- Recommend me a mini-pump
Must be.:Posted 7 years ago
Inexpensive ( relative I know )
Fairly durable/ rugged
able to fit comfortably into a camelback
easy to get on and of the valves
Lezyne Alloy Drive.Posted 7 years ago
Airwave motion mini pump.
Like a miniature track pump. Brilliant.
Topeak morph fits in bag slightly large , but makes inflating easy , really good I got fed up with smaller pump taking a year to blow up . Amazon £21Posted 7 years ago
Blackburn, light and pumps quick/easy – only Presta if this is a problem
I’ve a Blackburn MTN Shorty (the original alloy one) which has been on my bikes/in my camelbak for 12 years now & it still works fine.Posted 7 years ago
Blackburn Mammoth is a good pump and sits nicely in my camelbak. Can be found for a tenner which is a bargain I think.Posted 7 years ago
forget about the rest….go for a Blackburn Mammoth.Posted 7 years ago
Topeak Mountain Morph (or the Lezyne copy)Posted 7 years ago
Mountain Morph for me too. Pumps tyres up quickly and easily, well worth the extra size. I’ve had three Blackburns fall apart while in use. They worked well when they worked but not great build quality so I now avoid them.Posted 7 years ago
Topeak Mountain Morph (or the Lezyne or madison copies)Posted 7 years ago
Lezyne alloy drive. Tough and reliablePosted 7 years ago
I’m going to get lambasted for this but…. Decathlon mini pump is about. 5 quid and is ace. Pretty small, pretty light, fits both Presta and schrader valves and blows tyres up surprisingly quickly.Posted 7 years ago
+1 for Lezyne alloy drive. Quality pumpPosted 7 years ago
Lezyne Alloy Drive.
Years later, yep, it just works, and works.Posted 7 years ago
Mountain Morph for me too…little bleeder turns into a mini-track pump and pumps up just as rapido too 😀 No contest fella, Mountain Morph yersen up.Posted 7 years ago
Seems like its a toss up between the Top peak Mountain morph & The Alloy drive from Lezyne.
Thanks peeps..looks like the price will decide between the two…Posted 7 years ago
Just got one of these to replace my Topeak Mini Dual G (was leaking round the o-rings)
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