New mtb pump required, recomendations please.

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  • Premier Icon Wookster
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    Towpeak mountain morph great pump fits in a pack and works really really well!

    jimw
    Member

    +1 for mountain morph, alternative if you want something more compact – Leyzene alloy drive medium

    olympus
    Member

    +2 for mountain morph

    excitable1
    Member

    +3 for mountain morph. I’ve even managed to pump up a new tubeless with it. Admittedly I lost 2 stone and nearly died but it still did the job

    I’ve broken a couple of the cheaper Topeaks. I’ve currently got a Blackburn carbon something-or-the-other and it’s nice.

    project
    Member

    Got two spesh airforce ones, and both dont seem to pump anymore

    Whyte1
    Member

    +1 Blackburn it’s like a little compressor and its got a lifetime warranty

    Red shaft too what’s not to like

    ruscle
    Member

    I had the mountain morph, now prefer CO2 canisters from tyreinflators website as these are the cheapest and to top up I use a lezyne pump which is excellent, uses old school tech which means no bending of the valves.

    doh
    Member

    +1 for lezyne it has a proper screw on connector and is well made. “old” design but it works very well and should last.
    have went through many pumps with the stupid flippy lever smart connector head type thing that always breaks in one way or another eventually.

    michaelmcc
    Member

    If its a mini pump you’re after, get a Lezeyne.. or whatever they’re called.

    +3 for mountain morph, or as an alternative how about a drop of this

    Mosa CO2 Mini Tyre Inflator/pump £6.98

    and cartridges are £6.00 for a box of 10.

    Premier Icon rickmeister
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    Mountain Morph + whatever we are up to…

    cycl1ngjb
    Member

    Also have a Mountain Morph – had one for a couple of years now & it’s been great

    Got a little squeeky at one point, but took it apart & gave it a spot of grease & has worked perfectly ever since

    Can easily achieve a 35 – 40 PSI

    Premier Icon tommytowtruck
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    Lezyne. Simple but well made and work really well.

    fasthaggis
    Member

    I have the Lezyne and think it’s a great wee pump.
    However,it did not like being covered in mud(frame mounted in both directions) and my one started to grind itself to bits,so I now keep it in my pack.

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