quality and durability
  • HEAD Fits Presta/Schrader/Dunlop valves
  • GAUGE In-line gauge, Reads 140 psi/9.6 bar
  • HANDLE T-type dual density polymer
  • ADDED FEATURES Fold-out foot pad, Flexible hose Includes centerline mount bracket (Art No. TRP-3C)
  • WEIGHT 220 g/7.74 oz
  • BARREL Butted aluminum
  • CAPACITY 160 psi/11 bar; Sport type: Cycling
  • Portable on-the-go bike pump with padded T-handle
  • Foldout footpad stabilizes the pump against the ground
  • Flexible air hose works with awkward or tight valve placements
  • Extra-long barrel; inline gauge and secure mounting bracket
  • Presta/Schrader head with plastic thumb lock; weighs 0.49 pounds

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Customer Reviews

Replaced my CO2 inflator/pumpThis thing can pump up road tires to 100 PSI really easily. Purchased this after getting stranded on a ride, I used up 4 CO2 canisters and 2 tubes, and a box of Slime Scabs, goat head thorns are a problem in my area. I have since upgraded to better tires with slime tubes and liners, but it helps to have extra air on a ride regardless. I am impressed how this is very light, 220g overall. My old setup with the CO2/air pump and 4 CO2 canisters was 334g. This is a 114g savings and you never have to worry about running out of CO2 to get tubes back to full riding pressure.The cylinder does warm up quite a bit at pressures over 80PSI, I was surprised how warm it was at 100 PSI. It doesn't take many strokes to fill a tire from totally flat to full. The ability to place this pump on the ground and push all your weight into it makes filling tires much simpler, no worrying about breaking the valve stem off.It seems this is easy enough to convert from presta to shrader valve and back, but it is not an auto-adjusting head. The process takes about 10 seconds, and it is well worth it. There is a slight lack of documentation but it is all fairly simple. The hose itself telescopes back into the air chuck and everything sits up tight without too many rattles. I have this mounted vertically on my frame. The handle also locks into place so it doesn't rattle unnecessarily. 5Great product for a great price!Great emergency bike pump! I bought this pump as an emergency on the road pump after a bad experience with a mini pump, and I have not been disappointed. The first time I got a flat tire in the dark I was really thankful I had this not so mini pump to get me home quicker and safely. You can easily pump to pressures above 60 PSI with this pump, and the pumping experience for me is a lot nicer than the mini pumps I've tried (this doesn't matter much in the garage, but out on the road it can be a game changer). It does weigh a bit more than a mini pump, but if your not racing I don't think the extra weight is really a concern. Also the zip tie mounts are really nice because they allow you to mount the pump on the top tube if you already have water bottle holders on your other tubes. Make sure to either cut off or file away the excess zip ties, otherwise they can scratch your legs while riding! 5good pump for road bike tiresHaving used the Topeak Mini Morph for my mountain bike for several years, it was easy to choose the Road Morph for my new road bike (Specialized Secteur Elite 52 frame). I couldn't use the down tube, as the bolt holes were in the wrong location and zip ties seemed unlikely to hold the bracket becaues the down tube is irregular shape. Furthermore, if I used the downtube, there wasn't room for a water bottle on the seat tube.However, I also couldn't use the bolt holes on the seat tube, as they were also in the wrong location. So I used the included zip ties, which have been holding the bracket just fine. The pump just fits inside the 15" space on the tube.The pump is able to fill my tires to 100+ psi. The built in gauge is both convenient and essential if you don't have a tire gauge handy.The flip-out footpad is quite difficult to open with just my fingers. On my Mini Morph, I don't snap it shut, and that works just fine. The footpad works better on a hard surface like concrete or pavement. It's small but functional if you step on the it carefully. So far I haven't needed the footpad. The pump works fine just pushing straight down against the ground or floor.The head is preloaded with the Presta size fitting. TIP #1: You can screw off the cover and flip the inside piece around to accomodate larger Shrader valve. (Many people don't know how to do this, based on the other reviews. If you don't know how this pump works, ask a bike shop or friend. Don't blame the pump for your ignorance!) It's true that the pump comes with virtually no instructions--presumably it's intended to be sold by a dealer who demonstrates it.TIP #2: The head fits over the valve stem, and