Park Tool PMP4 mini pump review

Park Tool PMP4 mini pump
Cycling Weekly Verdict

We managed 60psi in 100 strokes before we began to find the handle too problematic under the forces required to keep pumping.

Reasons to buy
  • +

    Well engineered connector

Reasons to avoid
  • -

    Flimsy plunger and handle

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The PMP4's connector embodies all that we’ve come to expect from Park Tool — it feels like quality with a well engineered locking lever and is totally leak-free when it meets the valve.

At the other end, however, we were surprised to find that it was let down by the flimsy plunger and flip-out handle.

The latter in particular wanted to flip back inwards during use and graunch our knuckles on the top of the barrel.

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