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Specialized Air Tool MTB Mini Frame Pump

Specialized Air Tool MTB Mini Frame Pump

  • Specialized Air Tool MTB Mini Frame Pump
  • A portable pump for high-volume tyres
  • Robust mountain bike pump

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£20.00
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Specialized Air Tool MTB Mini Frame Pump

At only 16cm long, the Specialized Air Tool MTB Mini Frame Pump is genuinely back pocketable.

No back pockets? No problem, it comes with a decent frame-fit bracket.

  • Robustly made with an aluminium shaft, handle, and chamber for durable performance.
  • The pump's locking lever is stainless steel for rust-free durability.
  • The locking head converts from Schrader to Presta, simply by reversing the pump head internals.
  • The plunger handle locks to pump barrel with a simple twist, so it stays in place in storage.
  • Optimised for mountain bike tyres, the larger volume body pushes more air per stroke.
  • Specialized's unique two-stage head helps prevent accidental pressure release when you fit or release the pump from the inner tube's valve.
  • Another first from Specialized, they now publish how much air volume their pumps deliver per stroke. In this case: 45cc.
  • Inflates to 70psi - optimised for mountain bikes, works for any bike on a 'get you home' basis.
  • 109g - based on weighing the Specialized Air Tool MTB Mini Frame Pump on its own at Bike Co-op HQ in November 2015.
  • Supplied with bottle cage boss bracket and bolts (you'll need a 3mm Allen key to fit this bracket) weighing 23g.
  • At only 16cm long, the pump is small enough to slip into your back pocket if you would rather not add the weight of the pump mount to your bike.

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