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Park Tool Half-Pint Mini Pump
$29.99
Just small enough to carry or clip onto your bike and just big enough to pump efficiently, Park's Half-Pint Mini Pump is a dual-head mini pump built like all of Park's tools — solid! The all-aluminum barrel ensures long life and smooth operation, while the soft-touch grips and a flip-out handle make the pumping easy. This great pump is Presta- and Schrader-valve compatible and includes mounting hardware that attaches to your bottle bosses so you can carry the pump next to your bottle. It fits in pockets and packs, too.
Park Tool Micro Pump
$29.99
Park Tool's Micro Pump is a super small micro pump that fits in just about any bag or jersey pocket or mounts directly to the frame. Ideal to take along when space and weight are an issue. Aluminum barrel with a locking dual head and soft-touch dual-density flip out handle. - Presta and Schrader valve compatible - Maximum pressure: 100 psi / 7 bars - Weight: 3.7 ounces (105g) - Length: 7 7/8" (200mm) - Includes mounting hardware to securely attach to water bottle bosses or under bottle cage
Park Tool Mini Pump
$29.99
Small enough to carry along yet big enough to pump efficiently. The PMP-4.2 comes with a handy holder that bolts under a water bottle cage and holds the pump securely. All-aluminum barrel construction ensures long life and smooth operation. - Presta- and Schrader-valve compatible - Includes mounting hardware to securely attach to water bottle bosses or under bottle cage - Maximum pressure 90 PSI/6bars - Approximate weight 4.6oz/130 grams - 10.5 inches in length (265mm)
Park Tool Pocket Protector Micro Pump
$23.49
Don't get caught looking like a geek, get Park's Pocket Protector Micro Pump. This miniature inflator fits in just about any pocket or pack and can also mount to your frame. It may be small, but it packs a punch, too, with its 100-psi capacity and adaptable head that fits Presta and Schrader valves. Plus, it comes with a dual-density, flip-out handle for maximum pumping power.
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