THEN you flip the lever up, so the lever is in line with the stem. Do NOT flip the lever first and then attempt to mount it on the stem.Pumping effort does get a bit hard when you get close to 100 psi. But I didn't find it overly difficult. The T-handle is adequate, although I found myself banging my index finger against the top of the pump on each downstroke. I had to reposition my hand so I pushed mainly with my palm. This was only for the final, hard strokes.UPDATE: after several uses, I concede the handle is less than ideal. I have hit my knuckles so many times. Because my road bike requires a much higher tire pressure, it takes more effort to pump than a mountain bike, and I want to squeeze every inch of air into the tire, so I try to do a complete stroke. Hence, the knuckle banging. Still, it does the job quite nicely when you are on the road and have no other option. 5Good design, good materials, well madeI have a floor model Topeak pump for my bicycles and it is more than satisfactory in performance. See my review on the Topeak Joe Blow floor model pump. If this portable pump is as good as the floor model, and I expect it to be as I know that Topeak has rather stringent product quality values, this portable pump should be durable, convenient, and high-performance. It fits the bike, comes with appropriate screws to fit the tapped screw-in holes on a standard bike frame, and fastens to the bike securely. I've not had to use it yet, but judging by my inspection of the materials (high quality metal, plastic, rubber) and the design, I expect this portable pump to be more than adequate for roadside emergencies. I expect a portable pump only to get me down the road to my home or to a bike shop where I can get the pressure that is required for high quality presta inner tubes, although many people claim this pump will indeed do just that. 4I didn't get a track pump forever wit this thing.Currently it is the best bike pump I can think to have. I use it for Road, commuting, touring, cross, and MTB. On one of my cycling team's century, I quickly became the guy you want by you when you flat. It was fast, easy to use, super nice to have a gauge, and since it is a bit bigger, its easy on the hunched over user. I actually took over 3 years of having one of these to eventually get a track pump.This is my second, only because I landed on my last one just right on rocks while it was in my pack mountain biking, otherwise this is solid. Even used it on a 29" x 3" tire, and it was reasonably fast despite being the road model.I would like to see a side mount so I can use the water bottle mount while using both cages. I scraped one from a different pump and made it work. 5not as easy/stable as a full size floor pump - I'd say its a great compromise between a compact pump and a full size ...Far easier than a compact handheld pump, not as easy/stable as a full size floor pump - I'd say its a great compromise between a compact pump and a full size while still fitting on the bike frame. easy to pump since you can actually plant it on the ground. this has been serving as my only pump for a couple tire changes and it hasn't died on me or been bad enough to make me feel like I need a full size floor pump yet.Pros,it HAS a pressure gaugeflexible tubepumps on the groundCons,the pressure gauge could be more accurate, it jumps up in PSI every couple pumps at higher pressures. I refuse to take my tires up to max pressure with this since I'm not sure if it'll take me past max. I do feel the pump is completely capable of going to my tires max though (700x25c).I wouldn't mind seeing a little more stability from the foot, the end of the pump has a little tread on it and a small hinged piece of plastic that doesn't have any real retention except when closed. A stiff piece of wire could likely do better.It will get you riding from a flat without too much fuss and close enough to your chosen PSI to either keep going or find another pump depending on how picky you are on PSI, or if you have a pressure gauge with you. 4Too heavy for most roadies I know of, but worth every gramI bought this pump to go with a bike I keep in another city where I travel a lot for work. I don't have access to a floor pump there, and need a pump that is both fast and gives me a sense of how much air is actually in my tires. Also, I've had a series of flats with this bike, and I need a frame pump that can actually do the job of a floor pump: pump my tires up from zero to full pressure repeatedly without too much effort, and without damaging my valves.The bike I use it with is actually a mountain bike with 2" semislicks for mixed street and mountain use. But even with tires several time the volume of road tires, it pumps up FAST: well under a hundred strokes and