|Anyone use the Torelli Aria mini pump?||moschika|
Aug 30, 2003 10:08 PM
|it looks nice and small.
what about the serfas road stick? or one of those combo CO2-mini pumps by serfas or innovations(sp?)?
|It's practically useless....||DINOSAUR|
Aug 31, 2003 1:29 PM
|I use one as a back up system for CO2. I use it for getting air into my tubes and for checking for punctures if I'm in a good spot for repairing a flat. I would not count on it as my primary inflation system, it's probably good for 60lbs of air at the least. I've have good luck using co2 and since I started to use it (almost 2 years now) I seldom (knock on wood) have flats. I guess it comes down to how often you have flats. A good full length frame pump such as a Blackburn or a Silca will never let you down. Also the double action mini pumps work just as well.|
|It's practically useless....||moschika|
Aug 31, 2003 4:12 PM
|i am looking at it as a back-up to CO2. so in your experience it's fine?|
|works for me||Tommasini1|
Sep 1, 2003 5:53 AM
|The Aria works for me for several reasons
1) small enough to fit into a jersey pocket
2) does an ok job of pumping up a road tire....mountain well maybe not.
3) Roads are good here - only flat about once a year.....so whats an extra minute or two for the conveniance and security knwing that my primry and backup are all the same.