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BirzmanMaha Push & Twist MTB II Floor Pump


Item # BIR0012

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Item # BIR0012

Maha Push & Twist MTB II Floor Pump

When it comes to larger mountain or fat bike tires, even a standard floor pump can take considerable time to inflate them. The Birzman Maha Push & Twist MTB II Floor Pump saves you time and energy with its wide, high-volume barrel and precision-machined piston that deliver large blasts of air with minimal effort. The process is made even easier with Birzman's patented Push and Twist pump head that securely attaches to both Presta and Schrader valves in a matter of seconds. Just push the collar down and twist it one full turn to secure it to the valve. Once you're done inflating, simply pull back the collar and the pump disengages with ease. No more tedious flip-chucks or threaded pump heads that may or may not work.

  • High-volume floor pump for mountain bike tires
  • Oversize barrel delivers large blasts of air
  • Push and Twist head allows quick and secure attachment
  • Pressure bleed button for accurate inflation
  • Durable CNC-machined aluminum construction
  • Compatible with Presta and Schrader valve types

Tech Specs
Material[barrel] CNC-machined aluminum, [base, handle] high polymer
Valve TypePresta, Schrader
Max Pressure120 psi
Deflatepressure bleed button
Recommended Usebike maintenance
Manufacturer Warranty2 years

What do you think about this product?


>Rating: 2

Air gauge so far off

I've put it through the wringer

First the good... the Push and Twist head takes some getting used to but works just fine - it's very efficient and easy to pump. The bad... the dial gauge is WAY OFF. It shows 10 PSI when there's actually nearly 20 in the tire. It could be very easy to blow a tire right off the rim (if you didn't know). The little notch at the bottom that supposed to hold the head is too big - won't hold the head at all.