When it comes to building a tool kit, we want tools that are small, compact and get the job done. For the last few years the MotoPressor has been a part of tool kit on every ride. The thing does exactly what you need it to.
It's compact, comes in a nice little soft carry case and pumps tyres up in good time. When paired with their Tyre Plug Kit it makes for the perfect on the road repair kit. You can find out the full details of the product below.
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.
So far, I've only used the MotoPressor to try it out. I don't ride off-road although it is something I'd like to try. I bought the compressor with touring, track days or just being away from home for a few days in mind. I chose this because it's small, light, and compact.
This item is really easy to use , does what it says on box , packs down quite small , pocket sized , it says , but you would have to have a sizeable pocket for this small pump , only thing not 5stars is that it has no gauge , so , 4 stars from me ..
Fits under the seat, without bag. Only used in a practice run, it inflates quickly and gets to pressure with impressive speed. Good value and gives confidence it will deliver when needed. It does get hot in use, it needs to cool a while before handling and shoving back under the seat.
Great tool for me fits under my seat always with me as I am a motorcycle instructor to keep the day going
Worked well digital screen to set pressure than stooped when when hit PSI mark.
Small connects to battery and comes with accessories