Genuine Innovations Threadless Air Chuck Pump With 16 Gram CO2

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I always have air in my pack.

Douglas in OR

Comments On Apr 08, 2013:I've used this for year. Works great, I have used it lots of time. I was wondering if it seals well. I have used part of a Co2 6 gram and left it in my pack only to use it over a week later an the pressure was still there. So small, so light, so easy to use. One 6 gram fills one rear tire.

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I won't leave without it

KEVIN in CO

Comments On Jan 31, 2013:Saved my butt in Moab

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Does what it is designed to do

JAMES in AR

Comments On Apr 14, 2008:This little thing works GREAT! It is very small which makes it a plus for carrying in a trail pack. The cartridges screw on securly and ALL the air comes out of the cartridge (unlike some others I've used). One does need to wear gloves while discharging the CO2 though, they do get cold!

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in a pinch.

gerald in ME

Comments On Feb 21, 2008:this product is great for an on the go fix. very small,light weight,and easy to pack. small down is 1 shot per cartridge,they only hold 4to5 psi per tire. and gets real cold when used. wear your riding gloves when u use.

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