MotoPressor Pocket Pump
This is a great little pump. ULTRA compact, this stripped down pocket pump weighs in at only 590g and fits in the palm of your hand. Built around a custom modified 12V inflator. What it lacks in looks, it makes up for in performance and functionality – which is what you really need when you’re stranded in the middle of nowhere.
MotoPressor Pocket Pump has a 63cm long inflator hose, with a screw on delivery valve that fits all bikes. A long 2.65m power cord comes with two adaptors: a direct connect for your battery and alligator clips, both with SAE connectors. All this packs small into the included heavy duty neoprene pouch.
The Pocket Pump will pump a front tyre (120/70 19) from flat to 35 psi in around 2 minutes 58 seconds and a rear tyre (170/60 17) to 35psi in around 4 minutes 30 seconds (Tests run on a 2015 BMW R1200GS LC). MotoPressor Pocket Pump is capable of pumping over 100 psi!
NOTE: We recommend using the included direct connect battery lead to power the pump. If you choose to power the pump from an accessory socket or an existing lead, please check the socket will handle up to 15A. The pump will pull between 8A and 11A at startup depending on the tyre pressure.
I had a flat on a recent ride. Lucky another rider had a compressor to get me into town. So i looked online to find a small compressor. The size is great.
I took the option of wiring the connection directly to the battery. It was made easy because my battery posts had a 6mm thread i could use without disconnecting anything. But i will still take the clip on option with me on a ride as well. I tried it, it works fine for the size. I also like the soft bag
I bought this pump after experiencing one being used on a recent ride, doesn’t look pretty but performs without any problem. Really like the quality flexible hose and small fitting that make it easy to connect to tyre valve without the need to use my 90 degree bend. Comes in a great little soft pouch and I also purchased the digital tyre gauge that is super easy to use.
Looks a little agricultural but works like a treat.
I have installed the wiring to make plug and play so to speak but only tested the unit once, seems to perform well