Sette Air 2 ST-35 Universal Shock Pump
Accurate Inflation Designed for Today's Top-Line Air Suspension Components. The Sette Shock Pump is a high pressure, low volume pump that is perfect for adjusting air pressure in suspension components. This pump is capable of reaching pressure as high as 400PSI/30BAR, it features a durable aluminum construction and easy to read analog gauge with bleed valve, to insure you get correct readings every time. One feature that this pump has that others lack is the 2-Stage Non Leakage Valve Release System, this valve allows the user to engage and disengage the pump with out air leakage. Brass fittings and a stainless steel braided supply hose make this one of the nicest pumps out there.
After about 4 years, the screw-on end started leaking. Not bad for 4 years but I probably only used it a few times a year. Since a typical floor pump will not fit over a typical Fox shock, you are out of luck if the shock pump fails or leaks. Mine was very accurate, I got within 1mm of the Fox recommended sag when putting the recommended pressure in for my weight. The convenience of the right angle design of the screw-on part made up for the eventual leak issue. Since these shock pumps are all so small and shocks contain so little volume of air, it means the pumps are going to be a bit tough to handle compared to larger pumps. You have to hold the gauge end w/ one hand so it means the hair-trigger relief valve will cause you to have to pump up again if you touch it. The valve mechanism is 2-stage so: 1. unscrew the pink pin out of the bronze part 2. screw the bronze part pretty tight onto the shock valve 3. screw the pink pin inwards which opens the shock's valve 4. pump up to your desired pressure 5. unscrew the pink part, you'll hear a slight puff as a small amount of air escapes the pump body (normal) 6. unscrew the bronze part off of the shock valve
This pump is great for the price. Well made and continues to perform well.
The pump I purchased lasted one season before failing. Not impressed at all. Go with something else.
Pump works well and does what its supposed to, pump air. The pressure gauge on mine was off, by a lot. I believe it was off by more than half the stated air pressure. I was able to take the gauge apart and "calibrate" the gauge to within 10 psi. The valve attachment works well with minimal air loss. Except for the bad gauge, the pump is a pretty good value. If you buy, check the gauge versus something accurate.
This has become one of the most important and favorite tools in my kit. I ride as much as possible, which makes me very sensitive to the bike's setup. I have spend lots of time fine tuning and experimenting with my shocks, trying to dial in that "perfect pressure". Most of the parts rotate and swivel which makes it easy to put the pump into a good leverage position, especially when I need high PSI for the rear shock. The gauge is easy to read. The big red release valve is great, although a bit of a hair-trigger. Go gently or you will be starting over. The handle works well, could benefit from a cross-T handle but this one is fine. My favorite feature is the red, secoondary release valve! I can get it pumped and then release pressure on the pin without worrying about losing pressure as I rush to remove the whole connection. Very smart. This has been a great tool for me and the features accomplish their purpose for the better. Recommended
Everyone who uses this is impressed with it's quality. Everythign about the design is intelligent. Agreeing that you don't lose too much air, or at least it's a predictable amount, when you remove the head.
Bought this after I bought a bike with a somewhat leaky Rock shox fork. It works great for that and my previous bike with an air rear shock. Loses very little air. To James W, when you put the pump back on the hose on the pump has to fill with air. Forks and shocks have VERY LITTLE air in them and that air is at a high pressure, so when you connect the pump it has to equalize pressure in the stainless braided hose. Try this: Pump fork, remove pump, try fork. Basically you will have find the pressure that you need to pump to and what ever leaks out leaks out (if any)
Great price and great pump easy to use and dial in my suspension
Pump was easy to use and did its job for my front and rear shocks.. I would recommend buying this product.
I like this pump and it works well. The only issue I have that it has such a large scale on the gauge (up to 300 psi) that it doesn't have small graduations. It is hard to a difference of less than 5 psi. For some shocks that's important.
Once I figured out the release mechanism I am able to remove the pump without losing any air. Great product, easy to pump up my fork.
Great pump. Durable and easy to use, does what you expect. I haven't noticed a lot of air leakage in taking it off: a little, but less than my previous pump. Both bikes have Fox Float RP2 shocks and this pump is perfect.
Used on Fox Float and Rock Shox Rebas, it works great. The design allows you to connect/disconnect without losing air. Simple, accurate, and easy to use.
My pump lets almost all the air back out when you remove it no matter what I do so it is useless. I use a Planet Bike model that lets less than 5 psi out. Any pump will let some air out when you put it on and take it off but the good ones keep it to within 5 psi. I doubt even a properly working Sette model can do this but llets hear from all these people who like it. What is the change in pressure when you just put it on - take a reading,, take it off, and put back on again - take a reading.
My friend bought this pump from price point not too long ago. It works great and you will certainly not lose any psi when removing. However, I just wanted to let anyone know who owns a vivid air that this shock pump will not work. There is not enough clearance between the shock body and valve head to screw on the end of the pump.
Work great, I have used it on Rockshox and Fox forks and rear shocks without any issues.
Great pump. It does its job and is nicely made.
If you're getting too much bounce from a rear shock you need this tool in your pack (or at least in your tool supply at home). I have used this pump for years and expect to use it for years more, it is well built. Took a second to figure out how to use it myself w/o guidance but easy enough.
Nice pump but always had problems putting onto shock and removing from shock. Air would come out from base of hose depending on position and when removing from shock it'd lose about 10psi.
Does exactly what you would expect for the least money.
Favorite pump I have used yet. Great design, which helps to not lose much air when you remove it. For the price, you can't beat it.
great pump. Well built. In fact most of these look the same as the other manufacturers pumps. The head is very nicely made to reduce air loss when pump is removed from fork or shock. No problem pumping up my fox forks & Rear suspensions. The hose looks nice with the metal sleeves too. This may not fit some of the very old suspensions shocks. Just make sure your shocks use the shraeder valve.
Solid pump Great for the money It leaks a little bit of air when removing the nozel. There's better pumps out there but for the money you cant beat this. Looks cool up close too