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Crank Brothers Klic HV Mini Pump With Gauge

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With a flexible rubber hose hidden inside the body, a folding handle, and a pressure gauge, the Klic HV is an improvement over most mini pumps on the market today.

Our favourite feature is the flexible hose, no more struggling with a fixed head mini pump when you're on the side of the trail! The high volume design is perfect for MTB tyres, and at only 22.2cm long, it will easily stow away in your hydration pack but it comes with a bottle cage bracket as well. When not in use the hose is stored inside the pump, and the magnetic head locks onto the valve with a twisting collar for a secure seal every time. If you have ever struggled with a mini pump before, you'll love the HV Klic.  
Who's this item for: If you have a bike with tyres that are 1.8" wide and larger, then this pump is for you.   
Gauge Yes / No: This pump has a gauge on the hose.   
Rated pressure: Rated up to a max of 110psi   
Pump head type: The head is magnetic and locks onto the valve with a twisting collar. 
What valves does it work on: It is compatible with both Schrader and threaded Presta valves.      
C02 compatible: This one isn't but check out the Crank Brothers Klic HV Mini Pump With Gauge And C02 Inflator if you're after that functionality (see link below).
Pros: High volume pump is great for mountain bikers. It has a gauge which is great if your thumb isn't calibrated very well.    
Cons: This is a HV pump and is best suited to MTB tyres 1.8" wide and larger. It won't be the greatest for inflating skinny high-pressure tyres.   If you'd like a mini pump that also has CO2 functionality. Click Here.

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