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Topeak MasterBlaster Morph Road G

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Topeak MasterBlaster Morph Road G
 
4.7

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5.0

Great pump

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from Philadelphia, PA

Comments about Topeak MasterBlaster Morph Road G:

This is a great pump.  I've had the unfortunate opportunity to fix many flats on the side of the road, and I've used a variety of different pumps, including a small pocket pump, a frame pump, and the Topeak Master Blaster Morph Road G pump.  The main benefit if the pocket pump is its small size and light weight.  It can easily fit into a jersey pocket and is light enough that it can often go unnoticed.  There is a possibility however that, in the event of a crash, that the pump could do some damage to you as it is a hard object poised against your body.  For that reason I often prefer to mount the pump on the bicycle.  This has the dual benefit of freeing up space in my jersey pockets (which can often become cluttered with wallet, cell phone, etc) and ensuring that I always have a pump with me.  The frame pump is the next obvious choice as it can be mounted semi-permanently.  While the frame pump does enjoy fast filling times due to it's larger stroke volume, it can be difficult to negotiate holding the pump head and the valve stem while pumping.;  The Topeak with its flexible hose alleviates this problem and allows good ergonomics while pumping.

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4.0

Great pump!

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from Wilburton, PA

Comments about Topeak MasterBlaster Morph Road G:

I bought this pump after looking at the advice on [...]. I've pumped up to 85psi, and could have probably gone higher. It does get harder to pump as you get in the higher pressure ranges, of course, and I don't know how my strength compares to potential purchasers, but I guess it would be important to know that you do have to push hard, and I'm a 48-yr old, 260 lb guy who enjoys weightlifting. I'm not saying it's excessively tough, and I cannot make a comparison to other pumps. I'm simply trying to make everyone aware of what to expect. For me, I think it's great. I really appreciated all the extra features: 1) the flexible hose makes it easy to pump without worrying about stressing the valve 2)the pressure gauge prevents you from losing pressure when you take off the pump, check pressure with a separate guage, put the pump back on, take it off again to check pressure, etc. You just pump up to the desired pressure and you're done! 3) the fold out handle and foot stabilizer helps you get up to the higher pressures more easily. I like it. My only recommedations for a better design would be a longer foot stabilizer (I have size 13 feet), an easier to read pressure gauge (as I said, I'm 48, so my eyes ain't so good anymore!), and better directions (virtually non-existent documentation -- I know we're talking about an air pump here, but since I hadn't ridden in a long time until we started bike-training for a 160 mile ride I wasn't "pump-savvy." I thought you should have the lever in the "up" position to put it on the valve, and push it down to secure it when pumping. Turns out it's the opposite!) :)

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4.0

Good pump for the price

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from Sugar Land, TX

Comments about Topeak MasterBlaster Morph Road G:

I purchased this bike pump to fill the tires on my mountain bike and road bike.  I bought the item online from amazon.com and it arrived shortly thereafter.  I first used the pump to fill my mountain bike.  The nozzle fits snuggly on my tube and it is made of very durable solid material.  The handle was easy to press down and the pump was very durable and efficient.  It took between 5-8 presses to fill my tires to their recommended psi.  The gage on the front of the pump was very accurate and easy to read.  I filled both tires and then proceeded to fill my road bike.  There is an adapter for the presta valve included with this pump so you can fill either a traditional mountain bike tube or a road bike tube.  The pump fit snuggly on the valve and was a quick fill up and quite easy to use.  I have had the pump for several months now and it still works great.  I would definitely recommend it to cyclists out there who need a durable affordable bike pump.

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5.0

My only bike pump for my road bike

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from Denver, CO

Comments about Topeak MasterBlaster Morph Road G:

This was such a great purchase. it's been pumping my tires for 3 years now and going strong. the only thing that i found annoying was that sometimes the tube would be pulled out too far so i'd have to unscrew the cap and then slide the tube back in and then tighten the cap. other than that, it's really nice piece of equipment. it serves its function, except my guage broke on the first day, so I have been using mine without the guage...which it didn't really matter to me because the numbers within the see-through window were so small. I like how there's a small notch/plastic piece that pops out so you can step on it to anchor it to the crowd. it's also nice that there's a presta and schrader valve...so i used it for both my road bike, fixed gear bike, as well as mountain bike. I picked this because of the hose that comes out rather than directly putting it on the valve and I could just see myself accidentally breaking off the valve. no need to worry about that now. whew...

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5.0

great buy

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from Nyack, NY

Comments about Topeak MasterBlaster Morph Road G:

i do a lot of biking.  for quite some time now i have been hearing about this bike pump, at least it seems as though it's been quite some time.  well, i ended up getting it real cheap and i don't understand why it was so cheap!  the product is excellent and of great quality.  i would have paid more!  i have to pump my bike tires, plus soccer balls and my daughter's bouncy ball.  it is fast and efficient and easy to store.  this product is really priced great, as it is easy to find in bike stores or online.  mine was on sale, so perhaps that is why it was such a bargain.  the design is sleek and makes it easy to pack along if you have a trek ahead on bike, or for other recreational sports.  i keep it in storage along with my bikes, but i know bikers who carry there's in a pack, along the bike trail they use it with ease.  it is lightweight and works like a much larger pump.  it is efficient and helpful.

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5.0

Don't leave home without it.

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from Peninsula, OH

Comments about Topeak MasterBlaster Morph Road G:

I work in a bike shop, and this has been one of our favorite products for the past couple of years, and the first frame pump we recommend to any customer looking for advice. I used this pump on a cross-country bike trip in 2004 (six flats over a two-month period) and during a trip in New Mexico in September of 2007 (five flats in nine days--UGH). Getting a flat on the road is never a pleasant experience no matter what, but this pump takes at least one worry out of the situation by providing reliable and easy-to-use service. The built-in pressure gauge takes the guesswork out of filling your tire as well.

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5.0

Great Pump with Everything

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from Lake Zurich, IL

Comments about Topeak MasterBlaster Morph Road G:

I used the traditional Zefal for years but got this for my birthday and wonder how I every got along without.   The hose provides some give so you don't have to be motionless wtih respect to the tire when you are pumping and the gauge relieves you of having to perfect the "Thumb test" to see if you have the right pressure. Getting the tire to 90+ pounds is very easy. 

 The only negative I can think of is that it is short and compact and is hard to remove from the bracket while riding.  This makes is less useful for defense when a dog comes after you. 

Highly reccomended 

  

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