The Crank Bros Klic Hand Pump is a compact, easy-to-use portable hand pump designed for quick road or trailside inflation. Inside the sleek lightweight body, the Klic houses a flexible rubber hose for storage when not in use. When it's time to inflate, the versatile hose clicks into place via its magnetic head, making it easier than ever to pump up Schrader or Presta valve tubes.
To make flat fixes that much easier, the Klic also includes a concealed CO2 inflator, in-line pressure gauge, and a folding locking handle. Whether it's the third flat of the day and the prospect of pumping a tire up to 120 PSI has you breathless, or it's the middle of a race and a stray shard of glass flatted you out, the Klic will get you back in action.
The Crank Bros Klic Hand Pump with CO2 is available in two versions: High Pressure, or High Volume (recommended for tires 45c or wider).
- Versatile hand pump features integrated CO2 inflator.
- Hidden hose quickly clicks into place when a flat strikes, and stores away when not in use.
- Two versions: High Pressure (optimized for tires 45c or narrower), or High Volume.
- Includes bottle cage mount.
- Claimed weight: 142 grams.
- Maximum pressure: 120 PSI.
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by Dharma Dog
1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.
This minipump actually works.
I have not liked minipumps, in fact, I still carry a fullsize frame pump on one of my bikes. But with two bottles, the frame pump needs to be under the top tube, where it gets easily knocked off. But the Crank Bros Klic actually works, and it works very conveniently. You thread the hose onto the Presta valve, then you attach the hose to the pump via a magnetic coupling, which is strong enough to not lose air. There is a pressure gauge on the side of the pump, and about 300 strokes will get the tire up over 70 psi, good enough for a 28mm tire. Or, you can unthread the cap and use it (with your own threaded CO2 cartridge) as a CO2 inflator. Just be sure to really tighten that cap back on, as I had a cap unthread on a previous Klic pump (this was a previous version where the cap was not a CO2 inflator). The pump comes with a holder that attaches under a bottle cage, out of the way of the cranks.
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