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Schwalbe Tire Booster Tubeless Pump

£43.95 £9.04 discount
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  • Trustpilot review 9.3 out of 45.389 reviews

Pros & Cons

  • No more expensive large-capacity pump required to inflate your tubeless tyres.
  • The light weight of the Schwalbe Tire Booster allows you to easily bring it along.
  • In order to pressurise the Schwalbe Tire Booster, you'll need a floor pump.
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Specifications

Brand Schwalbe
Valve Compatibility Presta
Pressure (max.) 11 Bar
Valve connection With hose
ColourBlack

Description

In order to fit tubeless tyres, you often need a sizeable burst of air. This usually requires a strong compressor in your shed or local bike shop. The Schwalbe Tire Booster means you no longer need one of those, and you can easily inflate your tubeless tyres yourself!

In conjunction with the British start-up AirShot, Schwalbe has developed the Tire Booster. This new pump allows you to inflate a tyre up to a staggering 11 bar. This ensures your tyre is properly placed onto the rim and sealed evenly. At just 435 grams, the Tire Booster is light enough to bring along with you.


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Reviews

8.6 / 10 Average from 47 reviews | Write a review
8.6 / 10

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Pros

  • Works well (2)
  • It works (1)
  • Well designed (1)
  • Builds up loads of pressure, up to 160 psi (1)

Cons

  • None (2)
  • Expensive (1)
  • More expense (but it's a one-off purchase) (1)

Most recent reviews

10 / 10

Agnieszka, 17 April 2019

Great service

Great service, and I love the box!!!!

10 / 10

Jose, 5 April 2019

Don't go tubeless without it!

I no longer dread the idea of changing a tubeless tire. The main question I ask myself is why I did not buy this tool before. I think it is very pricey, but on the other hand it does the job. First try and tire sat on the bead.

Pros

  • It works
  • Well designed
  • Builds up loads of pressure, up to 160 psi

Cons

  • Expensive

7 / 10

David, 12 February 2019

Helps the desperate

I had previously mounted tyres on my 29" mtb wheels with soap and water but remounting a used tyre was a problem, ditto with a new tyre, so tried this booster. First problem, my e-thirteenvalve head was wrong size to accommodate convertor to attach booster, so replaced valve needlessly for stans just to get this connection. With the valve insert still in, no joy in mounting tyre, so removed it for better whoosh. I had a problem getting up to the 150 pound of pressure, one pump gave up around 80, an old car foot pump got me to around 110 and after 2 goes just about mounted the tyre. I had 2 small pops not the big bang seen on videos, but my 29" * 2.2 tyres are bigger than most. I went for this over peers as volume times pressure should mean it holds more air in smaller space as the others max pressure is around 100 - 120. As the pump t inflate it needs higher capacity, this is hard and the instructions say not to inflate it with a compressor. This means an all in one pump/booster would seem to make more sense, where the pump can input the max poundage of pressure. In a review on youtube they had a problem with a feeder pump and just switched t another, I bet it was because most pumps can't get up to 150 pound. Tyre now on, still hard several weeks later with stans fluid in, for which I bought a syringe, so I can insert neatly via valve to top up, rather than break a good bead seal just to inspect and top up the stans fluid. I've had my new bike with tubeless for about 21 months, this was a massive pain, but now resolved I'll continue tubeless, though does make you question it - I have proper e thirteen tubeless wheels, not converted.

10 / 10

David, 11 December 2018

Fantastic

The tire booster, what a time saver. For the life of me I could not pump up my two Schwalbe CX One tyres. My rims are not tubeless ready but with this Schwalbe the tire booster they were pumped up in seconds. Probable the bests products I’ve bought in years. Very happy.

Pros

  • Very easy to use
  • No need for expensive tubeless rims

Cons

  • Non

9 / 10

Alan, 11 November 2018

A must for tubeless seal, Works perfectly

I could never get a good seal with an ordinary foot pump, and was using CO2 cartridges. The Tire Booster is perfect, 2 tyres fitted front and rear with no problem at all. Well worth having in your workshed/tools