What Mini Pumps are There with Flex Hose Connectors?

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Valbrona
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by Valbrona

I know there are the Lezyne ones, but even the shortest is a bit too long for my liking. But are there any other mini pumps that connect using a flexible hose as opposed to traditional push-on Presta fitting ... that are very short? Thanks.


project3
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by project3

air canister? you prefer low air volume mini pump over the function?

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jekyll man
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by jekyll man

http://www.birzman.com/products.php?src=prod&prod_sn=168


I've got one; not used it yet (is that a good thing??) . Doesn't seem to mate very well with various valve extenders i had lying around though....
Official cafe stop tester

OliverRB
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by OliverRB

Bontrager Air Support HP Pro S might work for you

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BRM
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by BRM

Topeak RaceRocket HPC
http://www.topeak.com/products/Pumps/racerocket_hpc_cb

18,3 Original lenght
72 gr Original weight

17,6 cm lenght (without dustcap/rubber endcap)
70 gr real weight (without rubber ends)

useful pump with integrated schrader and presta adapter combo

zwingz
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by zwingz

I have the RaceRocket HP, non carbon and find it small enough to fit in a jersey no problem. The flexible hose is definitely a great feature. Obviously it is weight weenies, so the carbon one saves 13g.

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