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Small and mighty pocket pump. An efficient, light weight, single action design which inflates to 120psi. Extendable hose takes the stress off the valve stem.
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This pump is fantastic. I've used it on my presta road tires, schrader MTB tires, and even some schrader utility cart tires and its worked fantastically on all of them. These pumps are quite small, don't require beefy arms to pump up to 110psi, and fills surprisingly fast for being such a short pump. The hose setup is fantastic and there is effectively no air pressure lost when you unscrew the fitting from the valve. Fits into a jersey pocket very well. Really great pump, only ways it could be better are: If there was a way to keep the pump handle "closed"/ not extended when its not in the mount. I use a rubber band wrapped around it with a tire lever as a toggle, which works but isn't ideal. With an integrated gauge- but then the pump would be bigger which goes against what its made for.