Mini pump

upperoilcan
upperoilcan Posts: 1,180
edited December 2010 in Road buying advice
Merry Xmas...

Im in the market for a mini pump,any recomendations for one which will do the job properly ? Oh and it must be able to fit in the rear pocket of my jersey as i do not wish to attach it to the bike.

Many thanks.....
Cervelo S5 Ultegra Di2.

Comments

  • sungod
    sungod Posts: 16,514
    http://www.wiggle.co.uk/lezyne-micro-fl ... ith-gauge/

    always carry mine in a jersey pocket

    flip out foot so it works like a mini track pump, no issue getting 110psi, or much higher if you want, hose makes use easy and avoids risk of bending/snapping the valve
    my bike - faster than god's and twice as shiny
  • Smokin Joe
    Smokin Joe Posts: 2,706
    Topeak Pocket Rocket.

    Small, light and 100psi no bother. Mine was £12.99 from CRC.

    Topeak tend to last for years too.
  • The worlds best mini-pump was, and still remains, the original one made by Ciclolinea in Italy. Originally called the Puff-Up Pump, it was the first post-war multi stage pump. The design has moved on a little, but I still use one of the original ones. A pump doesn't get much smaller than one of these. A proper mini pump.
  • ilm_zero7
    ilm_zero7 Posts: 2,213
    i have two - a carbon packet rocket - looks good, light and does 100 psi - but the favourite is the Second Wind from wiggle - a pump and gas pump in one - brilliant

    http://www.wiggle.co.uk/innovations-sec ... road-pump/
    http://veloviewer.com/SigImage.php?a=3370a&r=3&c=5&u=M&g=p&f=abcdefghij&z=a.png
    Wiliers: Cento Uno/Superleggera R and Zero 7. Bianchi Infinito CV and Oltre XR2
  • upperoilcan
    upperoilcan Posts: 1,180
    Thanks so far for the replies,

    Will be looking into all of them but so far i'm heading towards Sungods suggestion...looks like a cracking piece of kit and i also like the fact it has the hose that screws directly onto the valve rather than the pumps which clamp on to the valve via the pumphead ....
    Cervelo S5 Ultegra Di2.
  • hugo15
    hugo15 Posts: 1,101
    Smokin Joe wrote:
    Topeak Pocket Rocket.

    Small, light and 100psi no bother. Mine was £12.99 from CRC.

    Topeak tend to last for years too.

    +1. A very good pump.
  • gsk82
    gsk82 Posts: 3,461
    i have a giant control mini pump that's superb. the hand turns 90 degrees making it far easier to grip and therefore easier to pump to decent pressures. less than a tenner as well. far better than the 15quid top peak one i lost before it

    http://www.allterraincycles.co.uk/product/114253.html
    "Unfortunately these days a lot of people don’t understand the real quality of a bike" Ernesto Colnago
  • Brian B
    Brian B Posts: 2,071
    hugo15 wrote:
    Smokin Joe wrote:
    Topeak Pocket Rocket.

    Small, light and 100psi no bother. Mine was £12.99 from CRC.

    Topeak tend to last for years too.

    +1. A very good pump.

    +2 had mine for years(carbon version)
    Brian B.