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SilcaTattico Mini Pump


Item # SLC000P

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Item # SLC000P

Tattico Mini Pump

The canyon roads are finally open after a long winter restricted to the valley, and you're on the tail end of a joyful afternoons of sweeping climbs and scenic vistas when you hear the disheartening hiss of a tire losing pressure. Not to be foiled by malfunctioning CO2 cartridges or sub-par pumps, you're riding prepared with Silca's Tattico Mini Pump tucked neatly next to your water bottle. After sorting out the tire and tube situation, you unclip the Tattico from its mount, extend its stealthily hidden flexible hose, and securely attach the compression gasket for the perfect angle to air up and get back to exploring the roads.

  • Silca goes tiny with this handy mini pump
  • Extendable hose stores within the pump body
  • Compatible with Schrader and Presta valves
  • Pumps up to 100 PSI
  • Includes retaining strap and direct-mount bracket

Tech Specs
Material6061 alloy
Dimensions[length] 9.5 in
Valve TypePresta and Schrader
Max Pressure100 PSI
Recommended Usemaintenance

What do you think about this product?


>Rating: 5

Best mini pump I've owned

I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

I've been a roadie for over 20 years and carried a variety of frame pumps, mini pumps, and CO2 inflators either mounted to my bike or in my jersey pocket. The Tattico is my favorite. The only downside is I just now purchased it, so spent many years using lesser products. Two days after my Tattico arrived I experienced a flat less than three miles into my training ride on a hot and sweaty July morning. Instead of ruining my day, it became only a minor inconvenience thanks to the Tattico. The diameter of the pump is small enough to easily store in my jersey pocket, but large enough you can get a good grip on it. The self storing hose makes it easy to connect to the valve stem without putting any awkward stress on my wheel as I pumped up the tire. The silicone sleeve works well to lock the pump into the closed position when not in use.

>Rating: 4

The Cadillac of Mini Pumps

I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

I'm the kind of person that can't seem to completely give up a pump in favor of CO2, I need that fail safe a pump offers. Frame pumps aren't great options for my curvy carbon frame so I've been searching for the perfect mini pump. It has to be functional, durable, and stay out of the way when mounted to the water bottle cage mount. My previous pump, a Lenzyne road drive seemed to check all the boxes, but had a fatal flaw. The chuck screws onto the presta valve stem and I had a very frustrating attempted tire change with a removable valve core tube. Every time I tried to unscrew the pump it would take the valve core with it. After ten minutes of the same result on each inflation attempt I had to flag another cyclist down and bum a CO2 cartridge off of them to get the tire inflated. The Tattico eliminates this problem, the chuck has a thumb lock so no risk of taking the valve core with it when releasing the chuck from the valve stem. The pump is solidly built. It works very smoothly and is not too difficult to get up to about 100 psi, but does take a lot of strokes as expected for a mini pump. It's a bit hefty but so what, you could use this thing to fend off vicious animals or guys that follow your wheel too closely. I've only had to use it once on the road so far, but it worked well. The only downside was mounting the pump holder to the water bottle cage mounts. The bolts that came with the pump had heads that were too big in diameter to seat well with my Velocity cage mounting hardware and my cage bolts were too short to accommodate both water bottle cage and pump mounting bracket. I had some bolts laying around my shop that worked fine so no problem. You might not have that problem depending on your type of water bottle cage. Overall, I highly recommend it. Silca pumps have been around forever and the company definitely knows its craft. I took off one star for the mounting bolt issue.

Thanks for the detail! I had the same problem with my Lyzene. Took four attempts pumping up my tire before the valve core stayed in on the last try. Been looking for an alternative that works, so thank you!

Curious how you prevent the air leak after you pump up to your desired pressure. After I release the thumb lock, the chuck still "sticks" on the Presta valve, allowing the release of all of the air I just added.

>Rating: 2

Do not buy this pump

I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

I used it one time and it broke from the valve that attached to the tube.

Are you saying the valve was defective and broke?

Operator error?

>Rating: 5

Best Mini Pump

I've used it several times

This is my new favorite mini pump. It's not super tiny but also not too large and for the size (9.5") it pushes a lot of air. The integrated hose stores cleanly and the rubber plugs keep out grit that I've had kill other pumps mounted by the bottle cage while riding gravel. Construction quality is excellent and I trust this will last a long time - when it does need replacement bits Silca has your back.

>Rating: 5

Best looking pump on the market!

I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

I purchased this pump to put on my new bike and I must say that it is my favorite bike accessory. The pump looks great with its fully aluminum frame and feels really solid. I love that I was able to screw the mound directly onto the bike without it getting in the way.

>Rating: 5

Silca's best tire pump....

I've used it several times

Received this pump a few weeks ago. Design, build and material quality are all first rate--the pump is constructed almost entirely out of aluminum. It's more solid and heavier than the already solid and well-built mini-pumps from Lezyne. There are no issues pumping up a tire to 100 psi--even above 90 PSI the pump is fairly easy to pump. Silca designed in double-wall handles that isolate your hands from whatever heat all mini-pumps generate--this works well. The hose system is elegant and functional--the hose pulls out without the need to screw it into anything, and the chuck is simple, convenient, quick to use and functional. It locks on without screwing it over the schraeder or presta valve, so doesn't lose air when it is released. The much-heralded Silca Impero frame pumps seem to me anachronistic--almost a form of historic reenactment. I also had a Super Pista Ultimate for awhile, which I found kludgy to use and ended up selling. But the Tattico isn't some over-hyped object to adore. The design effort that went into this pump translates not only into a well-built device that will probably last for years, but that also resulted in a pump that is more effective to use than comparable mini pumps. I like it more than any other Silca product.


How much does this weigh?

Per Silca (I emailed the same question), 175.2 grams, including the mount. I have not weighed mine, but I'm gonna trust this number until I measure otherwise.