Profil Max FP65 Z-Switch
The Profil Max FP65 floor pump is a high-quality product manufactured at our factory in France. The handle is made from wood and the body from anodised aluminium. The hi-tech base is reinforced using fibres ensuring that the vibrations or high temperatures created during inflation are absorbed. The Profil Max FP65 is fitted with a digital pressure gauge for accurate and legible pressure measurement.
Easy change from Presta to Schrader or Dunlop via a simple switch.
Handle made from wood sourced in France
Wood sourced from sustainable forests. Robust and high-quality.
Digital pressure gauge
Accurate (+/-1%) and legible pressure measurement (0.1 Bar / 1 PSI). Low battery indicator.
Large reinforced base
Reinforced material providing a high level of rigidity.
Integrated locking hook
For handle and hose.
« Its quality, materials and inflation capacity make it an excellent choice. »
« Its good performance, fulfilling everything we need is a workshop pump and its price significantly lower than the models with digital pressure gauge, make this fp65 an ideal purchase to control our tyres before each route. »
Ciclismo a fondo
« The use of this digital gauge allows a very precise representation of the pressure accumulated in the tire concerned. »
- 1.1 kg
- Natural beech wood
- 12 bar / 174 psi
- Anodised aluminium
- Hose length
- 1100 mm / 43’’
- 670 mm / 26.4‘’
- Reinforced composite
- Gauge Ø
- 70 mm / 3’’
- Product reference
Our advices and commitments
We recommend that you lubricate the mechanism by inserting a drop of lube several times a year.
Any mineral origin oil is suitable. We particularly recommend our PRO WET LUBE.
Product designed by our R&D department and made in France.
Commitment to quality is one of our major concerns. We carry out stringent testing on pumps, especially on foot pumps. Our different models must successfully pass the following test: 100 inflation cycles of a capacity of 650cm3 at a pressure of 0 to 10 bars and 20s between each inflation cycle.
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Questions and answers
Brian Seklecki on Apr 03, 2022 11:23