Model # BP15

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Husky Bicycle Floor Pump
0027488603653

Husky

Bicycle Floor Pump

  • Lightweight pump for the home or on the go
  • Fits standard Schrader valves, includes adapter for Presta valves
  • Included pressure gauge measures tire pressure while pumping
$14.98 /each

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The ideal pump for home, garage or on the go. Lightweight, heavy-duty metal body, large comfort grip handle, 26 in. air hose, sturdy no-slip base for added stability while pumping and large, easy to read 160 psi analog gauge make this perfect pump for bicycles, sports balls and other inflatable's. Includes four inflation accessories: Presta valve adaptor, ball needle and two (2) mattress nozzles.

  • Inflation of bicycle tires and recreational equipment
  • Fits all standard Schrader valves
  • Large dial pressure gauge
  • Presta valve adaptor, ball needle and two (2) mattress nozzles

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How do you get the gauge to work?

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August 24, 2015
I just bought this pump and have a Schrader valve on my bike tires. I put the pump on and it's adding air, but I don't know how much air I'm putting in since the gauge either stays at 20 or doesn't move from 0. Any help would be appreciated.
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Camarillo, CA
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June 24, 2016
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The gauge on mine has about 10 psi of hysteresis, so my guess is the gauge is low quality. Try smacking the gauge to un-stick the needle? Otherwise, return it and get one that works.
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Without knowing how many times you pumped, and assuming the gauge is good, it seems like the air is not going in the tire. If it's hard to pump, you probably don't have a good connection between the pump and the valve stem. Some of these pumps are tricky to get a good connection on the valve stem. This particular model locks with the handle in the down position. A lot of other brands are the opposite of Read More
Without knowing how many times you pumped, and assuming the gauge is good, it seems like the air is not going in the tire. If it's hard to pump, you probably don't have a good connection between the pump and the valve stem. Some of these pumps are tricky to get a good connection on the valve stem. This particular model locks with the handle in the down position. A lot of other brands are the opposite of this. Make sure the connection is in as far as you can make it, then press the lever down. You should see air pressure right away if there's any in the tire. If the tire is completely out of air, the stem will have a tendency to retract into the rim when you try to connect the pump. If this is happening, I've found that by pushing with your thumb on the tire tread opposite the stem, helps to get a better connection.
In my case, air wasn't getting in because it was leaking around the cylinder where it slips into the pedestal. I was losing all my air that way. I'm taking the pump back tomorrow since I just found out it comes with a two year warranty.
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Eugene, Or
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December 27, 2015
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Mine didn't work either. Returned it and got another that didn't work. The handle is tied down by zip ties so you can't test the gauge before buying,
Finally got the second one working somewhat by taking it off the pump and moving the needle back and forth manually. Gauge still is jumpy and inaccurate but at least it is an indication of increase or decrease in pressure.
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Mine didn't work either. Returned it and got another that didn't work. The handle is tied down by zip ties so you can't test the gauge before buying,
Finally got the second one working somewhat by taking it off the pump and moving the needle back and forth manually. Gauge still is jumpy and inaccurate but at least it is an indication of increase or decrease in pressure.
Don't trust the gauge even if it works. Read Less
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Picayune, MS
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December 25, 2015
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My gauge does not work either. I can't for the life of me figure out why people do not put a little pride into their work.
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December 6, 2015
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It doesn't work. It's a piece of garbage.
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August 25, 2015
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This product will not accurately display the pressure if it is not secured correctly.
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Can I get a brass outlet valve for this pump?

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Plano, Texas
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June 1, 2014
I've used this pump twice. Now the plastic insert in the outlet is damaged enough so that it won't engage the valve stem. Also, the gauge is now stuck at 28psi but that is only annoying.
Your buyer's need to take a bit more care when they select an item.
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Maryland
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July 11, 2016
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the plastic insert is a definite problem. can i get a replacement part?
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Richmond, VA
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January 27, 2015
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Topeak makes a fitting that may be what you want. It is called a Pressure-Rite Schrader Valve Adapter. Check out the following web page
http://www.topeak.com/products/Pumps/Pressure-Rite
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June 2, 2014
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Thank you for your recent inquiry with The Home Depot. I believe it would be best to reach out to the manufacturer for assistance. For any other questions, please call us at HomeDepot.com Customer Service 800-430-3376.
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What connector, if any is used to connect to a standard tire (small) valve? There are no instructions with this pump.

