Yes it does! Linkstyle Air Pump includes 4 adapters - one of which can fit presta valves.
Quickly inflate your tires and get back on the road fast after a roadside emergency
Avoid towing services and gas station air pumps to save time and money
Inflation stops automatically upon reaching the chosen preset pressure
Smart Auto Shut-Off
Automatically stops inflating when preset pressure is reached
Recharge using a widely available USB-C cable (included in package)
0 - 150 PSI
Capable of inflating an inflatable up to 150 PSI
Tire Pressure Gauge
Feature a pressure gauge that checks tire pressure when connected to valve
Includes a built-in flashlight to improve visibility in emergency use
Optional App Control
Can connect to the Linkstyle mobile app via Bluetooth
Space-Saving Form Factor
occupies significantly less space than traditional air pumps. It fits in your backpack, glove box, or even in your pocket.
Inflate anything, anywhere, anytimewith award-winning ease and style
covers just about all of your inflator needs with a flexible pump hose and three adapters.
footballs, basketballs, etc.
pool floats, balloons
HOW IT WORKS
1. Find out the target air pressure level.
2. Connect the air pump to the valve.
3. Set the target pressure and press the power button to start inflation.
* The pump will stop inflating automatically when the target pressure is reached. Press the power button again during inflation to stop the pump before reaching target pressure.
Battery & Charging
Charging Method: 5V/2A USB-C
Charging Time: 2-3 hours from 0% to full charge
Battery Capacity: 2000 mAh 7.4V 14.8Wh
Battery Life Cycle: 300 cycles ≥85% original capacity
Size & Weight
Height: 6.3 inches (155mm)
Width: 2.5 inches (62mm)
Depth: 1.5 inches (39mm)
Weight: 0.94 pound (426g)
Pressure Range: 0 - 150 PSI
Inflation Speed: 15 - 20 L/min
Power Output: 35W
What's in the Package
1 x Smart Air Pump
1 x Inflator Hose
1 x Presta Valve Adapter
1 x Ball Needle
1 x Pool Float Adapter
1 x USB -C Charging Cable
1 x Drawstring Carry Pouch
If you own a car without a spare tire you should never go without this device. I own a Tesla model 3 with no spare tire and I'm more than one occasion have ended up with a flat tire and was lucky enough to get a can of flat fix to get to the next place where I get air. Flat fix doesn't area tire up enough to get you somewhere safely. Add some flat fix and add air with the Linkstyle air pump to proper pressure in just a few minutes this will Air your tire up to the full pressure. Has a very bright flashlight that works so you can work in the dark and is very easy to operate. I highly recommend this product.
I bought because it was $60 off and it seemed well built. It went down to three bars after tapping off first tire, stayed at three for other 3 tires. When I set for 32 psi, it stops at 32. Set at 33 it stops at 34. Not an issue with me. What I like is when I connect \ disconnect the plug it doesn't leak any air, so I don't have to compensate. Also it turns off after charging. Probably why I lost a bar when starting. Overall the best battery operated inflater owned so far.
I bought because it was on sale and it seemed well built. It went down to three bars after tapping off first tire, stayed at three for other 3 tires. When I set for 32 psi, it stops at 32. Set at 33 it stops at 34. Not an issue with me. What I like is when I connect \ disconnect the plug it doesn't leak any air, so I don't have to compensate. Also it turns off after charging. Probably why I lost a bar when starting. Overall the best battery operated inflater owned so far. Should be for the price.
I picked this little guy up after a bout of trying to pump up a tire on my bike. My bike's tire is rated at 80psi. Looked through a few hundred electric, battery, corded pumps and compared features and ratings....decided on the Linkstyle Portable Air Pump. A little spendy, but cheap isn't necessarily best, and while the slide pump can mount to the bike, to use as needed, when desperate, the Linkstyle can stay in the garage for serious filling. Sure, it's portable/rechargeable, but even though small, relatively speaking, I wouldn't want to carry it with my bike. In the trunk of a car, sure, and it'll work for that too, but for my purposes...garage it is.
So, after a little fiddling around to get the hose to mount (still not so good with Presta valves), but nothing extensive, I was ready to see how it compared to my somewhat abortive manual pumping. I set the pump for 80psi and hit start. About 30 sweat free SECONDS later, the pump stopped, and the tire was full. Little beastie earned his keep right there.
I like buying things that just work. I, like most use a pump for too much stuff. Snow blower tires, car tires, mtn bike tires, road bike tires, neighbors tires... the list goes on. So I paired this pump with a previous purchase for my tri bike disc wheel. The SILCA Disc valve adapter fit perfectly on the hose making pumping up tires on our 7 bicycles extremely simple. Definitely a pump for pre ride/race air check. A bit bulky to take along on a race or ride.
QUESTIONS? LOOK HERE!
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Will this work on bike tires that have presta valves?
How do I charge the air pump?
Linkstyle Air Pump can be charged using a Type-C cord and a 5V USB outlet.
How long does the battery last?
Linkstyle Air Pump can inflate for up to ____ hours / ___ tires before needing a recharge. It can be recharged in 2-3 hours.
Can I leave this in the car without the battery suffering any damage? (it gets hot here in the summer, cold winters too)
Linkstyle Air Pump can be stored in temperatures ranging from 14F to 113F.
Can I inflate a regular truck tire with this air pump?
Yes, Linkstyle Air Pump can be used to inflate items up to 150 PSI.