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BirzmanTiny Tanker Push & Twist Floor Pump


Item # BIR0014

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Item # BIR0014

Tiny Tanker Push & Twist Floor Pump

The Birzman Tiny Tanker Push & Twist Floor Pump is a highly portable floor pump that packs a serious punch. Though it only stands 20-inches tall, it's capable of inflating road, mountain, or track bike tires up to 220psi. And being made entirely of 6061 aluminum with a precision machined barrel and piston, this pump is sure to last through countless road trips and races. Our favorite feature is the Push and Twist pump head. It attaches securely to both Presta and Schrader valves in a matter of seconds, and is easily disengaged when you're ready to get rolling.

  • Portable floor pump for traveling and racing
  • Push and Twist head allows quick and secure attachment
  • Pressure bleed button for accurate inflation
  • Works for road, mountain, and track bikes
  • CNC-machined aluminum for precise inflation and durability
  • Compatible with Presta and Schrader valve types

Tech Specs
MaterialCNC-machined aluminum
Dimensions20.1in x 2.4in x 7.5in
Valve TypePresta, Schrader
Max Pressure220 psi
Deflatepressure bleed button
Recommended Usebike maintenance
Manufacturer Warranty2 years

What do you think about this product?


>Rating: 2

Great pump, terrible head

I've put it through the wringer

I really wanted to like this pump. I have a small apartment and this lives perfectly at the back of my closet. Its a beautiful shiny metal object with a large gauge. The chuck slides into the handle securing the hose for neat storage. The 2 foot base is very stable and easy to hold with just one foot while inflating. Pumping action is great and it feels a lot better than expected of small pump. The chuck however is pure garbage. It often takes ~5 attempts to get it seated because of the push and twist design which is hard to do with one hand. The chuck also doesn't snap back into place - so if you can't mount it right away (push and twist), you have to stop whatever you're doing and use two hands to return it to the initial position.