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InnovationsMicroflate Nano CO2 Inflator

$15.00

Item # INN0007

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Item # INN0007
Description

The Innovations Microflate Nano is the smallest CO2 tire inflator we carry. In fact, it is the only inflator that will work within the limited space of a disc wheel valve opening. It's so small that it's sure to fit in the tiniest of seatbags with two cartridges alongside. Keep in mind, the Microflate is only for use with threaded C02 cartridges, though it can be used with any size -- 12, 16, or 25 grams, even Big Air. It comes with one 20 gram cartridge.

Please Note: Per UPS regulations, ORM-D items such as this must ship via surface transport: UPS Ground or UPS Standard (Canada). We are unable to ship ORM-D items Internationally, or to Alaska, Hawaii or Puerto Rico.

  • Compatible with disc and aero wheels
  • Twist-to-inflate technology
  • Works with Presta and Schrader valves
  • Includes one 20-gram cartridge

Tech Specs
Materialplastic
Valve Typepresta, schrader
Recommended Usecycling, mountain biking
Manufacturer Warrantylifetime
Weight

Claimed Weight

Claimed weights are provided by the vendor.

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23g

Actual weights are measured in-house by the Competitive Cyclist team.

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What do you think about this product?

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>Rating: 5

Lasts forever

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

I have a sram branded version of this that I have been using for the past 8 years and it never let me down. its small, has no moving parts to break, and can survive the elements it is exposed to sitting in a saddle bag for years and years. I recently broke mine due to dumb user error. after getting a flat on a ride, i used a larger co2 cartirage than i needed and i cut off the co2 after reaching the desired pressure (measured by thumb) and put it in my saddle bag. I shoudl have released the rest of the c02 at this point but I didnt. later on i was adding a new tube to my saddle bag and found it and rapidly unscrewed the still semi-full c02 cartirage which blasted a rubber bushing out from the inside of the head. notably, i tried using this again yesterday and some c02 leaked out of the sides, but I was still able to get my tire full. so even with it "broken," you can still get it to work. happy to buy another one and hopefully I am less dumb this time and can get 15 years out of it :)

>Rating: 5

Easy Breezy

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

I really like Innovations C02 inflator because its simple and easy to use. I have 2 and they have been really durable- going on 5 plus years, with one in each of my road and mtn bike repair kits. They are small and have no moving parts so they are less likely to break and don't take up much room.

>Rating: 5

Uncomplicated Simplicity

Familiarity:
I've used it several times

Nobody wants to stop mid ride for a flat. Changing a punctured tube on a ride just isn't fun. This little guy will make your like so much easier. It's less fun if your inflator's valve is stuck open. This inflator is simple to use. With no moving parts there is no chance of a valve being stuck open. Trust me, I've discovered this with the spring loaded type inflators. Once punctured and your precious CO2 is blasting away, all you can do is drop it to the ground and hope you have more CO2. Go easy when you untwist to release the CO2 and you have more than enough control of the flow. I know you're rushed but you don't want to slip a bead on that tire after your hard work.

>Rating: 4

Simple does it.

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

For a culture collectively obsessed with grams, we seem strangely willing to put up with heavy, complicated mechanisms for CO2 inflation. Ditch the spring-loaded, trigger-operated nonsense and go minimal.

>Rating: 4

Super Quick n' Speedy

What's not to love? It's super small and packs away so you barely notice that it's there, but if you run into a flat you've got a quick fix ready to go! Easy to snag a few replacements and you're set to hit the trails.

>Rating: 5

So fast!!!!

Familiarity:
I've used it several times

If you need a fast recovery from a flat, this small CO2 container is just the ticket. The head unit is super easy to use and it will get you to your destination in a flash!

>Rating: 5

Stop searching, this is the ONE!

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

It's ultra-light, ultra-functional, and everyone that sees me use it ultimately ends up buying one. This will be the best $15 you've spent, I promise. A must need bike accessory that works better than anything out there.

>Rating: 5

Gets the job done.

Familiarity:
I've used it several times

It's a simple, no nonsense CO2 inflator. Gets the job done!

>Rating:

Innovations Microflate Nano CO2 Inflator

WHATS THE LAST STEP?!

>Rating: 5

Sometimes simplicity is best

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

This inflator is is lightweight and compact. It works very well and for the money I don't think you can find anything better. When pulling a trail fix the last thing you want is complications. You won't find anything on this inflator that is complicated. Simply twist it on to the cartridge, attach it to the valve stem, and release the CO2. If the cartridge you are using holds more CO2 than is needed for your tire just throw it back in your pack and save it until you need to top off. Basically buy it and forget it is there until you need it.

>Rating: 5

Perfect CO2 inflator!

Familiarity:
I've used it several times

It's low cost, small, works great, is adjustable-what more do you need in an inflator? What I really like is the adjustability built in so simply in this unit. Ii like to put in a small puff of air and make sure the tube is completely inside the tire to prevent pinch flats and this inflator allows that. Only drawback is that it only uses threaded cartridges. They cost more, which is not the big issue-it's when you need another cartridge and your fellow riders only have non-threaded. Just be sure you carry two cartridges with you at all times.

>Rating: 5

Simple, tiny, and just plain works

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

This inflator is teenie, and about as simple as they get. As a result, it's always with me, and always works. What more could you ask for?

>Rating: 5

Smallest CO2 chuck

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

This is no-frills, even though they made it more colorful a couple years ago. The smallest, lightest chuck, it leaves room in your minimal pack for other critical items. (Like an extra cartridge.) This little part is all-business and highly reliable. Operation couldn't be easier: crank it down onto a threaded cartridge, then turn the cartridge to the left to release flow of CO2 into the tube. Tighten to the right to stop.

>Rating: 5

Always In My Pocket or Tool Kit

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

Been using these since their introduction and they've sure saved time, arms, friends and embarrassment from using all those colorful four letter words when using a pump in the middle of a ride. I always carry two Co2 cartridges along with the Nano.