Topeak Peakini MasterBlaster Pump

Peakini MasterBlaster

  • High efficiency with thumblock levers
  • Peak DX features an ergonomic T-handle
  • A one-piece barrel
  • Harpoon has SmartHead
  • Ergo pistol-grip handle
  • DX pumps feature SmartHead

User Reviews (2)

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Ride for Fun   Weekend Warrior [Jul 16, 2008]
Strength:

Cheap, reliable, can switch between valve types, comes with mounting bracket.

Weakness:

Not the fastest, lightest, or strongest pump out there.

You get what you pay for with this pump. It's dependable, it works like it's supposed to, and as a plus, it can fit both Presta and Schrader valves with a ten-second adjustment. It may not be the lightest or strongest or sexiest pump on the market, but it will do the job. A great buy as long as you're not the kind who counts individual grams. And it's only around 15 bucks or so, depending on where you get it.

My one gripe is that the folding handle sometimes feels a little weak when it's folded out and you're pushing hard on it, but if you don't like the feeling you can use it folded against the pump shaft. Not a major concern.

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
Scott   Cross Country Rider [Apr 10, 2008]
Strength:

Durable, effective, lightweight, small

Weakness:

Like nearly all frame pumps of this kind, a pain to use

Any of the Topeak Morph pumps are a lot easier to use and I recommend those above this for nearly every situation. This pump does work, though, and it's darn hard to break. It's very small and lightweight so I don't mind carrying it in races, and it does pump up tubes (both high volume and high pressure) surprisingly well. 4 Chilis because it's not the best, but it's still very good. 5 on value, because the thing is dirt cheap.

Similar Products Used: Topeak Mountain Morph
OVERALL
RATING
4
VALUE
RATING
5
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