"Apart from the obvious I use it to pressurise systems for test or trouble shooting mostly in remote areas where there is no power. does exactly what it is made for, cheap and lightweight, just the job"
"I bought this Item as a more expensive one I bought from a popular car spars place had broke. On a dark night in December I opened the box outside Screwfix to pump up my tyre, only to find you need some cutters to take off the cable tie that holds it down. The pump works fine with out any fuss, quite and efficient and has some adaptors for blowing up beach balls and alike ( not needed in a car park in December) . For the money its good. The only gripe is the hard to clip on stay to hold it in a closed position for storage."
"Standard size double barrelled foot pump with a pressure gauge. Similar to those "own brands" available at major motoring accessory shops but perhaps slightly better construction but only time will tell. Gauge seems about 1 psi under but additional comparisons needed. At 50p per 5 minutes at the garage it will have paid for itself in six months..."
"Needed a foot pump in a hurray, had to be reliable and work within a certain specification with other specialised equiptment. Nipped round to screwfix and hey presto, a spot on reasonably priced quality product. Got the job done no probs, and guaranteed my prompt payment for services rendered."
"Bought one of these a couple of years ago, and although I thought it looked flimsy at the time, I decided to give it a chance. Unfortunately, it's now running on 1 cylinder, as the manifold didn't last very long due to being plastic. Also, the metal is thin and the gauge inaccurate. The gauge itself leaked from where it connected to the manifold almost straight away, but a new seal sorted that out. I realise that everything is "throw-away" these days, but considering my Dad has an old brass pump from the 1950's which is still going strong, I'm very disappointed with this equipment and should really have sent it back after the first few uses."
"After a couple of uses, the tubing connector to the plastic manifold joining the 2 cylinders came loose. The plastic thread appeared to be damaged by possible cross threading during assembly. Would'nt stay in so I've had to glue it in. Still leaks some air! A metal manifold and connector would be more appropriate."
"On the second use of this pump the valve clamp snapped of (it is only made of thin plastic). The rest of the pump seems o.k. but why use substandard weak parts that break so easily? This will be going back for a refund!"