Substantial and with a foolproof valve head
Syncros makes two shock pumps; a basic model called the SP2.0 and this all singing all dancing SP1.0.
Both share the same hose storage and air release dial but the SP1.0 is all-aluminium and features a Zero-leak 2-Step Schrader valve head.
This allows you to unwind the adapter from the valve once you finished the inflation process eliminating the little hiss you get with a standard shock pump.
This two-step design is a little bit more complicated to use but it does produce really accurate readings.
With its digital manometer the SP1.0 is not cheap when compared to a mechanical shock pump but the price is the going rate for digital – RockShox’s digital pump is £66 and the Lezyne Digital Shock Drive, we tested a few months ago, is £69.99.
Both are just as accurate but the SP1.0 feels more substantial and also gets the foolproof valve head.