Best price: £8.39Pressure increase: 3psi Single barrel? FP100 (£4.79)Contact: www.clarkeinternational.com
The Clarke is the cheapest foot pump here, and is very traditional, which means fiddling with a single metal clip to use or store the product. The single pedal bar is harder on your legs than newer models’ curved sections, too. It tends to wobble a lot – a second set of rubber feet would have helped it stay put. But it’s not all bad news; the gauge is clear with a red setting marker, while the metal valve coupling is slimmer than bulky plastic alternatives.
In this review
- 1IntroductionWe pile on the pressure by testing eight traditional twin-barrel car foot pumps
- 2Michelin 12209Michelin’s digital double-barrel range-topper remains our favourite foot pump.
- 3Michelin 12202
- 4Halfords 686646This is the second-cheapest pump here, but definitely the best budget option.
- 5Laser 4411
- 6Clarke FP300
- 7Clarke FP200 - currently reading
- 8Ring RFP2
- 9Draper 22269