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Red for your kit.

SRAM collaborated with Geniune Innovations, the indisputable leader in CO2 tire inflators, to create its Mini Twist Inflator. It's similar to Innovations' Microflate Nano, yet a couple of small but crucial details differentiate the two.

SRAM's Mini Twist Inflator includes a protective rubber sleeve that covers the CO2 cartridge and provides effective insulation against the metallic chill of the cartridge as you unload its volume into your tire. Say goodbye to frozen fingers! Another subtle difference is a bulged design around the sides of the inflator head on the presta chuck end. These bulges allow a bit more purchase with gloved fingers to ensure that you'll get the Mini Twist firmly planted on your valve stem before you release the precious CO2. As you might also expect from SRAM, who now own Zipp, the inflator head is still small enough to work within the limited space of a disc wheel valve opening.

It's so small that it's sure to fit in the tiniest of seatbags with two cartridges alongside it. Keep in mind, SRAM Mini Twist CO2 Inflator is only for use with threaded C02 cartridges. It's available in Red or White and comes with one 16 gram cartridge, the rubber sleeve, and instructions for use.

Please Note: Per UPS regulations, ORM-D items such as this must ship via surface transport: UPS Ground or UPS Standard (Canada). We are unable to ship ORM-D items Internationally, or to Alaska, Hawaii or Puerto Rico.

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Light inflator

I bought this to put in my Wife's saddle bag on her roadie. I have a Leyzne which is heavier and limited to using only 16G cartridges. The SRAM is light and plastic, not sure how durable it's going to be.