An adapter - presta to schrader, or get a decent track pump with a gauge.
Or the tried and trusted thumb method.
Or see if they'll exchange it for a topeak d2, that said track pumps are soo handy for home use, nothing more sole destroying than pumping a big volume tyre with a mini pump, although I keep a mini pump on tth frame for emergency I. E. My co2 cartridge fails lol
A lot of bike suppliers will pump up the tyres till there hard in the misguided preconception that you will use it on gravel track and roads. Get a track pump with dual ends and gauge, plus a decent mini pump with a dual head or interchangeable one. If using on trails centres it's experience that will normally tell you how much pressure, to hard you can lose traction to soft you will get pinch flats. Don't get the smallest mini pump either as it takes ages to blow up from flat, co2 can be good but I've seen a few tyres terminally over inflatted by mistake.
So I bought a digital pressure gauge from halfords but realised that the binzago has presta valve and can't read the pressure of the tyre. I wanna know the pressure of the tyre as I think they inflate it to the max and tyres are super hard.
A lot of bike suppliers will pump up the tyres till there hard in the misguided preconception that you will use it on gravel track and roads.