This is a great little pump. ULTRA compact, this stripped down pocket pump weighs in at only 580g and fits in the palm of your hand. Built around a custom modified 12 volt 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 62cm long inflator hose, a 2m long power cord with an SAE fitting on the end and a hands-free, screw-on delivery valve that fits all bikes. Included is a battery cable with an SAE fitting at the end for you to connect into. All this packs small into a heavy duty neoprene pouch.
MotoPressor Pocket Pumpwill pump the front tyre of your motorcycle from flat to around 32 psi and the rear to around 28psi in two (2) minutes (Tests run on a BMW R1200GS). MotoPressor Pocket Pump is capable of pumping over 100 psi!
Use the MotoPressor Pocket Pump to inflate your tyres, anywhere, anytime, OVER and Over again.
The MotoPressor Pocket Pump is CE approved meaning it meets the requirements as set out in European Directives that cover health, safety and environmental protection legislation. We are so confident about the quality of our product that it is covered by a FIVE YEAR WARRANTY.
WARNING – Do not use this pump in a standard BMW accessory outlet, unless it is wired directly to the battery and bypasses the motorcycle’s electrical computer system, “CANbus”. The CANbus monitors and limits the amperage of the accessory outlet. When you plug the MotoPressor into a CANbus equipped accessory outlet the CANbus will automatically shut off the circuit and the MotoPressor will stop working. It is not the fault of the Motopressor.
If you have a CANbus equipped bike and you are not SURE about using the accessory outlet, use the alligator clips to get power from your battery or better still connect the supplied SAE terminal connectors to your battery and get power from there.
Our technical guy says:
"I recommend a 15A fuse. The pump will draw 8A at startup with 0 psi in
your tyre and 11A at startup with 35 psi in the tyre. Once running it
drops back to between 5.2A and 9.4A depending on the amount of pressure in