Klic Hand Pump with Gauge & CO2
Gone are the days of angrily fidgeting with hand pumps on the side of the trail or busy sidewalk, with Crank Brothers' Klic Hand Pump with Gauge & CO2 things get speedy, easy, and efficient. This handy hand-pump packs in tons of tech for both mountain bikers and roadies alike, with a hidden hose that's easy to thread onto your Presta or Schrader valve thanks to its magnetic head and rotating collar, an easy to read gauge, and even a concealed CO2 inflator (for Presta only), to save you from those frustrating moments of pumping. The pump is available both in a high-volume, and a high-pressure size. Reach for high-volume on the trail to inflate your lofty MTB hoops, or the high-pressure on the tarmac when reaching ungodly PSI levels is a must. The Klic hand pump comes with a bottle cage bracket mount, saving crucial pocket space for snacks and goodies, and keeping tools cleanly stored out of the way.
- Crank Bros' Klic pump takes the headache out of flat fixes
- Premium pump with flexible hose that stores easily inside body
- Magnetic head with twisting collar makes it easy to secure to valve
- Get your ride dialed just right with pressure gauge on hose
- Valve is Presta and Schrader compatible, CO2 chuck is only Presta
- Included bottle-cage bracket mount makes storage a breeze
- HP model recommended for tires 45c and narrower
- Reach for HV version for 1.8" and larger tires
- Item #CRN004E
- [body] 100% aluminum, [internals] nylon
- Valve Type
- presta, schrader
- Max Pressure
- 110psi / 7.6bar
- Claimed Weight
- 5oz (142g)
- Manufacturer Warranty
- 5 year warranty
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May 17, 2020
- I've put it through the wringer
The magnet does not always stick into the pump when you are vigorously pumping away at a new tube, nor does the straight hose allow for a convenient position. The short hose with the straight valve (should be a 90 degree bend at the end in my opinion) make it so that the hose will pop out of the magnet fitting when you're really going for it, which is all the time with such a small pump on mtb tires. The little cover for that magnet receptacle also lost its spring in the first month of riding with this, so poor quality is another downside to the pump.
Originally reviewed on Backcountry.com
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