Recommend me a lightweight mini pump and multi tool

Discuss light weight issues concerning road bikes & parts.
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by Milese


Can someone recommend me a small pump and multi tool to go in my jersey pocket?

Something small, stylish, light and of course functional

Not fussed whether it is branded or not!

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by Musiker

I use a lezyne road drive mini. It works well, but its annoying that you have to screw on a hose. I would like one that works Well without the screw on hose.
So am also interested in what People prefer.
I also have a CO2 pump, but i must admit that i seldom bring it.because it limits the number of times i Can pump a tire.. (Never carry more than 2 cans of CO2).

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by jsinclair

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by Leviathan

I believe this is one of the lightest mini tools but of course no chain tool..

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by Tom-s

I'd recommend Lezyne for both.
I use the Lezyne SV10 multitool that does everything i need on the road and the mini pump works perfectly.

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by pawnii

the Topeak Micro Rocket Pump is the smallest and lightest i've found.
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by jipperd

The Lezyne Road drive M is the minipump I would advise. As for the multi tool I would suggest the Lezyne SV-7 or SV-10 (incl. chaintool)

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