or yet another reason to be very wary of trusting a Topeak pump. Last night I found out that the cap that holds the adapters for my road morph g had come unscrewed and fallen off. It must have fallen off when I was riding, and the pump isn't much good without it if you're wondering. Fortunately I discovered the lost piece before I left my girlfriends place last night and was able to pump the tire back up before leaving, and I was even more fortunate that this happened on the front tire and not the back. I'd used the pump a few times before this and it seemed to work well enough to make me think the people that rave about them were right, but my previous problems with a Topeak floor pump make me too leery of them to trust them to be my only way to pump up a tire.
So if you've got a road morph g I'd recommend checking the end of the hose to see if all the parts are still there before you find out they aren't and you're stuck somewhere.
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A fan here of good full frame pumps. The only tire inflation tool I know of that works everywhere, all the time and needs no back-up. (Yeah, I know of folk who ride with floor pumps but I am excluding then here.)
The bike that cannot carry a full sized frame pump? Not in my stable. I consider tire pressure that important.
Oh, the "good" frame pumps? There are many. Zephal HPXs are one. I stick to them (and the older HPs) just to keep things simple. There is a rattle (probably of the spring) inside the handle that sounds a lot like a loose headset. I wish they would silence that. But for the important part, keeping tires inflated, those pumps work. (I used the older HP as my only pumps from the early '70s until the early '90s when I bought my first floor pump.)