Specialized Air Tool Comp pump review

Cycling Weekly Verdict

It may not win any trackside kudos points for trick features, but with its bright fluoro paintjob, at least you’re unlikely to leave it there.

Reasons to buy
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    Parts available for rebuild

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    Easy to use

Reasons to avoid
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    No much

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If you’re after a straightforward, no frills piece of kit then this could be the pump for you.

The connector doesn’t have an air bleed but it’s very easy to use while the 385cc pump is super-efficient, taking just 17 strokes to inflate to an indicated 100psi.

The base is very stable and the gauge is large and very easy to read. Specialized says that it has recently improved the internals for increased durability but to be on the safe side, just about every component part is available should you need a rebuild.

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