“The JoeBlow Booster pump just made it easier to install tubeless tires. No more frustrating leaks because you can’t pump up your tire fast enough to get an effective rim seal. This pump has an integrated aluminum air chamber that stores an air charge of one liter up to 160psi / 11 bar to quickly fill your tires and insure the proper installation on a tubeless rim.” – Topeak.com
JOM of Gravel Cyclist puts these claims to the test with an in-depth video review of Topeak’s JoeBlow Booster Pump. He inflates multiple tubeless tyres on several different wheelsets – watch the review to find out if the Topeak JoeBlow Booster Pump is a replacement for the venerable air compressor? There are also some good tips on tubeless tyre installation within the video.
Tyres inflated include:
Panaracer Gravel King SK Tubeless 700c x 35mm
Maxxis Re-Fuse Tubeless 700c x 40mm
Maxxis Rambler EXO Tubeless 700c x 40mm
IRC Formula Pro Tubeless 700c x 28mm with X-Guard
Specialized Renegade 29″ x 1.95″
Wheels in the test:
American Classic Hurricane Tubeless
American Classic Race 29’er
Mavic Pro Allroad Disc
Notubes.com Alpha 340
The Topeak JoeBlow Booster Pump is priced anywhere from $US 130 – $US 150 depending on where you buy.
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2 comments on “VIDEO Review: Topeak JoeBlow Booster Pump – Is it a replacement for the air compressor?”
Excellent infomercial JOM! How about one on the bus bike Shamwell?
Cool pump, Excellent review
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