Best price: £25.77 Pressure increase: 3psi Single barrel? 22267 (£18.33)Contact: www.drapertools.com
As the most expensive pump on test, this needs to be pretty good. But, unfortunately for Draper, it isn’t. Easily the biggest problem is that the pedal simply isn’t sturdy enough. Unless you position your foot dead central, and push carefully, the pedal collides against the lower frame, restricting the stroke. And then there’s the bizarre valve coupling, which instead flicks to horizontal when locking on, opposite to pretty much any pump we’ve ever tried.
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
- 8Ring RFP2
- 9Draper 22269 - currently reading