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Silca Impero Ultimate Frame Pump

$165.00 - $185.00

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  • Black, Small (44-47cm)
    $165.00
  • Black, XXL-Large (56-59cm)
    $185.00
  • Black, Medium (47-50cm)
    $165.00
  • Black, Too Tall (59-62cm)
    $185.00
  • Black, Large (50-53cm)
    $165.00
  • Black, X-Large (53-56cm)
    $165.00

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Air on demand.

If you've ever been stuck on the side of the road with a flat tire, two blown out CO2 cartridges, and a lot of time to kill while waiting for your roommate to get home and drive out to pick you up, then you know how useful a frame pump can be. Be prepared and always have air with the Silca Impero Ultimate Frame Pump.

This pump is available in several size options to fit neatly along the top tube or down tube of your frame, depending on geometry, and is compatible with tubing ranging from one to two and a half inches in diameter. A flexible outer wing and silicone bumper thoughtfully cushion your frame's paint and keep the pump handle from flopping around when you're out on the road.

Fashioned from aluminum with a brass check valve, this pump is in it for the long haul to get you aired up fast and back on the road for many more cycling adventures.

  • A sleek and reliable mini pump to remedy trailside disasters
  • Multiple size options fit your needs, road or MTB
  • Flexible outer wing and bumper protect your frame from rub
  • Designed to mount on your top tube or down tube
  • Aluminum construction is lightweight and sturdy
  • Compatible with Presta and Schrader valves
  • Item #SLC000H

Material
aluminum, [check valve] brass
Valve Type
presta
Claimed Weight
[medium] 267 g
Recommended Use
tire inflation

Tech Specs

California Proposition 65

Warning:

This product can expose you to chemicals including Lead, which is known to the State of California to cause birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.

What do you think about this product?

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>Rating: 2

Broken tip

Familiarity:
I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

First ride the the a new pump, was excited to finally have a full sized emergency kit. That’s until the first patch of rough road, off popped the tip and down goes the pump. After meticulous following the instructions testing security when installing, this was a big disappointment. When ordering I checked the size recommendations on both competitive cyclist and silca website. Gave it two stars because when it did pump well before my ride.

Silca, was fantastic getting the pump back in working order, their customer service took time to review and document the issues I had while providing feedback on possible issues.

>Rating: 5

Never Settle Again

Familiarity:
I've used it several times

The Impero frame pump has made a comeback along with the resurgence of traditional round steel tubes on most custom frames. Do yourself a favor and round out your dream build with this highly capable bit of kit. Handles high volume & high-pressure tires with ease and will surely bump your ride up to "super nice."

The
>Rating: 5

Awesome Bicycle Pump

The build quality of this pump is fantastic. The pump fits perfectly on my bicycle frame, and is unsurpassed in efficiency when pumping a tire. The pump is at the top end of the price scale, but this pump will never have to be replaced. If you ride a lot inevitably are going to get a flat, with this pump you will never have to worry about it not performing.

>Rating: 5

Silca Impero Ultimate

Familiarity:
I've used it several times

This is a fantastic item. It's on my travel bike and packs well in an S&S case, efficiently reinflates the tires, and is very secure. It's so efficient that you could probably get away with just this for a while before you long for a floor pump. It's also so secure that it stayed on the bike without rattling even while riding single track.

>Rating:

Does the chuck on this pump thread onto the valve? Or does it use a compression mechanism to secure the chuck to the valve? I.e., will it work with non-threaded valve stems?