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Innovations Ultraflate Plus CO2
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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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Top Customer Reviews
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.Read more ›
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!
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).
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Great little bicycle pump. Does the job but due to its size you will have to pump a lot.Published 5 months ago by Richard Natoli-Rombach
Good tire inflater. Says you can use 12 gram co2 cartridges with this and seems to be accurate. I had an older model that was for 12g or the 16g threaded cartridge. Read morePublished 6 months ago by andrew morris
Poor design led to failure of this product after only four uses. I was very disappointed...not recommended.Innovations Ultraflate Plus CO2Published 6 months ago by C. J. Westerdale
It does what I want it to do, and I am still using it till this day.Published 7 months ago by Paul Navarro
When I finally needed it, the CO2 in the cartridge had already leaked. My suggestion would be NOT to put the cartridge in until it is to be used. And carry 2 cartridges. Read morePublished 12 months ago by OP
I really like this inflator but I had to put some tissue in the base of the cup to shorten up the distance to puncture the cartridges. I'd buy it again.Published 14 months ago by Joshua