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January 20, 2014
Is the black end with the flip lever used? How should it be attached? Any other attachment needed? Doesn't seem to connect correctly.
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Morrisville, PA
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Yes the flip lever is used as that is what squishes the seal around the valve stem (or Presta adapter). Mine (purchased at HD May/2015) came with a Presta adapter stored in the flip lever. Take the dust cap off the Presta valve, unscrew the little lock nut of the Presta valve and push in on the valve to make sure it isn't stuck. Now screw on the Presta adapter (large end with o-ring toward Presta valve) Read More
Yes the flip lever is used as that is what squishes the seal around the valve stem (or Presta adapter). Mine (purchased at HD May/2015) came with a Presta adapter stored in the flip lever. Take the dust cap off the Presta valve, unscrew the little lock nut of the Presta valve and push in on the valve to make sure it isn't stuck. Now screw on the Presta adapter (large end with o-ring toward Presta valve) until snug. Attach pump hose and flip the lever down. Pump to the desired pressure, remove pump, snug down the little nut on the Presta valve and put on the dust cap. Read Less
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January 21, 2014
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Hi 450096,
I'm Travis from The Home Depot. Thanks for visiting our site.
This pump is set up to connect to a Schrader valve. Schrader is a standard automobile tire valve.
High pressure bicycle tires use a Presta valve. An adapter will make it possible to use this pump on Presta equipped tubes.
Here is a link to this adapter:
http://bicycletutor.com/presta-valve/
Thank you for asking. Get out and Read More
Hi 450096,
I'm Travis from The Home Depot. Thanks for visiting our site.
This pump is set up to connect to a Schrader valve. Schrader is a standard automobile tire valve.
High pressure bicycle tires use a Presta valve. An adapter will make it possible to use this pump on Presta equipped tubes.
Here is a link to this adapter:
http://bicycletutor.com/presta-valve/
Thank you for asking. Get out and ride!
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How do I register my product?

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I recently purchased this product to keep the tires on my riding mower inflated. Is this product automatically covered or do I need to register it?
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June 16, 2016
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Thank you for your recent inquiry with The Home Depot. Guaranteed Forever-If your Husky hand tool ever fails, bring it back and we will replace it free. For details, visit your nearby store or call 1-888-HD-HUSKY. Please reach out to Husky they are able to register the item all you will need is your receipt.
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Bicycle Floor Pump is rated 3.1 out of 5 by 60.
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Valve Fitting has failed I've had the pump for two years and it failed. The gauge has never been accurate, but more importantly, the valve fitting has failed so that it's inoperable. The fitting is made of plastic and each time it goes on and off a valve stem (it fits very snugly), the stem has a worn a groove. The groove is now large enough that it won't seal properly. Happy to buy another fitting if they sold them separately (they don't).
Date published: 2016-06-25
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Functional at a good price Works well, locks in to the stem, enough advantage when pumping without so much that you have to lean on it. A few drawbacks: The stem adapter in the clamp handle falls out easily. I've finally just stored it on the shelf so it doesn't roll away. The pressure gauge has about 10 psi of hysteresis, so you can't read the numbers straight off the dial. The base isn't quite wide enough to keep it from falling over. Still, plenty good for the price. I'd buy it again.
Date published: 2016-06-25
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Stay away! I went thru two of these. First one was covered under Husky's 2-year warranty. I'm not... Stay away! I went thru two of these. First one was covered under Husky's 2-year warranty. I'm not wasting my time replacing it with the same again. Issue #1: After several uses the pump/cylinder starts to leak air and gets worse over time. Issue #2: The part that attaches to a tire valve is made of plastic inside which gets all mangled after just a few uses. If you need to air up tires keep looking, the only thing this pump might be useful for is airing up balls.
Date published: 2016-11-29
Rated 1 out of 5 by from DO NOT BUY THIS PRODUCT This was my second Husky pump. I returned the first one when it broke and received an even exchange. Needless to say the second one broke and when I tried to exchange it, the model changed so it could not be returned. I must say I'm glad I could not get another one exchanged because this pump was a very poorly made product.
Date published: 2016-08-08
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Plastic peice of garbage The plastic head on this pump broke after only a couple of uses. This was a total waste of money and, based on the replacement parts available(and their price), this thing will probably end up in the land fill. Spend more and get something that will last at least a couple of months.
Date published: 2016-08-29
Rated 1 out of 5 by from what a piece of junk the pump is solid but I have used this probably 3 times and will not put out any air, bought is at end of last summer, have not really needed it until this summer and found out it will not work. the nozzle is also hard to connect,
Date published: 2016-06-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Good quality for the price. It works well, parts are a bit cheap, so you have to be careful but as long as you are careful with it, with will last a long time.
Date published: 2016-10-19
Rated 4 out of 5 by from I can ride now I've been able to blow up my bike tires and a punching bag! With the punching bag however it turned into a two person job!
Date published: 2016-10-25
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