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Whether you're a CO2 fan or feel more comfortable refilling a flat the old-fashioned way, having a pump that works when you need it to is crucial. One that looks nice mounted on your bike is a nice bonus too, and Portland Design Works' Magic Flute Pump fills both of those requirements. You can thank the aluminum alloy construction for keeping weight down to just 110g, and the polished finish for making sure the pump will be far from an eyesore when you attach it to your frame with the included composite mounting bracket. If you decide to use a cartridge, the Magic Flute's threading system makes inflation easy, and the aluminum valve helps you avoid losing any valuable CO2. Use the pump with Schrader or Presta valves and ride with it to the middle of nowhere worry-free.

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  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

Purchased this pump for my commutes to work - I had one too many a goathead lodge itself in my tires to count and got tired of walking the rest of the way home / wrangling C02 cartridges. I ended up going with this pump specifically for a few reasons.
1. All of the parts are replaceable. So if anything were to break down the road, you can replace all of the parts.
2. The pump is both compatible with presta and schrader valves. This is mega convenient considering the fact that I've got Schrader valves and my husband has Presta, so we both can utilize this pump if need be.
Thus far, it's performed pretty well. It fits well in my Timbuk2 commuter bag or backpack and is super, super lightweight. Very happy with this purchase!
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