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Innovations Ultraflate Plus CO2

4.1 out of 5 stars 74 customer reviews
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  • Uses Genuine Innovations' Trigger Control Technology
  • Push on for Presta and screw on for Schrader valves
  • Safety lock prevents accidental discharge
  • Designed for the rider who demands a higher end CO2 tire inflator; Size/ Weight: 128mm x 32mm x 52mm, 5.039 x 1.259 x 2.043,2.57 oz; 73 grams
  • High strength glass-reinforced nylon, brass valve internals
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  • Innovations Ultraflate Plus CO2
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  • Genuine Innovations G2173 Non-Threaded CO2 Cartridge, 16 Gram (Pack of 6)
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Product Description

Our best selling “Trigger Grip” inflator. Easy to use with built in safety feature and trigger inflation. Works with ALL Genuine Innovations CO2 refill cartridges (except 45 gram). Comes with one 16g non-threaded CO2 cartridge.

Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 2.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
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  • ASIN: B00278XO0Q
  • Item model number: 2425
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (74 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #74,349 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here

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By John-something VINE VOICE on March 25, 2008
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First, a bit of advice: Always carry a hand pump in addition to your CO2 pump. The CO2 pump is really ideal for when hand pumping starts to get difficult as pressure builds in the tire, but not by itself. Some will try to shave grams of weight off their rides by not carrying a multitool and a hand pump amongst other necessities, but take it from a veteran of countless tours and avid rider of decades that it would be better to head out with a CamelBak or handlebar bag full of everything you might need from Clif Bars to band aids, a windbreaker, and a multitool than to be perhaps a whole pound lighter. Besides, there's a saying that is growing in popularity amongst cyclists: If you want to shave weight off your ride, start with the rider. Your ride, your comfort, and your endurance will all be far better if you're better equipped.

A cartridge pump isn't really a necessity, but it's a great item to have because flat tires most often happen in wet weather, or on a group ride or tour when your flat or your friend's flats can hold up a whole group of people or hinder your enjoyment of the day. I usually carry extra cartridges, tubes, and patches to help friends or even strangers who brought nothing. And whether for myself or another rider in need, I much rather get going quickly with the pull of a trigger than be pumping the tire by hand for at least ten minutes, tiring myself out for nothing.

But you will need the handpump to start out the tube, and should use it to quickly do a pumping until it starts to get hard to move the pump, THEN use the CO2 inflator for the hard part. By using the hand pump first, you can inflate the tire fully using only one cartridge instead of two or three.
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Reading the bike forums, I saw many recommended using CO2 inflaters at least once at home to work out any usage errors. Seeing there are inexpensive 12oz CO2 cartridges at a local sporting goods store, I bought a 5-pack to practice plus have some spares for my rides.

At home I see the 12oz cartridges are slightly shorter than the 16oz cartridge that came with the inflater. Will they fit snugly enough? Nope! I screwed one in quickly but the CO2 emptied into the plastic sleeve. But there's a trick! If I drop a penny into the sleeve so that it blocks the 12oz cartridge from sliding in too deep, the cartridge will now fit snugly against the pump head. It screwed in fine then. Just remember to screw it in quickly!
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I bought this to go along with my Stop & Go tire repair kit. I bought it because it works with the 12g non threaded CO2 cartiges that are redily avaliable at sporting good stores. Seems well made and easy to use. I have tested it useing a non threaded 12g and it works good.
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I've been using this tool for a few years now, and never had any problems with it. I like the fact that it can take both threaded and threadless cartridges, so I'm free to buy the cheapest cartridges I can find.
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You can buy the 12g cartridges used in Co2 pistols, from any store, and they work PERFECT in this. you can carry this in your bike bag - it fits in the palm of your hand!

You don't need threaded cartridges and you don't need to buy 16 gram special cartridges online. Walmart and all the sporting goods stores sell Co2.

Other reviews say it takes several 12 gram cartridges to fill tires. Huh??? They must be talking about huge mountain bike tires because my 700x23 road tires filled to over 120 psi in a just two quick squeezes of the trigger!! A 12 gram cartridge will only fill one tire but these come in a box of like 30 or 40, so that's not a big deal, and, I am very impressed with this product. It threads onto normal shrader valves and also works directly on the Prest valves. I tried it on both and it works perfect.

I have a huge air compressor and just to save time and effort, I use this to fill my tires. Cartridges are CHEAP and I can grab this out of my bag and charge a tire in a few seconds instead of waiting for my air compressor to get to 120 psi.

You have to be careful with this type of inflater. You can easily over fill your tubes! This isn't the product's fault, it's the user. Give it a quick one or two bursts with the trigger and check the pressure before you inflate it any more. (I never read the directions, it probably tells you this).
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Like others have stated, use your hand pump first, then use the CO2 cartridge to top off what is left. Love the locking feature so there is no accidental discharge in your carry pack. Easy to use, no problems with either types of valves.
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I am in a wheelchair and using a regular pump is difficult. Plus being able to carry this around in my backpack allows me to inflate my tires anywhere. I run high pressure tires and typically inflate them to 140 psi. This is a great inflator, the cover around the CO2 cartrige keep your hands from getting burned by the cold and the shcraeder adapter is well made.
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Had it for less than a week and needed it. Found out it will also work with the shorter co2 cartridges for pellet guns. Much cheaper. It is safe as the filling method is the same as the old Daisy co2 pistols.
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