woohoo said:I've got a Topeak Road Morph (ChainReaction have them for £27) and had to use it "in anger" for the first time last weekend. It got my tyre up to an indicated 100 psi without any trouble. When I got home I checked the tyre pressure on my track pump and it indicated that the pressure was around 90 psi. I'm happy with the accuracy of the Morph's gauge (I expected it to be very approximate) but the next time I use it (which I hope will be no time soon), I will probably put an extra 10 psi in to compensate for the gauge under reading.
John the Monkey said:the guage on the Road Morph G isn't "smooth" ime (tend to jump between indicated pressures). IME, it's usually spot on if you stop pumping once it's "jumped" but will drift between "jumps".
yeah - it makes the difference between limping home (most mini-pumps) and finishing the ride.woohoo said:I do have to say that I was very impressed with the pump's performance. I had assumed that it would get the tyre up to a reasonable "get you home" pressure but in fact it did the whole job and I was able to complete the entire ride.