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The Joe Blow Max II is a great performing track pump that is superb value for money. providing efficiency and accuracy throughout its pressure range, the whole way up to 120 psi.
 
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fromAddlestone, Surrey, UK
Country : United Kingdom
Age : 35-44
Interest : Road Cyclist
Level : Regular
Gender : Male
Budget : Quality first
" Great value and easy to use. With the least amount of effort and time the Joe Blow gets you going again. Around about 20 pushes on the pump gets you to 100 psi and the universal nozzle for MTB or road use is good, no messing around with changing the valve heads . Would recomend this item and great value for money. "
Pros: Great Value, Lightweight
Cons: Bulky
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The Joe Blow Max II is a great performing track pump that is superb value for money. providing efficiency and accuracy throughout its pressure range, the whole way up to 120 psi.
 

Once pumped, is the pump easy to disconnect from the inner tube valve?

I currently have a pump which is very hard to disconnect after pumping and it is ripping my inner tubes apart when i have to yank it off once its pumped. Plus it means my hand flies into the spokes which are bladed and this is not a pain free experience.
very easy to disconnect turn the leaver then it releases with ease.
on MTB or road.
6 years ago
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SEHU6
Addlestone, Surrey, UK