Topeak Propshock review

Needless to say, a shock pump is an essential item if your bike has an air-sprung shock, but this little number from Topeak has a trick hidden up its screw-on sleeve.

Our rating 
5.0 out of 5 star rating 5.0
GBP £44.99 RRP | USD $83.52
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Our review

A great invention that can save the day - and pump up a shock
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Needless to say, a shock pump is an essential item if your bike has an air-sprung shock, but this little number from Topeak has a trick hidden up its screw-on sleeve. If your shock fails out on the trail, you can screw the pump down as a rigid replacement to get you home.

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As a shock, it works fine. It’s a bit more fiddly than a full length Fox unit, but more than adequate for the job. It pumps up to 300psi and has a 360- degree rotating hose and a pressure-release button. The principle is great. We can’t remember the last time an air shock or fork failed on us, but it’s best to go prepared.

Product Specifications

Product

Name Propshock
Brand Topeak

Colour Black/Yellow
Connector type Pressure-Rite
Anti-Air Loss Shock Valve Yes
Locking Handle Yes
Max Inflation Range 300
MPN TPROP1
Rotating Hose Yes
Weight (g) 170