Norco Dual Action mini pump Pump

Norco Dual Action mini pump Pump 

DESCRIPTION

  • Dual action compression, Kraton handle, thumb lock adapter
  • reversible Schraeder/Presta valve fitting, maximum psi 120 lbs.

  • USER REVIEWS

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    [Sep 18, 2000]
    K.
    Weekend Warrior

    Strength:

    cheap,
    small, very compact,
    able to attain high pressure (after about 100+ strokes),
    very durable metal body

    Weakness:

    very short stroke,
    no valve cap

    Excellent little pump. Paid about $15 CDN at Canadian Tire. Comes with snap in bracket; you should probably add a velcro strap in rough terrain. Dual Action; pumps both on the push and pull stroke. Takes about 150 - 200 strokes to pump up an empty inner tube. Its a bit of a workout, but I like the convenience (floor pump or air compressor just too big to carry). You should be able to attain very high pressures. I have never measured the pressure of my tires, but I like them rock hard for commuting on roadways. Mine does not have any valve covering. I'm not sure about the new version. I guess I could always stick a cork in the hole if I was worried about mud. The thing is so small you could stick it in your fanny pack.

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    OVERALL
    RATING
    5
    VALUE
    RATING
    5
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