900 Foot Pump Black



Made for inflating the tyres on road bikes to a high pressure. Also suitable for hybrid, city, kids' and mountain bikes
Universal pump for all types of valve (Presta/Dunlop/Schrader). Adapts to different valves using its double head corresponding to each valve. Aluminium barrel.


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PowerMaximum pressure: 10 bar / 145 psi
Ease of useClip connection. Double head adapts to each type of valve
PrecisionNeedle pressure indicator to control the pressure reached.
StabilityDouble foot and aluminium barrel for greater stability
Warranty2 Years
Technical Information

660 mm
1210 g
Information / Concept / Technology
Frame : 100.0% Aluminium Chassis : 100.0% STEEL Inside room : 100.0% Polyamide Handle : 100.0% Polyamide


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Track pump
Used for 1 week or less
Easily visible in the garage. Like the improvement in the connector following earlier purchase of basic track pump that was difficult to fit to cycle valve.
Solid build, but lacks precision.
Used for 1 week or less
Bought this for my road bike with presto valves. Firstly, it really is up to the job. The head is easy to attached and of good quality: zero leakage so far. Nice wide and heavy footrest and the barrel is solid as well. It is very quick and the pressure indication needle stays in place (with some cheaper pumps it often slowly goes back).

There are two details that I wish I noticed in the shop, because I would have looked for another pump.
1. Needle: a higher contrast one compared to the background dial would have been nice. It is very difficult to see without crouching.
2. Precision. The accuracy seems fine but there are no tick-marks. This makes it very difficult to inflate to for example 105 psi; this becomes rather like "100 and a quarter".

Keep those downsides in mind. If they don't seem to matter to you, this pump is a great bet.
Good pump at a good price
Used for 3 to 6 months
Does the job well
Nice pump
Used for 2 to 8 weeks
So far so good, pumps up my hp tyres quickly with minimal effort. Seems pretty sturdy.
Very pleased
Used for 2 to 8 weeks
Recently back to bikes, and mine has Presta valves while the kids bikes have Schrader. This pump has a dual valve head and seemed like a good idea.
I have a garage compressor and have used it until recently, but this pump is faster and more convenient, along with the obvious benefit of portability. I've even used it on the car tyres!
Well made and appears durable at an affordable price. Easy to use and "latch" onto valves with no leakage. Gauge accutate. Would happily buy again.
Great pump
Used for 3 to 6 months
Good pressure and fast. No problems
Red is the new Neon Yellow !!
Used for 2 to 8 weeks
I wanted a Neon yellow pump but it wasn't available in my local store, only red and black in stock. Sales assistant recommended that I order online. Pump arrived, collected from shop and took home. Opened the box to be greeted by a shiny red one, ahh well.
Nice solid pump that does the job intended, just a few strokes takes my tyres up to 60psi.
Recommended as a good mid priced foot pump.
Used for 1 week or less
Light , stable, pumps tyres, what more do you want !?
Good solid foot pump
Used for 2 to 8 weeks
Have used my foot pump several times now for our road bikes since purchasing, it is a good solid foot pump and does exactly what is designed for.
Created a problem where there wasn’t one
Used for 3 to 6 months
This pump stopped correctly inflating soon after I bought it. It would leak air out as I pumped it it (2 steps forward one step back) which made it very difficult to inflate tubes properly. It now let all of the air out of my tyre and I have nothing to pump it back up with, creating a very annoying problem, as my bike is my only mode of transport. Hopefully other people have better luck, as when it worked it was a nice pump
Response of the brand
I'm sorry to read that the pump is leaking air at the valve. The connector may be faulty therefore please return it to us. It's not clear which valve your are inflating (presta or schrader) but usually, as long as the connector is pushed firmly on to the innertube valve there should not be an issue.
Peter Lazarus, National Cycling Manager, DECATHLON
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