Typical mini-pump gauges have issues of accuracy and size. The gauge can't be so big that it feels bulky in a jersey pocket nor can it be too small to read. Much like a high-end watch, the internal mechanism of an accurate pump gauge consists of a variety of small, precision parts with precise movements. Also similar to a watch, the internal components of a floor pump gauge are already very small in size. As we looked at creating a gauge small enough to mount on a mini-pump, we found that as the overall size of the gauge decreased, the internal mechanism needed to be simplified and therefore accuracy decreased rapidly. This leaves traditional mini-pump gauges generally being barely more accurate than squeezing the tire with your fingers. Tattico Bluetooth embeds a Bluetooth-enabled pressure transducer inside of our award-winning Tattico mini-pump, allowing you to live read large-scale, pressures accurate to 1% on your Apple or Android device any time, any place. - Seamless connection to iGauge mobile app for clear, accurate pressure reading - 6061 Alloy barrel and gripping surfaces - High-efficiency piston design - Long extractable filler hose with locking Presta/Schrader chuck - Maximum pressure 120psi - 9-1/2" length - Includes direct-mount backed with retaining strap - Easily replaceable CR2032 battery
$20.00 - $20.99
Lezyne's lightweight, powerful Sport Drive HP mini-pump quickly inflates your tires so you can get back on your bike. Its aluminum barrel and overlapping handle help you get pumped up to 120 psi in a flash. And, making your inflation experience even easier is a Presta/Schrader-compatible hose that stows inside the handle when not in use.
Lezyne's lightweight, powerful Sport Drive HV mini-pump quickly inflates your mountain bike tires so you can get back ro pedaling. Its oversize aluminum barrel and no-slip Composite Matrix handle help you get pumped up to 90 psi in a flash. And making your inflation experience even easier is a Presta/Schrader-compatible hose that stows inside the handle when not in use.
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