This floor pump costs silly money but it’s effortlessly stylish. The polished silver, subtly tapered shaft with its two forked feet and smoothly forged T-handle will sync perfectly with any minimalist, modernist décor if your workshop is also your kitchen or spare room.
The unique selling point among similar pumps, though, is that it leans back five degrees for a comfortable, stable one-footed pumping position. The super-smooth action will take your tyres up to 180psi easily too.
The numbers on the pressure gauge are too small to read unless you crouch down and check, though. The swappable Presta or Schrader valve head screws rather than pushes on, so you’ll need a threaded adaptor for deep section rims. The price is likely to leave most shoppers deflated too.