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Blackburn Airstik SL Pump
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- Perfect in the garage car on the boat around the house to secure and organize anything and everything
- Thousands of uses indoors or outside
- Three inch size great for headset cord snack bags and more
- Rebuildable internals
- Includes cage mount
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New colors and graphics with pump metrics printed on the barrel. Dual-chamber design provides 37-Percent more stroke volume than smaller-size pumps. Lightweight aluminum barrel and shaft. Presta-specific head.
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It doesnt pump fast - but not to an extent its unusable.
I mounted it on my frame and did 1 or 2 rides.
I went to use it to top off my tires - the first pump was the sound of sand grinding down the inner part of the pump
So never put this on the outside of your bike as its not designed to get wet or any sort of dirty - there are no seals or protection.
If you want to carry it in a fully protected place all the time its very small. I wouldnt use if you dont have tubeless and are thus more prone to flats where you actually have to use it. I bought a different one i dont have to worry about getting dirty - I can mount externally on my frame, has higher volume, only about 20g heavier, has a hose attachment, and is sealed from water and debris. Its as a backup to CO2
- Just a note on the cons is that when i got this, it feels heavier then it looks, as far as actual weight on the scale it is among the lightest pumps out there, but maybe my expectations are too high ( i like when things feel just as heavy as they look, or feel like they are lighter then look )
- Id like to see this with a reversible valve gasket so you can pump both Schrader and Presta, but if you want this pump and use Schrader you might want to check out Schrader to Presta Valve Adapter which i will be picking up soon.
My one ip is to occasionally make sure the head is firmly screwed on, because it has come a little loose occasionally and could fall off.
Lightweight - I wanted a very lightweight pump for my light weight carbon fiber road bike. This fits the bill. It is about as light as a CO2 setup with only 1 cartridge. With this pump I can get all the flats I want and still keep going!
It works - The push-on type connection works OK and achieves a decent seal. It is slow pumping but it does the job.
Attaches neatly under water bottle - The pump is tucked out of the way neatly near the frame next to my water bottle. The mount is also very lightweight.
It is green - I might be the only one who cares about this, but my Kestrel Legend is green and white and this pump matches beautifully.
The build quality seems to be very good - Time will tell how it holds up, although I hope I don't have to use it!!!
The price was right - Compared with several other pumps in its class, this little Blackburn was a great buy.
The push-on connection is more difficult to use than those pumps equipped with a clamp-type locking lever. You have to keep some down pressure on the valve while pumping to avoid leaking air. This is not as hard as it sounds, yet it is an inconvenience.
Again, it is slow pumping but after a few minutes or so of steady pumping you'll be back on the road. I don't think I would want to use this pump on my mountain bike, however, as it would probably take a long time to get up to pressure, although I imagine it could be done. This is essentially a road bike pump.
My biggest con is the maximum pressure that is reasonably obtainable with this pump is about 80 psi more or less. I know it is rated much higher, but I doubt anyone would either take the time or be able to reach, say, 120 psi. If they were in a race they would lose for sure!!! I'm not sure why they rate these little pumps at 160 psi. Also, I would not try to use this pump to "top-off" my tire pressure. Better to use a quality big pump with gauge for this.
It is a little difficult to manipulate this small of a pump, especially with fairly large hands.
This pump causes some pain in both hands to achieve adequate pressure. Not blisters necessarily, but some soreness.
The negative aspects I've listed above are probably true of any tiny pump of this kind. For me, this little pump is only good for emergency flats on long rides - and I've had some of those! Being stranded in the middle of no-where with no pump or cell phone service would not be fun. Fortunately I've always had a pump, spare tube and patch kit with me! This pump will get you enough pressure, however, to finish out your ride or get you back, and that's priority # 1 to me.
Based on the limitations and my anticipated use for this pump it meets my needs just fine. For others with similar needs for in a pump, I would recommend this one.
Hope this helps!