Blackburn Air Tower 3 Bike Pump

Blackburn
SKU: BKBAT3 MFR: 2027595

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Product Highlights:

  • Total Height: 690 mm
  • Weight: 3.85 pounds (with packaging)
  • Volume per stroke: 325cmþ
  • Maximum Pressure: 160 psi
  • AnyValve™  Pump Head

About Blackburn Air Tower 3 Bike Pump

Blackburn Air Tower 3 Bike Pump
With its tough, steel barrel and welded steel base and weighing 3.85 pounds (with packaging), the Blackburn Air Tower 3 Bike Pump is a very good choice if one is looking for maximum stiffness and stability in a bicycle pump. Designed to work with valve clearance as low as 15 mm, its AnyValve pump head also automatically detects between Presta and Schrader valves and features standard and overdrive lock modes. It has a maximum pressure capacity at 160 psi with a volume per stroke of 325 cm?. The Blackburn Air Tower 3 Bike Pump has a durable diaphragm-type top mounted pressure gauge that is easy to read and understand. The pump also has an ergonomic T-handle with storage on both ends for easy use and access. Storage is easy as it is compact and could be neatly stored. Please note that this product has a limited lifetime warranty.

Blackburn Air Tower 3 Bike Pump Features

  • AnyValveˆ  pump head automatically detects between Presta and Schrader valves
  • It has a durable diaphragm-type top mounted pressure gauge that is easy to read
  • Product consists of a tough, steel barrel, and welded steel base for maximum stiffness and stability
  • For easy usage and storage, it has an ergonomic T-handle with storage on both ends
  • This product has a limited lifetime warranty

Blackburn Air Tower 3 Bike Pump Specifications

Display Size
27.16"
Volume per stroke
19.83 cu. In.
Maximum Pressure
160 psi
Tough Steel Barrel
Yes
Welded Steel Base
Yes
Head Material
AnyValve
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Shopper  how many strokes does it take to get 80 psi in a bike tire ?
cindy s  It depends on how big the tire is and how flat it is. It would take approximately 20-50 pumps to fill up a flat tire.
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