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Which Mini Pump

MilkieMilkie Posts: 377
edited June 2008 in MTB buying advice
I've read a few other posts asking pretty much the same thing..

The answer being Baclkburn Mammoth...

Personally I think 13" for a mini pump is a bit on the big size...

Can anyone reccomend a good mini (smaller than 10") pump?


  • supermonkeysupermonkey Posts: 315
    I'm also interested if anyone's got any recommendations.
  • hastingshastings Posts: 206
    Some of the specialized ones are good and they albeit are quite long have storage for patches and whatnot in the handle. And they are not bank breaking either.
  • Chaka PingChaka Ping Posts: 1,451
    Love my Blackburn Mountain Air, like you I wanted somethign a bit smaller and picked it up for £10 from CRC or Wiggle.
  • Surf-MattSurf-Matt Posts: 5,952
    My Blackburn Carbon Airstik (ahem - free with a subscription to WMB!) is very compact and works a treat.
  • MilkieMilkie Posts: 377
    I've decided to get a Topeak Master Blaster, as they come with a mounting bracket.. My Camelbak isn't big enough for a pump!

    I wanted a small pump, this ones only 231mm long, and it has a gauge, not that it will be used!
  • MilkieMilkie Posts: 377
    Oooh and wiggle have a voucher, spend over £25 get £5 off..


    I've ordered my pump, tyre levers and patches. :D
  • BlackSpurBlackSpur Posts: 4,228
    I'm a big fan of the Topeak Master Blaster range. There is a large number of them for all budgets and size requirements. Smart Head is very useful for me, and I like the idea of Dual Action. Pretty solid pieces of kit too - mine has had a fair few knocks!
    "Melancholy is incompatible with bicycling." ~James E. Starrs
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