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OneUp Components EDC Every Day Carry Pump

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What's not to like about OneUp Components. The pump is very well made and extremely robust. I also purchased the OneUp EDC Tool kit which integrates with the pump, this enables you to carry everything you need to get you out of trouble on your bike, so you can ditch the bags and travel light.
Highly recommended.

Excellent design and function. My favourite mini-pump


As a normal mini-pump--not considering the EDC compatibility--this is still my favourite. It's really high volume and inflates faster than anything else this size. The press-on head is quick/simple to use and doesn't leak. Most parts are available as spares, which is the case with all products from OneUp. I like the idea that I'm not forced to buy a new pump if a small part like a seal goes, so the lifespan should be extended greatly. OneUp will often send free parts if something wears/fails so stand behind their products. There's room for an EDC tool inside the pump which is awesome. I carry my EDC tool in the steerer tube and use the space inside the pump for a CO2 cartridge. The green press-on pump head screws out of the pump and doubles as a CO2 inflator. I run this pump on several bikes and would recommend it. The only downside is that the black anodising can wear fairly easily if you aren't careful with it and don't wipe the mud/dust from the mount each time you put it back in.

OneUp Components EDC Pump

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Great pump, nice durable design with the ability to carry the EDC tool makes it a fantastic choice for any ride leaving you prepared for those moments that might happen.

Expensive but awesome

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To be honest I haven't had to use the pump yet but the fact that the carry tool fits inside it and it all fits on my bike is awesome. The little CO2 attachment is basic but looks like it will do the job. Really solid bit of kit and everything holds together nice and tight.

Great piece of kit

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It is a great piece of kit.

There is one thing I would mention though: in combination with FidLock Twist Bottle, I had an issue that the bottle was bit awkward to release as the pump was in the way of the twisting. Heating the pump mount in boiling water and bending to the side with pliers did the job, but it was a bit of a bother.

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