Gear up with the CK-7 Combo Kit with compact Mini Pump. Toss a spare tube in the saddle bag and you've got everything you need to changes flats on the road. Includes: - Mini Pump - 6 Piece Mini Tool - 2 Tire Levers - Medium Saddle Bag - Ballistic Nylon Bottle Cage
Features: - First of its kind digital mini pump for tires and MTB shocks - Telescoping handle effortlessly switches between high pressure & high volume - Presta & Schrader valve compatibility - Digital gauge reads from 5 PSI to 300 PSI with +/- 1% accuracy - Micro adjust button allows for fine tuning of air pressure - Foldable hose allows for easy usage and storage Specs - Capacity: 300 Psi - Length: Open: 23-3/4" Closed: 11-3/4” - Weight: 282 Grams
The Grifter Mini Foot Pump w/Gauge is a cool mini-pump that mimics the operation of a floor pump for amazingly quick fill-ups. The foot peg, T-handle, and head extension make inflation easy—even on high-pressure tires. Of course, this fine pump is Presta and Schrader valve compatible and has a gauge that takes the guesswork out of inflation.
Serfas’ Half Stick Quick Draw mini pump is small enough to fit inside a jersey pocket or bag, and can inflate a tire out on the road up to 100 PSI. The Quick Draw head fits both Presta and Schrader. Plus, at 155 grams, you’ll hardly notice it’s there until you need to use it.
Serfas’ High Pressure Mini Pump can inflate a tire up to 140 PSI, and the long barrel means fewer strokes to get your tire inflated. The Quick Draw head fits both Presta and Schrader valves. Plus, at 100 grams, you’ll hardly notice it’s there until you need it. • Quick draw head fits both Presta and Schrader valves • Aluminum body • Small size fits easily into jersey and small packs • Weight: 100 grams • PSI capacity: 140 psi
The Road Stick is a great mini-pump, sized just right for your jersey pocket or pack. It has a soft ergonomic handle that flips out for easy leverage. The easy-to-use thumblock head is Schrader and Presta compatible, plus the lightweight aluminum barrel is durable to provide years of use.
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