Wrench Force Micro Mini Pump Pump Review

--
SHARES
  
AVERAGE RATING
***
3.17 out of 5
WHERE TO BUY    MSRP: $25
Loading...
Rider Questions
 

-2

Q: how does it work -Guest

No answers yet.

Answer

 
Members' Gear
 
Owner
owners
Top Rated Gear From Wrench Force
Wrench Force Big Bob
Wrench Force Spring Bike Stand
 


August 18, 2009
 
Pros: Very light and compact. Fits perfect on any type of valve.

Cons: Half of it is made of plastic, and plastic breaks easily. The plastic cap that holds the seal broke on mine just of the pressure of flipping the lever to adjust it to the valve, and i did not force it or misuse it in any way. Now, without it's seal, it's completely useless.

Recommendation: Very handy to carry with you on long trips. Elbow grease is not an issue if you get a flat tire miles away from any other source of air and the only other option is to walk your way back home. It's construction is very practical in means of size and weight, but NOT reliable at all in means of durability.

ReplyWas this helpful? Yes | No




August 4, 2009
 
Pros: It's simple and it works.

Cons: Can't buy a replacement frame clip. My wife tried getting on the bike and put her foot on the clip resting on the frame *snap* and it was history.

Recommendation: I'd say that every cyclist should carry one of these on their bike. I know I don't want to get stranded when I'm miles out from home. I would worry about fully inflating the tire if my arms looked like wiffle-ball bats... but yeah, it takes some elbow grease.

ReplyWas this helpful? Yes | No




April 23, 2009
 
Pros: Fits both presta and schrader without any adapters

Cons: Not too crazy about the mounting clip design, although it hasn't given me any problems yet.

Recommendation: All around good pump. BUT... they should have made it a double pump for more efficient filling speed.

ReplyWas this helpful? Yes | No




October 23, 2008
 
Pros: It's light and compact and very useful if you flat miles into a trail.

Cons: Takes a little elbow grease to pump beyond 50psi, for your tires on hybrid bikes or your crusier.

Recommendation: Fine for trail use in emergencies, but get yourself a floor pump for regular fills.

ReplyWas this helpful? Yes | No




September 27, 2008
 
Pros: Light & compact

Cons: Not that efficient

ReplyWas this helpful? Yes | No




April 26, 2008
 
Pros: small, light, fits both Presta, and Schraeder valves, compact...?

Cons: 1000 Pumps to inflate your tire, hard to get on the valve, dirt is an issue.

Recommendation: I bought the "Trek Flat Pack" and it came with this item. Sure this item is great if you get a flat tire in the middle of nowhere and you don't HAVE CO2!, but dang, if you have to pump until your arm is dead then it's almost not worth it, this is only a problem of course, if you can get the head onto the valve with the flat. And for gods sake if you don't keep this puppy clean, then dirt will get in, ruining the seal, also making it impossible to pump. By then what's the use of carrying this pump for? Sorry Wrench Force, but you failed me on this. (I've noticed that most micro/small pumps tend to have the same or similar problems.)

ReplyWas this helpful? Yes | No


Wrench Force Micro Mini Pump 3.17 out of 5 based on 6 ratings. 6 user reviews.