What kind of pump to use to put air in your OneWheel?
njcustom last edited by njcustom
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wheelking last edited by
@njcustom Much thanks and will order today. Here's the air pump I've been using for my OW and basketball:
Polle last edited by
There is a topic about this subject where several pumps are suggested.
braswell last edited by
@njcustom does this one actually fit in that tight space? I want to get it
sidebox last edited by
This is the pump I use. It's not small/portable but it has a built in and accurate psi gauge and the clip fits easily in the wheel well.
njcustom last edited by
@braswell its not what i use but its similar so it should..
ripdis85 last edited by
I was actually looking to give these a try.. They should work well for our situation.
ripdis85 last edited by ripdis85
I finally got to try this tonight.. Works really well to check and fill air in the OW tire.. It bleeds a little air so I just overfilled a little.. Link is above for the adapter
erikbsteele last edited by
I bought a $12 standard bicycle pump. Works perfect.
thegreck last edited by
@erikbsteele Link? Finding a pump with a connector that fits into that tiny gap on the OW is pretty tough.
travellin last edited by
I use the Microflate Nano CO2 inflator:
It fits easily and is small enough to carry in a bag or even a pocket.
kbern last edited by
I just received my OneWheel+ (yay!) and my screw-on pump no longer screws on enough to engage the valve-stem. This used to work, and the pump screws on to other, similar, valve stems (e.g. bicycle, motorcycle).
Has anyone else experienced this problem?
I use this pump for my tire:
groovyruvy last edited by
I use this to inflate the tire:
And added this adaptor to make connecting to the tire stem a breeze:
Works like a champ. Can fill the tire and be done in under a minute, and no wrestling with the tire stem.
SC720 last edited by
@kbern You can just screw on a 90 degree valve extender when filling up. They are only a few bucks and work with any pump. Never had any issues with PSI readings.
Ryusui last edited by
I know this is a pretty old thread, but I figured maybe a newcomer like me might benefit from this info.
I just bought a simple hand pump for sports balls from Target:
This works perfectly. It threads onto the valve securely, and only takes a few pumps to go up several PSI. I used a Slime digital gauge to check the pressure. Again, you can get this from Target: