I just bought this bought this because it was almost two inches shorter than my good old Hurricane MiniMax. On the my first ride with it, someone got a flat. While he changed his tube, I got out my new pump. I pumped his tire about to about 100PSI and we were back on the road. I like that the rubber bit pops out easier than on my old mini pump. The foot peg could have been 1" longer and it would have worked better in the grass.
Features wise, this pump looks great. Foot peg, fold out handle, hose, combo valve, metal construction, comes with a water bottle-area mount. It's not bad to use once its in your hands as well. The foot peg is a plastic piece on a steel pin hinge. Don't trust that to bend or take any serious stress. Just use it to stabilize the pump. Fold out handle makes it a bit more comfortable to use, which you'll want once you're pumping with all your strength. The hose is dead handy, but short enough that you'll need to be right next to the valve to use it. Never tested the combo valve, so we'll assume it works. I've gotten a 700x23 to 80 psi before I gave up. That's enough for me to get home, which I'm thankful enough for.
My gripe is that while its a great mini pump, the fact that it won't fit into even the largest of saddle bags, that you're not likely going to carry it in a jersey pocket, and that it takes up a bottle mount means that you might as well have gotten a Road Morph or a full size frame pump.
I take this pump with me every time I ride. It's bulkier than the pocket rocket but I like the hose because I kept breaking valve stems. It is a bit tough to get a road bike up to 100 psi but I haven't had very good luck with C02 inflators so I carry this.
Bought this to stick in my pack in case of puncture on the trail. Went with the Mini-Morph instead of the mountain to save a couple inches. It worked when I tried it in the shop, however, when the hose elbow coming out of the pump body is in certain positions there was air leaking out around it. Not just with pumping, but whatever air was in the tire would leak out as well. Rotating the elbow 45 degrees stops it. Still, should work well enough for filling a spare tube in the woods.
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