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Innovations Second Wind Road Carbon Mini

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  • Uses Genuine Innovations' Twist-to-Inflate CO2 Flow Control Technology
  • Works only with Presta Valves
  • Manual hand pump, 130 p.s.i. maximum
  • Designed for performance minded riders who prefer the ease of CO2 powered inflation and back up manual pumping
  • Carbon fiber pump body with high strength glass-reinforced nylon, and brass valve internals
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Product Description

A great combo CO2/hand pump in Carbon! This inflator is made for Presta valves only. It can be used as an instant/controllable CO2 inflator or high pressure hand pump capable of reaching a pressure of 130 PSI. At 7’’ this inflator is short and sweet and guaranteed to get you back on the road in seconds! Works with Genuine Innovations 12 or 16 gram threaded CO2 cartridges only. Comes with one Genuine Innovations 16g threaded CO2 and bottle cage pump mount. Size / Weight: 22.8mm x 20.8mm x 183.1mm; 900” x .820” x 7.212”; 2.211 oz; 62.7 grams.

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  • Product Dimensions: 11 x 8.5 x 1.8 inches ; 6.6 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 7.2 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: B00278XRLW
  • Item model number: 2529
  • Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (21 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #220,387 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By A on March 22, 2011
I have the mini and a second longer SecondWind Carbon pumps. They are light. The mini fits in a pocket easy (but seemed to rub holes in my jersey from my pedaling movement I guess). I have it velcroed to my bike stem and it is perfect. The pump can get you well over 100 psi (probably 120 as advertised) but it will take a number of compressions (not great if you are in a race, really great if you flat when you have been in a headwind for miles and need an excuse to stop). The CO2 screws in and you can skip the pumping. Only problem here is regulating such. I have popped a few tubes this way. Also, once you insert the CO2, it will be worthless when you unscrew it whether you needed all of it or not to inflate your tire. I ride with one CO2 for just in case but rather just pump up my new tube (a slow process) as luckily I don't flat often.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By D and J K on October 5, 2014
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I wasn't quite sure why 4 of the guys I ride with have it and love it. I was worried I wouldn't be able to regulate the CO2 flow, and the description (and directions) did not help me out.

When I tried it, I figured out that when you screw the cartridge in all the way, there's no flow. When you twist it counterclockwise (unscrew it a little), the flow starts, twist it back and it stops. It is very easy to regulate CO2 flow by using the cartridge as a twist valve. I don't know why the manufacturer doesn't put that in the directions.

The hand pump function works well. It is ergonomically designed so that it is very easy to hold against the valve and either pump, or operate the CO2.

It's an elegant, highly functional piece of equipment.
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i have this on my road and the mtb version in my hydration pack for mountain biking. they both work the same tho.
essentially, you screw the cartridge on the threaded head all the way to pierce the seal. then you press the pump head onto the tire valve and unscrew the co2 cartridge just enough until you hear the tire inflating. so twist all the way to prime the cartridge, then untwist a little to start the airflow. best to try this at home first so you don't waste your cartridge on the roadside.

the pump part of this is pretty straightforward, it works just like any other minipump out there. hold the pump head onto the valve and start pumping away. it's great for shooting a handful of pump strokes into the new tube to fill it out. this makes it much much easier to install onto the rim and helps prevent pinching. you don't need a lot of air, just enough to make the tube round. once the tube's in you can deflate a smidge if you have difficulty reseating the tire bead.

once the tube's in and tire's seated then you can have at it with the co2. gets my 25c tires to about 90-95psi and my 28c tires to 80psi.

of course the pump will work without the co2 to fully inflate the tire, but it's a chore. dude, it sucks. but any pump this small can only move a certain volume of air per stroke. it's math. that's the tradeoff for its compact size. having said that, you can pump up a tire just fine with some patience if you have to.

overall, i love this thing. if you bemoan the difficulty in pumping so many times to inflate a tire, you're not looking for a mini pump anyway. you need a full frame pump. different category.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By rboyce4539 on June 9, 2014
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I love this pump. it is easy to use and very light. the CO2 works great and it has a manual pump also which is very helpful.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Deb on August 11, 2013
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I love the size, the weight (or lack of), how it attaches to the bike without being obtrusive and how easy it is to use
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I was given one of these as a gift, Id' really wanted the larger one, but at least the short one is very light! I only carry one CO2 cartridge, and I'll say, with 700x32c tires and somepumping, I can fill to about 80psi one tire. I start by getting the tube in place and the tire over it with no beads set on either side. Then I hand pump till the tube is a little inflated. Then I seat the bead on both sides and thread on the CO2 cartridge until it's fully engaged. Once it's on the stem, I unthread the cartridge until it fills tire fully. At this point the tire is inflated to 0ver 80psi. If you were using a smaller tire life a 23c or a 25c, you might could fill it up without ever using the hand pump. Very nice. So I guess I don't need the longer one...
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I have been riding for 2 years and done 3 centuries. I ride about 90-100 miles weekly. I had 3 flats in 2 weeks on my road bike and all of a sudden I learned quickly how to change my own flat since I am not always riding with my husband. I have used 2 different pumps and also a cartridge. I know exactly what I want to carry with me for the next flat if I have to change it myself and this pump offers what I want the most if I have a flat. It's very sleek and the dual option is great. This pump is mounted with my bottle and it looks really nice on my bike. I am not looking forward to having another flat, but if it happens, I feel much better having this pump with me. This is a must if you are a woman riding.
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I've used it with a CO2 cartridges (it takes only the threaded ones; you'll want the 16g ones) and the pump alone. Both work, though you'll wear yourself out trying to get over 80 lbs of pressure into a tire with the pump alone. Still, it's good to have backup if you run out of CO2. It comes with a mounting bracket that slips behind the seat tube bottle cage, and you'll need the bracket because this pump is just slightly too long to fit in a small saddle bag.
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