A bicyclepump is a type of positive-displacement pump specifically designed for inflating bicycle tires. It has a connection or adapter for use with one or both of the two most common types of valves used on bicycles, Schrader or Presta.
Stockings, socks, and tights (esp. in commercial use)
hosiery: socks and stockings and tights collectively (the British include underwear)
A flexible tube conveying water, used esp. for watering plants and in firefighting
man's close-fitting garment of the 16th and 17th centuries covering the legs and reaching up to the waist; worn with a doublet
Ames True Temper 2388100 65-Foot Cassette Hose King Reel
This compact cassette hose reel combines many fine qualities in a most convenient package. It's easy to carry around, exceptionally easy to store, and rugged and waterproof to boot. There are mounting holes on the side in case you want to hang it on the wall when you're not using it, and the double O-rings keep the unit from leaking. Toe tabs help stabilize the cassette when you're pulling out lengths of hose, and the hose winds up easily into its carrier case. And, best of all, this cassette comes with its own hose--65 feet of it. On the downside, this structure needs to be assembled, which isn't a speedy process. And 65 feet of hose may not be enough for your lawn and garden. If it is, however, this cassette reel is a good bet.
Note the complete lack of a pump hose. This Edco pump may need more than a prayer to bring it back from the dead. The fender can only be remembered in this photo by the threaded stud remnant fastened to the chainstays to the right of the chainring. Sad indeed, that a fahrrad that lacked any sign of use would be laid to rest in a corrosive environment as the Florida air has to offer; a long way away from it's home in the Swiss Alps.
sticky foil bicycle pump
An Egyptian taught me how to pump a tire with the wrong type of pump. Wrap the sticky foil (the one used to cover foodstuffs) around the valve, then push in the valve opener with a little pepple and jam the pepple in the valve so it stays open. Then pump while checking the pressure gauge of the pump. When the pressure is right, take off the pump hose and the pepple should come right out with the valve being close and everything done.
bicycle pump hose
This coil hose has brass connections and a 6-pattern water nozzle attached. With extension up to 25 feet, this coil water hose easy retracts to its original size after use for compact storage. 6 different spraying patterns make this self-coil garden hose able to meet various garden watering needs. The nozzle sprayer has a rear trigger that makes it easy to control water flow. Features and Benefits Extends up to 25 feet Recoils for compact and organized storage Sprayer nozzle has 6 different spray patterns Rear trigger allows for full water flow control Comes in the color blue