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Monday, April 25, 2016
(Product Review) Mini Bike Pump (Rich Black) with Glueless Puncture Repair Kit ★ World's Best Micro High Pressure Portable Bicycle Air Pump 210 PSI ★ Designed For Presta & Schrader Valves
No matter how you travel, it is always best to be prepared for whatever emergencies come your way. This Mini Bike Pump (Rich Black) with Glueless Puncture Repair Kit ★ World's Best Micro High Pressure Portable Bicycle Air Pump 210 PSI ★ Designed For Presta & Schrader Valves may be just what you need in the event of a flat tire on your bike.
This tiny little pump is easy to carry along, and has a mount to attach it to your bike frame. It is just 6.7 inches long and only weighs 2.5 ounces so it is easy to carry anywhere. It comes with a tire repair kit and a ball inflation needle so you can fix a flat tire or air up your deflated ball.
This pump has a 210 PSI manufacturer tested capacity, although I haven't personally tested it beyond pumping up a bike tire and a couple of balls. Because the pump is very small, it did take me a little while to get them pumped up, but if you were stranded along the road with a flat tire on your bicycle, you would be happy to have it along so you had a way to fix and inflate the tire to get you home. I think this is a very handy little pump, and the fact that it is so small and lightweight can definitely be a plus when riding bikes.
Although I was offered this product at a discount or received a complimentary sample in exchange for my fair and honest review, all thoughts and opinions on the products I review are always my own and have not been influenced by any discounts or samples which may have been provided to me for testing purposes. Questions and comments are welcomed.