those fat tires are at 80 psi. Frankly even my older Mountain Morph pump is quite a bit slower, and its vastly quicker than the Master Blaster pump it is replacing, which can take over 200 strokes.Not only is it quick, but it's easy to use. The extension hose means you can set the base on the ground and use it like a mini floor pump, which is much easier on your arms, and it avoids putting strain on the valve of the tire while you're pumping (a problem I've had a number of times over the times).The gauge could be better. It's quite tiny, and really hard to read except in exceptionally good light, plus mine seems to be wildly inaccurate (reads low). But at least it's consistent, and I've learned to adjust for its inaccuracy and I'm very glad I have it. Every time I arrive in town and retrieve my bike from the locker I rent, I can quickly pump both tires to exactly the pressure I want, without guesswork.The gauge and hose add at least a couple of ounces that most road riders wouldn't put up with. For me it's well worth it, since I don't have a floor pump to bring my bike back home to. Demoting it one star because of my gauge's inaccuracy, but still the best frame pump I've ever owned. At least assuming it holds up, and I have yet to meet a frame pump that still works after pumping 20 tires fully from empty, but fingers crossed here. 4Best portable bike pump I've usedThis is the best portable bike pump I've found. It's not a bad tradeoff between portability and usability. Because the piston is so small it does take a lot of work to pump up a road tire, but this tiny pump will still reach at least 100PSI, fine for a road tire. It has a little tab that extends from the bottom you can use to hold the pump with your foot while pumping. The handle also rotates 90 degrees to make it easier to hold while pumping. Both retract for smaller storage. I've carried this pump on my road bike now for more than 8 years and it's never let me down.The only thing I'd suggest is to keep it dry. The first time I bought one of these pumps, I used the frame mounting hardware to put it on the bottom of the down tube. This was a good place to keep it out of the way of my water cages, but it put the pump in a spot that it got the full brunt of all the water and grime coming off my front tire. I live in Seattle so that pump spent much of its life totally soaked with water over the years, and eventually it started to rust. I bought a new one that I keep in my backpack instead of on the bike frame, and that one has served me well for many years. 5Bracket is junkWhile the pump is good, but the included bracket is ridiculous. To install the bracket, the water bottle cage has to be removed as it takes place of the cage. It should include a side bracket so that the pump can be installed next to the water bottle. Contacted customer service and I was told to buy their 'side bracket' for another US$15, which is almost 50% of the pump price. There are other pumps that are similar in price and quality but with much better after-sale service. I don't recommend this pump for lack of customer service. 1Amazing easy fast and high pressure pump!I no longer see the point of CO2 cartridges. This pump is super fast and easy. Pumping up my 700x25 tire/tube to 110 psi on the roadside to fix a flat honestly has taken about a minute (used several times already) and it was super easy. I barely noticed whether this pump was any more difficult than my full sized floor pump. Each pump stroke cranked it up five to ten PSI. And, there's a built-in live pressure gauge, and the fitting is on a little piece of tubing so its easy to use without holding it with three or four hands like the little road pumps. So convenient! It comes, by default, in Presta valve mode, which is good for me. It came with a diagram of how to convert it to Schrader valve size, and the change does not look trivial (disassemble and reassemble a bunch of small fussy parts). So, in other words, if you need to pump presta AND schrader valves, (e.g. sharing a pump among different bikes) I'd recommend having two pumps, one for Presta and one set up for Shrader. I have it mounted on the seat tube water bottle fittings. It came with a velcro / plastic mounting bracket. I don't care if roady snobs don't think it looks cool to have a big pump bolted to your frame. It's fantastically fast and useful. 5
Topeak Road Morph G Bike Pump with Gauge, Black, Silver, Large x w x h ?35 x 5.7 x 2.8 cm/ 13.8 x 2.2 x 1.1, TRP-3G

Topeak Road Morph G Bike Pump with Gauge, Black, Silver, Large x w x h ?35 x 5.7 x 2.8 cm/ 13.8 x 2.2 x 1.1, TRP-3G

4.2
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Regular price
AU$ 114.00
Sale price
AU$ 114.00
Regular price
AU$ 190.00
Sold out
Unit price
per 
Save 40% (AU$ 76.00)